Hotel guests stay near the Buddh International Circuit
Take a break from work for a little play during your visit at the Radisson Blu Hotel Greater Noida. Tee off at Jaypee Greens, a local golf course, or treat your inner child to a day of fun at Worlds of Wonder. Famous sights like Akshardham Temple, Connaught Place and India Gate are all a convenient drive from our hotel. In addition, the Buddh International Circuit (Formula 1 Track) is only 12 kilometres away.
Greater Noida Golf Course - 3 km
This 18-hole course is the only one in the country designed by Greg Norman, setting new standards for championship golf with several lakes and dynamic, undulating grounds.
India Exposition Mart Ltd - 5 km
Hosting company events, trade shows and industry exhibitions, the India Expo Mart is a short drive from our property.
Buddh International Circuit (Formula 1) - 12 km
A creation of the famous German racetrack designer, Herman Tilke, Buddh International seats about 100,000 spectators for premiere Formula 1 racing.
Worlds of Wonder - 30 km
Travelling with children? Escape to Worlds of Wonder for a day of fun for the whole family. It's one of the largest amusement parks in Asia and is located in Noida's Great India Place Mall.
Akshardham Temple - 35 km
As the most popular attraction in Delhi, the beautiful Akshardham Temple offers a look into the rich culture and architecture of India.
Lotus Temple - 40 km
Resembling a blossoming lotus flower, this Baha’i temple is made of marble, dolomite and cement.
Connaught Place - 45 km
Visit Connaught Place, or CP, in New Delhi to explore attractions like Hanuman Mandir, an ancient temple and site of continuous chanting listed in Guinness World Records; Jantar Mantar, a collection of 18th-century architectural astronomy instruments; and Janpath Road shopping.
India Gate - 45 km
Honouring the Indians who gave their lives during World War I, the India Gate stands in the centre of New Delhi as one of the most popular attractions in the NCR.
Taj Mahal - 178 km
Less than two hours away via the Yamuna Expressway, the marbled Taj Mahal was built by Emperor Shah Jahan for his beloved wife, Queen Mumtaz Mahal.