Plan a perfect office trip to Delhi
A guide to everything from what to see to the best place to stay
We understand how office trips are, especially to a fast-paced city like Delhi. These trips are so much about work that people don’t even consider what to see in Delhi or check out any new attractions to visit. Delhi is also one of the significant tourist places in India and has tons of great hotels. However, during a business trip, hotels are only considered for stay. So, how about taking an unconventional route here?
While office trips are mostly about work, adding some leisure time to them can help employees have a refreshing experience. You can make it a team activity and plan what attractions you can visit, list down new places to see or choose the best place to stay in Delhi.
Here are some of the things that can help you plan the perfect office trip.
Pick the best hotel for you
Delhi is one of the tourism hubs of India and finding hotels in a city like Delhi can be puzzling. A great way to pick the best place to stay in Delhi is to narrow down your search to the essentials. The Leela Ambience Convention Hotel is designed to deliver comfort and facilities. As one of the largest convention centre hotels in the capital, it is the perfect place to house meetings and conferences. Host your meetings and events with state-of-the-art business facilities at your disposal.
Apart from work, the hotel also caters to your comfort needs. The Leela Ambience Convention Hotel offers modern rooms, vast fine-dining options and a fitness centre. There’s also a swimming pool and a spa for relaxing after a hectic workday.
Explore delicious cuisines
The restaurants at The Leela offer traditional South Asian Dishes, Chinese and Western dishes throughout the day. But if you want to explore beyond the hotel, there a lot of options close to The Leela Ambience Convention Hotel, Delhi as well.
Discover enchanting dishes in the capital of India. Sample parathas, chaats and other savoury goods as you stroll through the streets absorbing its culture. Give your taste buds the flavours of local spices and sweets like deep-fried jalebis, or cool off by sipping of a creamy, cold Lassi. The food in Delhi is almost like an attraction for visitors. Some people visit the city just for its food.
One of the top attractions in Delhi is shopping. As one of the major cities of India, Delhi offers shoppers everything from traditional handicraft to new fashion clothing. A great reason to turn a day of your office trip into a day of gallivanting, having fun and buying some memorabilia.
Some of the best spots to shop are Karol Baugh Market, Palika Bazaar, Connaught Place, Dilli Haat and Khan Market. You could also explore top malls lie Pacific Mall, DLF mall and ambience mall. Guests at The Leela can speak to our staff for more information.
While hotels in Delhi are reasonably equipped with entertainment, food and more, it’s always a good idea to explore. In India, work-life can be quite hectic, and some team building activities can be relaxing for the mind and a mood changer. What’s wrong with some fun and games, right? Be it Old or New Delhi, the city has loads of fun things to do as a team. There are activities like the Mystery Room where you have to work as a team to time-bound solve puzzles. How exciting! You could even visit places like Smaash that offer a gaming arena clubbed with food and partying. Such places truly provide a refreshing experience.
This is how you can fit-in some leisure activities on your office trip to Delhi. This guide is our answer to what to see or the best place to stay in Delhi. You could also get in touch with us for information on stay and more.
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