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    Reviewed 14 January 2011

    What a nice hotel. We spent two nights here. The staff arranged a car for us to go to the Taj Mahal for the day (skip the post-Taj shopping). We travel a lot in India - and this is perhaps the quietest hotel we've stayed in ... period. DO NOT miss the 4th floor terrace, or the wonderful breakfast in the basement every morning (omlette bar and pancakes).

    The bathrooms are one of the best I've seen in India - including some 5-star hotels.

    the only difficulty is that this hotel is 40 minutes and 350 Rs (by pre-paid taxi) from the airport, so it's not a great place to stay if you plan to fly out early the next morning.

    • Stayed: January 2011, travelled as a couple
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    1  Thank carteeb
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    Reviewed 10 January 2011

    Not too far from anything, the Amber is just a little hard to find but more than worth it. True value for money; I would love to stay here again the next time I visit Delhi. Manager Mukesh Sharma and all the staff were courteous, accomodating and went out of their way to keep me comfortable. The rooms were spacious, clean, quiet and offered free wi-fi and the roof top terrace was a nice addition. Would definitely recommend.

    • Stayed: January 2011, travelled on business
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    Thank SarahReth
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    Reviewed 30 December 2010

    We found the hotel Amber on Trip Advisor, and took all reviews into careful consideration pre making our reservation. We stayed for three nights, two consecutive nights upon our arrival in Delhi, and one further night upon our return to Delhi post spending a couple of days in Agra.

    Given we were only in Delhi for a short period of time, we decided to stay at a boutique hotel as opposed to a large American chain. We knew we would spend our entire time sightseeing hence we did not require a pool, spa, gym etc... We are quite fussy travellers, hence we were looking for in a hotel in Delhi that provided good value for money, safety (two ladies travelling on their own) & good location, cleanliness, restaurant / room service, easy access to the airport and very helpful & friendly staff. The Amber did not disappoint, despite taking a gamble and relying solely upon strangers reviews on trip advisor.

    I agree with other (recent) reviewers that rooms are spotless and the beds are incredibly comfortable. We stayed in two different rooms (as we stayed twice), one on the second floor and one on the third floor. We were happy with both rooms.

    The choice of food at breakfast is good (depends what you are looking for / expect). The portion size is sufficient for men and women and will suit whether you are eating and then travelling to the airport for home, or heading out for a day of sightseeing. Eat what you want in short. Omlettes are great and very filling - ask for a three egg omlette. We enjoyed breakfast.

    We bought bottled water in the hotel (approx 40 rps) as we knew it would be okay. We carried this around with us during the day. We were strongly advised NOT to drink out of (the refillable) glass bottles (plastic okay) and we 100% agree with this.

    We had room service on two occasions and the food was fabulous. Tasty, generous portions, fresh and hot. Suited us perfectly. A good variety of different cuisines on offer too.

    We didn't take advantage of the roof-top terrace, but we did take a look around. It's a nice open, comfortable, space if you fancy a drink at the end of a long day. We saw a middle age couple chilling with some drinks as we stopped by. This hotel is definitely suited to young, middle-age and travellers with young children. Business travellers too.

    We arranged our own taxi when we arrived at the airport to take us to the hotel - very straight forwards - make sure you use the pre-paid taxi desk at the airport. The hotel is approx 45 mins from the airport, really not too far at all. I agree with previous reviewers that it is not that straight forwards to find the hotel, but do not let that put you off staying. We had a map (printed off the internet), and the hotel spoke to our taxi driver to provide directions to get us to the hotel. It really wasn't not a big deal.

    Yes, the rickshaws struggled to find the hotel too when we were out and about sightseeing on our own. We used our mobiles and the hotel staff to guide us back safely, we also made sure to negotiate a fixed fare pre getting into any rickshaw. That is a must.

    The front desk organised a taxi to the airport upon checkout for the final time. We obviously paid the tourist price but we did not feel ripped off. We tipped the hotel staff accordingly at the end of our stay.

    The hotel organised a day of sightseeing when we arrived and also a driver to / from Agra. The hotel manager, Mukesh, was absolutely amazing. He could not do enough for us throughout our stay. He personally organised the car to / from Agra and negotiated an excellent tariff - way below what we would have paid for a private taxi. I'm sure he would be very happy to help other guests. The front desk were helpful, but clearly did not have his contacts - a big plus and something to be mindful of.

    The front desk were super, super, super, super helpful (sometimes a little over the top for us). We put this down to 'culture' as opposed to being specific to the Amber, we did find the same 'helpful approach' wherever we travelled in India to be fair.

    We would definitely stay again for a couple of days and recommend this hotel to our friends. We would recommend this to couples, friends (ladies travelling together on their own as well too) and families who are in Delhi primarily for sightseeing and business.

    We have nothing negative to write about this hotel.

    • Stayed: November 2010
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    3  Thank KLB_Travel_Buddy
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    Reviewed 21 December 2010

    The Amber is a pleasant, modern, clean, and quiet small hotel in South Delhi, near the Escorts Heart Institute. The rooms are well-appointed and comfortable, there is free wireless internet throughout, and the staff are courteous, though not particularly friendly. The main problem with the Amber is that it is in a very awkward location for the tourist. There is no metro nearby, and it is nigh-on impossible to get a taxi driver to find it (even if you speak Hindi). It's a 30 minute drive to CP, costing about US$5-6. Coming back at night is always an adventure.

    • Stayed: December 2010, travelled solo
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    1  Thank Robert H
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    Reviewed 12 December 2010

    We stayed here for two nights enroute to Kathmandu. The room was clean and contemporary in design and furnishing. The staff, though courteous, were not very knowledgeable about places of interest or transportation. The hotel is located in a residential area so finding taxis or rickshaws was always difficult. I suppose its rate makes up for this.

    • Stayed: November 2010, travelled with family
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    Thank dhilaws
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