Area Attractions

As a guest in the ‘City of Joy’, discover fun places in Kolkata, explore local  cuisine, experience local art and culture. During your stay you can avail concierge services to explore the  city. 

Hyatt Regency Kolkata

JA-1 Sector III, Salt Lake City
Kolkata, West Bengal, India, 700106



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Hotel Activities

Yoga Classes

After a hectic and stressful day at work, through special yoga classes, guests can attain physical, mental and spiritual peace-YOGA, originated in ancient INDIA. Yoga in Indian traditions, which dates back to the Indus Valley Civilization, however, not only has physical exercises; but also has meditative and spiritual cores. The ultimate goal of Yoga is Moksha (liberation) of one’s soul which can be attained through proper principles and discipline. Hyatt Regency Kolkata hosts yoga classes from 7:30 am to 8:30 am on Tuesdays , Thursday and Saturdays. A uniquely designed, personalized yoga session can be arranged for guests with prior appointments.

Squash Court

Our squash court is open 9 a.m.–9 p.m. Rackets and balls can be rented and coaching is available by prior appointment. Squash is a racket and ball sport played by two or four players in a four-walled court with a small, hollow rubber ball. Players alternate striking the ball with their rackets onto the playable surfaces of the four walls of the court.

Tennis Court

Our hotel has an outdoor clay tennis court open from 8 a.m.–8 p.m. subject to weather conditions. A single player can come and play with a tennis marker on request, and rackets and balls can be rented at the counter. Tennis coaching is available by prior appointment. Children can attend the weekly tennis classes, where the trainers take personal care of each child.

Jogging Track

The perimeter of the hotel offers a 0.75-kilometre jogging track. The track offers lush green gardens, palm trees and a clean environment that is perfect for a morning stroll to awaken or an evening breath of fresh air.

Sports and Fun Activities

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Calcutta Race Course

12.8 KM
One of the largest race courses in the country built in the year 1820 and is maintained by the Royal Calcutta Turf Club. The racing season is from July to September and November to March. The races are usually held on Saturdays, and also on other public holidays. There is also a huge polo ground just adjacent to the race course which is considered to be the best in the country. Like other heritage landmarks of Kolkata, the racecourse too, plays a perfect reminder to the colonial era and opulence of the bygone times.

Salt Lake Stadium

2.1 KM
Witness one of the fiercest 100 years old rivalry in football match between Mohun Bagan and East Bengal at Yuba Bharati Krirangan- Salt Lake Stadium. This derby features in the FIFA's classic derby list. The matches witness large audience attendance and rivalry between patrons. It is considered to be one of, if not the biggest Asian footballing rivalry. The two clubs currently meet at least 3 times a year, twice in the I-League and once in the Calcutta Football League. Both teams have huge and dedicated fan bases around the world. Both clubs represent a specific class of Bengali people, Mohun Bagan represents people existing in the western part of Bengal, while East Bengal is primarily supported by people hailing from the eastern part of pre-independence Bengal province. This stadium is also the home of Athletico de Kolkata of Indian Super League.

Arts and Culture

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National Library

12.3 KM
Built in the Italian Renaissance style, this was formerly the residence of the British Viceroy. Established in 1936, it is now the biggest library in India, it boasts of a collection of more than 21,00,000 books including digitised books, maps, periodicals, manuscripts etc. The best part is that membership here is free of cost. There is a Rare Books Section and a Foreign Language Books Section.

Indian Museum

7.9 KM
The Imperial Museum at Calcutta in colonial era texts, is the ninth oldest museum of the world, oldest museum in India and the second largest museum in India, and has rare collections of antiques, armour and ornaments, fossils, skeletons, mummies and Mughal paintings. It was founded by the Asiatic Society of Bengal in Kolkata, India, in 1814. The founder curator was Nathaniel Wallich, a Danish botanist. In particular the art and archaeology sections hold collections of international importance.

Durga Puja

Durga Puja is an annual festival celebrated in September or October, most notably in Kolkata. It marks the ten-day worship of the Hindu mother-goddess Durga. The festival has also come to signify ‘home-coming’ or a seasonal return to one’s roots. Durga Puja is seen as the best instance of the public performance of religion and art, and as a thriving ground for collaborative artists and designers. The festival is characterized by large-scale installations and pavilions in urban areas, as well as by traditional Bengali drumming and veneration of the goddess. During the event, the divides of class, religion and ethnicities collapse as crowds of spectators walk around to admire the installations.

