Ode to Grandeur

Regal and luxurious, ITC Royal Bengal, is a fitting tribute to the warmth and hospitality of the City of Joy and its aristocratic lineage

Luxury is often defined as a state of great comfort that comes from the finer things in life. Hotels are an embodiment of this spirit of luxury. From plush rooms to fine dining, from opulent banquet halls to decadent spa treatments, hotels woo their guests with luxurious services and state-of-the-art facilities. This is particularly true for ITC Royal Bengal – the newest addition to ITC properties in India. Situated in Kolkata, the City of Joy, ITC Royal Bengal is a massive edifice that exudes luxury, decadence and sophistication. Housing 456 rooms and suites, including 82 serviced apartments, this hotel is an ode to the city’s rich cultural heritage. Bringing alive the finest culinary experience, ITC Royal Bengal presents as many as five award-winning dining destinations. The 5,630-square-foot banqueting space is perfect for hosting social gatherings, commercial launches and power meetings. The hotel’s globally acclaimed Kaya Kalp Spa is ideal for spending a few tranquil hours as you dispense with jangled nerves under the healing hands of an expert masseuse.

LocationLocated at the heart of the business district of Kolkata, the hotel is a 40-minute drive from Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport. The IT hub of Salt Lake is also nearby and so is Rajarhat– the new satellite town of the city.
Luxury Living
Taking inspiration from the aristocratic homes of the country, the rooms in ITC Royal Bengal are a feast for the eyes. The hotel showcases 456 rooms and suites with 82 fully-serviced apartments, which come in four categories: The spacious 527-square-foot Towers Exclusive rooms exude warmth and tranquillity; ITC One comprises 730-square-foot rooms, which overlook a vast expanse of wetlands and are equipped with avant garde services and facilities. The 82 serviced apartments come in two categories– 1 and 2 bedroom apartments, and feature the quintessential ITC hospitality. The Presidential and Grand Presidential suites boast the finest Italian marble, timber floors, highly decorative high ceilings, state-of-the-art gym and elegantly designed furniture.
Fine Dining
Gourmands rejoice! ITC brings you the best of indigenous and international cuisines at five award-winning dining
destinations that provide both lavish buffet spreads and cosy a-la-carte options. The Grand Market Pavilion is inspired by the New Market and street food culture of Kolkata. With live counters and lavish buffet spreads, this multi-cuisine
destination is sure to satisfy even the most demanding of all food lovers. Royal Vega is a treat for the vegetarians, while Ottimo Cucina Italiana is a tribute to hearty Italian cuisine. The Darjeeling Lounge, featuring elements from the Northeast, serves the finest brews complemented with tasty finger foods and quick bites. The stylish Brass Room serves Tapas-inspired delicacies with the hotel’s signature collection of absinthe.

Power Meetings, Dream Weddings
With sophisticated state-of-the-art facilities and amenities, ITC Royal Bengal features superlative and unparalleled 5,630 square metres of banqueting space. The unique pillar-less Grand Ballroom is the ideal place for holding meetings, social gatherings, business summits, etc. Expansive spaces, multiple breakout rooms, sprawling lawns, a dedicated arrival lobby, reception-cum-pre-function areas are some of the highlights of the banqueting facilities provided by ITC. ITC Royal Bengal also hosts dream weddings. The hotel’s dedicated team takes care of all guests’ needs – from the décor to the theme to food selection. Customised menus for the families of the couple, a dedicated bridal room attached to the ballroom, access to VIP lounges, exclusive entry and exit points for guests and ample hassle-free parking space make for memorable weddings.

Wellness Quotient
No discussion on luxury can be complete without a note on the hotel’s award-winning spa. The spa features exclusive
wellness treatments, ensuring that you feel rejuvenated. Dive into the swimming pool, located at the 40th floor of the hotel, that gives a panoramic view of the city, or visit the gym, that features state-of-the-art equipment.

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