Park Inn By Radisson Gurgaon Bilaspur

NH- 8, Village Bilaspur –  Gurgaon –  HR –  India –  +911246107600
 

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During your trip to the Park Inn hotel in Bilaspur, be sure to visit such historical attractions as Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary and Red Fort, home to beautiful palaces, impressive public buildings and an evening sound and light show. This ideal hotel location in Gurgaon Bilaspur places you 30 kilometers from downtown Gurgaon and 12 minutes from the industrial hub of Manesar.

Enjoy the following local attractions:

  • Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary - 25 km
    This Gurgaon sanctuary attracts over 100 species of birds that migrate here in the winter from both Europe and Siberia. Observational hideouts and a watchtower can facilitate bird watching.
  • Damdama Lake - 32 km
    This 3,000-acre lake is a renowned tourist spot in Gurgaon. Restaurants and shops are located around the river, and boat and hot air balloons can be rented.
  • Sheetala Mata Temple - 30 km
    The Sheetala Devi Hindu Temple is located in downtown Delhi. Sometimes referred to as a "Shakti Peeth," the temple is considered one of the most sacred Hindu pilgrimages in India.
  • Red Fort - 60 km
    Built by Shah Jahan in the 17th century, the Red Fort was named for the red sandstone used for its facade. This beautiful piece of Indian architecture houses ancient buildings and a tea restaurant, where guests can enjoy a traditional Indian meal.
  • Qutab Minar - 48 km
    Visit the world's tallest brick minaret, Qutab Minar. A prime examples of Indo-Islamic architecture, Qutab Minar was constructed under the order of India's first Muslim ruler, Qutb-ud-din Aibak.
  • Bahai Temple - 55 km
    This beautiful, world-famous structure was completed in 1986. Followers of any faith are free to visit the temple and pray. The structure's lotus shape has earned the nickname "Lotus Temple."
  • Humayun's Tomb - 58 km
    The tomb of the second emperor of the Mughal dynasty, Humayun's Tomb helped establish a standard design for Mughal mausoleums in India. The mausoleum was built 1562-1572 AD with the help of a Persian architect, Mirak Mirza Ghiyuath.