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Where to stay in Kolkata
Formerly known as Calcutta, Kolkata is the capital of India’s West Bengal state and a gloriously colorful cocktail of sights, sounds and smells.
Today visitors flock to India’s former British capital to discover its galleries, cultural festivals and colonial architecture, to pay their respects at Mother House, home of the tomb of the late Mother Teresa, and to enjoy a taste of Kolkata’s famous Bengali cuisine.
Rubbing shoulders with the city’s aging colonial buildings are a host of modern day hotels ready to cater for all types of visitors. The area in and around the center is the perfect location for a visit but Kolkata’s public transport system will keep you in touch with the rest of the city no matter where you decide to stay. Kolkata was the first city in South Asia to have an underground railway system, while its slow-but-reliable tram system, auto-rickshaws and taxis will all keep you on the go – although be prepared for delays as the various vehicles and sheer volume of pedestrians can make roads quite chaotic although car rental in Kolkata is available.
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Hotels in Kolkata
Located close to the bustling Park Street and Chowringhee in the commercial heart of Kolkata City, the elegant Oberoi Grand is just 3 km from the nearest railway station and 22 km from Kolkata Airport. As expected from this five-star hotel, the service is personalised and efficient, while the rooms are comfortable, the recreation facilities extensive and the dining options sumptuous.
The 235-room Hyatt Regency offers well-appointed rooms just 500m from Swabhumi Heritage Park and within 4 km of cine-plexes and shopping malls. Located 11km from the center of Kolkata, the hotel also offers a well-equipped gym, a spa, sports courts and a landscaped outdoor swimming pool. The dining facilities available to guests include the Waterside Café, an Indian restaurant and an Italian kitchen and bar.
The Park Palace is a budget hotel in a prime location within walking distance of public transport stops and 20 km from Kolkata Airport. All rooms are air conditioned with double bed accommodation, while guests can enjoy a wide variety of cuisines including Chinese, continental, and South and North Indian dishes.
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Capital of West Bengal, with lots of old English colonial buildings all over the city.
Park Street is the most happening part of Kolkata. With an array of the best food outlets to the new 42 storeyed building the place has it’s own charm. The Oxford Bookstore, Kwality restaurant, Flurys, Barbeque Nation are the must visits.
There for business,the place is lush green and full of different variety of food.
City with a heart and soul. One of the most friendliest city and busy and biggest city in India. A city with rich history and cultural importance. Largest and most important city in East of India