Meetings at The Oberoi Grand, Kolkata
A 24 hour business centre fully equipped with modern facilities includes a meeting room, secretarial and courier services, photocopier, fax, PC, Internet, email and document binding.
The spectacular Ballroom at The Oberoi Grand is ideal for large conferences and receptions and accommodates up to 600. Three meeting rooms, including a board room, are suitable for smaller business gatherings and seminars. The hotel offers a satellite teleconferencing facility.
All guest rooms feature dual line direct dialling with dataport and voicemail, and an executive workdesk. Deluxe rooms have a dedicated fax machine
- 32" LCD TV
- DVD Player
- Satellite television
- Wired & wireless broadband internet access
- Electronic safe
- Dual line telephones with voice mail
- Personal bar
- A well appointed bathroom with a basket of Ayurvedic toiletries
Supposedly the British Raj's answer to Agra's Taj Mahal, this imposing edifice contains a collection of Victorian memorabilia, including Queen Victoria's Piano.
This enormous park forms the 'lungs' of Kolkata, and offers a fascinating ongoing pageant of the city's life. Nearby is the old British fort, Fort William. Also nearby is the 48-meter high Ochterlony Monument.
An important temple to Kali, the goddess from whom Kolkata supposedly takes its name.
This was once the residence of the British Viceroy in India. Not far away are other fine examples of Raj architecture: the Town Hall, Writers' Building (the old East India Company office) and St. John's Church. Also not far away is the South Park Street Cemetery, with its poignant old tombs and inscriptions.
Perhaps one of the finest museums in Asia, with an excellent collection of art, as well as fossils and meteorites.
University founded by Rabindranath Tagore with a unique educational experience.
The Museum and the art gallery have crafts centres and students at the university have their studies in the complex and welcome visitors interested in their works.
AIR: All the four major cities- New Delhi, Mumbai, Calcutta and Chennai have direct international air connections. Domestic airlines operate between cities. And, the domestic carrier, Indian Airlines, flies into the neighbouring countries.
SEA: Mumbai, which used to be the main point of entry into India, still receives sea travellers via passenger ships and freighters.
ROAD: Overland, there are several points of entry into India. For up-to-date information on border crossing-points, contact Indian overseas missions or government tourist information offices.
Meeting Rooms and Floor Plans
L x B x H
|Theatre||Classroom||U–shape||Sit Down||Board Room||Cocktails|
|Ballroom||108 x 60 x 19||600||250||120||300||-||600|
|Burdwan Suite||41 x 25 x 12.5||75||35||35||50||30||75|
|Cooch Behar Suite||41 x 25 x 12.5||75||35||35||50||30||75|
|Board Room||16 x 20 x 12.5||-||-||10||-||10||-|
|Burdwan Coochbehar Suites||41 x 50 x 12.5||150||80||80||80||50||125|