Be Surrounded by Top Kolkata Attractions
A stay at the Park Plaza makes perfect sense for guests desiring easy access to all of Kolkata's most popular attractions, such as the Howrah Bridge, the Victoria Memorial, the Kali Temple and the Indian Museum. Located in the heart of the upscale Ballygunge area, our hotel puts you within minutes of shopping areas, entertainment opportunities and cultural destinations. Once known as Calcutta, this city keeps you on the go, and with easy access to nearby transportation services, you can find a way to do it all since the Howrah Railway Station is just 10 kilometres away and the Sealdah Railway Station is just five kilometres away. The Park Plaza is also just 23 kilometres from Kolkata International Airport (CCU) for guests travelling by air.
Don't miss these attractions:
- BBD Bagh, Dalhousie Square (7 km)
This complex was once the main centre of government administration, dating back to the time of British rule. It comprises the Writers Building, now the seat of power for the West Bengal government with exceptional architecture.
- Howrah Bridge (6 km)
Connecting Howrah and Kolkata, this famous landmark, a cantilever bridge 97 metres high and 705 metres long, is now one of the busiest bridges in the world.
- Kali Temple (3.1 km)
Join devotees of Durga at Kali Temple, also known as Kalighat and Kolkata’s most significant temple and an important pilgrimage centre. Tourists appreciate its beautiful grounds and tranquil energy. Note: Animal sacrifices are not uncommon here so the site may not be suitable for young children.
- Raj Bhavan (7 km)
This three-story building, circa 1805, serves as the residence of the Governor of West Bengal and was once a seat of British colonial power in India. The attraction hosts a variety of historical events as well.
- Victoria Memorial (4 km)
Tour the white-marble Victoria Memorial, built to commemorate Queen Victoria, the first Empress of India, set amidst beautiful gardens. The monument hosts a vast collection of remnants from the British Empire’s rule in India that documents the rich history of India.
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