Explore Zirakpur attractions like Chhatbir Zoo and Elante Mall
When you choose the Park Plaza in Zirakpur, you’re conveniently located near top attractions like Elante Mall and the Rock Garden of Chandigarh. Take the entire family along for a lion or deer safari at Mahendra Chaudhary Zoological Park (Chhatbir Zoo), or pack a picnic and head to Sukhna Lake for a day of watersport fun. If you’re here on a romantic getaway, spend the afternoon shopping in Sector 17 and then treat your loved one to a meal at one of the best restaurants in Sector 35. When you need to catch a flight or train, we provide transfer to Chandigarh Railway Station and Chandigarh International Airport (IXC).
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2.8 mi / 4.51 km from the hotel
Spend an afternoon admiring the animals at Chhatbir Zoo, home to royal Bengal tigers, blue bulls, and India’s longest walk-in aviary.
4.46 mi / 7.18 km from the hotel
Shop all your favorite brands at Elante Mall, and then stop to dine at one of the mall's numerous restaurants or squeeze in a movie at the on-site cinema.
7.73 mi / 12.43 km from the hotel
When you need to find calm, head to this attraction to discover picturesque waterfalls, 2,000 statues, intricate murals, and winding pathways with surprises around every corner.
6.5 mi / 10.47 km from the hotel
Enjoy water skiing, boating, or swimming at Sukhna Lake. This rain-fed reservoir in the foothills of the Himalayas is also a popular site for local festivals.
4.53 mi / 7.29 km from the hotel
Combining the thrills of a theme park and a water park, Funcity offers hours of fun for children and adults alike. Zoom down water rides like the Red Dragon Slide and Typhoon Tunnel, or strap into amusement rides like Space Walk and Grand Prix.
Paras Downtown Square
1.22 mi / 1.96 km from the hotel
Visit this shopping center to find deals from top brands like Adidas, Levi’s, and Reebok.
Gurudwara Nada Sahib
5.23 mi / 8.41 km from the hotel
Located in Panchkula on the bank of Ghaggar River in the Shivalik foothills, this religious place draws Sikh pilgrims and visitors. Visit on the full moon day every month for a festive occasion, attended by many people from the northern region.