The Peerless Inn, Kolkata

Getting there

By Air
Kolkata remains the hub of air communications between the northeastern region of India and the rest of the country. Indian Airlines, Jet Airways and Other Airlines operate regular flights to all major cities. Kolkata is also an international Airport of growing importance. Netaji Subash Chandra Bose Airport is located at Dum Dum, about 20 km from the city center.

By Rail
Eastern Railway and South Eastern Railway connect Kolkata to all corners of India.Bengali hospitality welcomes you with all its warmth and charm into the heart of Kolkata's vivacious life. Peerless Inn is close to the heart of this spirited city in more than one sense. Located at 15 kms from airport, 5 kms from the Railway Station. Located in the heart of the city close to both shopping and Business areas.

Kolkata Local Information:
It's not just the capital of West Bengal, but also one of the first cities in the country to see a stir in intellectual and cultural activities. Kolkata has always been home to the best known personalities in every field. Personalities like Rabindranth Tagore, Amartya Sen, Satyajit Ray and Mother Teresa have all found home here in Kolkata. The city always has a lot of things for visitors to do and see. The Coffee House at College Street is one place all visitors should at least while on a trip to Kolkata. The Coffee Shop has ever been a place for all kinds of discussions. This is the adda for intellectuals to get together and discuss anything under the sun. The city is also blessed with a large number of monuments worth visiting. The colonial legacy, Victoria Memorial is a good example of the same. Built to commemorate the rule of Queen Victoria, the structure is a masterpiece in itself and is a major landmark in the city. Another major landmark in the city and the best known religious site here is the Kalika Temple at Kalighat. Dedicated to the Mother Goddess Kali, it is a major pilgrim center for all Bengalis. The Belur Math is also a major religious center here. It is known for being the headquarters of Ramakrishna Math and the Ramakrishna Mission. Other places worth visiting in Kolkata include the Birla Planetarium, Eden Garden and Fort William.