Hyatt Regency Kolkata

Address: JA-1 Sector III, Kolkata (Calcutta), West Bengal, 700098, India | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on JA-1 Sector III, Kolkata (Calcutta), is near Mandarmani Beach, New Market, Digha Beach, and St. John's Church.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHyatt Regency Kolkata Kolkata (Calcutta)

    Reviewed by chinois_gal

    Good environment

    Reviewed Sep 27, 2012
    by (5 reviews) Bangkok , Thailand Flag of Thailand

    It might far from the travel spot but I can feel the calm and peace after long tiring day

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by rightcomputer arranges your computer stoppage

    Reviewed Sep 22, 2011
    by (2 reviews) , India Flag of India

    Stop by now, but with a reason. While checking out details of the computer brand, you check out feature specifications first. It's the brand exhibition that this shopping concern has arranged for computers, and is your entry pass.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hyatt Regency Kolkata Kolkata (Calcutta)

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Kolkata (Calcutta)

    Misti Kolkata

    A travel blog entry by dhruti.sawant on Dec 25, 2014

    8 photos

    It took almost forty eight hours to finally reach the Kolkata train station which otherwise takes only eighteen hours. No wonder I could book the train ticket even at last minute because you have to be hopeless to consider this option however I have no regrets because I made wonderful friends. At first, I met a few friendly ladies that got off the next day and late night as I was sleeping I heard murmur of a couple on the adjacent berth. I got up in the morning ...

    I have a motto from my bathroom at home...

    A travel blog entry by puchala on Dec 04, 2014

    3 comments, 12 photos

    ... I had to get to the streets to find a vendor for a SIM card so I would have phone service in India. You need passport pictures, copies of your home address, copies of your passport, tourist visa and proof of where you are staying in India. I got some vendor names and directions from the front desk staff and was on my way. The safe in the hotel room and the air-conditioner are not working in our hotel but so far all else is good. We have ceiling fans and a plug ...

    Millennium Park on the banks of River Huguli

    A travel blog entry by umakant on Nov 26, 2014

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    Kolkata - India's Cultural Capital

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Feb 12, 2014

    107 photos

    ... capital of India.

    Kolkata's become synonymous in modern times with squalor, poverty, and decay and is famous as the location of Mother Theresa's ministries to help the poor. Kolkata's unique poverty dates mostly to the 20th century, though, and the partition of British India into Hindu India and Muslim Pakistan. Bengali-speaking regions were also split on religious lines in the late 1940s and millions of Hindu refugees streamed into ...

    Kolkata (Calcutta)

    A travel blog entry by porkchopjim on Oct 21, 2013


    ... had got this all wrong. I knew Kolkata as one of the most overpopulated places in India, supposedly riddled with poverty and here we were and we might as well been in England with all these sights. We stepped out the airport and that's where everything changed and our 3 days journey of utter madness began. We were greeted by a skinny, smart/casually dressed Indian man with a moustache. Naturally. He had a big smile across his face. It's become quite apparent that taxi drivers ...