Explore Attractions at This Hotel near Connaught Place
During your trip to the Park Inn New Delhi IP Extension hotel near Connaught Place, be sure to visit such historical attractions as Akshardham Temple and Old Fort, an impressive example of 17th century Mughal architecture. This ideal hotel location near Connaught Place, the commercial and financial hub of New Delhi, places you 20 minutes from the Delhi city centre and nearby convenient transportation options like the metro station and the new Taj Expressway.
Enjoy the following local attractions:
Akshardham Temple (4.6 km)
Sometimes referred to as the Eighth Wonder of the World, Akshardham Temple showcases thousands of years of Indian culture. This Hindu temple in Delhi draws tourists from around the world with its impressive architecture.
Red Fort (10.4 km)
Built in the 17th century by Shah Jahan, Red Fort gets its name from the red sandstone used for to build it. The fort is home to ancient buildings and restaurants where you can enjoy classic Indian delicacies.
Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah (12.7 km)
The tomb of Sufi saint Hazrat Nizam-ud-Din Auliya, this beautiful structure houses a tank surrounded by many historical tombs, including the graves of Amir Khusrau and Princess Jahanara, the daughter of Emperor Shah Jahan.
Humayun's Tomb (13 km)
Humayun's Tomb houses the grave of the second emperor of the Mughal dynasty. It was built with the help of Mirak Mirza Ghiyuath and features prominent Persian art.
Baha'i Temple (16 km)
Surrounded by pools and gardens, the Baha'i Temple welcomes worshippers of all faiths to visit and meditate according to their religion. The structure is also referred to as the Lotus Temple, due to its beautiful lotus shape.
Qutab Minar (22 km)
Qutab Minar is the world’s tallest brick minaret. Built in 1193, the structure is one of the earliest examples of Indo-Islamic architecture.
Formula 1 Racing Track (46 km)
The Buddh International Circuit is an Indian motor racing circuit in Greater Noida. Home to the annual Formula One Indian Grand Prix, the circuit was designed by German architect Hermann Tilke.