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Yatri House
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Reviewed March 13, 2012

Located just west of Paharganj. Very pleasant and very quiet place (it is on a minor sidestreet off Panchkuian Marg a short ways northwest of Ramakrishna Ashram Marg metro station). Nice garden / courtyard. A good breakfast, internet, and one transfer (well executed) included in the price. Rooms have some heat and are clean, but are quite modest for the price. However, unless quiet is very, very important to you, it is significantly if not spectacularly overpriced; we decided that quiet was worth it while we were trying to work through a 10 1/2 hour time difference-worth of jet lag, but not once we were acclimated to India time. A minor irritation was that, upon arriving at the usual ungodly hour, they insisted on taking our passports, and refused to return them until much later in the morning. I do not sleep well without my passport.

  • Stayed: April 2011, traveled with friends
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Reviewed March 9, 2012

We recently booked this hotel by email from the UK for our first three nights after arrival in Delhi with a taxi collection from the airport included in the cost. All went well and we found the accommodation satisfactory, particularly as it was centrally located close to a metro station and in a very quiet private road. Staff were friendly and helpful serving breakfast in a pleasant little courtyard. The clean room was a good size but nothing special and without style. On reflection we realised that the price we were charged was high compared to the other hotels we stayed at (including another one in Delhi where we stayed at the end of our tour of Rajasthan) .

  • Stayed: February 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank MikeFLondon
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Reviewed March 7, 2012

To be picked up from the airport at crack of dawn and put straight into our room at about 7am was a huge weight off my mind when we arrived in Delhi. We were able to get a few hours sleep before braving the streets of Delhi. This we got at no extra charge which we thought was very reasonable. We were very pleased that Yiatri house, although being central and ideally located, was infact so well set back from the main road that it was lovely and quiet. This in itself was a relief (if you've been to India you will know what I mean!).
We only met Sanjay (the owner) on our last day and found him to be very easy to talk to and very helpful and very amenable.
Although the room and bathroom were clean enough, the electrics were from the arc with power socket hanging off the wall and we were worried about turning on the bedside lamps in particular.
Nice, huge TV on the wall, for those that want and good free wireless internet access was great (only 2 of our other hotels ever charged for this so not uncommon).
Beds in India are nearly always hard, with sheets and blankets. However Yiatri house had the best soft pillows of any place we stayed in 3 weeks travelling.
Our room overlooked the little courtyard where breakfast was served. It was possible to hear people outside but by then we were up already.
Breakfast was nice. Staff very accommodating. One guy slept in the 'lounge' next to entrance and had to wake up every time someone arrived or left in the night. However was nice to know that we were safe indoors! This guy recommended a superb restaurant (Malahotras) for take away, but we decided to brave the streets (to check it was ok) and found it to be the best food we had in Delhi. We made a b-line for it on our return.
Yiatri House is very basic with no frills (much more 'guest house' than 'hotel'). Reasonably comfortable and we felt very at home there. It was easy to find our way from/back to as well.
The reason we did not return at the end of our holiday was that for 5000 rupees (for a double), it was very expensive compared to much better and cheaper hotel accommodation we subsequently found very easily. However for first time in Delhi it's probably ideal.

  • Stayed: February 2012, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Gill S
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Reviewed March 6, 2012

If Hiltonia is not your scene, Yatri House (yes, it IS a house) is the perfect staging post between full-on India and the rest of the world. It provides the perfect oasis of calm when either arriving (they whisk you safely from the airport) or as a chance to regain your composure and finish off your visit prior to flying out again. It has always been a great place, but recently the standard of attentiveness to detail has been taken up one more notch; the towels were perfectly presented in the bathroom, there was the sense that the cleaning was bordering on fanatical! In short; it was an absolute pleasure to return to. Added bonus; eat the food with complete confidence! I don't often say that...

  • Stayed: February 2012, traveled with family
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Thank WilliamRufus
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Reviewed February 20, 2012

A quiet escape from the hustle bustle of CP. Very kind and accommodating staff. I would stay here again the next time I'm in Delhi.

  • Stayed: February 2012, traveled on business
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Thank wanderlustMBA
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