Experience the historical charm of Lucknow
Your stay at Radisson Lucknow City Center puts you near some of India’s most extraordinary monuments, including the massive Husainabad Clock Tower, the tranquil Bara Imambara and the historically significant British Residency. Lucknow is also known for its bustling upscale shopping districts such as Aminabad and Hazratganj, both located within three kilometres of the hotel. If you’re travelling for work, you can find more than a dozen prominent businesses nearby.
Local gathering spots:
- Moti Mahal Lawn (1.9 km)
This popular venue hosts special events, including banquets and weddings, and provides a scenic place to relax and bird-watch when events are not occurring.
- Aminabad (3 km)
Discover wares ranging from home goods to fashion-forward clothing at this massive bazaar in the heart of Lucknow.
- Hazratganj (3 km)
This bustling district in the centre of Lucknow features boutiques, theatres, spas, restaurants and bars.
- Hussainabad Imambara (3.9 km)
Browse religious artefacts from around the world at this highly ornate monument, also known as Chota Imambara. You can see gold-plated domes, the tombs of Muhammad Ali Shah and his mother, elaborate chandeliers and walls carved with verses from the Quran.
Phone: +91 94544 51263
- Bara Imambara (4.5 km)
Built in 1784, this religious complex hosts Muharram celebrations each year. Hire a local guide to help you navigate Bhulbhulaiya, the maze on the top floor of the monument.
Phone: +91 70291 20332
- Jama Masjid (5.4 km)
Often called one of the most beautiful mosques in India, the Jama Masjid is built entirely of yellow sandstone and is famous for its Mughal-era architecture.
- Husainabad Clock Tower (1.8 km)
Modelled after Big Ben and constructed with imported materials from London, this 67-metre structure is the tallest clock tower in India.
- Chattar Manzil (2.1 km)
This awe-inspiring structure, also called the Umbrella Palace because of the shape of its dome, used to house the kings of Awadh.
- British Residency (3.5 km)
During India’s 1857 revolt against British rule, British citizens living in Lucknow hid in this building, the home of the British Resident General. The building was destroyed during the rebellion, and the ruins now serve as a reminder of the period of colonial rule and India’s fight for freedom.
Phone: +91 73760 53503
- Rumi Darwaza (4.2 km)
Built in 1784 under the guidance of Nawab Asaf-ud-Daula, the Rumi Darwaza, sometimes called the Turkish Gate, was designed to resemble a prominent gate in Istanbul and is now one of Lucknow’s most famous monuments.
- Charbagh Railway Station (2 km)
- Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport (LKO) (12 km)
Transportation by car to and from the airport is available for a fee.