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Roseate Hotels & Resorts reopens ISKATE at the Ambience Mall, Gurugram

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14th October, 2021 16:13 IST

ISKATE has now reopened its doors for visitors. Spread over 15,000 sq. feet, the rink offers a unique experience of skating on real ice. It was inagurated by Dr. Rajiv Kumar, Vice Chairman, NITI Aayog.

The newly revamped ISKATE by Roseate offers an array of new amenities catering to all age groups. For food lovers ~ Roasted by Roseate is also housed in the premises that would serve a selection of hand-crafted patisserie delights and savouries paired with a selection of handcrafted coffees & teas. The parents can chill at ISKATE’s in-house café ‘Roasted by Roseate’ while their children enjoy an ice skating session. Roasted offers a range of delicious starters, wholesome sandwiches & burgers, and popular Italian dishes like pinsas, pastas and risotto.

ISKATE fills the gap of much-needed training in the field of ice skating through ISKATE School wherein a team of experienced coaches will provide training under three categories ‘Figure Skating’, ‘Speed Skating’ and ‘Ice Hockey’ for all age groups at affordable charges.


The Snow Room is a thrilling space where kids can play snow games with their family & friends. Another interesting activity space is the all-new ‘Toofan’ where one can have a thrilling experience in a setup of high-speed winds. With the capacity of 150 skaters and 200 spectators, ISKATE now also has a co-working space where one can work in a professional set-up and conduct business meetings.


Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Kush Kapoor, CEO, Roseate Hotels & Resorts said “ISKATE by Roseate will be a game-changer in the way India will be looked at for international Ice skating training and tournaments as it’s a world-class facility for athletes and recreational seekers. Reopening the arena under Roseate Hotels and Resorts, it now promises to be grander in the new avatar. The facility also aims to be more inclusive in training by extending opportunities to underprivileged athletes every year."

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