Guests Enjoy Hotel's Proximity to Rudrapur Temples and Parks
Ideally situated at the crossroads of the Delhi-Nainital and Khatima-Panipat highways, the Radisson Blu stands out among hotels near intriguing Rudrapur attractions. Families on holiday or business travellers who want to explore the area can easily access a variety of Uttarakhand temples, hill stations and Jim Corbett National Park. As an added bonus, the Radisson Blu Hotel is only 11 kilometres from the regional airport Pantnagar.
Radisson Blu Hotel in Rudrapur is near the following attractions:
- Atariya Goddess Temple (2 km)
Each year, hundreds of devotees visit the Atariya Goddess Temple, home of the annual nine-night, 10-day Navaratri festival.
- Chaiti Devi Temple (2.5 km)
For a breathtaking view of the Himalayas, visit Chaiti Devi, which is covered in hundreds of bronze bells. This destination is one of Kashipur's most historic temples.
- Nainital (79 km)
Dotted with five lakes – Nainital, Bhimtal, Naukuchiatal, Khurpatal and Sattal – Nainital has earned its "Lake District" epithet. Enjoy the view from this hill station that sits 1,938 metres above sea level.
- Bhimtal (64 km)
Bhimtal Lake, with a small island at its centre, is this area's main attraction. It sits 1,375 metres above sea level.
- Jim Corbett National Park (80 km)
Covering 521 square kilometres, Jim Corbett National Park has the distinction of being the oldest national park in India. The park is home to 488 species of plants, 585 types of birds and a multitude of other animal species.