Biggest Of The Conventional Centres In India To Know About

India is emerging as an important centre for global businesses and needs ample infrastructure to support its growth. These upcoming convention centres in the country are just what you need.

Published On Sep 25, 2023 | Updated On Mar 08, 2024


India is one of the fastest-growing economies in the present day. The country is home to some of the most exquisite locations in the world, which make for great venues to host business conferences, conventions and even exhibitions. Helping industries and businesses to grow and emerge out into the world through their hospitality and management, convention centres form an integral part of business ventures to take place.

Here are the biggest convention centres in India

Yashobhoomi Convention Centre is a recently opened convention centre in India, which is spread over an area of more than 8.9 lakh square metres. Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the first phase of this international convention centre on September 17, 2023. The Yashobhoomi Convention Centre comprises 15 convention rooms, 13 meeting rooms and a grand ballroom. This convention centre has the capacity to incorporate more than 11000 delegates, as per official statements. With its splendid infrastructure, the Yashobhoomi Convention Centre was a much-anticipated project and surely does stand out.

Location: Sector 25, Dwarka, Barthal, Delhi

The Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre (NMACC) is a unique, first-of-its-kind multidisciplinary cultural space. With an aim to showcase India’s finest creations in the field of fine arts, music, theatre and crafts, this cultural centre has been a definitive step towards strengthening India’s place in the space of cultural infrastructure. The inauguration of this cultural centre was held in the form of a 2-day long event, which was attended by a number of eminent figures in both Bollywood and Hollywood. The NMACC consists of three performing art spaces, which are, the Grand Theatre, which is majestic and has a capacity of 2000 seats, Studio Theatre which is a technologically advanced space with a capacity of 250 seats, and the Cube with 12S seats. NMACC also features an Art House, which is a four-storey, visual art space. A number of workshops, art exhibitions, theatre and musical performances have already taken place at the NMACC.

Location: Jio World Centre, G Block, Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra East, Mumbai, Maharashtra

The Habitat Convention Centre is one of the finest convention centres in India and the most comprehensive one. It is equipped with state of art facilities and comprises conference halls, an auditorium, 58 well-designed guest rooms and a documentation centre. More than 130 organisers have hosted events at the Habitat Convention Centre. This convention centre also has one of the best fitness facilities with an all-inclusive gym, as well as a spa with a steam room, jacuzzi, sauna and a swimming pool on the rooftop. The place also has a restaurant for members only with a variety of cuisines to choose from. Since its establishment in 1997, the Habitat Convention Centre, with its banquets and conferences has made quite a name for itself.

Location: India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road Quarters, Lodi Colony, New Delhi

With a mix of traditional and contemporary architecture, the B.M. Birla Auditorium is an aesthetically designed convention centre. This space highlights the traditional Rajasthani art. It is a fully air-conditioned auditorium with a capacity to include 1300 people. The B.M.Birla Auditorium is equipped with audio-visual facilities, a large foyer, mini conference halls, and seminar rooms, along with exhibition and dining space. It is a convention centre where a number of national and international industrial, scientific and cultural meets have taken place.

Location: Statue Circle, C Scheme, Central Park, Jogging Path, Rambagh, Jaipur, Rajasthan

Chennai Trade Centre is one of the most significant venues in India for conducting various conferences, events and seminars. The Chennai Trade Centre is set up jointly by the Tamil Nadu Industrial Development Corporation (TIDCO) and India Trade Promotion Organizations. Covering an area of 25 acres of land, the Chennai Trade Centre has 3 halls, and high-quality facilities, along with air-conditioned space, a lawn area and other modern amenities. The space is mainly used for conducting a wide range of high-profile events, trade shows, conferences and other business ventures.

Location: Tamil Nadu Trade Promotion Organization, CTC Complex, Nandambakkam, Chennai

The UVA Meridian Convention Centre is a prominent and one of the most elegant convention centres in India. It is a multifaceted venue, with an event space that can accommodate up to 10,000 people. The perfect place to hold lavish and luxurious weddings, the UVA Meridian Convention Centre is ideal for hosting large gatherings. The space comprises a banquet hall, poolside, lawn, fitness centre, spa, lounge and a lot more.

Location: Prafulla Enclave, Halady Road, Koteshwara Proper, Karnataka

The Hyderabad International Convention Centre is an award-winning centre that is a purpose-built, state-of-the-art, service-driven convention facility. This convention centre features a massive main hall, which is further divided into six smaller venues. The Hyderabad International Convention Centre can accommodate up to 6000 guests in its internal hall. The convention centre comprises VIP rooms, conference halls, press rooms, a spacious pre-function foyer area and 37 breakout rooms. Ideal for hosting big corporate events and other business conferences, the Hyderabad International Convention Centre is equipped with top-notch modern technology and other facilities.

Location: Hyderabad International Convention Centre, Izzathnagar, Hyderabad

This is by no means an exhaustive list of the convention centres in the country. Another of the recently opened ones in the country, Bharat Mandapam was also the host for all the activities for G20 activities. Spanning 123 acres, this massive convention centre in the middle of the capital city of Delhi is an absolute architectural marvel. 

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