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
A large hotel which also hosts business affairs yet still manages to make the unique traveller feel like a special guest. A beautiful, pristine oasis to return to after a crazy, dirty day of sight-seeing in New Delhi. All staff were super efficient and friendly, making you feel like they were especially going out of their way only for you. The convention/business center is located behind the main hotel and you donâ€™t even know it is there unless you go looking for it. The pool is huge and beautiful, easy to find a corner for yourself. It doesnâ€™t feel like a decadent Colonial hotel, but a hotel with the style and service of a Colonial hotel which has kept up with the times. Breakfast buffet is probably the absolute best I have ever seen with an enormous international variety beautifully displayed and the spa, treatments were amazing. This being India, there is staff for your every need, but you donâ€™t feel like you need to hand out a tip to each employee who steps into your path. My best story is that Iâ€™d accidentally left my Todâ€™s sunglasses at the bellboy desk when I was leaving town. After an email exchange, much to my surprise, I received them by post, extremely well packed, back in Europe. I canâ€™t wait to go back to this hotel and be treated like a valued guest!
June C - Geneva, Switzerland
The Imperial is a wonderful historic hotel that celebrates its connection to the days of the Raj while also raising up the role of Indians themselves. The rooms are immaculate and well appointed and the service is impeccable. The restaurants and the bars are overpriced. One Kingfisher beer cost nearly $12 US at the pool. Overall a hotel to experience - just go out for dinner and drinks.
Dealer06 - Fort Drum, New York
I can only sing this hotel's praises. We were fortunate enough to stay here at the start and end of our trip to India. The staff are incredible - friendly, professional and truly engaged with what they do and each of them concerned with if your stay could be improved info any way. The Hotel is beautiful and so well cared for - nothing is out of place and it really does provide that quiet escape from the bustling city. I cannot wait to stay here again info the future.
I spent a week at this hotel and everyday I took a different route to and from my room to soak up the history and the detail of this building. Also had to build in an extra 10 minutes on my walks due to having to stop and chat to the staff, who are very friendly. Anyone who wants to see brilliant Art Deco lighting, this is the place, absolutely beautiful collection of original fittings throughout the hotel.
Clive v - London, United Kingdom
Celebrated my birthday in 1911 restaurant of The Imperial. It could not have expected better food and better service. Had Pasta and Paneer and both were well prepared. Manager, Mr. Balwant took good care of us, was extremely professional and cordial. He also gave us a complimentary cake. He also made sure we knew the historical significance of the hotel and restaurant in particular. Chef Alok came and met us personally to enquire about food. Server Mr Ishrar was also very good. We also checked out other restaurants and was particularly impressed by live music in the Indian restaurant (dont exactly remember the name).
Prem T - delhi