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What We Love

  • Leafy grounds with an infinity pool
  • Two restaurants for North Indian dishes and international cuisine
  • The 18,500-square-foot Jiva Spa offers ayurvedic treatments

What To Know

  • Free parking and WiFi for up to two devices
  • A 45-minute drive south of New Delhi
  • The walk-in wine cellar stores 1,200 bottles
  • Free WiFi for up to two devices

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Overview

Peaceful retreat south of New Delhi with a huge ayurvedic spa, two restaurants and a walk-in wine cellar

The Lowdown

A 45-minute drive south of New Delhi, this luxe retreat is a modern escape close to the 10th-century Surajkund Lake. The property fans out around a grand central courtyard, with lush lawns and synchronized water features, and the 287 guestrooms feature polished wood floors, private balconies and Art Deco–style furniture. Book a Premium Temptation Suite for a separate living room and a private balcony. The marble-clad bathrooms are equally opulent, with oversize bathtubs, walk-in rain showers and Forest Essentials beauty products. Feast on traditional North Indian fare at Paranda, tuck into international dishes at Oasis, dine on light bites by the pool at Celsius, or treat yourself to a private dining experience anywhere on the grounds. The hotel offers a wine selection of 1,200 bottles stored in an impressive walk-in cellar. Relax with a glass of bubbly at Easy, the low-lit lobby bar or with an exfoliating Spice Rub at the sprawling 18,500-square-foot Jiva Spa.

In the Area

In Delhi stock up on quality teas at Mehar Chand and Sons, a local institution dating back to 1917 where the expert staff will happily guide you through the myriad blends on sale. Next, stop for lunch at Karim’s, a small, inexpensive restaurant with an excellent reputation for its North Indian cuisine — try the kofta (lamb meatballs) or the nihari (beef stew). Round off your day with a life-changing session at the world famous Prerna School of Inspiration; choose between meditation, reiki and crystal healing classes.

How to Get There

Vivanta by Taj – Surajkund, NCR
Shooting Range Road, Suraj Rund
Faridabad, 1210001 India

Reviews

Excellent customer service
BigMoneyLiam

My stay vivanta Surajkund was great praveen and his team at the travel desk were extremely helpful to me and even went out of there way sometimes to see that I got what I needed and got to where I needed to be. Overall good experience.

Worstest experience
amits689

Worstest experience of any of taj group I have ever visited, in Tis hotel to raise the foot fall, they have sacrificed the brand name, the service, the Management, the cleanliness.. is worst then a road side dhaba. The quality of staff, the cleanliness in room, the service.. all are to the lowest level. Even a one star hotel has better management staff.

Truly hospitable, spacious, gracious hotel and staff, in a beautiful location
Lalita R

The check in was welcoming; the staff, I think it was Amit Dixit, explained about Surajkund and advised me to go early, before it was dark , as I was alone. Sandeep took me to my room, explaining each location in great detail [but I still got lost later, as the hotel is in two portions, one lift going up to 6th floor, and another tower with the lift going up to 10 floors].
There are rooms with balconies styled like Surajkund steps, which were more expensive. I got a pool view room, overlooking the Surajkund ground, which was also spacious, well laid out, and pretty luxurious.
In housekeeping, Sourav was attentive and places extra water for me; Reema placed a yoga mat for me, once she realised I do some yoga in the room.
The young housekeeping supervisor, Shivani, went out of her way to make me comfortable, especially as I was feeling a bit nervous initially. She showed me around the hotel, and placed some amenities that I needed: very efficient and welcoming staff, overall.
The hotel is just opposite the historic Surajkund, well worth the walk, and to see the village where arts and crafts mela is held around February every year.
Oasis restaurant serves buffet breakfast and dinner; very well decorated, and the food quality is well worth the money. All the staff are attentive, and if requested for refills, they do not inform 'self service'; they immediately attend very politely.
Paranda, the punjabi restaurant is decorated ethnically. Staff are very polite, especially Manoj, and chef Mukesh helped me by serving food as soon as possible, as I was hungry after I arrived. The decor, and even the cutlery is unique.