The 8th World Energy Policy Summit (WEPS) will be held at the ITC Maurya Hotel, Diplomatic Enclave, Sardar Patel Marg, New Delhi – 110021, India, on 6th-7th February 2020. ITC Maurya is named after the famous ‘Mauryan’ dynasty which gave Indian history it’s golden age where art, culture and architecture flourished. ITC Maurya built over 5.5 acres, is an architectural masterpiece standing tall in the heart of India’s capital. This luxury hotel is conceptualized as a landmark in Delhi representing the durable characteristics of Mauryan architecture in the exterior finishes as well as appropriate embellishments in the interior decor.
The lobby has been based on the concept of the famous Mauryan Dynasty’s domed Chaitya Hall. The vast sweep of the lobby is reminiscent of the cave temples where Buddhists worship and is inspired directly by the most famous cave of them all “The Chaitya Hall at karla in Maharashtra”. The barrel vaulted wooden beams in the lobby recall the architectural patterns of Mauryan Times. The entire dome surface has been painted by the famous artist Krishen Khanna, depicting the theme “Procession of Life”. One side of the lobby is totally glazed looking into beautiful landscaped Nandiya Gardens.
440 rooms, including 29 uniquely-designed suites, are available in bouquet of room categories, from the Executive Club which pioneers a tradition in corporate hospitality to the Tower’s eight luxurious floors of elegance and tranquillity. The Mauryan Chamber combines the best of opulence, space and service while the ITC One - our premium room category-offers magnificent decor, impeccable service and the latest in modern conveniences and amenities. Behind the lavishness is crisp efficiency and a deep understanding of the needs of the global traveller.
One of the most popular dining destinations in the city, ITC Maurya, New Delhi, additionally offers an assortment of internationally acclaimed cuisine.