Explore a variety of New Delhi and Gurugram attractions

Our hotel places you conveniently off National Highway 8 and near a variety of sights within India's Golden Triangle. After checking into your hotel room, spend the day touring New Delhi’s Lotus Temple, a Bahá'í house of worship known for its stunning architecture, and one of the most visited buildings in the world. You can experience thrills and spills at Kingdom of Dreams or visit other popular attractions like Humayun's Tomb and Qutub Minar, both a short drive away. If you are in the mood for a shopping spree, head to Ambience Mall, a popular retail and entertainment complex in Gurugram. Check out what else is nearby below.

Select what to see in a map

Ambience Mall

20.14 mi / 32.41 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

19.4 mi / 31.21 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

17.17 mi / 27.63 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

16.13 mi / 25.96 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.

Humayun’s Tomb

31.18 mi / 50.18 km from the hotel
Restored to its former glory in 2013, Humayun’s Tomb dates to AD 1572 and is a stunning example of Mughal architecture. Visit to see the mausoleum’s marble-clad double dome stretching more than 40 meters (131 feet) in the air.
See more

Qutub Minar

25.1 mi / 40.4 km from the hotel
Built in the early 13th century, the red sandstone tower of Qutub Minar stands 72.5 meters (237 feet) tall. Explore the surrounding archaeological area, which contains amazing architectural finds such as Alai-Darwaza Gate.
See more