True to its name, "RKG's Hotel Divine Inn" offers the perfect abode to both the business and pleasure traveler. Located in one of south Delhi’s most exclusive residential areas, Hotel Divine is a mere 40-minute drive from both the international and domestic airport. The hotel is at a highly accessible location for those looking to do business in Delhi's business district, Nehru Place, Pragati Maidan International Trade Fair, Okhla and Noida Export Promotion Zone and those interested in exploring Delhi’s touristic charms such as the Qutab Minar, Bahai Temple, India Gate to name a few. There are shops in the neighborhood of the hotel, but for the more serious shopper, a host of shopping options are within a 15-20 minute drive.
Akshardham temple, also known as Delhi Akshardham or Swaminarayan Akshardham, was inspired and moderated by Pramukh Swami Maharaj. The word Akshardham means the eternal, divine abode of the supreme God, the adobe of eternal values and virtues of Akshar which is defined in the Vedas and Upnishads. At this temple, you can visit mandir, a giant screen film on an 85' x 65' screen, musical fountain, garden etc.
Bahai House of Worship is one of the prominent attractions of Delhi that serves as the Mother Temple of the Indian subcontinent. The temple is made of marble, cement, sand and dolomite which looks like a lotus flower with 27 freestanding petals. It represents the faith of Bahai and it was founded by Baha'ullah - an independent world religion.
India Gate is one of the most important monuments of the city which has built in the commemoration of about 80,000 Indian soldiers who have sacrificed their lives during World War I. This monument was designed by Edwin Lutyens, the famous architect. At India Gate, there is also another memorial - the Amar Jawan Jyoti which was later added after Independence. India Gate is situated at Rajpath 42m high and it is one of the most popular relaxation areas during summer evenings.
Qutub Minar was founded by Qutub-ud-din Aibak in 1199 AD and his successor and son-in-law Shamsu'd-Din-Iitutmish. This monument is the highest stone tower in India standing at 72.5 meters (237.8ft). This is another great masterpiece of Mughal architecture.
Red Fort is originally known as Qila-e-Mualla or Lal Qila that was constructed by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. This fort has two main entrances i.e. Lahori Gate and Delhi Gate. Every year, the prime minister of India hoists the national flag on 15th August and addresses the whole nation. Whenever you go Red Fort, you must see Lahori gate, Chatta Chowk, Naubat or Naqqar Khana.