Great places to stay in New Delhi

Mar 12th, 1998, 12:25 PM
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Lindsay Baugh
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Great places to stay in New Delhi

I am going to new delhi and need to know where to stay any sugestions I need help!
 
Mar 13th, 1998, 12:52 AM
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Andy Medwell
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I was in Delhi 3 years ago, if its still there you might try the hotel vivek on the main street in the paragange (probably spelt wrong) district - its clean, inexpensive and you'll find a fair amount of westerners stay there. Theres a good view from the rooftop resturant of the area and the train station is just down the road. Also near is Delhi's Red Fort and a number of parks and airline offices. One word of warning - don't order any meat in the resturant - I regretted it. You'll need a taxi if your coming from the airport (IGIA). Have a good one.
 
May 13th, 1998, 01:35 AM
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deepa
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The best hotels in Delhi are the Oberoi,The Taj MAhal, The Taj Palace, the Hyatt,the Maurya Sheraton , Holiday Inn. all these would be in the category of USD 100-200 per day. However, the Ashoka, the Claridges are probably much lower but very good.All these are in prime locations,clean and safe.
 
May 17th, 1998, 08:39 PM
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We spent 10 days during February at the Imperial on Janpath in Delhi. Not cheap but a fine hotel. Even if you don't stay there, go for lunch on the patio and spend a few hours.
 
May 30th, 1998, 06:22 AM
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I stayed at the Imperial for a few days last May. It is very, very nice. Wonderful pool and restaurant. It is not centrally located to the places we wanted to go, requiring a taxi ride. The taxis at the Imperial are the most expensive kind--the old Mercedes type. If you go out to the road, you can get cheaper transport. Also, if you go through an Indian travel agent you can get a much cheaper room at the Imperial. The published rates are out of date, as they have a brand new wing that they are using now, and the rates are much higher than those in the older now-unused wing. After a couple of days in luxury, we downsized to the Ajanta. It takes a special kind of traveler to like the Ajanta; but the price was right, about $25/day for a double and the location was great.
 
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