June 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
Nearest Airport: DEL
Amenities for The Leela Palace New Delhi
- General Information
- 260 Guest Rooms and Suites
- 3 Restaurants
- 3 Bars
- Pool Wait Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Center
- Butler Service
- Pool Butler
- Panoramic Lounge
- Rooftop Terrace
- Outdoor Pools
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- In-Room Safes
- Marble Bathrooms
- Luxury Linens
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- City Tours
- Business Center/Services
- Children's Amenities
- Historic Sites
- Shopping Mall
- Nature Reserve
- Culture & Arts
Reviews for The Leela Palace New Delhi
I stayed here again for a few nights. The hotel is exceptional. Simply an oasis in the middle of bustling Delhi. Staff are great and the rooms are incredible. Very big and plush. The gym is well equipped and you must try the roof top pool!
rreddynz - Auckland, New Zealand
Great hotel and staff! Can't go anywhere else in Delhi anymore. Breakfast and meals are also divine. Best if all I booked a trip to Agrarian to see the Taj Mahal through the Leela hotel, for a price of course, and they took care of me--driving me down in a BMW, showing me clean restrooms everywhere (very nice) and the driver, Govind, took me to the Khan Market and the airport afterwards at no extra cost. The poor man didn't even have time to eat taking me around but he didn't complain once! The best services from any hotel I've seen and will absolutely be visiting again
I just returned from a 2 night stay at The Leela Palace New Delhi for a business trip and could not be more pleased! I will definitely stay at this hotel again when my travel takes me to Delhi. Rooms are luxurious and outfitted with every necessity (tea selection with fine china, items to make french press coffee, bathrobe and slippers, gorgeous marble bathroom with jetted bath tub and a television over the tub, excellent shower pressure) The breakfast buffet in the Qube provides an excellent selection of Indian breakfast specialties. I have had many dosas at Indian hotels and the dosas at the Qube were by far the best--perfectly crisp with a perfect selection of coconut chutneys on the side. The service here is also impeccable. I was traveling with some items that needed to stay frozen throughout my stay in India and the hotel promptly sent someone to my room to collect my cooler and kept the items int he hotel freezer. Lastly, location is excellent if you are doing business in or near the diplomatic enclave. Also only 10 minutes away from Khan Market (for excellent shopping) and 15 minutes away from India gate. Highly recommend this hotel!
Road_Trip_2013 - Atlanta, Georgia
This hotel was nothing short of exquisite. This property is located nearly 14kms from the International airport, and it took us nearly 40 minutes to the hotel on that Sunday morning. We were treated as royals from the moment we stepped into this hotel. We were welcomed with red vermilion on our foreheads and jasmine garlands. And this was just the beginning of a beautiful stay at this hotel. The room was grand and spacious. The room and the washroom were decorated with a hint of antiquity, which was a treat to our eyes and contributed to the royal ambiance. The default TV channel educated us about the owner of the hotel and how he created this concept of the Leela Palace named after his beloved wife. We paid a little over USD 200 for the room, and the service we received far outweighed the cost of the room. The language was no barrier as all the hotel staff we interacted with spoke fluent English. The concierge was overly helpful and provided us with a custom-made list of attractions we could visit for the day. The staff was overly accommodating and provided us with a late checkout due to our delayed travel arrangements. They also provided us with complimentary wi-fi! Be sure to request for their masala tea- the best Iâ€™ve ever had!
We stayed here for two nights middle of may 2017, but ended up renting the hotel BMW for seven day trip through the golden triangle: Delhi-Agra-Jaipur-Delhi. The car came with the best driver we have ever experienced named Shishu, absolutely calm, knowledgeable, great English and not a hint of nervousness what is Indian traffic. Never once had I open the door for myself nor wonder where we were going. He picked us up everywhere (various hotels, historic sites and even late night dinners) with smile never leaving his face. For seven days straight. He slept and ate by himself as we needed some downtime- after all it was our 20th wedding anniversary trip. We are well seasoned travelers who have visited about 50 countries and now also seen all seven wonders of the world. Taj Mahal was our last. So trus us that in a country as "wild" as India, you need Shishu driving you. Simply unbelievable!
mariahelena66 - New Orleans, Louisiana