Over a hundred years old, this quirky Heritage-listed Georgian property is located near Old Delhi. Colonial columns frame stained glass windows and the swimming pool looks like a period antique. Charming gardens surround the building and even the standard rooms have high ceilings with flat-screen TVs and garden views.
Upgraded rooms and suites add wood floors, Italian marble bathrooms, drawing rooms and separate living areas.
The hotel has a garden terrace restaurant, a cosy bar and an elegant eatery with historic Indian photographs.
Amenities include a basic gym, an outdoor pool and serene lawns with fountains.
Children are welcome but there are no specific facilities for children.
14 million people live here and the city is a sprawling behemoth. Many people start off here on their exploration of North India, and there are naturally sights worth sticking around for. You’ll see elephants pulling logs alongside the designer stores, and marvel at ancient buildings such as the Qutb Minar Tower and the Rashtrapati Bhavan palace.
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