Hyatt Regency Delhi
Bhikaji Cama Place, Ring Road
New Delhi, India 110607
Getting to India
Indira Gandhi International
is the busiest airport in India
and serves as the primary hub for the National Capital Region of Delhi, India.
Terminal 1 is used for domestic
flights while all international flights operate out of Terminal 3.
The airport is located
approximately 15 km (9.3 mi) southwest of the New Delhi Railway station and 16
km (9.9 mi) from the New Delhi city center.
Emirates Airline has been selected as the preferred airline partner for this meeting. Please use the promotion code EVE6PVD when booking flights for Emirates Airline at www.emirates.com. This code is only valid for travel during September 28 – October 11, 2017. The discount applicable is 10 percent off on the prevailing lowest online fare on Business Class and on Economy Class return fares. A First Class discount is not applicable. This offer is only valid for return travel to Emirates gateway cities to New Delhi and not from New Delhi. Please remember that this promotional code cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotion, discount, or special offer.
Delhi is well-connected with most
parts of India by train. With 63,000 km of rail routes and 6,800 stations, the
railway network in India is the third largest in the world, behind Russia and
Delhi is connected to all cities
directly and you can book tickets online and make plans for your entire travel
in India. For more details, visit
www.indianrail.gov.in. To book train tickets online,
Getting to the Congress Venue – Hyatt Regency
Delegates and guests can navigate
from the airport to the hotel via public transportation, cab, pre-arranged
airport transfer or car rentals. The Delhi metro system is one of the fastest
ways to commute in Delhi. An express train from the airport’s Terminal 3 (the
orange line) brings visitors into the heart of the city in 25 minutes dropping
passengers off at the New Delhi Metro Station.
Delhi Metro Network -- Metro Map
Car Hire Services
Uber Delhi https://www.uber.com/en-IN/
Ola Delhi https://www.olacabs.com/fares
Travel Visa Information
Visas are required for travel to India. Registrants should apply for a conference visa and spouse/guest registrants may apply for an e-tourist Visa.
To apply for a conference visa a letter of invitation from IADR, and letters from the Ministry of External Affairs, The Ministry of Home Affairs, and the Ministry of Health are required.
To obtain visa application documentation you must be registered for the meeting and registration fees must be paid in full. Once you have registered for the meeting you may obtain the required documentation using your registration confirmation number and the email address you used when registering to access your record and request the documentation to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Documents are prepared and rendered from the website in real time. Information on how to apply for the conference visa can be found here: https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/visa/index.html. Expedited visa application services are available online by searching for visa support agencies in your home city.
Your spouse/guest may apply using the online e-Tourist Visa website for a single entry visa. Please be sure to read and follow all instructions and ensure that your country of origin is eligible to use the online e-tourist visa application process.