Area Attractions

As a guest in the ‘City of Joy’, discover fun places in Kolkata, explore bengli cuisine, experience local art and culture. To keep guests entertained during their stay at Hyatt Regency Kolkata, a variety of activities including sightseeing in Kolkata to fascinating monuments in Kolkata can be arranged through the concierge. Guest must visit to Architecture and Historical Sites and shop while in Kolkata.

Hyatt Regency Kolkata

JA-1 Sector III, Salt Lake City
Kolkata, West Bengal, India, 700 098

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Hotel Activities

Yoga Classses

After a hectic and stressful day at work, guests can attain physical, mental and spiritual peace through special yoga classes. Hyatt Regency Kolkata hosts yoga classes from 7:30 am to 8:30 am on Tuesdays and Saturdays. A uniquely designed, personalised yoga programme can be arranged for guests with prior appointments.

Squash Court

The in-house squash court is open from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm, and a marker player is available if required. Rackets and balls can be hired from the outlet. Coaching is available by appointment.

Tennis Court

The hotel has an outdoor clay tennis court that is open from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm, subject to weather conditions. A single player can come and play with a tennis marker on request. Tennis accessories such as rackets and balls can be hired 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 0.6 km jogging track.

Sports and Fun Activities

Royal Calcutta Golf Club

The first golf club in the world outside Britain. It was established in 1829 and is the oldest golf club in India. RCGC has an 18-hole golf course.

Calcutta Race Course

The Calcutta Race Course is one of the largest racecourses in the country and is maintained by the Royal Calcutta Turf Club. The racing season is from July to September and November to March.

Aquatica

Aquatica is an eight-acre water park located at Kochpukur, Rajarhat, and is one of the latest additions to Kolkata's hangouts. The theme park offers visitors a cool respite from the heat and grime of city life.

Arts and Culture

Academy of Fine Arts

The Academy of Fine Arts is one of the oldest and finest art societies in the country. It consists of an art gallery and a museum. The museum on the first floor has a priceless collection of objects d’art. The items on display include rare paintings by famous artists such as Rabindranath Tagore and Jamini Roy.

Birla Planetarium

The Birla is the biggest planetarium in South East Asia and one of the largest in the world. Regular astronomical shows are presented with commentaries in English, Hindi and Bengali. The central hall is air-conditioned and can accommodate 500 spectators at a time.

Indian Museum

Built in 1875 in Italian architecture, this museum is the largest in India and the oldest in Asia. There are 40 major galleries in 6 different sections: art, archaeology, anthropology, geology, zoology and industry. The Prehistoric Gallery houses the original bones of Buddha.

National Library

Built in the Italian Renaissance style, this was formerly the residence of the British Viceroy. It is now the biggest library in India, with more than 2,270,000 books from all over the world. There is a Rare Books Section and a Foreign Language Books Section.

Historic Sites

Howrah Bridge – Rabindra Setu

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.

Second Hooghly Bridge – Vidyasagar Setu

Vidyasagar Setu, also known as the Second Hooghly Bridge, is a bridge over the Hooghly River in West Bengal, India. It links the city of Howrah to its twin city of Kolkata.

Victoria Memorial

The Victoria Memorial is the most impressive reminder of the British Raj to be found in India. Built in 1921 in memory of Queen Victoria, it is considered one of India’s most beautiful monumental legacies and a storehouse of treasures.

Calcutta University

The Court of Directors of the East India Company sent a dispatch in July 1854 to the Governor-General of India in Council, suggesting the establishment of the Universities of Calcutta, Madras and Bombay.

Nightlife and Entertainment

Park Street

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".

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.

Swabhumi

Swabhumi is a unique six-acre park showcasing the culture and heritage of India with interesting restaurants, ethnic shopping, social and cultural events.

Family Activities

Nicco Park

Nicco Park is 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”.

Science City

Science City provides edutainment for the complete family. It covers every aspect of science and technology and has interactive exhibits. There is also a designated picnic area.

Zoological Garden

Established in 1875, and spread over nearly 100 acres in the heart of Kolkata, is the Zoological Garden. Inaugurated by the Prince of Wales in 1876, it is one of the oldest and largest zoos in India.

Indian Botanical Garden

The garden was originally founded in 1786 by Colonel Kyd and contains about 12,000 living plants and over 2.5 million dried plant specimens in the herbarium that have been collected from all over the world. This is the oldest of all the botanical gardens in India.