The Leela Ambience Convention Hotel, 1, CBD,
Maharaja Surajmal Road, Delhi.
The venue of the Conference is at The Leela Ambience Convention Hotel , Delhi. The Leela Ambience Convention Hotel, Delhi (formerly known as Kempinski Ambience Hotel Delhi), is strategically located near the historic Old Delhi as well as the central business districts of Delhi, Ghaziabad and Noida. The hotel is a landmark for both business and leisure travelers in the city
The Leela Ambience Convention Hotel, Delhi offers 480 rooms and suites; 70,000 square feet of multi-purpose meeting and banqueting space, including a pillar-less ballroom a with pre function area in excess of 30,000 square feet. One of the largest in a luxury hotel in India, the ballroom can accommodate more than 6000 guests in a cocktail format and 2500 in theatre-style. The Ballroom can be divided into 5 smaller rooms with flexible seating and adjacent to the Ballroom are 4 VIP guest rooms which are used as break away areas. The hotel also offers a second ballroom with an area of 3500 square feet and an exclusive 1100 square feet outdoor patio, 2 exclusive boardrooms and 3 meeting rooms.
Two exclusively appointed business centres at the hotel, comprising of 7 additional boardrooms compliment the convention facilities, on the ground level. Each of these business centres on the second floor is equipped with state of the art LED screens, world class office equipment and personalised executive service.
The hotel is a 45-minute drive from the Delhi airport, and is well connected via wide and planned road network including the National Highway 8. The luxury hotel is also conveniently connected to the city via Delhi Metro.
FACTS ABOUT THE HOTEL
The Leela Ambience Convention Hotel, Delhi at a glance. Offers 480 guestrooms and suites spread over eight of the hotel’s 12 floors.
- 409 Premier Rooms
- 46 Premier Rooms With Balcony
- 12 Executive suites
- 12 Deluxe suites
- 1 Presidential suite
- 12 meeting rooms and 2 ballrooms
- 3 restaurants and 1 bar
- Two temperature controlled outdoor swimming-pools, two fitness centers with steam and sauna
- Shanaya Spa
- In room state-of-the-art technology
Indira Gandhi International Airport
Delhi Junction Railway Station
For further information, please visit: www.theleela.com
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