Find history and beauty among things to do in Ghaziabad

Park Plaza Kaushambi Delhi NCR in Ghaziabad makes for the perfect launchpad for discovering the area’s many things to do. Book accommodations to stay near shopping and business at Connaught Place. If you want to deepen your knowledge about India’s culture, you can visit historical icons like Red Fort and India Gate and browse the exhibits at National Museum. The Lotus Temple and the gardens at the Akshardham Temple offer places for a peaceful afternoon.

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Akshardham Temple

3.52 mi / 5.66 km from the hotel
Experience the power and beauty of this exquisite Hindu temple, which is home to places of prayer, exhibitions, and a water show. The 60-acre Garden of India boasts a statue collection and beautifully maintained lawns and gardens.

DLF Mall of India

6.3 mi / 10.14 km from the hotel
The Mall of India has six customized shopping levels, which include international and Indian stores, dedicated kids' zones, international cafés, a food court, and a wide range of restaurants.

Shipra Mall

2.65 mi / 4.26 km from the hotel
With more than 100 stores, this world-class mall is ideal for retail therapy. It is home to stores stocking both well-known international brands and renowned Indian brands. Refuel after shopping with dinner at one of the mall's many restaurants, or catch a film at the multi-screen movie theater.

The Bahá’í House of Worship (Lotus Temple)

7.06 mi / 11.36 km from the hotel
Visit this Bahá’í house of worship for a unique experience—the serenity of this temple, its beautiful architecture denoting the lotus flower, reflective pools, and 26 acres of landscaped gardens. It also has a museum about the temple’s design and construction.

India Expo Centre and Mart

16.11 mi / 25.92 km from the hotel
Covering 58 acres of land, the expo mart hosts various large events such as auto exhibitions, the Indian handicraft fair, and Print Pack India.

India Gate

6.17 mi / 9.93 km from the hotel
Located in the center of New Delhi, this 42-meter-high monument is designed to resemble the Arc de Triomphe. It honors the roughly 70,000 Indian soldiers who died fighting for the British Army during World War I.