Tasteful and warm, our selection of serviced Noida Suites are spread over three floors and setting new standards of quality in Indian hospitality, boasting the luxuries of a premium hotel but with the comforts and privacy of a home. All in all, these serviced apartments are the perfect choice for your stay in India.
Each of the carefully designed suites overlooks a lively atrium that houses a bar and communal area. Inside, each room features many thoughtful details and amenities to enable a comfortable and relaxing stay; from bright and airy colours to dark marble flooring and homely furnishings. The fitted kitchen is more than capable of preparing succulent and delicious meals - complete with an integrated dining area to host guests. You can kick back with a flat screen television after a hard day or simply curl up in the soft linen of the glorious bedroom. Be sure to take advantage of the onsite communal amenities such as the fitness centre and swimming pool that will keep you in shape and test your endurance. Wi-Fi is also included to keep you connected to all aspects of your life, from the professional to the personal.
All of the rooms are safe and secure thanks to an intercom system and staff that are on-call 24/7. The professional staff will be happy to assist you with any issues and queries. Finally, there is efficient wheelchair access for those that require it.
Located in the heart of Uttar Pradesh, this property is walking distance from the metro station, with all major markets and shopping malls (such as Center Stage mall and Great India Place) being located a maximum ten minutes’ drive away.
The transport links and markets make it ideal for shopping and exploring the state of Uttar Pradesh. Known as one of the most populous states and the one that has provided India with eight Prime Ministers, it is also well known for its divrse flora and fauna specimens.
With all this and more to be explored, guests can be assured that here is where a real slice of India can be enjoyed. The Taj Mahal can also be found in the state; one of India's national symbols.