Park Plaza, Faridabad, Delhi - NCR

Getting There

By Air
The nearest airport is the Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi which is 35 kms from the city.

By Rail
Due to its close proximity to Delhi, Faridabad has excellent railway connectivity with trains from various parts of India. There are three railway stations in the city viz. Faridabad (FDB), New Town Faridabad (FDN) and Ballabgarh (BVH). For local commuters, there are several electric multiple unit (EMU) train services to New Delhi, Mathura, Agra and Ghaziabad which ply at frequent intervals.

By Road
The National Highway 2 passes through Faridabad and it is well connected to the nearby cities like Delhi, Agra, Mathura and other parts of North India. The bus terminal located in Faridabad town operates local services within the district and inter district services to all the major districts of the state. For local transport, metered auto rickshaws, taxis and tongas are available.


Distances to important landmarks

New Delhi City Centre: 30 kms

Gurgaon City Centre: 30 kms

International Airport: 35 kms

Railway Station: 3 kms

ISBT: 20 kms

Mohan Co-operative : 14 kms

Jasola: 15 kms                                                                            

Faridabad Industrial Area: 25 kms

Lotus Temple: 22 Kms  

Nearby places of interest:
Lotus Temple: This Bahai House of worship is built in the shape of a lotus blossom. At this architectural marvel, scriptures from all religions of the world are read here during prayer service. Lotus temple is 22 kms away from the hotel.

Qutab Minar: A towering testimonial of the amazing architectural dexterity of a bygone era, Qutab Minar stands nearly 73 meters high with balconies on its 5 stories offering sweeping views of the surroundings. Initiated in 1193 by King Qutab-ud-din- Aibak, it is a UNESCO World Heritage monument. Qutab Minar is 13 kms away from the hotel.


Kalkaji Mandir: is a well-known Hindu temple, dedicated to the Hindu Goddess Kali. This temple is situated on Kalkaji Mandir (Delhi Metro) in the southern part of Delhi in Kalkaji, a locality that has derived its name from the temple and is located opposite Nehru Place business centre. The general belief is that the image of the Goddess Kalka here is a self-manifested one.