Hotel Vivanta By Taj Dwarka


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Adjacent to the Sector 21 Metro station, the hotel is well connected to the heart of the city. A short 15 min drive westwards leads to the domestic and international airport terminals, onward to the business-cum-entertainment city of Gurgaon. Drive 20 min eastwards and land in Lutyens' Delhi – the heart and soul of the capital.



Mirroring the generosity of the capital city, the hotel sits on 7 acres leading into a 6000 square feet progressive lobby with suspended chandeliers and dramatic design flourishes – that just goes on and on and on. With dramatic interplays of light, space and fixtures, it's as contemporary as they come. With feature walls, an Onyx elevator section and Pod seats.



The glazing design makes use of a diagonal grid, inspired by the intricate and yet consistent geometrical patterns found in Indian craft and art. Add to that a work and play Rhythm lounge, a well-equipped business center, and convention and soiree spaces across more than 15,000 sq ft, both indoor and outdoor, topped by a massive ballroom Tango that stands tall at 27 feet.



Chiseled good looks, avant garde interiors, breathe easy outdoors, green pockets, generosity of space and light, bursts of quintessential Vivanta surprises like state of the art meeting rooms, interpretive installations, social venues & interesting reading and lounging nooks present you with an address that is just so more.



Come experience the borderless potential for the corporate nomads who feel at home in any of its 250 rooms and suites. Offering a vibrant range of food and beverage option, a Jiva Spa, outdoor pool and a modern fitness centre (complete with a salon).



Keeping with its tradition Vivanta by Taj - Dwarka offers a variety of food and beverage options through Creo - the all day dining multi dimensional restaurant that also showcases Italian cuisine, a Teppanyaki table, 3 private dining spaces and floor to ceiling wine walls. Then there's the provincial cuisine of pre-independence Punjab traversed at Indus Express. Take off at Tipple - the trendy and energetic bar. Or land your sweet tooth at Caramel - the tempting deli that packs many surprises.