The Oberoi, Gurgaon

The Oberoi, Gurgaon
Hotel chain Oberoi Hotels & Resorts
General information
Location Gurgaon

443 Udyog Vihar, Phase V,

Gurgaon, Haryana 122,016
Coordinates 28°30′08″N 77°05′18″E / 28.50217°N 77.088228°E / 28.50217; 77.088228Coordinates: 28°30′08″N 77°05′18″E / 28.50217°N 77.088228°E / 28.50217; 77.088228 [1]
Opening 12 April 2011
Cost 4 billion (US$58 million)[2]
Height 21m
Technical details
Floor count 6
Floor area 60,000m2
Other information
Number of rooms 202
Number of suites 15
Number of restaurants 2
The Oberoi, Gurgaon

The Oberoi, Gurgaon is a luxury hotel in Gurgaon, the business hub on the outskirts of capital New Delhi. Owned by Gurgaon-based developers Orbit Resorts the owner is Parkash Singh Badal and managed by The Oberoi Hotels & Resorts chain, it was built at a cost of 4 billion (US$58 million) and opened on 13 April 2011 catering mainly to business travellers. The hotel is situated right next to the Trident Hotel property close to NH-8, also under a management contract with Orbit Resorts.[2][3]

In January 2012, it became the first Indian luxury hotel to be named, "the World's Leading Luxury Hotel for 2011", at the annual 'World Travel Awards', the Oscars of the travel and tourism business.[4][5] Previously in December 2011, CNNGo named it amongst, "11 Indian hotels to visit in 2012".[6]

The hotel restaurants include the 24-hour multi-cuisine Threesixtyone and Amaranta which serves speciality coastal Indian cuisine. The property also has a bar termed as 'The Piano Bar', a cigar lounge and a spa.[7]

Design and construction

The Oberoi Gurgaon was designed by Singapore-based architects RSP Architects Planner and Engineers Pte. Ltd. and was built in the period of four years by New Delhi-based civil contractors, B.L. Kashyap & Sons in association with glazing contractors URE-Quattro. Other designers for the hotel included PLA of Bangkok (Landscape), Lim Teo Wilkes of Kuala Lumpur (Interiors) and Aurecon Facades of Singapore (Glazing Design). The design for the hotel was shortlisted for the worst Hotel Design in the built projects category at the 2012 edition of the World Architecture Festival held in Singapore.


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