|Rooms Name||Theatre||Classroom||Boardroom||U-shaped||Cluster/ Restaurant Style|
|Chinar Pine Gulmohar||80||50||-||50||35|
This room is named after Arica Palm (Sci. name: Chrnsalidocarpus Lutescens) also known as golden cane palm, and is considered as one of the most popular houseplant across the world. The plant is natively found in Madagascar and other tropical & subtropical regions of the world and needs drained soil to propagate. Amaltas is known across the world as an efficient pollution absorber and thus widely used as an indoor plant.
Arica palm is surrounded by break out cabins, which provides a perfect set up for conducting trainings, group interviews or written tests. It can accommodate around 45 people and can also be used as waiting area by interview candidates. The one-to-one sessions can be conducted in the cabins. The executive lunch room is also located on the same floor of the conference room.
This room is named after the genus of 200 species of flowering plants in the family Rubiaceae. Gardenia has very fragrant creamy-white flowers and glossy dark-green leaves. Gardenia is believed to have been named after Alexander Garden, a physician in Charleston, South Carolina, during colonial days.
Gardenia is an ever green shrub known for sweet scent of its flowers.
The room is highly flexible in terms of seating style, has an excellent ambience for holding trainings and seminars and well-crafted wooden floor adds to the overall look and feel of the room. Wide glass windows on one side of the room allow natural light making the room stress-free and more pleasant.
The room is named after Royal Palm tree (Sci. name: Roystonea). The tree is native to the tropical and sub-tropical regions of the world, but also grows well in diverse climates.
The royal palm leaves are used in making traditional manual fans and even as roof covering in many parts of the world, especially rural regions.
This is an elegant room on the ground floor, perfectly suited for conducting trainings, meetings, and seminars. The room offers flexible seating and our personalized professional services make it an apt place where you can simply walk in and begin your program. Equipped with facilities like projector, screen, whiteboard and Wi-Fi connectivity, this room is perfect venue for trainings, meetings, seminars and workshops.
This room is named after the tree Amaltas (Sci. name: Cassia fistula). Amaltas is also called 'The Golden Shower Tree' and is a flowering plant of the family Fabaceae, native to southern Asia and widely found in Pakistan, India and Sri Lanka. Widely grown as an ornamental plant it is also an important herb used in many medicinal preparations.
The quiet ambience of the room make it a favorable place to organize your trainings. The spacious floor allows flexible seating to suit your specific requirement and is equipped with Wi-fi connectivity, projector and screen, white board and flipchart, meeting all your logistic needs.
This room is named after the Tree Banyan (Sci. name: Ficus Benghalensis) The Banyan tree grows widely throughout tropical Asia and is an evergreen tree. The tree grows to a height of several meters - 21 or more - and lives for many, many years. The Banyan tree is also called 'kalpa vriksha' or 'tree that fulfils your wishes' and is considered sacred by many.
It is a free seating hall, allowing flexible seating options suited for both conferences and interviews when used in conjunction with a small cabin adjoining it. Cafe Einstein is a multicuisine restaurant located on the same floor.
This room is named after the Chinar tree (Sci. name: Platanus Orientalis) of the family 'Platanacae', a native of the Eastern Mediterranean Region. It has found a home in the Western Himalayas specially the Kashmir region of India. Chinar thrives in moist and well drained soils, and provides timber for furniture and is also of medicinal value. The tree stands at its loveliest when Autumn turns it a fiery orange and gold.
The Chinar Conference room is situated on the 6th floor and is crafted for holding trainings and board-room meetings. The room is spacious and allows flexible seating to suit customer requirements.
This 'trinity' of rooms is an extremely flexible set with individual as well as combined usage possibilities. Ideal for conducting workshops, board meetings and interviews of all kinds when combined, these can also be used as three individual meeting rooms as well as a single conference hall for up to 80 conferees.
This room is named after the Pipal tree (Sci. name: Ficus religiosa) . Pipal tree is native to Sri Lanka, Nepal and India, southwest China and Indochina east of Vietnam. Pipal is a symbol for happiness, prosperity, longevity and good luck.
A hall best suited for small gatherings of 8 conferees, Pipal is ideal for conducting interviews, client meetings, board meetings and presentations. The adjoining lobby, which can be used as a waiting area, gives the hall an advantage over others.
This exclusive boardroom is located at the ground floor and is suitable for holding meetings in boardroom style. The room has calm and private ambience, provides ample space for in-depth discussions and brainstorming. The room is equipped with facilities like projector screen, whiteboard and Wi-fi connectivity.
This conference room is named after Silver Oak (Sci. name: Grevillea robusta), beautiful looking tree native of eastern costal Australia and is also called Australian Silver Oak. It is used in making musical instruments, a top for the acoustic stomp box and guitar inlays. Due to its rot resistant nature, in earlier days its timber was used in external window joinery as well.
Suited for small gatherings of up to 5 conferees, Silver Oak provides the perfect set up to conduct interviews and client meetings. The room is also equipped with the latest Polycom VSX 7000 video conferencing single set-top system. 24X7 video conference facility makes it possible for our clients to come together with colleagues, customers, partners and business contacts from across the globe.
The name of this room has been inspired by Gulmohar tree (Sic. name: Delonix regia). The tree is noted for its fern-like leaves and flamboyant display of flowers and is often grown as an ornamental tree.
This trendy boardroom is highly recommended for a gathering of corporate executives who look forward to the perfect ambience and facilities for holding uninterrupted meetings and discussions. The room is flexible and accepts various seating styles.
This room’s name has been inspired from Lime which refers to fruits of citrus nature and is frequently associated with the lemon.
The room provides the perfect ambience for holding trainings and seminars for a wide audience. The room has flexible seating and accepts theater style seating, U-shaped seating and classroom style seating.
This room is named after the king of all fruits - Mango ( Sci. name: Mangifera indica).
The hall is equipped with the latest Polycom VSX 7000 video conferencing single set-top system. The 24X7 video conferencing facility enables our clients to interact with colleagues, customers, partners and business contacts from across the globe on real time.
The hall is ideal for conducting conferences accomodating up to 8 conferees.
The name is inspired by Pine tree (Sci. name: Pinus Pinea), it is mong the most commercially important of tree species, valued for its timber and wood pulp throughout the world. The resin of some species is an important source of turpentine aswell.
The Pine is an excellent place to hold any kind of meeting or training. The outside-facing glass wall allows natural light and gives a perfect look and feel to the room that any one would appreciate. The room allows flexible seating and can cater to a variety of needs.
The named is inspired by Teak tree (Sci. name: Verbenaceae Tectona), it is native to south and southeast of Asia, and is commonly found as a component of monsoon forest vegetation.
A fixed seating hall designed for conducting boardroom meetings of 16 conferees and is equipped with screens on both sides, ambience and décor of the hall provides the perfect business atmosphere.