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Gurgaon is one of the most important commercial hubs in the National Capital Region (NCR). The city is located around 32 km south west from New Delhi and was rapidly urbanised after the establishment of Maruti Suzuki in the 70s. Today, the city boasts of housing over 250 Fortune 500 companies. Gurgaon boasts of an excellent transportation system by road, rail and air. The Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway and National Highway 8 connect the city to neighbouring states. The Gurugram Railway Station serves as the main railway hub for the city and is operated by the Northern Railways. The Indira Gandhi International Airport is shared by both New Delhi and Gurgaon. The city also boasts two metro lines, run by the Delhi Metro and Rapid Metro, which makes commutes much shorter. Gurgaon sees a number of tourists here on business and a number of accommodation options have come up around the city to make them feel welcome. If you’re looking for comfortable accommodation at competitive prices, choose from a number of three-star hotels in Gurgaon. These hotels are ideal for businessmen, families on a budget and couples. They’re normally located near major business hubs, commercial areas, and expressways and offer spacious accommodation with well-appointed rooms and quality amenities. Most 3-star hotels in Gurgaon normally feature medium-sized in-house restaurants where you can enjoy every meal. Room service and bellhop availability may vary according to the hotel. They also offer valet parking, fitness centres and rec rooms to make their guests’ stay more comfortable. Travellers who are either on business or casual travel will find plenty to do at Gurgaon. For a little shopping or to catch a new movie, you can visit the Ambience Mall, DLF Cyber City, MGF Metropolitan Mall, and DLF Mega Mall. Explore the city by visiting attractions like the Vintage Camera Museum, Sai Ka Angan Temple, Kingdom of Dreams, Sheetla Mata Mandir, Qutub Khan’s Tomb, Leisure Valley Park, Sultanpur National Park, Tau Devi Lal Bio Diversity Park, and the Basai Wetlands.
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