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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
My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed the four nights we spent in the Imperial. Everything from the fabulous decor to the magnificent service was of the highest quality. I would highly recommend that anyone visiting Delhi should stay here.
David O - New South Wales, Australia
This is a very good hotel, especially given its location. There are some issues: 1) The internet: A "high speed" offering is free. It is not high speed at all. About 1 Mbps. One can pay for a higher speed. Why? if it's available, given the room prices, make it available for free. 2) Serving staff at the restaurant; Mostly bored and untrained, with a few noticeable exceptions. 3) 32 inch LCD TVs in the rooms touted as a benefit of the rooms are indeed so but are at least 10 years old. They need replacement. 4) This is a city hotel and is often rented out for events. The result is that what should be a nice view to the gardens is a view of a white sheet blocking the view. Overall a good hotel resting on its laurels. Given the significant competition from new hotels, I wouldn't stay there again
SBN18 - London, United Kingdom
This was a perfect hotel in a great location to end the final leg of our one month trip to India. There is a choice of dining restaurants to meet your needs and very comfortable rooms. Would definitely recommend.
martinhind66 - Bedfordshire, United Kingdom
Everyone who visits India should experience the wonders of a classic five star Indian hotel. Unfortunately our visit was a short overnight and breakfast, but I have previously enjoyed the experience in Delhi. From the elegant uniformed and mustachioed doorman in his turban and sash, to the suited front desk staff, wait staff in black and whites, the stunning period 1911 decor, high ceilings, elegant rooms and incredible breakfast buffet with a choice of myriad Indian dishes, fruits and juices or a full English breakfast in a beautiful dining room, it is definitely something not to be missed! I only wish our stay could have been longer!
Gprossco - Monument, Colorado
Not kidding - this could be true. I stayed in a room as a part of a tour, so not the very best of the inventory and I still loved the place. It is an historic property but the history here isn't shabby; it is preserved with great respect. A bountiful breakfast buffet that comes with two naturally flavored honeys. Beautiful and historic artwork fills the hallways which are illuminated each night with candles. Distinctly unique dining rooms. A spa complete with an Ayurvedic doctor and treatments that actually heal. The service is incomparable (I contracted a bad cold)and it seemed like everyone who worked there knew. One day I never got out of bed but every few hours there would be knock on the door with another pot of complimentary ginger tea. If I were a hotelier, this would be the property I would try to emulate.
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