ACE Residency

C-233, Greater Kailash-1, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110048, India
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New Delhi Hotel Recommendations

by RudeYute

Hi,

I am looking for a hotel in New Delhi, between 2nd November and 30th November.
Ideally, somewhere conveniently located between Connaught Place and Moti Nagar.

I understand that I will have to use the Metro to get from one to the other.

Ideally, something 4* upwards, and being such a long stay, surely there must be cheaper rates than that on websites.

Thanks

Re: New Delhi Hotel Recommendations

by RudeYute

Prince Polonia seems a good option... within my budget, and offer double rooms too. Anything around that price would be great.

Re: New Delhi Hotel Recommendations

by balramdass

Try desiya.com
I booked with them and they were quite resonable

have fun
Bal

Re: New Delhi Hotel Recommendations

by merlinsboy

The Park hotel should tick all of your boxes. See my page for write up.

Re: New Delhi Hotel Recommendations

by RudeYute

Hi,

We decided to just stay in Patel Nagar in the hotel provided to us (Rangoli Park).

Thanks for your replies tho.

Re: New Delhi Hotel Recommendations

by ganeshamgroups

see these hotels
www.hotelparas.com,
www.hotelbbpalace.com

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Travel Tips for Delhi

The Corridors of Power

by husain

Built by the British about 100 years ago, these buildings now house many of the government offices. The main architect was Herbert Baker and Lutyens, and the design draws from Mughal and Rajpur styles...
The Home ministry, Ministry of External Affairs, Finance, etc are all housed within the North Block, while the block opposite (South Block) is almost identical and it houses the Ministry of Defence.

I recommend reading William...

by j-san

I recommend reading William Dalrymple's, The City of Djinns - A year in Delhi. It has been a wonderful experience to relax and read this book in the Delhi breeze, but you ought to read it before coming to get to really appreciate this city. It presents the reader with a lot of background history and information without ever being boring. Dalrymple has written with a lot of humour and clearly affection for this place.

* Btw. Two of my favorite pages on VT about Delhi are by husain and SirRichard.

Memorials to leaders Park

by RAJASTHANBYCAR

Stretching along the Ring Road, very close to the rear of the Red Fort is a host of memorials built as a tribute to various prime ministers of the country, though the most popular is Raj Ghat built in honour of Mahatma Gandhi. The Mahatma, after his assassination on January 30, 1948, just as he was coming out of his daily prayers, was cremated on the banks of the Yamuna a day after he was killed. Raj Ghat was converted into a national memorial, the design for which was given by Vanu Bhuta. A footpath made of stone flanked by well-maintained lawns, leads to a walled enclosure, open to the sky, with a simple stone platform in black marble which indicates the site where he was cremated.Every Friday at 5 p.m., prayers are held. Just across the road is Gandhi Darshan, a small museum in which are depicted various aspects of Gandhi's life.Over the years many more memorials were built with Shanti Vana being the memorial of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru (India's first Prime Minister) who died in 1964, Shakti Sthala for Indira Gandhi, Lal Bahadur Shastri-Vijay Ghat , Kisan Ghat for Chaudhary Charan Singh and Rajiv Gandhi(Vir Bhumi).

Autorickshaws

by uglyscot

Although cycle rickshaws are allowed in Old Delhi, the pollution free autorickshaws are quicker and more comfortable.
The starting price is 8 rupees for the first kilometer, and after that 3.50 rupees for each extra kilometer.
The night charge 11pm-5.am costs 20% extra.

Flights,buses and trains...

by shalin

Flights,buses and trains connect Delhi with most cities.The Rajdhani and the August Kranti are 2 well known and comfortable trains which take about 18hrs from Mumbai-Delhi.

Airlines include Jet Airways,Indian Airlines and Sahara Airline

Inquire about bus travel from the Tourist offices.I'm sorry,i dont have a clue!:) (that's coz it would take me MORE than a few days in getting to Delhi from Mumbai via bus!)
It's extremely tough getting around in Delhi,as compared to a city like Mumbai.Taxis and autorickshaws roam the streets in search of foreigners who they can overcharge!
The best bet would be renting a car.

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