Historic Sites

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Howrah Bridge – Rabindra Setu

7.7 KM
Opened in 1943, this 2,590-metric-ton bridge, constructed of high tensile steel, is one of the busiest bridges in the world. Apart from the stormy weather of the Bay of Bengal region, it successfully bears the weight of daily traffic of approximately 80,000 vehicles and, possibly, more than 1,000,000 pedestrians. You can get a boat or a ferry, particularly in the evenings — the view is beautiful when the bridge is lit up. You can now party under the bridge as various Cruises lets you hire a boat for the entire night during which the cruise will pass under the bridge twice.

Belur Math

24.5 km
The headquarters of Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission are situated at an area named Belur in the district of Howrah, West Bengal, India. The entire campus of the headquarters is popularly known as ‘Belur Math’. Sprawling over forty acres of land on the western bank of the river Hooghly (Ganga), the place is an hour’s drive from Kolkata.

Victoria Memorial

10.8 KM
The Victoria Memorial is the most impressive reminder of the British Raj to be found in India. Commissioned by Lord Curzon, the then Viceroy of India, the white beauty gets its name since it was designed to commemorate the demise of Queen Victoria back in 1901. It’s said that the VM was built to rival the Taj Mahal. In winter, there’s also a sound and light open-air show that gives you a quick glance into Kolkata’s history. Covering four centuries in a matter of minutes, the newly-improved show is now a digital show with 3D projection on the building.

Prinsep Ghat

13.0 KM
A ghat built in 1841 during the British Raj, along the Kolkata bank of the Hooghly River in India. The Palladian porch in the memory of the eminent Anglo-Indian scholar and antiquary James Prinsep was designed by W. Fitzgerald and constructed in 1843. The monument to Prinsep is rich in Greek and Gothic inlays and one of the oldest recreational spots of Kolkata. It has illuminated and landscaped gardens and pathways, fountains, and renovated ghats. There is also a railway station named after the same along with a jetty nearby called the Man-O-War jetty that belongs to the Kolkata Port Trust and commemorates the role played by the port in the Second World War.

Nightlife and Entertainment

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Park Street

9.7 KM
Park Street remains Kolkata's foremost dining district, with many restaurants and pubs. It is often known as "Food Street" and "The Street that Never Sleeps". This area provides an apt experience to nightlife seekers as the place is bustling with high energy nightclubs to restaurants and rooftop pubs. ".

New Market

7.7 KM
New Market- Pretty designs, eye-catching knick-knacks and a riot of colours make Kolkata’s New Market a “must visit”. New Market was established by the British in the 1800s. There are over a thousand shops in seven blocks – from A to G. Everything is available at reasonable prices.

Mani Square

Mani Square is one of Kolkata’s retail and entertainment destinations. It is a “must visit” for a “global super mall” experience. Located on the E M Bypass Kolkata, it is a destination for all kinds of shopping and dining experiences. A high-class movie set up is the USP in the mall.

Quest Mall

8.2 KM
Quest Mall in Park Circus is where you need to head to for shopping, top things to do, events and best food. For top-end global luxury brands, this is the mall to hit up in Kolkata. Burberry, Canali, Gucci, Jimmy Choo, Michael Kors, Tumi, Rolex, Rosso Brunello, Thomas Pink (a London-based luxury clothing line), Emporio Armani, Coach, Gant, Bang & Olufsen - they are all here. Some top restaurants and bars of finest quality also features in this mall.

Family Activities

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Nicco Park

3.3 KM
The first theme amusement park in eastern India and has been established with the objective of providing wholesome family entertainment. The park is the Disneyland of West Bengal and has a variety of unusual games and attractions and an exciting open air “Food Park”. The best bowling alley of Kolkata- Super Bowl in Nicco Park has four bowling lanes, four pool tables, and one air hockey table, as well as a derby game. There are several other game options available here, including pool and air hockey. Wet-O-Wild is one of the most popular water parks of Kolkata in Nicco Park with exciting water rides and a 48-foot giant waterfall.