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Budget Hotels in Delhi

by mercyjane

Hi,
I found some Budget Hotels but as the information provided wr not good, i want someone to help me out.

Re: Budget Hotels in Delhi

by quincey0722

Try marco polo at parganj near delhi the train station. streets could be narrow and chaotic. but these hotel is at the corner street 5 meters from the main street.1 car can enter.

Room rent rages from Rs.320=00 to Rs.490=00 about $10 the address is 8593/1, Arakashan Road, Pahar Ganj, New Delhi-110055, India.
Other Contact: Tel: 91 11 361 8854 91 11 361 8

Re: Budget Hotels in Delhi

by adx

Hi, Reputation of hotels in pahargang is not good as they are not safe and clean. If u r looking for budget hotels, Karol Bagh is the best place for. If u can tell which part of Delhi u want to stay, i can provide u better options.
adx

Re: Budget Hotels in Delhi

by lynnehamman

Sometimes staying in home-stay or bed & breakfasts is much cheaper option than budget hotels, and the value is always better. Let me know which area of Delhi you are interested in. Paharganj is not all bad- we have spent a fair amount of time walking the area, and eating there. It is very popular with younger travellers and back-packers, and is lively and seemed safe enough to us.

Re: Budget Hotels in Delhi

by goutammitra

Hi! The budget hotels of Delhi are mostly located at Paharganj and Karolbagh are both near New Delhi railway station. I too have stayed at Paharganj hotel with my family several times, never felt unsafe. But I suggest to explore homestay as suggested by Lynne. She has been to Delhi several times and have researched well. Even I have decided to stay at the place Lynne stayed, it's not expensive.

Welcome to India!

Re: Budget Hotels in Delhi

by goutammitra

If you are backpacker, then explore Paharganj and Karolbagh, I am sure you shall get a better bargain. Just book for one night and then explore the hotel of your choice once you are in Delhi. Internet booking rates are always high.

Re: Budget Hotels in Delhi

by srinpav

hotel namaskar is a very good budget option with big rooms with a bathroom starting at a fixed price of 300 rupees. The staff are friendly and very helpful and it is just off main bazaar in pahar ganj. I have stayed there a few times and it is perfect for anyone on a budget. hope this helps.

Re: Budget Hotels in Delhi

by shataana

Pahar, is actually the best ideal place for us Backpackers!!
You find anything you wish for, if you look carefully!
I spent most of my stay there, and I love it!! Nice cheap hotels in the Backstreets, go explore!!!

Re: Budget Hotels in Delhi

by rajrajzach

You could always have a look at the free classified site http://www.secondhandnet.com. There are a lot of interesting things from persons and companies all over India. Some really good offers if you are lucky.

Re: Budget Hotels in Delhi

by lynnehamman

Re reply:

***You could always have a look at the free classified site http://www.secondhandnet.com. There are a lot of interesting things from persons and companies all over India. Some really good offers if you are lucky.***

What on earth has this reply have to do regarding budget hotels in Delhi?

Besides- the op was made 5 months ago....

Travel Tips for Delhi

The Red fort

by husain

This 17th century Mughal fort, also known to the locals as Lal Quila was constructed by Shah Jahan (who also made the Taj mahal), when he shifted his empires capital from Agra to the newly planned city of Shahjahanabad in Delhi in 1638. It represents a period which was the peak of the Mughal era.
The fort houses the Diwan-e-am, the hall for public audience with the emperor, where he would hear public grievances etc, and the Diwan-e-khas, the hall of private audiences with the emperor.
These and other mughal era features are common to the Agra fort and the Lahore fort.

The fort has political significance in todays India, since the Prime minister addresses the nation from here on Independence day, on August 15th every year.

Take the underground metro service to Red Fort. The most central access points to the metro are probably Connaught Place and India Gate (Central Secretariat stations). Thats probably the best way to reach any of the Old Delhi areas these days.

Different way to get to school

by MacedonianUK

Indians love their motorbikes... I think is more of them than cars.
In the morning whole family (4 ppl) will straddle motorbike to take them to their daly work or school.
In the chaos which is Delhi traffic,the motorbike can navigate quite sucessfuly, so is widely used.

Hanuman Statue

by keeweechic

This is a massive statue right at a busy intersection and caught me off guard when I rounded a corner a couple of blocks away and saw it. The face was very imposing up above some tree tops. I had been told on the trip that this was the monkey god but when I said that to one of my Indian colleagues, he laughed and said it was Hanuman. If you are taking the train, you raised tracks will actually have you on a par with the face of the statue.

Location : Pusa Road and Link Road, Karolbagh

Largest Shopping Mall

by RAJASTHANBYCAR about Ambience Mall Gurgoan

This is the largest Mall in the town about One Kilometer long. Almost everything is available under one roof. This mall houses Big Bazaar, Reliance Retail chain & Pantaloons. It also houses showrooms of all major brands, including high end brands. Movies, Food Court, There is a good choice of fine dining restaurants in the mall. Almost every thing is there.

Nazm-ud-din Railway station

by uglyscot

I had heard so much about India's railway system and how good it was, so we opted to give it a try. We decided to travel to Agra by train and then from Jaipur to Delhi. As it was we only did the first leg of the journey.
First, let me say finding one's way around without local help would be difficult. The platform we had to leave from was crowded, and when the train arrived, everyone rushed to find their carriage, pushing and shoving . I was carried along with the crowd, didn't notice a small pothole, and fell. later I discovered I'd fractured a bone near my ankle.
The carriage itself was shabby and not very attractive. For 3 hours that was not a major issue. The windows were positively filthy, so even trying to enjoy the landscape was difficult. Salesmen came round offering drinks and snacks, but one look at them and my husband decided to stick to the fruit and biscuits we'd taken from the hotel.
I must admit the train was punctual. It made only a few brief stops. However, anyone might have missed the destination as the sign said AGRACANTT, not just Agra.

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