Thread: Looking For Top Hotels in Delhi?
Looking For Top Hotels in Delhi?
New Delhi Hotels are worldwide known for representing true nature of Indian hospitality by offering a wide range of accommodation facilities to its visitors who come to explore its rich cultural heritage. As a result, Delhi is one of the most chosen travel destinations among the leisure guests, businessman, historians and students, from all over the world.
Perhaps the main feature of Hotels in Delhi is their excellent combination of international standards along with pleasurable hospitality. You can stay at these lodges to take a pleasant look of the tourist attractions in the capital such as Humayun Tomb, Qutab Minar, India Gate and many more. These accommodations can be categorized into luxury, star, first class and environmental friendly hotels. You can make your mind to stay in any of these kinds of New Delhi Hotels, as per your budget.
Last edited by subhashkashyap; 11-28-2012 at 12:48 PM.
In Delhi have a lots of good cheap and luxerius hotels.
There are lots of cheap and luxerius hotels at very near to Pahd Ganj at New Delhi very near to Railway station.
Some of the good hotels in Delhi region are
The Leela Kempinski Gurgaon
The Metropolitan Hotel New Delhi
The Maurya New Delhi
lebua New Delhi
The Grand New Delhi
The Oberoi Gurgaon
Taj Mahal Hotel
The Oberoi New Delhi
Aman New Delhi
The Imperial New Delhi
The Leela Kempinski Gurgaon, The Oberoi Gurgaon and The Imperial in New Delhi these are the three hotels I mostly prefer when I travel to Delhi. If you want to know more about the three hotel that I suggested please click on the links given below.
1. The Leela Kempinski Gurgaon
2. The Oberoi Gurgaon
3. The Imperial in New Delhi
best Delhi hotel deals
Delhi is boomtown, but the choice of hotels is still limited to palaces or pits — unless you know where to look. Amelia Gentleman leads the way.Most hotels in Delhi are breathtakingly expensive. The country's economy has gone from near-hibernation to frenzied growth in the space of little more than a decade and Delhi can barely accommodate the constant arrival of business delegations from around the world, let alone tourists. In peak season, between October and March, when the temperatures are bearable, it is hard to get a room unless you've booked in advance and are prepared to pay extortionate prices..