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April 19, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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The Leela Palace New Delhi in New Delhi, India

Located in the diplomatic enclave of a global capitol, The Leela Palace New Delhi presents travelers with unprecedented luxury in a sprawling metropolis. Among the finest in India, experience New Delhi at it's best, from the same neighborhood as the Presidential Palace, Prime Minister's Office, and international embassies. Guest rooms are large, providing state of the art technology and amenities, boasting a minimum 550 square feet. Hand picked design elements cover opulent guest quarters, fit with flat screen televisions, designer linens, and spa inspired bathrooms. From within the walls of your North Indian Palace, anything is made possible by the helpful concierge. Grace and elegance represent each hotel feature, exuding peaceful serenity in spa and recreational facilities. Travel to a distant land, while maintaining your routine at the fitness center, and indulging in a harmonious spa treatment.

Whether overlooking the city from a rooftop terrace, or coasting the streets in a luxury car during a city tour, each part of your stay will be taken into great consideration. As part of the Legend collection of Preferred Hotels & Resorts, high standards are effortlessly executed throughout the resort. Delight on international cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner; where 3 exclusive restaurants offer globetrotters a taste of India and European favorites. Since a groundbreaking opening in 2011, The Leela Palace New Delhi is paving the way to a new age of superb hospitality in India.

Location of The Leela Palace New Delhi

Chanakyapuri, Diplomatic Enclave , 110023, New Delhi, India

Nearest Airport: DEL

Amenities for The Leela Palace New Delhi

  • General Information
  • 260 Guest Rooms and Suites
  • Dining
  • 3 Restaurants
  • 3 Bars
  • Pool Wait Service
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Concierge
  • Spa on Property
  • Fitness Center
  • Boutiques
  • Butler Service
  • Pool Butler
  • Panoramic Lounge
  • Gardens
  • Rooftop Terrace
  • Lounge
  • Outdoor Pools
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bathrobes
  • In-Room Safes
  • Televisions
  • Marble Bathrooms
  • Luxury Linens
  • Luxury Bath Amenities
  • Activities
  • Sightseeing
  • City Tours
  • Business
  • Business Center/Services
  • Family
  • Babysitting
  • Children's Amenities
  • Nearby
  • Historic Sites
  • Shopping
  • Museums
  • Restaurants
  • Shopping Mall
  • Nature Reserve
  • Interests
  • City
  • Culture & Arts

Reviews for The Leela Palace New Delhi

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

One of the nicest hotels I have ever visit with very high standard of hospitality. The rooms, the service, the courtesy and the facilities of the hotel is beyond description. A beautiful roof garden pool with an amazing view of the town. It is with great anticipation that I look forward to returning to this wonderful palace when I return to Delhi.

