I stayed at this hotel in Jan 2013 for a business visit. This was my 3rd visit to Delhi, but I stayed at 2 other 5 star hotels on previous visits. My arrangements were made through the U.S. Embassy and upon arrival I understood why they selected this location. This is in the cleanest part of the city and the security at the hotel is very good. It's located in South Delhi, in the Embassy/Diplomat area. This area is very quiet and the hotel is set back from the road, so you should have no problems with noise while you sleep, which is different from many locations in Delhi. I checked in late in the evening and was given a smoking room (I reserved non-smoking). The room was well furnished, but a little dated and small. The next morning I addressed the problem to management and was moved to a newly renovated, non-smoking, suite within an hour. The suite was very nice and had 4 separate rooms, which included a living area and separate office. If you stay here I highly recommeded spending the extra $$ to be upgraded to the Executive Club. This will give you access to 2 bars that offer free drinks during happy hour (6p-8p), which comes with assorted hors d'oeuvres. It also allows you access to free breakfast at 3 locations. I preferred both happy hour and drinks at the Executive Lounge on the 28th floor. In the evening, it's quiet enough for business discussions. The breakfast here has a much more limited menu, but the quality was good and it offers you some peace and quiet while preparing for your day. My Executive package also came with free transportion from and to the airport. The hotel is located in the Embassy area and while it's a safe place, it doesn't offer many dining options (other than the hotel), or sites within walking distance. The hotel has several good dining options (Bukhara is the best), but they're all pretty pricey. I dined in 3 and found the average price per person, including 2 drinks, to be in the $75USD range. Most do have a good wine list, with the average bottle being in the $50USD range. Their room service is good and most items are significantly cheaper than other dining options. (the buffet lunch is $52USD).
They have a very large and good staff, so someone is always available to assist you, no matter your needs. I've previously stayed at a Tag and LaLit property in Delhi, but this is superior to both. I would stay here again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Acknowledged as the most preferred residence of visiting heads of state and global business leaders for over 25 years. ITC Maurya epitomizes the luxury hotel experience. ITC Maurya is a luxury business hotel with contemporary facilities, located in the heart of the exclusive Diplomatic Enclave, approximately 14 k.m. (25 min) from the International Airport; offering a superb view of Delhi’s green belt, the forested ridge. An imposing structure of superb luxury with 442 Rooms, inclusive of 27 uniquely designed Suites, its architecture and ambiance are a tribute to the age of the great Mauryan Dynasty, that gave Indian history its golden era. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Itc Maurya New Delhi Hotel New Delhi
- Itc Maurya Hotel New Delhi
- New Delhi Itc Maurya
- Itc Maurya Delhi
- Itc Mourya Delhi