Break free from whatever is holding you back from relaxing. Escape to The Atrium bar &lounge

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Want to be happy? Just step into ‘The Atrium’ If you are craving for some fun and frolic this summer, the water hole is right in the heart of South Delhi. Make a bee line to The Atrium, the signature lounge and bar at The Suryaa. The lounge and bar…

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Soak up the Essence of Easter at Ssence – A Culinary Showcase in The Suryaa

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After the abstinence of the 40 days of lent, an occasion to pamper ourselves and indulge in all the beautiful things of life seems even more wonderful. For those who think that Easter is all about bunny ears, egg hunts, and basketful of goodies, you need to grow up. Easter…

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Things to do on a Long weekend in Delhi

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Folks! Do you see the long weekend approaching??? A weekend studded with Holi, Good Friday and Easter. Make the most of it while you are at Delhi. Here’s the ‘things-to-do’ to make your weekend a memorable one. Day one – A day with clouds of colours and fun Thursday the…

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French Crust: Savour the Flavour of World-class Pastries

French Crust - The Suryaa

Don’t you dream of having chocolate cookies for breakfast? We bet you do! To satiate your taste bud you don’t have to ponder much, come to the Suryaa’s French Crust, a café that serves you world class pastries, coffee, macaroons, cronuts, red velvet pastry and many more. Anything made of…

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The Year of Monkey is Here!

Chinese New Year- The Suryaa Hotel

8th of February marks the beginning of the Year of The Monkey -Chinese New Year, which is an annual celebration emphasizing the commencement of the New Year in accordance with the Chinese lunisolar calendar. Chinese New Year is mostly celebrated in the months of January or February. Each Chinese new…

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