Radisson Blu Hotel Greater Noida

Things to Do in Greater Noida


The Radisson Blu Hotel in Greater Noida is the closest hotel to the India Expo Centre and offers an easy commute for shoppers headed to nearby malls like Omaxe Connaught Place. For an even closer shopping experience, just cross the street to peruse the stores at The Grand Venice mall. After a conference at our on-site meeting facilities, you can unwind with a movie at the mall’s cinema, a round of golf at Jaypee Greens Golf Course or a trip to the magnificent Akshardham temple. Our hotel is also just 15 minutes from exciting motorsports at Buddh International Circuit.


  • The Grand Venice – 400 m
    Known for its cinema, this shopping complex also offers retail stores like Puma and Big Bazaar as well as restaurants like Chicago Pizza and Karim’s. Be sure to take a Venice-style gondola ride, a popular attraction that winds throughout the mall.
    Tel: +91 120-4033333
  • MSX Mall – 1.5 km
    Home to the popular five-screen INOX Multiplex, the MSX Mall in Greater Noida is also known for its variety of restaurants, including Haldiram’s.
  • Ansal Plaza – 2.8 km
    Ansal Plaza, the first planned retail center in Great Noida, features more than 80 shops, restaurants and entertainment venues. The center also hosts concerts and fashion shows throughout the year.
  • India Expo Centre – 4.7 km
    Also known as India Expo Mart, this 58-acre complex in Knowledge Park II offers a smart combination of convention and exhibition space, transportation facilities, retail stores and dining venues.
    Tel: +91 120-2328011
  • Omaxe Connaught Place – 6 km
    This immense shopping mall and entertainment complex boasts a state-of-the-art cinema, numerous dining options and amusement rides for children.
    Tel: +91 1800 102 0064
  • The Great India Place – 27.7 km
    One of the nation’s largest shopping malls, the award-winning Great India Place is home to more than 260 stores, from shops with international clothing brands to retail outlets with home goods and decor.
    Tel: +91 120-4650300


  • Stellar Children's Museum – 3.6 km
    Let your children’s imaginations run wild at Stellar, where they can race cars, make music on the tube chimes and go on an archaeological dig.
    Tel: +91 120-4647501
  • Worlds of Wonder – 27.7 km
    Whether you want to spin on the Mega Disco, race down the Turbo Tunnel waterslide or take a few laps on the go-kart track, this amusement park has more than 40 thrill rides and water attractions to keep everyone entertained.
    Tel: +91 1800-1031415


  • Jaypee Greens Golf Course – 2.2 km
    Designed by Greg Norman, this 18-hole course offers lush green fairways lined by palm trees. You can admire the beautiful free-form ponds as you walk the fairways throughout the 452-acre course.
    Tel: +91 120-2326725
  • Buddh International Circuit (BIC) – 13 km
    As the closest hotel to BIC, the Radisson Blu makes an excellent home base for visiting this five-kilometer race circuit designed by Herman Tilke. The venue offers tours and driving events that let you participate in the track’s excitement.
    Tel: +91 120-4429498
  • Surajpur Bird Sanctuary – 14 km
    Part of the Surajpur Wetland & Natural Forest, this sanctuary appeals to serious birders with its more than 180 species, including a variety of waterfowl. For the best bird watching, schedule a trip during the migration season from October to March.


  • Noida Film City – 28 km
    Spanning more than 100 acres, Film City is a well-known destination for professionals in the television and film industry. The complex contains acting schools, studios, and indoor and outdoor soundstages.
    Tel: +91 1800-1026066
  • Akshardham – 35 km
    This Hindu temple complex sits on the banks of the Yamuna River and showcases 10,000 years of Indian culture and spiritual tradition.
    Tel: +91 114-3442344
  • Taj Mahal – 183 km
    Plan a day trip to Agra to see the Taj Mahal, one of the world’s greatest architectural masterpieces. Situated on the Yamuna River, this ivory-white mausoleum was completed in 1648 as a tribute to the wife of Mughal emperor Shah Jahan.