January 1, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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The Imperial New Delhi in New Delhi, India
Bear witness to the royal treatment of hospitality, a hallmark of India, and The Imperial New Delhi. Built in 1931 by an associated noble from the UK, the hotel presents a visual celebration of it's colonial past, with a unique blend of contemporary accouterments. This landmark hotel is part of the Legend collection of Preferred Hotels & Resorts, alluring international travelers for almost a century. In a place where globetrotters could once toast with the King or Ghandi, it's no wonder people keep coming back for more. Located on the Janpath, experience the city only steps away from renowned shopping and major attractions. Walk to the nearby India Gate, or take a short drive to the Red Fard or Jama Masjid.
A white washed facade and impeccably designed interiors contribute to the elegant opulence of each hotel feature. Allow the concierge to be your guide to a sprawling metropolis, discover an adventure without any of the planning. After a day of sightseeing, a delightful garden encases the hotel property, a magnificent backdrop for leisurely jogs or nature walks. Indulge in a fresh juice by the sparkling pool, and rejuvenate your body and mind in the new state-of-the-art Health & Raquet Club. Explore haute couture collections available at The Imperial, Chanel being amongst the many luxury brands with a resort boutique. Top it off with an incredible dinner at one of the 7 restaurants, tasting a foray of international specialties on a memorable journey to India.
Location of The Imperial New Delhi
Nearest Airport: DEL
Amenities for The Imperial New Delhi
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Center
- In-Room Amenities
- Mini Bar
- Nature Walks
- Meeting Rooms
- Conference Facilities
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for The Imperial New Delhi
This is a fairly imposing hotel, and looks fairly colonial from the outside, while from within, itâ€™s possibly a little staid and formal, perhaps lacking in character compared to some of the other hotels we stayed in. Having said that, the pool area looked pleasant enough, and there were limited gardens to one side of the hotel. Our room was nice and large, with all the facilities you would expect for a hotel of this stature, although when we turned in for the night, we found the mattresses hard, and the pillow fillings synthetic, which was a real disappointment. Of all the 5* hotels we stayed in during our visit to India, this hotel had the largest selection of dishes / choices for breakfast. Two chefs were available to cook your eggs â€˜to orderâ€™, and we found the omelettes very good. The hotel staff were helpful, very polite and attentive at all times, although maybe less so during breakfast, where service was a little haphazard on occasions. The great advantage of this hotel is its central position, and the fact is has a choice of restaurants to chose from (see my separate reviews). However, with its vaulted ceilings and grandiose rooms, I found this hotel this a little too grand and formal for my liking, but as city hotels go, no real issues other than the observations above.
Foxy-Froggy - Epsom, United Kingdom
Really superb service from all the staff. Thoroughly enjoyed our few days here- an absolute treat. Well-located for central Delhi. Great room, amazing breakfasts - try the Marsala Dosa for an authentically Indian start to the day.
penelopestone - Cambridge, United Kingdom
The Imperial, built in 1931, is a luxury hotel, located at Janpath, Previously called Queensway, close to Connaught Place in New Delhi. It was New Delhiâ€™s first luxurious grand hotel.Today it has the largest collection of colonial and post-colonial art and artifacts anywhere in Delhi, and has a museum and an art gallery. Hotel Imperial, New Delhi is well known for its heritage and legacy. It has a well known bar called 'Patiala Peg'. It was this hotel and the bar where Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, Mahatma Gandhi, Mohammad Ali Jinnah and Lord Mountbatten met to discuss the Partition of India and the birth of Pakistan. The rooms brim with history and give you truly the royal feel. The breakfast spread is good and service is prompt. There are 5 gourmet restaurants and 2 chic bars, plus a cafe and a bakery. Other amenities include a 16,000-sq-ft spa, an outdoor pool, a business centre and conference facilities. A experience to cherish.
travelerKolkata - kolkata
The hotel is an oasis with beautifully manicured grounds and well-maintained buildings. Security - The hotel is set back off the road quite a ways, and all cars are scanned and sniffed before driving in. Once at the main entrance, bags are checked and metal detectors are used for final measure. For this, men and women are separated, with women going behind a small screen. Hotel - The building is beautifully maintained, with some touches of modernity which do not detract from the ambiance. The hallways are lined with beautiful portraits, drawings, and photographs. Marble floors and wood paneling, with accents, run throughout the building. The breakfast buffet has a range of the usual offerings, with extras of Indian entrees. Room - The room was quite large, with a separate closet area, and the bathroom on the other side of it. The room has austere, with marble floors, high ceilings, windows, and little furniture. The bathroom was beautiful with marble walls and floors and included a tub and shower. Location - The hotel is in a great location to walk to Connaught Circus in 5 minutes and just across the street from Cottage Industries for easy shopping.
Mike M - Atlanta, Georgia
The most famous hotel in Delhi, built in 1911 during the Raj. Architecture is very Art Deco and security is tight. Rooms are spacious and clean, albeit the have no balconies and are therefore a little dark. The hotel offers a number of restaurants. Not all are equally good. 1911 is so-so as is the service and food in the brasserie. The bar, of the same name, is superb and the staff extremely attentive and service-minded. The Indian restaurant is excellent as is the service. The pan-Asian restaurant is nothing less than superb. I did not bother with the Italian. Compared with international hotels priced similarly, some elements of service are not up to standard and one is left with an impression that staff suffer from a motivational problem. Would I stay there again? I suppose so, if I had to go back to Delhi, but I am not desperate to go back.
Ulle_Bulle_63 - London, United Kingdom