The hotel that gives you an experience of being away from the hustle of the city while being in Delhi! One of the best and most unique experiences I've ever had. The Manor is a boutique luxury hotel, suitable for travelers who want to be close to the city, need peace, good service, want to be away from crowds, prefer reading a book surrounded by trees over partying at a crowded pub. The hotel has about 12 rooms in total, with a wonderful green lawn and a restaurant/Cafe that serves amazing food. The room I stayed in had a nice balcony with chairs so you could enjoy your morning tea while reading a newspaper or a novel enjoying the greenery all around. The hotel is an intriguing history and I'd suggest that you get to know this from the owner herself. There are some open areas on the first floor too where you can have your own small get together if you want. The open lawn outside the cafe gives so much satisfaction when you just keep looking at it. I had the opportunity to try dinner and morning breakfast there during my stay. The chefs are fabulous and they prepare the most delicious dishes. I liked interacting with them and understanding the details of each dish. The morning breakfast had a lot of varieties which just gave a rocking start to my day. The overall experience is what stays with you for years even after the visit. I felt like the experience was straight out of some novel set in a countryside with peace and tranquility all around. The service is extraordinary, there's no crowd, no noise and you get your privacy to make the stay memorable. It felt like I could actually enjoy every moment of the time spent there. At other hotels usually I'd not even remember anything except for the food but here the experience was very different. This hotel used to be occupied mostly by foreigners for long stays but the travel restrictions have given us domestic travelers also to live this experience. If you're looking for leisure, peace, privacy, good food, extraordinary service at a hotel which can be conveniently reached from the airport or the railway station and isn't too far from local attractions, this should be your choice. …
We loved this hotel -- not only is it a haven in chaotic New Delhi, it is also beautifully designed and very elegant without being intimidating. All of the staff were very friendly, gracious, and helpful, and the food was delicious. I'd definitely stay here again. The only caveat is that you really can only reach it by taxi or tuktuk -- it's too hard to walk in that area, even from the metro.
First time in THE MANOR - even if they forgot to pick us up at the airport, the stay was great! We know many hotels in Delhi, but this time we felt very much at home. Nice rooms, nice restaurant, stylish ambience, courteous staff. It's a pity we couldn't stay longer (but will be repeated as soon as the corona crisis is over ...)!
The Manor is the perfect antidote to a day in Delhi! Quiet, calm and friendly. Great food. You really feel like you are in a Manor house not a hotel. Lovely all around. The staff were wonderful and always went out of their way to be helpful.
After reading the reviews we had high expectations and was looking forward to our stay. The establishment itself is beautiful and nicely decorated. The room was spacious and clean, with a comfortable big bed. We had dinner at the Verandah, food was ok, small portions and very pricey. We orded an Australian wine, but later realized that we got a New Zeeland wine, it tasted fine though. Staff was friendly and gave some good advice of where to go for shopping. Breakfast, this is where the real problems began . It took over 45 minutes to get the order of eggs and when they finally came,it was the wrong order. We got the feeling of total chaos. There where only a few guests and still the staff could not get it together. No one asked if we wanted more coffee, pineapple juice that was suppose to be fresh, had a nasty suspicious taste. Some parts of the order didnt even show up. What we find difficult to understand is why the staff never write down any orders? A pen and piece of paper can avoid a lot this. To sum it up. This is NOT a four star hotel. Its a long way left. …
Stayed at the manor for 2 nights but wish I could have stayed longer . Staff were excellent, food good, very quiet in a residential area away from the noise of Delhi.comfortable Very nice boutique hotel with a coffee shop , outdoor courtyard , spa and art gallery on site . Staff were very helpful and helped to arrange a car for me and accommodated a late checkout . I have nothing bad to say about it and preferred the ambiance compare to the large hotel chains which are more expensive
We stayed two nights. Very creative dinner and best quality of the meal. We relaxed there the day after flying to Delhi (came to the hotel after midnight and felt a warm welcome) thank you to the entire crew.
A quiet, lovely boutique hotel sheltered from the hustle and bustle of Delhi. The staff were welcoming and assisted us in a timely and effective fashion with all our requests and questions. Just a lovely place to rest.
Had booked a deluxe room, was surprised with an upgrade to a signature room on arrival. Team was great during my short visit, Ashwine was particularly helpful. I'm not big on hotel food but have to give this place a special shout out, it was the perfect stay at the end of my India trip. Had lunch at their Italian restaurant, the napoli pizza was great tasted really authentic, but the real star was dinner at their Indian restaurant INQ. Had the idle soup, okra main course and their snowball dessert. food was so different than other Indian meals I had, definitely will repeat if i get myself to india again.
Not worth the tarif paid. Very ordinary set up and rooms. Not recommended for a stay if one is used to four or five star hotels. There is no formal reception in the property. Only one informal bar and dining area. Limited choice of breakfast.