B Block
Sushant Lok
Phase 1
Gurgaon  Haryana  122002  India
LAT: 28.459561 LONG: 77.074928
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Explore Gurgaon from our business district hotel

Located near popular attractions such as Sheetla Mata Mandir, Qutab Minar and Humayun’s Tomb, the Park Plaza lies in Gurgaon’s thriving business district. Visit one of the many nearby corporate offices, or spend the day shopping at local boutiques. You can also easily reach the Huda metro station and Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL), found only about 20 minutes away.

Settle into a modern room with a plasma TV, a large workstation and free high-speed, wireless Internet. When you’re ready to relax, take advantage of services like a fitness centre that remains open 24 hours and a rooftop swimming pool that offers stunning views of the city. Five on-site dining venues serve freshly prepared Indian and international cuisine, and the well-equipped meeting facilities welcome corporate travellers with 465 square metres of event space.

Park Plaza Gurgaon

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Fri 20 Apr 2018 to Sat 21 Apr 2018
From USD $93 per night
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Stay in the business district near Sheetla Mata Mandir

Located in the heart of the business district and only 20 minutes from Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL), the Park Plaza provides an ideal starting point for exploring the attractions of Gurgaon and nearby New Delhi. Pay a visit to the beautiful Sheetla Mata Mandir, an important pilgrimage site, and then take a day trip to visit the impressive Qutab Minar. You can also view hundreds of birds at Sultanpur National Park or explore history at Humayun’s Tomb and the Red Fort.

Explore these nearby attractions:

  • Sheetla Mata Mandir (7.2 km)
    The final destination of one of Hinduism’s most sacred pilgrimages, this peaceful ancient temple is dedicated to Mata Sheetla Devi.
  • Qutab Minar (16.6 km)
    Built in 1193, this historic victory tower made of red sandstone soars almost 73 metres into the air.
  • Sultanpur National Park (21.8 km)
    Sultanpur provides a refuge for hundreds of birds migrating from Europe and Siberia. Camping equipment can be rented on site if you’d like to extend your birdwatching trip.
  • Humayun's Tomb (22.4 km)
    Constructed in 1572, this palatial tomb was built for Humayun, the second emperor of the Mughal dynasty, and provides one of the best-preserved Mughal monuments.
  • Red Fort (27.1 km)
    In 1638 Mughal emperor Shahjahan ordered the construction of this massive bastion, formally named Lal-Quila, which now stands as one of the most impressive examples of Mughal architecture.
  • Bahá’í House of Worship (27.5 km)
    Known for its distinctive shape which has led to its nickname, the “lotus temple,” this serene place of worship welcomes followers of all religions in a spirit of unity.