ninavroz - Greece


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

We recently spent 4 nights at the Leela. It is a superior hotel. Not perfect, but certainly lives up to it's reputation of excellence. it took about 30 minutes for a quick driver to get us (spouse and I) there from the airport in sparse 2:30am Delhi traffic (International flights arrive at odd times). Even at that time we were warmly greeted at the door by a young lady with flowers and a forehead bindi. Another young lady walked us up to the room. Her orientation was too hurried and incomplete, but to be honest, it was 3am and we likely looked like tired zombies. We had a standard room, and initially we thought it was pretty small--especially the narrow entry. An immediately recognizable flaw of the rooms is that they have no obvious place to hold a second large bag, so we had to place one on the desk. I will say that the smallness of the room quickly became a no-issue as the quality of the furnishings were flawless--both in good taste and richness of materials. Plus the bed, and the linens, were excellent. Couple that with the quietness of the room and a powerful A/C system, and this is a very fine place to sleep away jet lag. Our standard room had a stocked fridge, a comfy enough (and clean) chair and couch, and a lavish bathroom with soaking tub and separate shower. There is a small TV integrated into the tub wall, but it is oddly placed too high for bathing so the picture looks distorted (we still enjoyed the sound). The hotel provides dental and shaving kits in the room, and the soaps/shampoo/lotions are high-end. There are two robes, slippers, hair dryer, etc. A few very small dings beyond no place for a second large bag are that there are too few hangers (ask and they bring more), and good luck finding the room service menu (in narrow desk drawer). TV channels included the ubiquitous CNN and BBC, HBO, and many interesting Indian channels, but we never found a listing of channels (there is a scroll on an early TV channel). We went to the excellent workout area in the spa, and also the fancy rooftop pool. The staff in both were very welcoming. The haze of Delhi, and flocks of pigeons wanting access to the edge of the pool detracted from the beauty of the pool space, but the haze is not in their control and we noted they continually try to spoof the pigeons away (good luck). We had a room service meal that was pretty much perfect, and multiple breakfasts and a few dinners at the Qube. We would cite inconsistent service at the Qube to be the weakest link in our stay. A few times it was superb with personal and attentive waiters, A few times it was just okay, and one morning the service was poor. Oddly, on that day there were many staff (almost too many) on duty, but we were treated, at best, indifferently--and finally we just walked out. The food at the Qube tasted great. The breakfast set-up is huge, and the quality is very high. They have an egg and omelet station (outstanding omelets), and a juice bar/custom fruit station. However, one has to learn these things from observation as the staff provided no orientation. One odd thing at the "all-inclusive" breakfast is that they charge you extra for a soft-drink. None of the other high-end hotels (Oberoi and Trident) we stayed in while in India did that. We had the hotel "assist" us hiring a taxi for a full day, and then a second time for a half day. We spoke about our plans with the somewhat indifferent concierge staff, but beyond telling us the cost, and sort of reacting to your plans, they don't really help in the sense that they don"t reserve anything for you. You just go to the front and tell the hotel door staff that you want a taxi and for how long, and you pretty much get the next guy up--whether they speak English or not. If they don't speak English, then the door staff guy does tell the driver what you want to do, confirms he has the time and is willing to take a long job, and then away you go. Luckily our driver for the full day (with multiple stops) did speak English okay, and while the other one didn't, we just had a single destination that day so it worked out fine. By the way, taxi rental is cheap--like less than $20 dollars for the entire day. The hotel will also gladly let you hire one of their luxury cars to shuttle you around, and I'm certain the drivers speak English (and woman drivers can be paired up with women riders if they so choose), but the cost is much higher. The front desk will change smaller amounts of currency for you, and while they have an ATM in the building (seems like it is more for the staff), it is hard to locate and apparently still frequently runs out of money (getting pocket cash at the front desk is much easier). Wifi worked well for us throughout the hotel. Rooms also have a safe. It's not really encouraged, but you can do some walking from this gated hotel. We walked to the large and fascinating Sarojini Nagar market one afternoon. You have to be aggressive crossing the street attached to the constantly busy traffic circle in front of the hotel, but after that, it's a piece of cake. It's a 15 minute (or so) walk, and after shopping, we riffed a different route back by wandering through more residential areas. We felt 100% safe walking--except one has to be alert for vehicles of all kinds constantly zipping around. Don't worry though, most will honk a few (hundred) times before they hit you! Last, with few exceptions, all the staff we encountered at the Leela were friendly and obviously well-trained in their various roles. And obviously, the hotel public spaces are over the top nice. It is a great hotel, and a good value for the quality of the experience. We've stayed at many luxury hotels, and this one stands up well to its competition. We'd gladly use the brand again.

NewStart78 - Des Moines, Iowa


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

The hotel is amazing. A true 5 star experience. The hotel is very beautiful and the rooms are really good in every sense too. The staff is courteous and makes sure you enjoy your stay. Definitely recommended and I will stay here again!

Samardeepsingh - Mumbai (Bombay), India


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

With each return visit I continue to be impressed by the consistently high standards of hospitality that characterize this luxurious property. The efficiency, warmth, and courtesy of the staff is unparalleled. Particularly noteworthy is the effort to provide personalized service including, catering to special dietary needs. Such genuine care combined with the impressive ambience of the hotel is remarkable indeed. It is with great anticipation that I look forward to returning to this wonderful property. Highly recommended.

S H - Montgomery, Alabama


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

The leela is one of the most extraordinary hotels I have ever stayed at. This was my second visit in 3 years and it surpassed all expectations. From checkin, to adjusting quickly when we decided to go to the Taj Mahal, I was nothing but impressed. The flowers throughout the hotel add to the incredible ambiance and the snacks on our drive to Agra kept us comfortable. Try the India restaurant in the hotel if you want to have an incredible and unforgettable meal.

f0rtitude - Chicago, Illinois


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