Meeting Planning in New Delhi, India
Delhi's largest exhibition and convention space is the government-owned Pragati Maidan Exhibition Complex, which has 152 acres, 18 exhibition halls, three auditoriums, and three outdoor amphitheatres; it hosts such mega events as the India International Trade Fair, Auto Expo, Aqua Tech, and the World Book Fair. Other convention and conference centres in the city include the Delhi International Expocentre, which has enough space to fit 700 cars or more than 10,000 persons across five halls and 7,500 for theatre-style events; Icon Convention Centre, which has hall space for groups of 1,000 persons and two lawns that can host another 1,000, and JNU Convention Centre, which is part of the Jawaharlal Nehru University, named for India's famous independence leader and prime minister, which has two auditoriums for 372 and 322 persons, respectively, and six meeting rooms.
The Ashok Convention Centre, attached to the 550-room Ashok Hotel, has a convention hall that has enough room for 2,000 persons. Other alternatives include the India Habitat Centre covers approximately one million square feet and includes a 420-seat auditorium, a theatre with three spaces that collectively can host up to 225 persons, 10 meeting rooms, and outdoor space than can cater to 2,500, while the India Corporate Centre has 60,000 square feet of space that includes 20 meeting and function areas and three exhibition halls that have room for 300 persons each.
Habitat World at India Habitat Centre
Pragati Maidan Exhibition Complex
The Icon Convention Centre