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looking hotel near airport & shopping mall.

Hi,

Looking for good hotel near airport and a shopping mall so my wife can spend some time there with 2 years old baby. budget around 3k. Airport within 20 min by taxi will be good.

Thanks,

BT

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1. Re: looking hotel near airport & shopping mall.

You could use Ahuja Residency at Gurgaon and the Ambience Mall nearby or Imperial Palace in Phase 2 of DLF City Gurgaon and reach all the Malls such as Sahara, DLF City, Sahara.

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2. Re: looking hotel near airport & shopping mall.

Hi You can use Hotel Lohmod in Mahipalpur. Its near to airport and Ambience Mall and DLF Mall at Vasant Kunj.

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3. Re: looking hotel near airport & shopping mall.

One of the best choice is to spent your night at Hotel Radisson Blu Plaza just add some buck for 5 * accommodation otherwise Hotel Ramhan & Hotel Delhi Aeorocity for 3* & Hotel Eurostar International for low budget and will comfortable ....

Enjoy !

TW

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4. Re: looking hotel near airport & shopping mall.

Hi - You can also check for Hotel Le Seasons near Airport and Hotel 1589 City Mark in Gurgaon ( 15 mins drive from Airport ).

Hotel 1589 City Mark is a good hotel it will suit in your budget too.

Regards,

Arun

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5. Re: looking hotel near airport & shopping mall.

thanks to all.

Is Dwarka nearer than Gurgaon from airport? For taxi service, what will be the best option a single woman? Prepaid or professional taxi service like meru etc.

Radisson dwarka is asking 1600 for one way taxi fare. Looking for alternative. Hotel price is around 4k.

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BT

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6. Re: looking hotel near airport & shopping mall.

Don't take the taxi from the hotel they are charging too much

Instead take a Radio cab from the airport it would be much cheaper and reliable option, the cabs are air-conditioned and the drivers are well behaved and English speaking

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7. Re: looking hotel near airport & shopping mall.

Ambience mall is 20min away from the airport. There are a large number of hotels near the airport on NH8 but quality may be questionable. Check the reviews for hotels in Mahipalpur and decide.

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8. Re: looking hotel near airport & shopping mall.

Dwarka within Delhi city limits and Gurgaon across the border in neighbouring state. Gurgaon more convenient. for malls and choice of hotels.

Ahuja Residency should cost about Rs3250,while Imperial Palace about Rs2000. You could use Meru,Easy Cabs and this should cost you about Rs600.

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9. Re: looking hotel near airport & shopping mall.

There is another option ' Hotel City Park' ... this is right on the Highway and the Ambience Mall is just minutes away. T

he Airport is 15 minutes drive from the hotel and you should be able to get a Prepaid taxi just outside the Arrival Gates. They are both cheaper and safe.

Cheers !!!

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