"Lucknow, the capital of U.P. is situated in the center of the state and can be easily reached from all the metros and major cities of the country by air. It is well connected by rail and road too.
The campus is situated on the outskirts of the city in a green & modern campus, which is a short ride both from the airport and the railway station"
Stay and Travel
Lucknow occupies a unique place in the culture and history of India. The city is synonymous with grace and charm, with Lucknowi tehzeeb (refinement of etiquette and manners) being legendary. It has always been an important political centre, as the capital of Uttar Pradesh, one of the largest states in India. But what this city of Nawabs specializes in is culture and fine arts. The city is a dazzling mix of the old and the new. The glorious palaces of the Nawabs of Awadh intermingle with cybercafes, pool plazas and up-market showrooms. It is a cosmopolitan city, with English, Hindi, Urdu and Awadhi spoken here. Situated about 450 kilometers to the south-east of Delhi, Lucknow is well connected to the rest of the world by air, road and rail. Its Amausi airport has direct flights to Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Kolkata and Sharjah. Lucknow is a major railway junction with convenient overnight connections to and from Delhi.
IIM Lucknow is located at Prabandh Nagar (about 3.5km Off Sitapur Road), 21km from the Lucknow Railway Station and about 36km from Lucknow Airport. Lucknow has excellent accommodation facilities.
Contact details of some of the major hotels are given below.