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The Leela Palace New Delhi - New Delhi Hotels
AU$345

The Leela Palace New Delhi

Diplomatic Enclave Chanakyapuri, New Delhi - Map
 
 
"Best Hotel in India"
Leela Palace Hotel is by far one of the best hotels we have stayed at anywhere in the world. And I say this from experience. We have travelled to all corners of the world, throughout South East Asia, Australia and New Zealand, Europe, the UK and America. The Leela Hotel and it's setting and services is exceptional. The Hotel decor is exceptional, it is set in a spectacular environment and the staff offer over and above the level of help expected. With a special mention of Narender one of the Concierge at the hotel who not only organise fora ll our transfers throughout India but also gave us heaps of advice about what to to do to avoid any possible things that may go wrong whilst visiting India. if you are staying in Delhi for business or pleasure the Leela Palace Hotel is a must.
Traveller from brisbane
Shangri La's Eros Hotel, New Delhi - New Delhi Hotels
AU$227

Shangri La's Eros Hotel, New Delhi

19, Ashoka Road, New Delhi - Map
 
 
"central location"
Great place open and well service by the staff, Brilliant buffet breakfast. Try and use other than hotel cars as they are expensive
A Traveller
The LaLiT New Delhi - New Delhi Hotels
AU$171

The LaLiT New Delhi

Barakhamba Avenue, New Delhi - Map
 
 
4.0 out of 5 (666 reviews)
The Pearl - New Delhi Hotels

The Pearl

8721/1 Desh Bandhu Gupta Rd, Paharganj, New Delhi - Map
 
 
3.9 out of 5 (316 reviews)
The Claridges New Delhi - New Delhi Hotels
AU$199

The Claridges New Delhi

12 Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Road, New Delhi - Map
 
 
"Spectacular interior and exterior."
Lovely 1952 style restored, glamour hotel. Received a room upgrade which is always welcome. The suite was spacious and decor was lovely. The only complaint is that the single beds seemed smaller than usual and the pillows were too soft my likening.Food was exceptional - dinner at Dhaba, the breakfast buffet and cakes from the bakery, all was delicious. Thoroughly enjoyable stay, wished we could stay longer.
Traveller from Melbourne, Australia
The Claridges, is located just 5 kms from the railway station and 18 kms from the international airport. Housing a total of …More
FabHotel Connaught Place - New Delhi Hotels
AU$62

FabHotel Connaught Place

401 - B Hanuman Road, New Delhi - Map
 
 
Taj Palace Hotel - New Delhi Hotels

Taj Palace Hotel

2 Sardar Patel Marg, New Delhi - Map
 
 
4.7 out of 5 (232 reviews)
ITC Maurya, a Luxury Collection Hotel, New Delhi - New Delhi Hotels

ITC Maurya, a Luxury Collection Hotel, New Delhi

Diplomatic Enclave, Sadar Patel, New Delhi - Map
 
 
4.4 out of 5 (161 reviews)
The Imperial New Delhi - New Delhi Hotels

The Imperial New Delhi

Janpath Road, New Delhi - Map
 
 
"Ok but not the best"
A different 5 star experience than we are used too. Staff especially reception are a bit immature and slow. Bed in Grand Heritage room was rock hard. Do not choose this room if you are after a nice soft bed.Internet expensive no free wi fi, and laundry and restaurants over priced but both well done. All in all a decent experience but would not stay there again.
Traveller from Australian
“Please note Swimming Pool will be shut for maintenance from 27th December to 20th January, 2012”. The Imperial, New Delhi: …More
Nidra New Delhi is stragecally located near the airport in the capital city of New Delhi with quick access to the business …More

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    If you want to see India, wot better place to start than Delhi? Home to the national capital of New Delhi, it’s one of the world’s most populous regions – and its city streets reflect that. Cars, motorbikes and tuk-tuks compete for space on the busy roads as food vendors ply their trade on the side. Modern-day cafes and restaurants filled with delicious food are only a short distance from extravagant temples and monuments that really have to be seen to be believed. With English, Urdu, Punjabi and Hindi all spoken here, Delhi’s language and culture are as diverse as its sights, sounds and range of activities. It can be overwhelming at first, but it’s an experience you won’t soon forget. Book your Delhi hotel with us and discover this city’s history – because there sure is a lot to what you see here!

    Delhi isn’t just one Delhi. It includes the regions of New Delhi and Old Delhi as well as surrounding cities like Gurgaon. In some form or another, Delhi has been around for a long time. Legend says it was the site of Indraprastha, the mythical home of the Pandavas, in the Mahabharata Sanskrit holy book. One thing’s for sure – over the centuries it has seen its share of rulers and battles. In 1869, emporer Shah Jahan built a walled-in city which is now known as Old Delhi. The British Raj built New Delhi in the early 20th century.

    You’ll want to have your camera ready for Delhi’s range of eye-popping sights. The India Gate in the heart of the city is India’s national monument. Standing 42 metres high, it’s a shrine to the many soldiers who lost their lives during World War I. The Lotus Temple, a Bahá'í House of Worship, is a giant white flower surrounded by clear blue pools that draws around 8,000 to 10,000 visitors a day. The Red Fort, built by the Mughal in 1638, is a red sandstone compound in Old Delhi. It was intended to keep out intruders, but it won’t keep out you! If you admire Mahatma Gandhi, pay your tributes at Raj Ghat, the memorial built at the site of his cremation. And just a couple of hours from New Delhi in Uttar Pradesh is India’s most mind-blowing mausoleum – the white marble wonder known as the Taj Mahal.

    Although it will never be the party capital of the world, Delhi has its share of nightlife from sports bars to cocktail lounges, and those looking to do a little socialising won’t be left wanting.

    Delhi’s shopping is endless and offers something for everyone, ranging from large malls to roadside markets where you can haggle for traditional Indian handicrafts. And what trip to Delhi would be complete without a trip to some New Delhi restaurants, which don’t just serve Indian food but instead keep things interesting with a range of dishes from around the world.

    Sure, you can find food, history and shopping anywhere, but there’s no other place quite like India. Book your Delhi accommodation and flights with us and broaden your horizons.

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