17 Garcha, 1st Lane
Kolkata  West Bengal  700019  India
LAT: 22.572646 LONG: 88.363894
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Experience Five-star Luxury at the Park Plaza Hotel Kolkata

With its luxurious amenities and its exceptional location in south Kolkata (previously known as Calcutta), the Park Plaza Hotel Kolkata Ballygunge is ideal for your upcoming visit. This premier business hotel is situated in the upscale Ballygunge area, just 10 kilometres from the Howrah Railway Station, five kilometres from the Sealdah Railway Station and 23 kilometres from the Kolkata International Airport. Here, you will enjoy easy access to local attractions like the Howrah Bridge, Kali Temple, the Indian Museum and the beautiful St. Paul’s Cathedral. In addition, Park Plaza boasts an innovative blend of contemporary design and upscale comfort, with on-site dining, valet parking, a full Fitness Centre with spa, an infinity pool and 1,375 square metres of banqueting facilities. Make your reservation online at this luxury hotel in Kolkata today.

Park Plaza Kolkata Ballygunge

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Wed 22 Oct 2014 to Thu 23 Oct 2014
From INR 4,000.00 per night
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Explore Attractions near This Ballygunge Hotel in Kolkata

With its unbeatable location in the upscale area of Ballygunge, this hotel in Kolkata (previously known as Calcutta) offers convenient access to the best attractions in the area. During your stay, you can easily visit the Howrah Bridge, the Victoria Memorial, the Kali Temple and the Indian Museum, as well as numerous cultural centres, premium shopping destinations and top entertainment options. In addition, the Park Plaza Hotel Kolkata Ballygunge is just 10 kilometres from the Howrah Railway Station, five kilometres from the Sealdah Railway Station and 23 kilometres from Kolkata International Airport, making transportation hassle free.

The Park Plaza is close to the following Kolkata attractions:

  • BBD Bagh, Dalhousie Square (7 km)
    Dating back to the time of British rule, this complex was once the main centre of government administration. The Writers Building is now seat of power for the West Bengal government.
  • Howrah Bridge (6 km)
    One of the most famous landmarks in Kolkata, Howrah Bridge connects Howrah and Kolkata. This cantilever bridge is 97 metres high, 705 metres long and is now one of the busiest bridges in the world.
  • Kali Temple (3.1 km)
    Also known as Kalighat, this is Kolkata’s most significant temple and an important pilgrimage centre for devotees of Durga. Its beautiful grounds and tranquil energy make it a delight even for non-believers. Note: animal sacrifices are not uncommon here—the temple may not be suitable for young children.
  • Raj Bhavan (7 km)
    Built in 1805, this three-storey building serves as the residence of the Governor of West Bengal and was once a seat of British colonial power in India.
  • Victoria Memorial (4 km)
    Victoria Memorial was built to commemorate Queen Victoria, the first Empress of India. The monument hosts a vast collection of remnants from the British Empire’s rule in India. Tour this white-marble memorial, which is set amidst beautiful gardens, and explore the history of India.