Explore Ambience Mall and other top things to do in Gurugram

Conveniently located near DLF Cybercity, Radisson Gurugram Udyog Vihar offers easy access to various things to do in the city’s business district. Walk to nearby destinations like Ambience Mall, which features more than 200 stores, an ice-skating rink, and a bowling alley. After your meeting at DLF Cybercity, take a break at DLF CyberHub, a dining and entertainment complex with dozens of restaurants. You can also learn more about the history and culture of India at the Kingdom of Dreams or unwind with your family at Oysters Beach Water Park. If you’re up for a day trip, our hotel rooms are only about an hour’s drive from many attractions in New Delhi.

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Ambience Mall

0.65 mi / 1.04 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

1.01 mi / 1.62 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

3.24 mi / 5.22 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

4.36 mi / 7.01 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.

Gandhi Smriti

9.77 mi / 15.72 km from the hotel
Before his assassination, Mahatma Gandhi spent the last days of his life at this residence, which now serves his memorial.

India Gate

10.97 mi / 17.65 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.