Pahar Ganj is just one metro stop away from the center of New Delhi, Connaught Circle. As such, it is a convenient place to stay when visiting Delhi. Be warned, though, Pahar Ganj is, as Lonely Planet puts it, "full of dodgy characters." But, with that said, the only "dodgy characters" I have seen in several years of staying in the area are (very) aging hippies of all nationalities. Pahar Ganj is also full of hotels, probably hundreds of them. Some are very cheap (and they should be) others are mid-range to high end. The Natraj Yes Please is somewhere near the low end of mid-range---Rs 1200/night (around $22.00) and it is absolutely worth it. The rooms are clean, service is good, it had reliable hot water and it is in a relatively quiet section (its only a couple of hundred meters from the Imperial Cinema but that is enough separation from the noise of the theater area for the street to be "relatively" quiet. My wife and I were in and out of Delhi several times during our last trip to India. After discovering the Natraj we didn't stay anywhere else (two times before returning home). We plan on going back in the fall and will certainly book a room there.
Location: India > National Capital Territory of Delhi > New Delhi
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Ranked #77 of 923 B&Bs / Inns in New Delhi
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $
Number of rooms: 45
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