The Oberoi Grand, Kolkata (Culcutta)

The Oberoi Grand is a gracious building characterised by its Victorian architecture with interiors immaculately designed to reflect its grand, colonial past. Dating back to the mid 1800’s the hotel was often frequented with India’s leading dignitaries and royalty attending the finest events in eastern India. One of the earliest acquisitions by Raj Bahadur M.S Oberoi the hotel was soon recognized for its world class service and style.

One of Kolkata's finest hotels, it exudes charm and elegance in a wonderfully central location, close to the lively markets, cultural landmarks and business district. This true oasis, provides a feeling of calm in this otherwise bustling and beguiling city.

Personal butlers, luxury accommodation, private balconies overlooking the gardens are all part of the Oberoi appeal. Each room and suite has been tastefully furnished with beautiful upholstery, timeless colonial furnishings, all replete with all the latest mod cons. Most of the spacious suites have four poster beds and lovely old world mahogany finish throughout.

As a true Grand Dame of the city, the restaurants at The Oberoi Grand, are very well known throughout the city.  Authentic Thai cuisine is available at Baan Thai in its elegant setting.  Whereas Three Sixty Three offers international cuisine throughout the day with a focus on Bengali cuisine famous for its distinctive flavours and rich desserts.

Occupying its own separate wing within the hotel.  The Oberoi Spa and fitness centre offer a range of therapies in the tranquil surroundings, with views overlooking the palm fringed outdoor pool.

The Oberoi Grand is a perfect resting place in Kolkata and can be found in our Darjeeling – Sikkim itinerary.  This historic city is a true gem to uncover with a rich colonial history having been a significant hub within the British Empire.  Using The Oberoi Grand as an unrivalled base you can explore a wealth of treasures, from the Victoria Memorial, to the wonderful Maiden park, the imposing Kalighat Temple, Raj Bhavan – the once residence of the British Viceroy of India and the magnificent Indian Museum, only a moment away from the hotel.

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