Park Inn by Radisson New Delhi Lajpat Nagar

1&2, Ring Road, Lajpat Nagar 4, 110024 New Delhi India +91 11 4651 5151

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Nearby Attractions

Discover New Delhi’s best attractions while in Lajpat Nagar

From the tempting street food and clothing shops of Lajpat Nagar Market to the serenity of Lotus Temple, the attractions close to the Park Inn in New Delhi’s south side are some of the most popular in the city. Be sure to tour the World Heritage site of Qutab Minar, the tallest brick minaret in the world. If you’re attending a trade show at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi’s largest exhibition hall, you’ll be just a 15-minute drive away. In the area for a medical seminar or treatment? Moolchand Hospital is directly across the street from our hotel. For some of the best shopping in the area, you can visit Greater Kailash, South Extension and Dilli Haat.

Nearby attractions:

  • Lajpat Nagar Market – 1 km
    Shop where everyone in Delhi buys their kitchenware and clothing—the bustling streets of Lajpat Nagar Market. You’ll also find food vendors on every corner so that you can enjoy a snack while you bargain with shop owners.
  • South Extension Market – 1 km
    Find everything from designer denim to traditional saris at South Extension Market, known for its variety of clothing, jewellery and shoe shops.
  • ISKCON Temple Delhi – 3 km
    Be sure to plan a visit to this beautiful Krishna temple, home to many festivals, a Vedic cultural museum and India's only Quadrascope, which is a must-see multimedia experience.
  • Lotus Temple – 3 km
    This Baha’i religious structure welcomes all visitors who want to meditate in their own faith. The building's beautiful lotus shape is surrounded by quiet pools and gardens.
  • Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah – 3.5 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 – 4 km
    Prominent architect Mirak Mirza Ghiyuath helped build Humayun's Tomb—the grave of the second emperor of the Mughal dynasty. Take time to appreciate the intricate Persian art and enjoy the scenic gardens.
  • National Zoological Park – 6 km
    Enjoy the antics of furry gibbons and watch king cobras and panthers at the National Zoological Park, known for its successful breeding programmes and conservation efforts.
  • India Gate – 7.3 km
    Impressive and sobering, India Gate is a red sandstone and granite monument commemorating Indian soldiers who died during World War I. You can admire the monument and the nearby fountains from the well-manicured lawns throughout the area.
  • Pragati Maidan – 8.1 km
    Home to some of India’s largest trade fairs, conferences and expos, Pragati Maidan has become the premiere event venue in the country, featuring state-of-the-art facilities and a location in the heart of Delhi’s city centre.
  • Qutab Minar – 9 km
    Marvel at the world’s tallest brick minaret, constructed in 1193. Today, Qutab Minar serves as a beautiful example of early Indo-Islamic architecture. Looking for something unique to do? Pay a visit to the intriguing Iron Pillar, located within the Qutab Minar complex.
  • Akshardham Temple – 12.3 km
    An icon of Indian culture, the stunning Akshardham Temple—a Hindu temple that defines thousands of years of Indian heritage—is sometimes referred to as the Eighth Wonder of the World and draws tourists from both near and far.
  • Red Fort – 13 km
    The red sandstone that makes up the impressive walls lends Red Fort its distinctive colour and name. The fort was built in the 17th century by Shah Jahan and is now home to ancient ruins well worth exploring. On-site restaurants, where you can sample traditional Indian meals, are also available.