Minto Park Boutique Homestay-Kolkata

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Densely populated, Kolkata (Calcutta) is a fascinating metro city of India with some rare sense of beauty. It is regarded as India’s intellectual, artistic and cultural capital. People are certainly a friendly bunch and Bengali humour is renowned throughout the country. Kolkata is not as ancient as Delhi and is largely a British creation when in 1686 they abandoned Hooghly as their trade post and moved downriver to Sutanati, Govindpur and Kalikata. Kolkata takes its name from the last one.

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The Homestay

The legendary actor Uttam Kumar lived here since about 1963 until his death in 1980. Rajesh Khanna was a huge fan of him and always met him here whenever he visited Kolkata.

Located in the posh area of Kolkata, the homestay is reminiscent of old aristocratic sensibilities. It has two guest rooms on the second floor, rest of place is occupied by the host family. Every room is immaculately clean and has a King Size Bed, an Attached Bathroom (with toiletries), Lockable Cupboards, AC and Television with Amazon Firestick, Tea/Coffee Maker and a Private Balcony. The place is good for couples, business travelers and family with kids.

It’s near to everything – The Forum Mall & Multiplex is 10-15 mnt walk and Park Street Area is at 15-20 minute walk. Enjoy a peaceful morning and evening walk at Minto Park which is hardly at 2 mnt. Almost all the popular attractions are within 2 km radius like Victoria Memorial, Birla Planetarium, St. Paul’s Cathedral and Kalighat Kali Temple.

How to Reach

Minto Park Bus Stop – 500 mtr, Rabindra Sadan Metro Station – 1.2 km

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Double Room: 4900/-
Extra Person: 1900/-
Complimentary: Breakfast
Lunch/Dinner: Veg. 250/- pp

Note: These tariffs do not apply during Durga Puja and New Year holiday.

Child Policy
Up to 6 years: Complimentary (no extra bed)
7-12 years.: 50% (with extra bed)

What you pay for a homestay, brings a direct socio-economic benefit to locals. Be proud by not asking for a discount.


Wi-Fi • Running Hot Water • Laundry • Seating Areas • 24/7 Security Personnel at the main entrance


Freshly cooked homemade vegetarian food is served. Non-vegetarian is not available.

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Points of Interest

Victoria Memorial • Birla Planetarium • St. Paul’s Cathedral •Kalighat Kali Temple • Park Street • Mullik Ghat Flower Market • Howrah Bridge • Dakshineshwar Kali Temple • Belur Math • Kumartuli • South Park Cemetery • Old Chinatown


Berrackpore (27 km) • Serampore (39km) • Diamond Harbour (51km) • Haldia (83km) • Sagar Island (108km) •Nabadwip (122km) • Bekkhali (125 km) • Kharagpur (139 km) • Bishnupur (147 km) • Shantiniketan (173 km)

Know your Host

You will be welcomed by Mehul Patodia, a young entrepreneur and his wife Neha whos is a Nutritionist. Both are are passionate about travelling and big time foodies. Mehul is a big movie buff and also love following politics and sports. Their family business is manufacturing of defense arms and ammunition. It’s a dynamic couple who go to any length to make your visit in Kolkata a memorable one. You will find someone always around to help you.

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