Budget travelers will find 3 affordable hotels in Gurgaon such as Le-Eden and Hotel Viva Destinations. To stay in a hostel close to Unitech Cyber City, book a room at Stuworkstay with rates from 16US$ per night.
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Where to stay in Gurgaon?
Best cheap hotels in Gurgaon
Gurgaon airports & Subway stations
If you'd like a hotel in Gurgaon next to Sikanderpur Rapid Metro railroad station, stay at Fabhotel Aksh Palace, which is a 10-minute walk away.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
If it's your first time in Gurgaon, consider staying in a central hotel such as Oyo 44130 Main View Guest House, situated in DLF Phase II district. For travelers interested in Hanuman Mandir, consider staying at Gazelle Inn in the heart of Gurgaon. With an outdoor swimming pool, an indoor swimming pool and a golf course, stunning views of the city, Dia Park Premier is a great base to explore Old Gurgaon district.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Gurgaon
To immerse yourself in some of Gurgaon's culture, consider staying at a hotel near Mall Mile, including luxury Vista Park and Le Meridien Gurgaon, Delhi Ncr. An upscale accommodation option is Corporate Residency, situated near MGF Metropolitan, which offers a classy atmosphere of a boutique hotel. Mint Ambience Suites is a top-rated chain hotel in DLF Cyber City district, and is situated within easy reach of Sahara Mall.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Families can consider booking an apartment Flock Coliving, close to Unitech Cyber City that features cycling, table tennis and billiards. If you're looking for a homey place to stay, consider Standard 1Br Stay Near Huda City Center, Gurgaon B&B apartment, situated beside Iffco Road Junction. If you're planning on visiting Gurgaon with your family, choose a family-oriented hotel like Park Plaza Gurgaon, boasting an outdoor swimming pool, a health club and a rooftop terrace. If you're interested in staying at a resort in Gurgaon, think about staying at Radisson Gurugram Udyog Vihar, situated near a valley and a harbor and offering a Jacuzzi, a seasonal outdoor pool and racquetball.
City Guide: Discover the best of Gurgaon
Gurgaon is called the Millennium City.
It is a nickname earned for the radical change it has undergone at the close of the 20th century. An ugly duckling in the early years, Gurgaon made a brave plunge to the new-age city abundant with big city comforts.
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A city with close links to New Delhi, Gurgaon long set in the shadow of the influential capital, but things have changed since then. Today Gurgaon is the heart of the National Capital Region and the stronghold of the largest outsourcing businesses. It's no surprise to Gurgaon that it's booming with a developing economy and money brought to the area. Over the last ten years the city has overtaken the achievements that New Delhi took centuries to reach.
While rich in business Gurgaon is short history. That means that the city is less culturally diverse than the world's older destinations, but no less appealing. Traveling along the office complexes through a cluster of exquisite shopping malls, cultural development left its mark over the city.
- Damdama Lake offers abundance of recreational opportunities
- Leisure Valley Park, a playground loaded with fun and attractions to spend a day there
- Devi Art Foundation, the first not-for-profit space for showcasing contemporary art
- Wet and wild resort, an outing that offers a set of aquatic activities
- Sahara Mall with a perennially packed Big Bazaar supermarket
Originally, Gurgaon derived its name from Guru Dronacharya who inherited a sleepy village from his students. Gradually developing, the area earned the name of Guru-gram, but over the time has been cut short to Gurgaon.
Today Gurgaon is far cry from sleepy, but brims with big-city energy. You need to stroll the city to understand that skyscrapers own this place. If you are lucky you may try to find a building only 12 floors up, because the rest of the high-rises literally comb the sky above. In addition, Gurgaon took to the latest fashion of investing money into the tree-lined boulevards and spacious malls.
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