The erstwhile capital of colonial India, Kolkata is a thriving city famous for its culture, cuisine and historical monuments. Often referred to as the City of Joy, it is also known for its unique ‘adda’, a freestyle exchange of socio political ideas and intellectual debate that is enthusiastically engaged in, in public spaces over a cup of steaming chai.
Fondly referred to as the Grand Dame of Chowringhee, The Oberoi Grand has been an icon on the landscape of Kolkata for more than a century; with a reputation for taking care of its guests like no other.
The sense of calm that pervades the outdoor space is carried into the classically appointed rooms and suites that encircle the courtyard. Fine dining spaces, grand banqueting venues, a business centre and a spa ensure that all your needs are covered.
The Oberoi Grand, 15 Jawaharlal Nehru Road, Kolkata 700013, India
Netaji Subash Chandra Bose Airport
Kolkata, the capital city of the state of West Bengal, is a thriving port city that presents a daily festival of human existence. It also serves as an important gateway to the Eastern and North Eastern regions of India.
The Oberoi Grand is located in the central business district of Chowringhee, near many popular cultural landmarks and shopping destinations.
Our rooms and suites have been thoughtfully designed for business and leisure travellers to Kolkata; with classic furnishings, heritage style design features, modern technologies and 24 hour services.
Choose from our all day international fine dining restaurant,
Thai speciality dining space or our elegant bar.
threesixtythree° is our fashionable all day dining restaurant. It offers specially curated world cuisines that include European, Asian, Indian and Japanese, pizzas cooked live in a wood fired oven, handcrafted single origin chocolate desserts and cold pressed juices. Culinary highlights include grand buffet breakfasts, world cuisine lunches and lavish Sunday brunches, as well as a specialist Japanese...
The Bar at threesixtythree° is the most fashionable space in the city to relax over a drink with friends or business associates. The menu features premium international beverages, signature cocktails made with a Bengali twist, fine wines, rare single malts and carefully matched eclectic snacks. Step in for a memorable evening served to perfection with the warmth and sincerity that is distinctly Oberoi. Dress...
At Baan Thai, we aim to source our ingredients directly from the country of origin, so that you can enjoy an authentic Thai culinary experience in a space that has all the ambience of a fine dining restaurant in Thailand. With hand carved statues, wooden masks and artefacts, as well as a life sized Buddha to bestow you with auspicious blessings as you enter. You can take a seat in the main dining room...
Personalised treatments at The Oberoi Spa. Time out for yourself in the fitness centre and swimming pool.
The Oberoi Spa At The Oberoi Spa, therapists well versed in the art of imparting wellness will guide you through elevating experiences that result in reduced stress, skin revitalisation and relaxation; holistic treatments that include Aromatherapy, Eastern, Western and signature Oberoi massage.
Swimming Pool The centrepiece of our quadrant garden. Our temperature controlled pool is surrounded by royal palm trees, sun loungers and private dining tables.
Fitness Centre Equipped with a range of cardiovascular and weight machines and supervised by a certified fitness trainer. Treadmills and cycle machines are fitted with personal televisions.
From heritage walks to relaxing spa treatments, culinary discoveries and activities for your little ones.
Take your pick from our carefully designed Oberoi experiences.
A must do tour of Kolkata for first time or seasoned visitors to the city. Starting from The Great Eastern Hotel, the guided tour takes in original British architecture, churches, government offices and the mysterious Black Hole. With an optional extra visit to The Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation and the High Court. Timing Starts at 06:30am.
Fall off the tourist map with this guided tour of Kolkata’s less visited quarters. From Bow Barracks to the Zoroastrian Fire Temple, Old Chinatown and more. Discover the various communities and vibrant cultures that bring life to this exciting city. Timing Starts at 06:30am.
Let us take you on a journey through Bengali cuisine. A style known for its complex flavours, delicious confectioneries and desserts; the only Indian cuisine analogous in structure to the classic a la russe style, where food is served course wise rather than all at once. Under the expert guidance of an Oberoi chef, you can learn how to discern blends of spices and recreate authentic tastes yourself. Timing ...
A tour of the Indian subcontinent’s vineyards through its wines. Learn about our indigenous grapes, how to discern bouquets and choose wines to suit different cuisines. If you are a budding sommelier, our in-house wine specialist will help cultivate the expert in you. Timing 3.00pm to 5.00pm every day.
A few more good reasons for you to stay with us.
From parks to palaces, historic architecture, churches, museums and more. Kolkata has something for everyone.
Victoria Memorial Hall is a tremendous 103 metres long, 56 metres high and is topped by a 5 metre tall bronze statue of Victory, which rotates in the wind. Fondly known as “The Pride of Kolkata”, it is a magnificent sight framed by vast, beautiful gardens. Spectacular on the outside, it also houses an impressive collection of weapons, maps, coins, stamps, artefacts and textiles, as well as portraits of Queen Victoria, Prince Albert and Indian freedom fighters.
Kolkata’s iconic cantilever bridge is a feat of engineering, with a suspended span of 457 metres and a total length of 705 metres between the banks of the Hooghly River. Built in 1943 to replace a pontoon bridge at the same location, the Howrah Bridge is the oldest bridge in Kolkata and the busiest cantilever bridge in the world; carrying an estimated 100,000 motor vehicles and 150,000 pedestrians each day.
This is the largest cathedral in Kolkata. Built in 1847 for the ever increasing numbers of European Anglicans in the city at that time, St. Paul’s is a fantastic example of Indo-Gothic architecture; a gothic style that was adapted to suit the climactic conditions of Kolkata. It was originally funded by ten pieces of silver sent by Queen Victoria and has been rebuilt twice, for somewhat more than ten pieces of silver, after suffering extensive earthquake damage. St. Paul’s Cathedral boasts a library of some 8,000 texts. Church services are held there regularly and Christmas service is highly recommended.
The Indian Museum is the earliest and largest museum in the Asia-Pacific region. It was originally conceived of by the members of the Asiatic Society as far back as 1796, as a repository for artefacts and as a centre for the dissemination of knowledge. The idea was deliberated until 1814, when the foundation stone was finally laid. As well as its rare collections of antiques, armour, ornaments, fabrics and paintings, The Indian Museum houses vast numbers of fossils and examples of taxidermy, tremendous skeletons and mummies.
For which we thank our guests and our people.