Stay At These Kolkata Heritage Homes To Experience The Rich Bengali Culture At Its Best

by Suchismita Pal
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The city of joy, Kolkata is known for its rich culture, delectable cuisine, historic mansions, bustling streets and heartwarming people. While places like Victoria Memorial, Howrah Bridge and Dakshineshwar Kali Temple are most popular in Kolkata, the city has some ancient heritage homes too, which have now been converted into hotels. At these mansions, you can stay amid luxury in pure Bengali style and also relish highly delectable traditional dishes from the Bengali cuisine. Sounds amazing? Here are 5 such distinguished properties in Kolkata where you can relax with your family and friends:

1. LalBari, Kalighat

The century-old brick red bungalow will take you back to the old world of colonial India. LalBari had hosted personalities like Mahatma Gandhi, Indira Gandhi, Ravi Shankar and others in the past. Jawaharlal Nehru’s father, Motilal Nehru had also visited the place. The rooms have all the amenities like geyser, AC, LED TV and more. The Burma teak furnishings aggravate the antique aura of the rooms. Also, they welcome the guests with special LalBari’ postcards and bookmarks. Room rates at LalBari start at around

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2. BhubanBari, Maniktala

BhubanBari Heritage Home Stay is nestled in North Kolkata’s Maniktala, where Durga Pujo takes place in a grandiose manner every year. The rooms here have kitchenettes too, where guests can prepare their own meals. So, by staying here, you can even avoid outside food if you want to. Rooms rates at this property start at around

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3. Calcutta Bungalow, Fariapukur

A timeworn edifice in Fariapukur near Shyambazar dating back to 1926 has been renovated and converted into a boutique bread and breakfast hotel. Calcutta Bungalow strikingly blends the extravaganza of traditional Bengal with all the modern amenities. Kumartuli Is A Museum District Of Art In Kolkata

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To unwind amid one of the lavish suites of Calcutta Bungalow is like living life king-size for some hours. Rates of the rooms here start at ₹4,658/ night, including breakfasts. The bungalow is a quaint masterpiece of the modern era.

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4. Raajkutir Swabhumi, Phool Bagan

Swabhumi was once a popular place for hangout in Kolkata, with a wide array of shops selling chic jewellery, unique artworks, ethnic costumes and loads more. Often, Kolkatans used to take a walk around the magnificent compound after watching a movie at Inox Swabhumi, thanks to the exit gate leading to the Swabhumi complex. Raajkutir is not just one of the splendid hotels in Kolkata, it is kenned as one of the best luxury hotels in India too. Rooms start here at around ₹6000/night. Kolkata Has Its Own Mini China Town & Here’s Why You Must Visit This Exciting Place

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5. The Rajbari Bawali, Nodakhali

The Rajbari Bawali is in Nodakhali, a couple of hours drive from Kolkata. It offers special day-out packages that include zamindari thali lunch, evening tea, breakfasts and more. With a pool and a spacious lawn, this heritage home near Kolkata boasts of a spellbinding aristocratic design. It is surrounded by lush greenery and the area around it is also popular among hikers and cyclists. Rooms per night at The Rajbari Bawali start at around ₹8000. It was also the filming location of the popular Netflix movie, Bulbbul.

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So, ready to experience the ultimate bangaliyana, folks?

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