Refreshing interiors and landscaped gardens. Centrally air conditioned hotel offering 55 rooms and suites with a large banquet and meeting center, business center, multi-cuisine coffee shop, fitness center and swimming pool.
The hotel is the first eco-friendly, all-vegetarian, five-star hotel, and the second largest Country Inn & Suites in the world.
This is one of the best malls in NCR. This is in Gaziabad but just touching sec-62 Noida you can visit this mall.
Once a small shop selling shikanji, this is today a full fledged stop.
Ghaziabad is filled with flea markets like Turab Nagar and Ganta Ghar.
The place was founded in 1740 by the vizir, Ghazi-ud-din, who called it ''Ghaziuddinnagar'' after himself and built a spacious sarai consisting of 120 rooms of masonry with pointed arches. Only the gate, a few portions of the boundary wall and a massive pillar about fourteen feet in height remains now, the precincts now being inhabited. His masoleum still stands in the city but is in a bad state of preservation. The Jat raja, Surajmal was killed near the city by the Rohillas in 1763. An encounter between the freedom fighters and a small British force took place here in May, 1857, in which the former were defeated while trying to hold the Hindon. After the opening of a railway line, the name of the place was shortened to Ghaziabad. Before 14 November 1976 Ghaziabad was the ''Tehsil of District Meerut''. The then chief minister Mr. N.D.Tiwari decalered Ghaziabad as a district on 14 November 1976, on the birth anniversary of Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru, the first prime minister of India. From then Ghaziabad has moved forward leaps and bounds on the social, economic, agriculture and individual front. Ghaziabad, the headquarter of the district of the same name, lies on the Grand Trunk road about a mile east of the Hindon river, 19 km east of Delhi and 46 km southwest of Meerut with which it is connected by a metalled road. The development is marked by malls all over the city.