Renaissance Lucknow Hotel

Lucknow Hotel
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ChainMarriott International Hotels
Total meeting space2,500 sq. m
Guest rooms112
Vipin Khand, Gomti Nagar,
Gomti Nagar
Lucknow 226010

Renaissance Lucknow Hotel

Lucknow Hotel
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Room features and guest services

  • Concierge services
  • Laundry service
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service
  • Voicemail box


  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite gift shop
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Rental car service
  • Space (Outdoor)
  • Space (Private)

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center
  • Video conference

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Outdoor pool
  • Spa or salon
  • Tennis courts
  • Whirlpool

Venue accessible by

  • Airport shuttle
  • Bus
  • Train

Photo gallery

Meeting space

Total meeting space2,500 sq. m
Meeting rooms6
Largest room2,043 sq. m
Second largest room288 sq. m
Space (Private)Available
Space (Outdoor)Available

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms112



Local Attractions

Bara Imambara

Historical landmark
8 km away
Bara Imambara is a shrine built by Shia Muslims for the purpose of Azadari. The Bara Imambara is among the grandest buildings of Lucknow.

Clock Tower

Historical landmark
7 km away
Husainabad Clock Tower is a clock tower located in the Lucknow city of India. It was constructed in 1881 by Nawab Nasir-ud-din Haider to mark the arrival of Sir George Couper, 1st Lieutenant Governor of United Province of Avadh. It was built at a cost of Rs. 1.75 lakhs.

British Residency

Historical landmark
7 km away
The Residency, also called as the British Residency and Residency Complex, is a group of several building in a common precinct in the city of Lucknow, India. The Residency now exists in ruins and is located in the heart of the city, in vicinity of other monuments like Shaheed Smarak, Tehri Kothi and High Court Building. It was constructed during the rule of Nawab Saadat Ali Khan II,who was the fifth Nawab of the province of Awadh (British Spelling Oudh). The construction took place between 1780 to 1800 AD and served as the residence for the British Resident General who was a representative in the court of the Nawab. In 1857 the place witnessed a prolonged battle which is also known as Siege of Lucknow; this began on 1 July and continued until 17 November.

St. Joseph’s Church

Jama Masjid

Hussainabad Imambara

Historical landmark
8 km away
Chota Imambara (Urdu: چھوٹا امامباڑا‎, Hindi: छोटा इमामबाड़ा), also known as Imambara Hussainabad Mubarak (Urdu: امامباڑا حسین آباد مُبارک , Hindi: इमामबाड़ा हुसैनाबाद ) is an imposing monument located in the city of Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India. Built as an imambara or a congregation hall for Shia Muslims, by Muhammad Ali Shah, the third Nawab of Awadh in 1838,[1] it was to serve as his own mausoleum and his mother, who is buried beside him. [2] The significance of Panjetan, the holy five, is once again emphasized here with five main doorways.This Imambara consist of two halls and a Shehnasheen (A platform where the Zarih of Hazrat Imam Husain (a.s.) is kept.) {Zarih is the replica of that protective grill or structure which is kept on the original & pious grave of Hazrat Imam Husain (a.s.) at Karbala, Iraq.} The large green and white bordered hall of Azakhana is richly decorated with chandeliers and a good number of crystal glass lamp-stands. [In fact, it was for this profuse decoration that the Imambara was referred by European visitors and writers as The Palace of Lights']. The exterior is very beautifully decorated with Quranic verses in Islamic calligraphy .

Rumi Darwaza

Historical landmark
7 km away
The Rumi Darwaza (Hindi: रूमी दरवाज़ा, Urdu: رومی دروازه, and sometimes known as the Turkish Gate), in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India, is an imposing gateway which was built under the patronage of Nawab Asaf-Ud-dowlah in 1784.[1] It is an example of Awadhi architecture.[1] Being an entrance to the city of Lucknow, Russell, the reporter of The New York Times who accompanied the victorious British army that entered Lucknow in 1858, after India's First War of Independence, had called the stretch of road from Rumi Darwaza to Chattar Manzil the most beautiful and spectacular cityscape that he had ever seen, better than Rome, Paris, London and Constantinople.[citation needed] The Rumi Darwaza, which stands sixty feet tall,[2] was modeled (1784) after the Sublime Porte (Bab-iHümayun) in Istanbul.[3] It is adjacent to the Asafi Imambara in Lucknow and has become a logo for the city of Lucknow. It used to mark the entrance to Old Lucknow City, but as the City of Nawabs grew and expanded, it was later used as an entrance to a palace which was later demolished by the British insurgents.


5 km away
The idea for the present Hazratganj was conceived by the first Nawab of Awadh, Nawab Saadat Ali Kahan in 1810 and was then called Munnawar Baksh. He started creating European style kothis falling between the present DM's residence (Kothi Noor Baksh) to Raj Bhawan (Kothi Hayat Baksh). Various kothis like Kothi Zahoor Baksh, Noor Manzil, Khurshid Manzil, Enakbaaz ki Kothi, Kankar Wali Kothi, Munnawar Kothi, and Lucknow Club and Lawrence Terrace came up gradually. In 1827, the then Nawab Nasiruddin Haider laid the foundation of the Ganj market by introducing the China Bazaar and Kaptaan Bazaar which sold goods stuff from China, Japan and Belgium. The famous Taar Wali Kothi, Dargah of 12 Imam's at Khas Mukaam, Choti Chattar Manzil, Saawan-Bhadoh Mahal (the present location of zoo), the stunning Baradari, which was earlier situated between Kaiserbagh, Darulshafa, and Lalbagh also emerged during his regime. In 1842, the name of the area was changed to Hazratganj after Nawab Amjad Ali Shah, who was popularly known by his alias 'Hazrat'.

Distance from airport

  • 17.3 km from venue


  • Complimentary parking
  • Valet parking


Renaissance Lucknow Hotel, located in the heart of the city with easy access to the business hubs as well as popular leisure destinations. Modern, contemporary designs define this hotel against the heritage background that Lucknow offers; Renaissance Lucknow is the tallest hotel with 16 floors, where one can enjoy panoramic city views. The rooftop infinity pool, the lush Ren Garden, varied F&B options and well-appointed accommodations make this property an ideal destination for business or leisure.

Cancellation policy

24 Hours


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