Fondly known as the Grand Dame of Kolkata, The Oberoi Grand is situated in a prime location, unrivalled by other luxury hotels in Kolkata, near the central business district, bustling markets and cultural landmarks of the city. Dating back to the late 1880s, The Oberoi Grand, Kolkata was frequented by the country's leading figures during colonial times and even now, hosts grand functions for Heads of State in the city's largest pillarless Grand Ballroom.<
Guests looking for a luxury dining restaurant in Kolkata can choose between our award winning, authentic Thai restaurant, our all day dining space and our colonial style bar. Branching off the hotel's naturally lit walkway, each restaurant is tastefully decorated, offers unparalleled fine dining and matchless service.
The Oberoi Spa in Kolkata is open until late and offers a wide range of Eastern, Western and signature Oberoi treatments. Situated in a separate, colonial style wing of the hotel, it is a wonderful place to relax and unwind after a fulfilling day doing business or sightseeing in the City of Joy.
The Oberoi Grand, Kolkata was the first hotel to be acquired by Rai Bahadur M.S. Oberoi, founder of The Oberoi Group. Under his ownership, it became known for its classic style and modern facilities; traditions we uphold.
We offer all guests complimentary access to high speed Internet for up to four devices. Guests who book in advance and directly with us can also enjoy special rates, exclusive privileges and hotel offers. We would be happy to take care of any business requirements or ensure a relaxing holiday with loved ones. Our hotel offers are designed to ensure an unforgettable Oberoi experience.
Situated near the central business district, bustling markets and cultural landmarks.
Over 13,000 square feet (1,208 square metres) of banqueting space and the largest pillarless ballroom in the city.
The Oberoi Grand lobby is known for its more than century old wooden handmade piano and grand chandelier.
Kolkata has many historical landmarks - from the Victoria Memorial to Tagore House, The Indian Museum to Mother Teresa's memorial. Pick up some artefacts at Kumartuli colony, or capture the colonial ambience at the Marble Palace.
Kolkata's international airport is 22 kilometres, or 45 minutes, from The Oberoi Grand. It has regular connections to Delhi and Mumbai. Kolkata is also well connected with countries in Middle East and South East Asia. .