About the hotel
Just a few minutes drive away from the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway, weaving together unstinting luxury and comfort, Hotel Crossroads situated behind ITI College at Sector - 15, Part - II is one of the most preferred 3-star hotels in Gurgaon. Renowned for being the ideal stop for both, business and leisure travellers, this hotel is located about 2.3 km from Gurgaon bus stand sector - 12, 4 km from IFFCO Chowk metro station, 5.3 km from Gurgaon railway station, 32 km from New Delhi railway station, and 17 km from Indira Gandhi International airport.
The hotel offers 41 luxurious rooms and suites with elegant interiors and modern comforts like air-conditioning, satellite television, wi-fi access, tea/coffee making facility, minibar, bottled drinking water, wardrobe, work desk and chair and attached bath with toiletries. Experience a sumptuous treat of delicious multi-cuisine delicacies at The Food Junction, one of the best restaurants in Gurgaon. Moreover, the Gohan restaurant and bar serves wholesome Japanese cuisines, and a range of drinks and a boutique tea lounge known as Tranquilitea caters to the guests with an elaborate menu of tea. Rejuvenate your body and soul at the state-of-the-art gym and exotic Spa. Spacious wedding and event halls make the property an ideal destination for hosting events.
Some interesting places to visit in Gurgaon are the Museum of Folk and Tribal Art, Heritage Transport Museum, Leisure Valley Park, Keplers Observatory, Kingdom of Dreams, Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary, Appu Ghar Water Park, Aravalli Biodiversity Park, and NeverEnuf Garden Railway infotainment park to name a few.
Shopping in Gurgaon is an enthralling experience at the many contemporary malls. Besides this, there are plenty of exciting things to do in Gurgaon like ice-skating at Ambience Mall, rock-climbing and hot-air balloon ride at Damdama Lake, sky karting at Smaaash, power-paragliding in Sohna, paramotoring at the golf course, and karting at F9. While September to March is the best time to visit Gurgaon, avoid travelling in January as the weather tends to get too cold and foggy.