Lunch in the Indian Restaurant
The foyer of the Hyatt Regency Delhi
Pool area being set up for wedding
For its size and range of amenities, the Hyatt has a surprisingly homey feel. The mirror-spangled lobby is suffused with light from the pool-facing pastry shop at the back—where you can relax with one of the best European desserts in town. A waterfall spills past this aerie to the ground-level coffee shop. Guest rooms have parquet floors, a rarity in India; views on the pool side are superior.
Feb 8, 2005
My main gripe with this place was the air conditioning was not controlled in room and my room was like an ice box for the whole time I was there. It was also perhaps not the best located hotel for the sights of Delhi - you need to taxi everywhere. The road and paveent directly outside are horrendous and you really can't walk anywhere at night. Not that you would want to as there is really nothing nearby. The hotel was very expensive even by Western
standards but it was clean, the shower worked, the restaurants were good and I couldn't complain about the service though I diud have to change rooms in the beginning because the first room I had did not have internet where as my reservation had nominated it as an inclusion. On the whole OK though I am sure there are more value for money options to be found in Delhi.
Dec 5, 2004
I stayed here for the first time in november 2004 and it is one of the best hotels in Indin i have been to. Beds are awesome good service, check out the spa!!! La Piazza a must.
Jan 24, 2004
Hotel is slightly showing its age, but has competitive rates compared to other 5* hotels in Delhi. Bedrooms and bathrooms are on the small side, and the pool is freezing cold to swim in.