If it really was his former residence he must have had a wonderful life and a big family...
Wonderful hotel, impressive without being a stuffed shirt. From the greeting to the farewell we had a wonderful stay. Initially stayed in a Heritage Room which was very comfortable. It seemed a fair walk from the foyer but it never seemed a problem as the walk through the halls with all the fabulous old prints was always interesting.
On our return, I had booked a Grand Heritage room but they upgraded us to a Deco suite which was a lovely set of rooms and an excellent example of art deco. A bit of a brickbat for some mechanical noise all night - subdued but annoying. May have been from the roof or outside of the hotel so cant be too censorious.
Food and Drink - the 1911 bar was fabulous as was the restaurant overlooking the garden. Food was excellent. Prices for food were good for what you got. $25 for a glass of run of the mill chablis was stretching it a bit.
Food at Spice Route was lovely as was the restaurant.
Food at San Gigagnamo was mixed. Lyn's fish was very good my Angel Hair pasta with seafood was an appalling gluggy shambles.
Service - from start to finish this was excellent except for the chap in the small bar who didn't listen when my wife asked for no ice in her G&T, he then removed it piece by piece with tongs...
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- Also Known As:
- Imperial Hotel New Delhi
- Imperial New Delhi
- Imperial Hotel Delhi
- The Imperial Hotel Delhi
- Hotel Imperial
- The Imperial New Delhi
- Grand Imperial Hotel
- The Imperial Palace Hotel