Bareilly is one of the most important cities of Uttar-Pradesh, situated in the Tarai region of Himalayas. The administrative seat is Bareilly town, located on the banks of Ramganga River. The city was originally founded in 1537 by Mughal Governor Makrand Ray. On the geographical front, the district shares common boundaries with Nainital district on the North, Pilibhit district on the East, Shahajahanpur district on the South-East, Badaun district on the South and South-West. The Ramganga River forms the natural boundary of the district.
The city of Bareilly is famous for its vivid skills in manufacturing of various types of Handicrafts, especially Zari-Zardozi, Wooden furniture & Bamboo work etc. This city has deep-rooted historical importance and has also been the center of many economic, cultural and educational activities. Camphor and Allied Products, one of the largest camphor making units of the world and a urea making plant are situated here. The district of Bareilly is counted among leading manufacturers of handicrafts items such as Zari work, bamboo and wooden furniture, surma and patang manjha.
In the past one decade, the city has witnessed immense industrial development. Now it has become a city of luxury hotels like Sobti Continental, sky-high buildings and innumerous destinations to dine and wine. Built with the best possible modern day amenities and premium luxury nestling in the lap of soul-soothing ambience, Sobti Continental Bareilly gives its guests a royal treatment and lets them stay in comfort beyond compare. The unmatched hospitality services do not leave any stone unturned to touch the heart chord of the visitors.
Being a premier industrial hub, the city of Bareilly is visited by countless people for multifarious reasons. For such a large crowd of diversified guests, hotel Sobti Continental Bareilly is an ideal place to stay at. The hotel brings to its valued guests all the latest facilities and modern amenities which they may need to stay here comfortably. Its multi cuisine resto bar is a favourite with all the guests, coming from in and out of Bareilly, where they can savour Indian, Chinese and Continental cuisines. They can also unwind in the evening sipping away on some beers, cocktails or classically-structured drinks.
As far approaching to the city is concerned, the nearest airport from Bareilly is New Delhi that is 250 odd Kilometers. New Delhi has both international as well as domestic airport that is well connected to a range of cities in India and world. Several public as well as private carriers offer their service to and from Delhi. From Delhi, one can either hire a cab or take any train to Bareilly. Bareilly falls on the busy Delhi-Kolkata line and is therefore well connected to most of the destinations in Uttar Pradesh and India. The main railway station in Bareilly is Bareilly Cantonment Junction. The junction is well connected to cities like New Delhi, Agra, Kanpur, Lucknow, Benaras, Jaipur, Kolkata and Mumbai through a cluster of super fast and express trains.