Delhi also have many world renowned 5 Star hotels like The Ashok, Leela, Le Meridian, to name a few, but according to the experts from the industry Delhi hotels are old in construction and facilities and there is a less chance or scope of improvement against Gurgaon properties, which are more innovative and luxurious. "Delhi no doubt is the hub of hotel industry but they have very less scope to improve further while Gurgaon hotels have much more," said Rajesh Thakur, a professional from Hotel Industry and now a professional photographer.
There are also many reasons as to why all new properties is moving to 'The Millennium City'. “The main reason is that Delhi is out of the space; investors are not finding any space there to build a property, so they are moving to the nearby areas,” Thakur added.
But why only Gurgaon, why not Noida, Ghaziabad, or any other place near Noida? "Because all multinational companies are established in Gurgaon and people who visit these companies prefer to stay here as companies do not want their visitors to travel long distances daily till the time they stay here looking at the increasing traffic of Delhi NCR," Thakur added further.
When we look at this aspect one more plus point for the city is that international airport is located just at a distance of 20 to 30 minutes and many travellers and commuters, especially foreigners want to stay in the viscinity.
Thakur also said that there is not much difference in the tariffs of these hotels but still Gurgaon has an upper hand due to other factors. "Land acquiring policies are much more flexible and less expensive in Gurgaon as compared to Delhi" said Thakur.
In Delhi land rates are touching 10,000 to 15000 per sq feet whereas in Gurgaon you can acquire land within 5000 or a maximum of 9600 rupees per sq feet in most posh areas like DLF. Also the taxes and duties are higher in Delhi so this is an added advantage to Gurgaon.
No doubt with the emergence of many MNC's and high rise buildings in city, Gurgaon has become one of the most mordern cities in respect of new technologies and innovations but one major bottleneck for investors and buyers is its poor infrastructure.
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