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Fortune Resort Bay Island
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Reviewed December 7, 2009

I had cause to stay in this hotel for 4 nights whilst on business in South Andaman. I found it a very friendly establishment, and a superb location, enjoying pleasant sea breezes throughout the day. The staff were invariably courteous and obliging. I had a room with a sea view, clean and airy. The bathroom is not the last word in comfort, or style, but is adequate. As the hotel has no lifts, it would be most unsuitable for disabled travellers, but otherwise I would say it's an interesting building, with lovely gardens, and delightful views.

Stayed: November 2009, traveled on business
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Reviewed December 6, 2009

The hotel is one of the finest hotels in Andaman and Nicobar islands with excellent facilities. It is worth staying in this hotel when on a trip to Andaman. The hotel offers one of the finest range of food combinations and helps family to spend quality time

  • Stayed: February 2006, traveled with family
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Reviewed November 18, 2009

Except the name,tariff and the location,nothing are online with the FORTUNE standards.
The rooms are dressed in a local street side hotel style,the bath rooms are quite small and nothing to compare with the FORTUNE standards,we feel we have wasted money by staying here instead we may have stayed in some other roadside hotel.But the location of the resort is superb for which FORTUNE group can improve much much

  • Stayed: November 2009, traveled with friends
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Reviewed November 6, 2009

Large, clean airy rooms with a pretty balcony facing the sea, done up in minimalist style. The bathrooms are very tiny and dull as compared to the room itself.

The bathroom could have been cleaner; though when this was brought to the notice of the staff they were prompt in getting it cleaned.

The food is not upto the mark in terms of variety and taste.

The resort has a tiny salt water swimming pool and fitness centre.

For the price and brand (Welcome group of hotels) though, you'd expect a much better room and service. Nothing extraordinary about the resort. It is also located away from the places of interest; so it's not convenient in that sense either.

Definitely not value for money.

  • Stayed: May 2008, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 27, 2009

The trouble started at check in time. I had a confirmed reservation for a room with a sea view, but the front desk apparently knew nothing about it. I was not carrying a printed copy of my reservation, so it took a few phone calls and a wait of over 15 minutes before they finally were able to retrieve my booking. Annoying! I was then given a room with an apology of a sea view - not the 'full sea facing view' that was promised to me over the phone at the time of booking. The unhelpful reception staff claimed there were no other sea view rooms available, although it turned out later when I spoke to the supervisor the next day that there was another vacant room. The room I got was rather tired & worn out, desperately needed a bit of perking up. Ditto for the attached washroom and the balcony with the said 'sea view'. The so called swimming pool (an oversized tub would be a more honest description) had suspiciously greenish looking water, not quite the enchanting pool edge they have pictured on their website.

Mercifully, I was staying with the 'Fortune' for only two nights.

So why have I given them an OK rating & not Terrible? Because the friendliness of the restaurant staff made up for a lot. As also did the stunning view of the bay area of Port Blair from the terrace restaurant. The food was of passable quality.

The hotel also arranges private day trips through the Jarawa tribal reserve. I baulked at the stiff tariff (Rs9,000 per car for the day), but in retrospect, I am glad I took it up for what turned out to be a once in a life time opportunity to observe the Jarawa tribals in their own habitat. Awesome!

  • Stayed: February 2009, traveled solo
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