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
Very impressed with our welcome. We were allowed to check in early to the most beautiful room. Extremely spacious and clean. We were very tired after a 7 day trip so spent the time round the pool which was unfortunately invaded by pigeons. Pigeon faeces were around, and many black kite swooping . In fact one took a sandwich from a visitors plate. The only place on an 11 day trip where I had mosquito bites Was amazed to be asked to pay for an early breakfast, or takeaway, even though we paid for bed and breakfast. I raised my concerns with the duty manager who sent breakfast to our room free of charge. I understand the pool area was renovated in January , sorry they didn't have the wires placed across the area to keep the birds out.
cchampagnetaste - London
The hotel looks brand new but it's 70+years old. Very clean and western, this hotel would be comfortable for just about anyone. I would put it on par with the Taj or Oberoi. Breakfast buffet is excellent.
Tom P - Santa Barbara, California
It was my first time there but definitely not my last. Staff were friendly, marble floors were gleaming, breakfast sublime,works of art adorn all walls, pool absolutely magnificent. Definitely a 5 star property maybe even a 6.
Sandy H - Brisbane, Australia
The Imperial in Delhi is simply stunning!! The rooms, food, service and ambience are all faultless! It is a spectacular oasis from the bustle of Delhi... With a warm welcome every time you return to the hotel. We ate at Spice Route, Daniell"s Tavern and had High Tea in the Atrium. All were fabulous! The pool is huge with attentive staff, great loungers and plush towels. Each time you visit you get sunscreen and chilled water! There are priceless pieces of Art and antique furniture all through the hotel. If you want to indulge yourselves in fabulousness... This is the place to do it!
A marvellous hotel with all the charm, efficiency and elegance of a bygone era. The staff attended to our every need in a subtle and efficient manner. Our heritage rooms were beautifully appointed with plenty of space,comfortable bed and exquisite linens. The hotel grounds are beautifully maintained and the pool is heaven at the end of a busy day in Delhi. Breakfast was plentiful and varied with more than enough to satisfy the hungry traveller. We had dinner in the Spice Route restaurant, wihich was good, but I wouldn't describe it as the 'best restaurant in the world'
Val R - Liverpool, United Kingdom