Green Inn

17, Rafi Ahmed Kidwai Road, Kolkata (Calcutta), West Bengal, 700013, India
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mbd airport hotel

by AnnPuddu

does anybody know anything about this hotel out near the airport? would like to book a night before my flight and it seems to be the only decent hotel in that area? thanx...

Re: mbd airport hotel

by ashisharyan

hey i am from calcutta itslef well i havent heard of an hotel called mbd airport hotel...but i would ask u to stay in hotel ashoka as it is a 2 minute journey or a 5 minute walking distance from the airport its a nice hotel to spend the nite in..may be a little expensive....

and yes if u wuld like to see calcutta or mother teresa place...u can call me on +919830657585
ashish

enjy the jouney...

Re: mbd airport hotel

by AnnPuddu

have been trying to locate this ashoka hotel, which seems to be an alternative name for mbd hotel. are they actually open for business now? heard they were renovating but supposed to be completed by 2005. do you have any info? thanks

Re: mbd airport hotel

by ashisharyan

well the place is open for business and they have got the hotel renovated...enjy the stay...

Re: mbd airport hotel

by Kumarjit

Hi! Came across your query today. As a frequent air traveller, I have to use the CCU airport numerous times a year. The MBD Airport Hotel is located adjacent to the airport, infact, very close to it. It's popularly known as the Airport Hotel. Mind it, the Kolkata(CCU) airport is located 25 kilometres from the city centre as is a little far from the heart of Kolkata's urban life. So, keeping that in mind, the Airport Hotel was constructed not long back, as certain tourists need to spend a night in the airport for their connecting flight to the other places.
The hotel is a decent one, with sauna, jaccuzi, good room service and good cuisine on the menu. Tariff for a night's stay would be around USD 110.
I wish you a pleasant stop-over at Kolkata and a happy onward journey.
Regards
Kumarjit.

Re: mbd airport hotel

by klmcfadden

Did you ever find a reservations number or email? I need a reservation for November 25th for one night only?

Re: mbd airport hotel

by Kumarjit

Oops! Being a localite from Kolkata, I hardly ever stay in hotels in the city, especially, the Airport Hotel being a bit far from the city centre, I do not include it in the list of star hatels that I visit for fine dining too!
However, don't get disheartened. You can contact the Kolkata Airport Director for help, perhaps, he has the number with him. Even if he doesn't, he can provide it to you without any problem. But, these days, the security is very tight at all Indian Airports, especially in the four metros. So, as you'll be contacting the airport director, I request you to be polite and genuine in your queries.
Here are the contact details:
The NSCB International Airport, CCU, Kolkata.
The Airport Director.
Phone: +913325119977
Fax: +913325119266
E-mail: airport@giasc101.vsnl.net.in

Do not hesitate to send me a mail for any further queries.
Regards
Kumarjit.

Travel Tips for Kolkata (Calcutta)

Ghats

by Willettsworld

The area around the Howrah Bridge is home to a few sacred ghats known as Fairlie Ghat, Babu Ghat and Nimtala Ghat. Each morning and evening, devotees bathe and make offerings at the ghats along the Hooghly River.

Beth El Synagogue

by goutammitra

Beth El Synagogue, constructed in 1850-1856 by the famous Ezra family of Kolkata. The Ezra family led by Joseph Ezra left Baghdad ( Iraq) after the ruler King Daud Pasha ordered his forces to go after the Jews of Baghdad and Iran. There was a mass exodus of Jews from Iran and Iraq in the mid of 19th Century. Many of them settled in Calcutta, making it their home. Soon they found Calcutta was the right place for business and they grew their buisness in real estate ( Ezra family), Jute and gunny trade, salt trade and so on. The reign of the Ezras infused life into Jewish construction activities in Calcutta. Together with the setting up of the Ezra Hospital and the Ezra Benevolent Fund the city’s three Jew Synagogues were also engineered. Beth El was considered the most imposing synagogue in the East when it was built in 1850. The Maghen David (the last synagogue) indeed reshaped the city’s skyline at the close of the 19th century. Architecturally Italian, the towering floral-carved pillars of the Maghen were shipped from Paris by the Ezras.

The city of Kolkata has a road after Ezras in BBD Bagh ( next to my office at BBD Bagh, opp Tea Board). This Synagogue is located at Pollock Street, off Ezra Street. But the condition of Pollock is pathetic, with roadside eating places, open urinals, encroachments, in none word the narrow street has become narrower and very very dirty.
I request all my Jew friends to write to The Chief Minister and Mayor of Kolkata as how they can avoid their responsibility just by declaring the place as protected when the next door St Andrew's Church (opp.Writer's Building, where Chief Minister has his office) is fully renovated, properly lit, cleaned and declared as Heritage sight of Kolkata ( see picture)

Metro

by Rupanworld

Calcutta does not have a very wide metro network but the single line from Dum Dum to Tollygunge is well maintained and everyday millions of people commute by them. During office hours there is huge rush, but during the rest of the day, the journey is comfortable. metro trains are generally on schedule and are clean.

Please taste the sumptuous Chinese Delicacies

by Kumarjit about Mainland China

The Mainland China chain of restaurants are among the best in the country. Established by a Bengali, who is a non- residential Indian, it has become one of the best Chinese outlets in the city serving authentic Chinese food. You can choose anything from Hunan to Szechwan to Mongolian. The restaurant is a big one and is very clean and efficient. You are sure to have a wonderful experience. At Mainland China I like Hunan Chicken. It is so authentic and delightful that you will ask for more. However, all Hunan dishes are light and I won't recommend this dish for those who like spicy cuisine. If you like spicy food, go for Szechwan dishes.

Tandoor Delight-3!!!!

by goutammitra about Fast Bite.

We also had Mutton Tikka kebab at this place. Made of tender Lamb meat. The process is same, taste is same with different kind of meat. I want to tell you that Tandoor food is an Indian speciality and and it a traditional thing. It cannot be explained then tried at home. But the process originated from Central Asia, travelled with The Mughals to India. Over the years it is perfected. the beauty of the food is getting the mastery of marination and coocking over slow fire. Once it is learnt it can give you delight. We have tried it at home with Electric Oven, OTG even Microwave but could never obtain the taste. It can be only obtained with SLOW CHARCOAL FIRE!!!! That's the secret. Mutton Tikka Kebab: process same as Chicken Tikka kebab.

I am also putting the picture of the crew who makes it possible. Please dont' go by their looks, they are wonderful cooks. They cook about 300Kgs of Chicken everyday!!!

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