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Hotel is good and food was OK. Location was excellent and staff was courteous. I stayed for the first time and would recommend this hotel for a short stay. I may or may not stay in this hotel because food is not encouraging.
Shri Krishna Home is beyond incredible. Little boutique heaven located inside the city centre. The staff is exceptional. Extremely respectful, helpful and sweet. They go out of their way to make you feel comfortable and happy. We were so happy and grateful for our treatment....More
It was amazing stay in SHRI KRISHNA HOME. We were really glad for all the courtesy & personal attention Shalini & Zubeida (Day & Night manager) given to us during our 5 days stay. They have even arranged all our air ticket bookings, cab day...More
US$16 - US$25 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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India > National Capital Territory of Delhi > New Delhi > South Extension/Lajpat Nagar
South Extension/Lajpat Nagar
A residential neighbourhood more popular for its shopping extravaganza at display, South Ex (as known popularly) with Lajpat Nagar joining the party within a few minutes is where the local families of Delhi shop. A hot favourite with wedding shoppers, the busy South Ex market sprinkled with cafes, restaurants and bars, is home to the best of Indian shopping suiting
every style and trend, while Lajpat Nagar is a great example of a typical Indian bazaar, with a mix of roadside stalls & shops selling artwork, crockery to clothing, shoes & accessories, food kiosks (try the Tibetan momo) and mehendi sellers, applying delicate henna designs on outstretched palms. The markets remain closed on Mondays but are crowded to the hilt on other days, luring crowds with its amazing bargains.