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Reviewed March 20, 2013

Wow! What a way to start our Indian journey for 2 nights, 23rd &24th Feb. This truly is a fabulous place to stay. Very opulent and grand. On arrival we had received an upgrade to a Grand Heritage suite which was a lovely surprise, huge comfy bed and pillows and with the most wonderful size bath! The first night we ate in Daniels Tavern and the food was excellent and the second night we dined in the very famous Spice Route, which was a wonderful experience. Breakfast is a delight too as there is plenty of choice and of course an egg chef, but we can honestly say that we had the best omelettes ever there!! We ate outside on the terrace to enjoy the sun! All the staff were very friendly and attentive. Lovely pool area too to relax after all the sightseeing. P.S make sure you do a Bicycle Rickshaw ride through Old Delhi- great fun.

Room Tip: Heritage rooms are lovely
  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank Stockhouse
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Reviewed March 19, 2013

This really is a very good hotel after its refurbishment of the last few years. Last time I stayed here was over twenty years ago and it was a very faded dump with staff sleeping in the corridors outside the rooms. Now it is all so different; stylish, classy, great staff and fantastic service.

The restaurants, bars and room service are quite pricey but the coffee house with its lovely terrace overlooking the gardens is a great spot for the delicious and vastly varied buffet breakfast and a light meal of Indian or Western fare.

I only had two complaints. One was that - in common with most good hotels in India - they charge, and charge a lot, for in-room internet. We need to campaign to stop this and bring India into line with most of the West.

Second, after a four night stay in a great room, I went away for a couple of nights and returned to be given a woman only room for my final night. Whilst I don't particularly object to this as an idea and fully see that some women might like it, I would have preferred to have been asked and I really objected to the pastel pink towels, and pink robe as opposed to the usual white. I found this patronising to a stereotype that isn't me! I was also a little disconcerted by the CCTV monitor next to the bed - again woman only rooms - trained on the corridor. I really didn't want to spend the night watching the corridor. I tried to turn it off to sleep and failed and ended up having to bury it in a pink towel to hide the glow.....

Room Tip: Avoid women only rooms unless you like pink.
  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled on business
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Thank Theodora M
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Reviewed March 18, 2013

A stay at the Imperial is a unique experience not to be missed if you can afford it. Art, history and impeccable attention to detail. The concierge was most helpful in organizing outings to see the attractions of our choice. Outstanding in every respect.

Room Tip: Our room faced the garden and it was very quite.
  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank lagaa
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Reviewed March 18, 2013

The hotel is truly an awesome stay option in New Delhi. The approach road is narrow and congested because of construction, however what awaits inside the hotel gate is a different experience. The hotel lobby is posh and very neat and clean. The furniture and the overall setting reminds one of the olden "Maharajah times". The staff is quite attentive and courteous. The rooms are very nicely done and the furniture designs and quality is so fine. The breakfast is very good and has a lot of variety ( mostly for European tourists). The place is in center of the city and is very well connected till late night. The main market ( CP ) is just walking distance and finding a local transportation any time of the day is always easy. Don't forget to try the good old taxi ride in an Ambassador (car)

  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank MohitBhargva
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Reviewed March 18, 2013

The hotel itself itself was one of the most amazing hotels I have ever stayed in however the staff on main reception were so rude - basically because we were backpacking. They tried to over charge us twice and I was really disappointed in the service. The spa + pool was amazing.

Room Tip: any room is amazing
  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled with friends
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