Explore Saket, New Delhi from Top Hotel near Gurgaon
For comfortable, affordable and modern accommodations near historic destinations like Chandni Chowk and Red Fort, book the Country Inn & Suites Saket in New Delhi. The hotel is only 12 kilometres from Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) and just 18 kilometres from the domestic airport. Business travelers appreciate quick commutes to local corporate offices in the Corporate Hub of South Delhi, and leisure guests love staying close to the city's top shopping and entertainment destinations, including Select Citywalk and PVR Multiplex. Rashtrapati Bhavan (the erstwhile Viceroy General's Palace), India Gate and Qutab Minar are must-sees. Whatever brings you into town, don't miss high-end shopping at Connaught Place or a fascinating glimpse of Mughal architecture at Humayun's Tomb.Make time to visit these exceptional destinations:
- Chandni Chowk (22 km)
Named after the main street running through the walled city of Old Delhi, and often called the "Food Capital of India," this area near the Red Fort is famous for its street food. The area is filled with restaurants, shops and bazaars selling snacks, especially chaat. The streets are lined with Halwais (sweet-sellers), Namkeenwallahs (sellers of savory items) and Paranthewallahs (sellers of special Indian breads). Get a taste of local culture as you find great bargains and negotiate for better ones.
- Connaught Place (17 km)
This commercial hub filled with popular shops and entertainment was built in 1931. Today it is home to an international mix of high-end brands and local vendors.
- Humayun's Tomb (15 km)
Built in 1570, Humayun's Tomb (Humayunka Maqbara) is the tomb of the Mughal Emperor Humayun. It was the first garden-tomb on the Indian subcontinent and is located in Nizamuddin East, close to Dina-panah citadel—also known as Purana Qila (Old Fort), which Humayun founded in 1533.
- Qutab Minar (6 km)
The famous Qutab Minar of Delhi is said to be a Tower of Victory. The tower soars to a height of 73 metres, with 379 steps. Qutab-ud-din Aibak, after defeating Delhi's last Hindu kingdom, started the construction of this tower in the year 1193. This minaret offers guests impressive views of Delhi.
- Red Fort (22 km)
Lal Quila (the Red Fort) is one of Shahjahanabad's best preserved landmark monuments in Delhi. Built in1546, this red sandstone fort is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a can't-miss destination during your time in Delhi. The fort is an iconic symbol of national pride and is the site of the annual Prime Ministerial speech—given by the Indian Premier from the bastions of the citadel every Independence Day.
- Select Citywalk (100 metres)
Explore the shopping at this 1.3 million-square-foot centre located within walking distance of the hotel.
- Domestic airport (18 km)
- Indira Gandhi International Airport (22 km)
- New Delhi Railway Station (18 km)