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New Delhi: Imperial vs. Leela

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It's been asked before but that won't stop me from asking again. Currently we're booked at the Imperial for a 2 night stay at the beginning of our trip to India. I know that the Imperial is VERY centrally located and I do love the colonial style. That said, the Leela looks like a knockout. That, and it's a bit cheaper for a better room category. But Castle & King tells me it's a good 25 minutes drive from the city center.

Yes, we'll have a car and driver so maybe that doesn't matter?

Aesthetically speaking, the photos I've seen of the Leela seem much more "our style" -- but I do appreciate the fact that it seems like you could walk outside the Imperial and do things. Given, though, that we're barely in ND for 48hrs and have ample touring set up it may not matter.

Curious to know the thoughts of folks who have experience either.

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