Hotel in Faridabad, India - Hotel Hill View (3 Star)
About Hotel Hill View|
Adjacent to the magnificent ancient ruins of Surajkund - a few minutes drive from the majestic and historical Tughlakabad Fort, stands a marvel of modern architecture, the grand and opulent - Hotel Hill View. It is an ideal sanctuary for the traveller and the revellers offering gracious hospitality, backed by international standards in style & comfort.
The hotel hosts a total of 120 well-appointed and centrally air-conditioned suites and rooms. Each suite is aesthetically designed to suit the need of the discerning traveller. The suites consist of two separate bedrooms and lounge for privacy, ease and comfort, complete with amenities, which are ideal for conferences, family and groups. The spacious suites and rooms have a very scenic overview of the green surroundings amidst which the hotel is located. All suites have a lounge and own pantry. Selected suites have Jacuzzi for relaxation, 24 hours room service and Butler service on request.
The Rock Side is simply for food lovers. As the name suggests, the restaurant is surrounded by a rocky landscape that gives a feeling of adventure, a multi-cuisine restaurant that offer delectable fare chosen with care for the most demanding of gourmets with a palate for global delicacies. The restaurant serves top class food in a rich ambience that recreates the colourful work of the famous French artist " Gaugin " A master painter renowned for his use of vibrant earthy colours & ethnic subjects.
Yes! You guessed it right. The Krazy Bar is a truly 'KRAZY' world of psychedelic interior, set in an intriguing & imaginative combination of emeralds green & turquoise blue with a zebra striped entrance. It is An ideal place for the jet set to let their hair down and enjoy.
Conference and Banquet Facilities
The Royal Room
The formal regalia and the princely decor do wonders to the Royal Room. Suitable for all kinds of meetings, conventions & forums, equipped with feature specific audiovisual equipment. The Royal Room cashes on the benefits of extra space to cater to 350 guests
The GrandlBall Room
The Grand Ballroom exudes, a feeling of grandeur and luxury of an erstwhile era. With a capacity of 800 guests it gives a regal touch to any reception, wedding & social gathering. The well-lit interiors with huge chandeliers lend a truly royal aura.
The hotel has banquet halls ideally suited for marriages, reception and gala dinners. Good food, prompt service and courtesy are the hallmark of the hotel. Special decor, thematic setups are organized to suit to the need.
Professional handling and customer satisfaction is the motto at Hill View.
Recreation and Health Facilities:
Achiever's Club a state-of-the-art health club is the newest addition at Hotel Hill View. It's location has the unique advantage of being away from the populated area but with in the city limits, an ideal ambience for the health smart achievers.
The Health Club provides qualified and professional trainers with Individual Fitness. Assessment Facility to allocate result oriented training programs for your complete health and fitness.
The Health Club Facility is tailor-made keeping in mind the profile of the users and the facility offers a specific equipment selection of the cybex (AMERICAN) Fitness Equipment.
Body Shaping Strength Training Equipment.
Computerized Cardio-vascular Equipment.
Tread Mills, Cycles, Cross Trainers, Stepper etc.
HEALTH CLUB ALSO OFFERS:
Individual Program Counselling & Exercise Prescription
Fitness Assessment Facility
Shower & Locker Facility
Remedial facility of sauna, stream, Jacuzzi & Massage
Outdoor swimming pool
A poolside restaurant promoting low calorie food
About eight kilometres from New Delhi in the state of Haryana lies the village of Surajkund. As spring glides in, full of warmth and vibrancy leaving the cold and grey winter behind, Surajkund dons itself in colourful traditional crafts of India. Craftsmen from all over the country assemble here during the first fortnight of February for an annual fair known as Surajkund Crafts Mela.
This picturesque site, surrounded by the Aravalli range, is enlivened with the arrival of master craftsmen from different parts of the country in the month of February. As one enters the mela, one is greeted by a 'living' Indian village. The uneven, unpaved paths lead to innumerable thatched platforms that provide glimpses of the exquisite and skilful paintings, textiles, wood stock, ivory work, pottery, terracotta, stonework, papier-mâché, lac work and cane and grass work. There is an amazing variety and diversity in each craft. As one moves into this colourful world of Indian handicrafts many beautiful and intricate paintings catch the eye. At one stall you will find Kalamkari, which is done on cloth with a swab dipped in paint and given a fine point. The hairline fineness of lines in each painting tells the story of the deep devotion of the painter to this art form. Mythological tales of religious figures and local deities are themes depicted on these wall hangings.