We are located in the heart of Gurgaon, its a beautiful room with nice and open surrounding.
- Golf Course Road
- City Centre Sector 29
- Metro Station
- M.G. Road
32 inches LCD TV's
Luxurious Furnishings And Decor Rivalling Any 3-Star Hotel
Full Sized Work Desk
Climate Control AC's
About my city :
There are leisure parks like Leisure Valley Park and Kingdom of Dreams situated in sec 29. Spread over an area of about 25 acres (100,000 m2), It is a popular tourist attraction known for its greenery and musical fountains.
Ambience Mall, Gurgaon
MGF Metropolitan Mall,MG Road,Gurgaon
There are over 40 malls in Gurgaon city. Notable amongst them are the Ambience Mall (near the Gurgaon-Delhi toll plaza), Sahara Mall, Metropolitan Mall, City Centre Mall and Plaza Mall, (all on the MG Road, also known as the Mall Road), Wedding Mall (near Sohna Road). Newly opened Star Mall (on NH-8, near 32nd milestone) and Omaxe Mall (Sohna Road) are also drawing attention. In March 2008, the state administration mandated that all malls and shopping centers should be closed one day per week in order to conserve electricity and help traffic flow. Consequently, all malls and shopping centers are closed on Tuesday.
Restaurants and pubs
With a growing working population and increasing disposable income, Gurgaon has seen rapid growth in the restaurant industry. Fast food joints such as KFC, McDonalds and Pizza Hut, as well as premium restaurants such as Bikanerwala, Haldiram's, Pind Baluchi, Coriander Leaf, Rodeo, Diya, China Club, Mainland China, Zinos and Punjabi by Nature, have seen great public response. Food Courts with multiple outlets are a common feature of shopping malls in the city. Local dhabas like Machan and Zaika are also popular.
The legal age for alcohol consumption in Gurgaon is 25 years, which has also resulted in the sprouting up of several nightclubs and wine bars in the city. The Haryana Government permits running of no-frills drinking places locally referred to as "ahata", usually located besides liquor retail outlet. These drinking places are cheaper and stripped down version of swanky bars & restaurants thereby enabling poorer sections of the society to enjoy their drink for a relatively very lower spending.
 Local cuisine
Haryana is famous for its cattle wealth. There is no dearth of milk and milk products in the cuisine of Haryana. People prepare ghee and butter, called tindi or nooni ghee, at home. In weddings, it is customary for people to give gifts prepared from ghee to the bride's family. Buttermilk, Lassi and tea are common drinks.