Check off all the tourist hotspots on your list and then keep exploring, or if you like, avoid the crowds altogether; we'd love to introduce you to Delhi's hidden treasures that you won't catch a glimpse of on standard tours.
The National Capital Territory of Delhi is an enormous sprawling city, home to the Indian Government’s executive, judiciary, and legislative authorities and around 25 million residents. The area is divided into eleven districts, each of them a crazy and fascinating amalgamation of ancient and modern. Delhi is thought to be the oldest existing city in the world. Medieval barricades stand proudly beside massive shopping malls, and colonial-era residential districts are home to mausoleums and bustling night bazaars. Delhi is polluted, crowded, and chaotic, but endlessly awe-inspiring all the same.
The River Yamuna flows by on the eastern side of Delhi, and to the west, the Aravali Hills create an arc above the city. South Delhi is affluent and upscale, with beautiful hotels and the red sandstone Qutab Minhar, towering at 72.5 metres high. You can visit Humayan’s Tomb and listen to Islamic devotional song (qawwali) in Nizzamudin. British-built New Delhi is full of broad tree-lined lanes. The Lodhi Gardens are a beautiful and peaceful way to catch a breath, particularly at dusk.
When faced with the chance to visit Old Delhi, you might need a good dose of patience and stamina, but exploring its endless winding streets and narrow alleyways can also be a delight. At the vast and impressive Red Fort, you can forget time and travel back to the splendour of the Mughal City. Wherever you go in this vast region, Delhi is easily navigated thanks to its modern and highly efficient metro system.
This exceptional hotel is located in an oasis of greenery, hidden amongst the hustle and bustle of New Delhi. Considered one of the top hotels in Delhi, this grand five star deluxe establishment successfully mixes a traditional blend of elegance with the modern comforts of a high-class hotel. The hotel’s facilities include a spa, swimming pool with Jacuzzi and sauna, money exchange, not to mention the wide range of delicious menus spread across a generous number of bars and restaurants.
The Claridges has been a veritable treasure in Lutyens Delhi since 1950’s. Amidst the rush of new modernity, the soul of The Claridges lives on. Refurbished, redesigned and revitalized, the hotel now offers the guests an experience that is new and yet so familiar. The hotel is also in an excellent location just a short Auto ride from Khan Market and not much further to Connaught Place. Leading designers of international repute have helped enhance the heritage and elegance of this hotel.
Located in the heart of New Delhi, just south of the Delhi Golf Course and adjacent to the medieval Nizamuddin complex lies this beautiful city-based resort. The design of the resort is contemporary, complemented with Indian touches such as hand-made rugs and jaali screens. Spacious rooms afford guests the opportunity to relax in enveloping comfort, while the heady aroma of fresh flowers throughout the resort brings nature home to this metropolitan haven.
Every comfort and amenity, wrapped in elegance. Colonel’s Retreat is South Delhi’s best-kept secret. A great favourite with business travellers and overseas tourists alike, offering a truly comfortable, elegant place to stay. Colonel’s Retreat has been lovingly created by people who are frequent global travellers themselves and who take pride in maintaining the highest world-class standards of hospitality.
The Suryaa, New Delhi the capital’s favourite hotel follows the cosmic Surya by creating a warm, vibrant and lively ambience for its guests located in the heart of city and close to the district centre’s like Jasola, Nehru Place & Ashram. The hotel’s elegant spread of rooms & suites with spectacular views are bound to take your breath away. A taste of pure contentment is guaranteed.
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