After almost 2 years, Business Travel has regained its momentum since the beginning of 2022 and the revival seems to be stronger than ever. As per the IMARC Group, the Indian business travel market reached a value of US$ 31.7 Billion in 2021 and is expected to reach US$ 55.2 Billion by 2027, exhibiting a CAGR of 8.1% during 2022-2027.
Recently, CNBC (a popular business news channel in the United States) allied with Statista (a German company specializing in market and consumer data) to produce rankings of the “Best Hotels for Business Travelers” based on a 3-step process, analyzing more than 10,000 four- and five-star hotels in 117 locations across the globe to come up with a list that corporate travelers can trust.
Amongst the top 3 Business Hotels in New Delhi, is the oldest and the most charming property of the Radisson Hotels Group in Delhi known as Radisson Blu Plaza Delhi Airport.
Radisson Blu Plaza Delhi Airport is conveniently situated on the Delhi-Gurugram Expressway, five minutes away from the Indira Gandhi International Airport.
Spread across seven acres, standing tall at the entry point to Delhi and Gurgaon with stretched expanse front, sprawling landscaped gardens, lovely notable architecture, and a story to tell, Radisson Delhi has marked 24 scintillating years of its grand existence in serving guests with excellence from the world for more than two decades.
Known for its impeccable hospitality, the atmosphere of the hotel exudes sophistication and warmth. Adding to the exemplary ambience are the award-winning restaurants of the hotel, which are home to the finest global cuisines and have been winning the hearts of generations since their inception.
Adding a feather to its hat is the hotel’s commitment and dedication to sustainability and reversing climate change. The hotel recently inaugurated the first Electric Vehicle (EV) chargers of the RHG Sunfuel partnership.
Apart from this, Radisson Blu Plaza Delhi Airport was the first to set up a bottling plant during the pandemic, the hotel outsources laundry and can store nearly 10KL of water through rainwater harvesting every year. The hotel is currently aligning its vision with that of the Radisson Hotel Group which is building on its heritage of sustainability through its commitment to setting science-based emission reduction targets and aims to achieve a net zero carbon future by 2050.
The hotel works on the principles of giving back to the planet and gaining the trust and support of its customers. With the right kind of attitude and the “Yes! I can” commitment toward its guests, the hotel is set out for great things!