Location

IndicThreads.com Conference On Software Quality 2010 will be held at the Hotel Orbett located on Apte Road in the Deccan Gymkhana area in Pune. The hotel can be easily reached by car, bus or an auto rickshaw.

Hotel Orbett
1238 \ 2 Apte Road, Deccan Gymkhana
Pune 411004
Tel No: (020) 30244800 \ 01 \ 02
Fax: (020) 30244805

E-mail: reservation@orbetthotels.com
Web : http://www.orbetthotels.com/

About Pune City

Pune (Poona) is located in western India and is the 7th largest city in India. It is a three hour drive from Mumbai (formerly Bombay), the commercial capital of India. It is well connected to all major cities in India.

Getting To Pune

Pune is well connected to all major citites in India. However it’s important to book early if you wish to get a good air deal. As for trains, it’s important to book early if you wish to get any reservation at all. If you are traveling to Pune from out of India, it’s best to take a flight to Mumbai and then get to Pune by road. Pune has few international flights, so getting a convenient flight and a good fare is rather difficult. Mumbai to Pune should take you between 3 to 4 hours by road.

Stay while at the conference

The conference venue is located in the Deccan area, which has plenty of stay options to offer to the city visitor. From five star hotels to moderately priced hotels, delegates travelling from out of Pune will definitely find something that’s right for them.

If you choose to not stay at the Orbett, you have a choice of several good hotels within walking distance of Hotel Orbett.  Click here for a Google map of hotels near Orbett. We suggest that you book early so as to get a confirmed reservation.

Leisure

Pune city has seen a rise in the number of shopping malls, multiplexes, lounge bars and pubs. Fergusson Road and Jungli Maharaj Road are young and happening places with many colleges, book stores, cafes, restaurants and boutiques.

There are also numerous places for nature lovers such as the Sinhagad Fort and the Bird Santuary at Ujni Dam. Museums such as the Kelkar Museum are also famous for their collection of artefacts of King Shivaji.

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