Mobile-giri at DLF Promenade Mall in Vasant Kunj, Delhi !!!

Recently I have been to Vasant Kunj and planned to visit very popular Mall call "DLF Emporio" and DLF Promenade is just in front of this mall.. So why not have a round inside it with my HTC Camera :)


Thoughtfully conceived ‘DLF Promenade’  at Vasant Kunj is set to become one of the Delhi’s premier architectural and commercial landmarks creating an environment of great ambience and high energy. 




DLF promenade is spread over a total area of approximately 450000 square feet.. DLF Promenade has 3 floors -- the ground and upper ground floor for retail and the first floor entirely dedicated to entertainment. DT cinemas – its a multiplex with 7 screens and considered as one of the largest cinema complexed in Delhi and surrounding areas. 


There is common open area between DLF promenade and DLF Emporio... This area has appropriate seating arrangements and having wonderful water fountains... Many events take place in this area.. and there is a huge screen on the main wall of DLF Promenade.. The day I went there was some special day w.r.t. IPL and there was huge crowd around this region of this complex and it was electric !!!


Here is a Cafe Mocha and huge waiting line in front of it... Initially I though of waiting for some time but then preferred to roam around rather waiting and sitting at one place...


Here is a view of DLF Emporio from main entry of Promenade and folks looking up towards the screen showing IPL match !!!


Some children show going on in front of DLF Promenade... There were some remote controlled cars and children less than 14 years could play this game to crossing the car without touching any of the hurdle on the way !!! And there were lot of participants coming in front to take that challenge... To me, it seemed a difficult game but they were doing it really well !!!


Let's go inside and see what's there... :)


Again wonderful decorations and very good interiors... 


Amenities at ‘The Promenade’ include various things...

The First floor is entirely dedicated to unlimited entertainment.
DT cinemas – the multiplex, covering 74,000 sq.ft. of area... 8 screens... Seating capacity of over 2,250 seats (approx)...
One of the Largest cinema complex in Delhi and the surrounding areas....



‘The Promenade’ – New Delhi has distinctive architectural design by renowned architect Shri. Mohit Gujral...

Lower Ground basement has following showrooms (Information picked from official website of DLF Promenade) : Kalpana, Bonton, Meena Bazaar, Swarvoski,  M & B, Samyak, Provogue, Color Plus, Nakshatra, D&A, Reebok, Lilliput, Bombay Selections, Kapur Watches, Archies, Creations,  After Shock, Ethos, Adidas, CTC, Satya Paul, Sia Jewellers, Apparel Brands,W, Orra, Zeta, Da Milano, Biba, Woodland, Gopalsons, Dayal Opticals, Diwansons, Laxmi Opticals, Tanishq, GKB Lens, Monpri, Mohanlal Sons, Look Who's Walking, Pall Mall, Aswera, R.C.Jewellers, Oakley, Kodak, La Solitaire, Hidesign, H20+,  VLCC Beauty Shop, Sweet World, Minawala....


At many places on web I read that promenade has largest Food Court complex but I don't think so... I have lot of food courts bigger in size, as compared to one inside DLF Promenade...

Upper Ground basement has following showrooms (Data picked from official website of DLF Promenade) : Creative Line, Carlton of London, Vansons, Benetton, AO's, Jindal Art Glass, Edge, Levis, Espirit, Footsteps, Catwalk, Titan, Koutons, Maya Toys, Shaw Carpets, USI, Jasmine, Newage Furniture, Pepe,  Indian Terrain,  In Touch, Carbon, Candy Treat, Cantabil,  Vastraa, Numero Uno,  Citizen Watches, Good Things, Bizzare Intl, Madura, FI, Ritu Kumar, Lacoste, Lee Cooper, Men X-S, Jashn of Mumbai , Planet M, Punk Store, Spykar Jeans, Raymonds, Ted Lapidus....




Here is a view of Food Court in DLF Promenade... Even people were not able to find place to eat their food with peace...

Few More showrooms on first floor include - Naveli, Hoop, Sugar N Spice, Status Quo, Tantra, Fabiano Ricci ...


Here is the first view of DLF Promenade, which we see on entering this complex...

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