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579- Satbari
Chatarpur Road
New Delhi  110030  India
LAT: 28.476802 LONG: 77.187676
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Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Delhi Satbari

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Explore Qutab Minar and Chhatarpur Temple

Land at the Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) and travel just 15 kilometres to the Country Inn & Suites for the start of an exciting stay in New Delhi. Our hotel puts you within easy reach of the impressive Chhatarpur Temple and Qutab Minar, the second tallest minaret in the world. You can also visit the notable Lotus Temple and the Sheetla Mata Temple, one of the most sacred destinations among the Hindu pilgrimages. For excellent shopping and dining, head just 24 kilometres to Gurgaon or 25 kilometres to Faridabad.

Take time to visit these top attractions:

  • Chhatarpur Temple (2.5 km)
    Visit the second largest temple in India, Chhatarpur Temple, dedicated to the goddess Katyayani and known for its breathtaking architecture.
  • Qutab Minar (7 km)
    Explore the historic buildings that make up the UNESCO World Heritage site, including Qutab Minar, the second tallest minaret in the world.
  • Lotus Temple (9.5 km)
    Considered the mother temple of the Bahá'í houses of worship, Lotus Temple is a must-see during your visit. Its iconic shape emulates the lotus flower, and the temple has gained fame for its extraordinary architecture and sense of serenity.
  • Sheetla Mata Temple (15.3 km)
    This temple serves as the final destination for one of the most sacred Hindu pilgrimages. Paying homage to Mata Sheetla Devi, this temple is also known as Shakti Peeth.