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The Park Kolkata - Kolkata Hotels

The Park Kolkata

17 Park Street, Kolkata - Map
3.2 out of 5 (71 reviews)
Monotel Luxury Business Hotel - Kolkata Hotels

Monotel Luxury Business Hotel

DM-2, Salt Lake, Sector-V, Kolkata - Map
4.1 out of 5 (37 reviews)
The LaLiT Great Eastern Kolkata - Kolkata Hotels

The LaLiT Great Eastern Kolkata

1,2, 3, Old Court House Street, Kolkata - Map
4.5 out of 5 (54 reviews)
Swissotel Kolkata - Kolkata Hotels

Swissotel Kolkata

City Center New Town, Kolkata - Map
4.6 out of 5 (79 reviews)
Swissôtel Kolkata, is a contemporary deluxe hotel located in New Town, one of Kolkata’s fastest-growing new areas. Offering …More
Taj Bengal - Kolkata Hotels

Taj Bengal

34 B Belvedere Road Alipore, Kolkata - Map
4.5 out of 5 (82 reviews)
Hyatt Regency Kolkata - Kolkata Hotels

Hyatt Regency Kolkata

JA 1, Sector 3, Kolkata - Map
4.5 out of 5 (110 reviews)
Located in the business district of Salt Lake City (Bidhan Nagar), this hotel is within 11 km of both downtown Kolkata and …More
OYO Rooms Salt Lake Nicco Park - Kolkata Hotels

OYO Rooms Salt Lake Nicco Park

M-147, Sector-4, Salt Lake, Kolkata - Map
The Oberoi Grand, Kolkata - Kolkata Hotels

The Oberoi Grand, Kolkata

15 Jawaharlal Nehru Road, Kolkata - Map
4.7 out of 5 (184 reviews)
The Peerless Inn - Kolkata - Kolkata Hotels

The Peerless Inn - Kolkata

12 Jawaharlal Nehru Road, Kolkata - Map
3.8 out of 5 (92 reviews)
This city-center hotel is located two km (less than two miles) from the Victoria Memorial. Guestrooms offer satellite TVs …More
Hotel Kempton - Kolkata Hotels

Hotel Kempton

3, Marquis Street, Kolkata - Map
3.5 out of 5 (93 reviews)

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    Accommodation In Kolkata

    Being ranked third in population and economic output behind Mumbai and Delhi is quite a feat, but locals prefer to call Kolkata the cultural and intellectual capital of India, and that bodes well for curious globetrotters. So many have fallen in love with India, and Kolkata, also known as Calcutta, is the perfect place to visit to discover the country’s charms and beauty. The Second World War and a famine were not kind to the city during the mid-20th century, but it has since sprung back. Use one of the Kolkata hotels on our list and you’ll be able to explore every corner, every sight and every rich way of life.

    One of the best times to visit the city is during the winter months from November to February when both rainfall and temperatures are at their lowest. This is when activities like a walk along the Hooghly River waterfront (the Prinsep Ghat stretch is especially beautiful), a round of golf at one of Kolkata’s great courses, or exploring the Esplanade are easiest and pleasant. You can also ride a rickshaw without fear of getting drenched! Crowded buses, an ancient tram system, trains and river ferries all offer additional ways to get around Kolkata that will have pride and place among your India travel memories.

    If you aren’t a foodie already, this city will turn you into one. The Esplanade is home to restaurants over a century old, and locals wield foreign cooking prowess that rivals the best in the business. English bakeries, pizzerias and Chinese-Indian fusion will leave you thoroughly satiated – but make sure you leave some room for the famous Bengali sweets!

    The experience you get wandering around Kolkata has dramatics shifts as you move from area to area, and all are worth a look. The Esplanade is the centre of activity and has beautiful old buildings that have a more ornate European style than other parts of India. In North Kolkata you’ll see the historic and cultural architecture really come into its own. Parashnath Jain Temple impresses even seasoned travellers and the curious grounds of Marble Palace act like a cluttered museum giving insight into opulent 19th century living, including a functioning mini zoo with exotic birds.

    East Kolkata is where the new city is growing. IT businesses and large malls dot the area along with two amusement parks. If you’re travelling with kids or simply have an inner child that needs attention, this is the place to frolic in between the real Kolkata sightseeing.

    Many festivals find their place here throughout the year, but you can’t miss Durga Puja if you travel to Kolkata around September or October. This five-day Hindu event is the biggest in Bengali and here you’ll see men switch from western dress into traditional outfits and thousands of pandals (shrines to the Goddess Durga) vying for attention throughout the city. There is so much activity in the streets that police presence is ramped up just for the occasion.

    So wot are you waiting for? We’ve barely scratched the surface of what a trip to Kolkata is all about. Book accommodation to fit your tastes, check out our Kolkata flights and see for yourself!