Explore Ambience Mall and DLF CyberHub
Conveniently located near DLF Cybercity, Radisson Gurugram Udyog Vihar offers easy access to a plethora of things to do in the city’s business district. Walk to 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 Kingdom of Dreams or unwind with your family at Oysters Beach Water Park. If you’re up for a day trip, drive about an hour to see the many attractions of New Delhi.
- Ambience Mall (across from hotel)
Walk to this mall, which features more than 200 stores in addition to restaurants, a bowling alley, kids’ areas and an ice-skating rink.
Phone: +91 124 473 7123
- Dilli Haat (18 km)
Dilli Haat offers dozens of stalls that artisans from around India can rent for a period of 15 days in order to sell their handicrafts.
Phone: +91 112 611 9055
- Chandni Chowk (Old Delhi) (27 km)
This historic market in Old Delhi has operated for more than three centuries and features booths filled with books, clothing and food.
- DLF CyberHub (2.5 km)
This large dining and entertainment complex offers dozens of restaurants, bars, bakeries and cafes, as well as an amphitheatre for live performances.
Phone: +91 124 654 3103
- Kingdom of Dreams (6 km)
Immerse yourself in the rich culture of India at Kingdom of Dreams. You can watch live dramas about Indian mythology, dine in a Bollywood-themed café and see extravagant musicals.
Phone: +91 124 452 8000
- Oysters Beach Water Park (7 km)
Take the whole family to this 10-acre water park with waterslides, a wave pool, a lazy river and on-site dining.
Phone: +91 124 458 1000
- Connaught Place (22.8 km)
This large commercial centre in New Delhi provides a home for many major businesses and stores, including chains like Adidas, Nike and Bentley.
- India International Trade Fair (26 km)
Held annually, the IITF is a large trade show where manufacturers and exporters can show health care products, textiles and household appliances. It takes place at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi every November.
Phone: +91 112 337 1540
- Qutb Minar (16 km)
Rising 73 metres above the landscape, Qutb Minar is the tallest brick minaret in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Phone: +91 112 469 8431
- Gandhi Smriti (19 km)
Mahatma Gandhi spent the last days of his life and was assassinated at this residence which now serves as a memorial to him.
Phone: +91 112 301 2843
- Rashtrapati Bhavan (20.5 km)
This architecturally stunning mansion serves as the residence of India’s president. Tour the main building, lawn, clock tower, stables and more.
Phone: +91 112 301 5321
- India Gate (22.5 km)
Located in the centre of New Delhi, this 42-metre-high monument is designed to resemble the Arc de Triomphe. It honours the roughly 70,000 Indian soldiers who died fighting for the British Army during World War I.
Phone: +91 112 336 5358
- Purana Quila (Old Fort) (24 km)
This historic fort was built in the 16th century and spans nearly two kilometres. Wander through three gateways to explore this stone structure that sits surrounded by lush greenery.
Phone: +91 112 336 5358
- Red Fort (26 km)
Constructed in the 17th century, this red sandstone palace housed the last of the Mughal emperors. Browse the bazaar at the vaulted arcade and stick around for a nightly light show after your tour.
Phone: +91 112 327 7705
- Humayun’s Tomb (26 km)
A UNESCO World Heritage site, this 16th-century mausoleum is surrounded by gardens filled with vibrant green parakeets.
Phone: +91 112 464 7005
- Raj Ghat (28 km)
This black marble memorial dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi is surrounded by a park with trees planted by dignitaries like Queen Elizabeth II, President Eisenhower and Ho Chi Minh.
Phone: +91 112 336 3607
- Birla Mandir (Laxmi Narayan Mandir) (19 km)
Dedicated to Laxmi (the goddess of prosperity) and Narayana (the preserver), this temple was built in 1939 with the support of Mahatma Gandhi, who insisted it welcome people of all castes.
Phone: +91 112 336 3637
- Lotus Temple (24 km)
Known for its iconic shape, the Lotus Temple is a sacred Bahá'í Temple open to visitors of any faith. Pause in the Prayer Hall, visit the library on the lower level and learn more about the temple’s construction at the Information Centre.
Phone: +91 112 647 0526
- Jama Masjid (28.5 km)
The largest mosque in India, Jama Masjid can hold up to 25,000 people. It was built by Shah Jahan, the Mughal emperor who also ordered the construction of the Taj Mahal and the Red Fort.
Phone: +91 112 336 5358