Built in 1931, The Imperial tastefully harkens back to the colonial era, with suite-sized entry-level rooms and ornately-fashioned ceilings. Of the 5 gourmet restaurants and 2 chic bars, the 1911 bar and the colonnaded veranda stand out, and the breakfast service is as sophisticated as it gets.
The luxury hotel is 1.6 miles (2.3 km) from the India Gate monument and 3 miles (5 km) from the 17th-century landmark Red Fort.
Featuring free Wi-Fi, the refined rooms also have flat-screen TVs, minibars, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Upgraded rooms and suites add multiple bedrooms, separate offices and living rooms, dining areas and/or whirlpool tubs.
There is also a cafe and a bakery. Other amenities include a 16,000-sq-ft spa and an outdoor pool.
14 million people live here and the city is a sprawling behemoth. Many people start off here on their exploration of North India, and there are naturally sights worth sticking around for. You’ll see elephants pulling logs alongside the designer stores, and marvel at ancient buildings such as the Qutb Minar Tower and the Rashtrapati Bhavan palace.
Ways you can help in Delhi
One of the most popular ways to help is to teach at an inspiring school in the slums of Delhi, which students attend in the half-day that they are not at the government school. The school started with 40 children. Today it reaches out to over 1,000 children and runs one early education class, primary […]