Marvel at all the wonderful things to do in Sector 29, Gurugram

Close to corporate offices in the heart of the financial district, the Country Inn & Suites, Gurgaon Sector 29 is the ideal location for business and pleasure travelers alike to book a room. The Gurugram area provides a multitude of things to do like picnicking at Damdama Lake, shopping at Ambience Mall, and dining at hip eateries and buzzy nightclubs. To find serenity outside the city limits, drive 11 miles west to explore the Sheetla Devi Temple, or walk less than two miles north to see an exciting Bollywood-style show at the Kingdom of Dreams.

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Ambience Mall

3.46 mi / 5.56 km from the hotel
Visit this oversized shopping hub to shop at more than 200 stores in addition to restaurants, a bowling alley, kids’ areas, and an ice-skating rink.

DLF CyberHub

2.74 mi / 4.41 km from the hotel
This expansive dining and entertainment complex offers dozens of restaurants, bars, bakeries, and cafes, as well as an amphitheater for live performances.

Kingdom of Dreams

0.46 mi / 0.74 km from the hotel
Blending art, culture, and cuisine, this awe-inspiring amusement park creates a one-of-a-kind experience. Stop by Culture Gully for incredible food before heading to the Showshaa Theatre for a Bollywood-style production.

Sheetla Mata Temple

2.36 mi / 3.8 km from the hotel
This temple serves as the final destination for one of the most sacred Hindu pilgrimages. Dedicated to Mata Sheetla Devi, the structure dates from the 18th century and continues to be heavily visited during Sharada Navaratri in autumn.

Leisure Valley Park

0.56 mi / 0.91 km from the hotel
In the bustling city center lies Leisure Valley Park, a large green space perfect for a family picnic. Locals love to use the space for yoga or to take a morning walk. Don’t miss the well-lit fountain on the park’s south side at night.

Sheetla Devi Temple

11.01 mi / 17.72 km from the hotel
An important pilgrimage destination, this 5,000-year-old temple honors Sheetla Devi, a Hindu goddess who was widely known for tending to sick children.