If you are looking for affordable hotel accommodation in Delh/3 star hotel or budget hotel then you can visit Dee Marks Hotel & Resort, a well known hotel in delhi near National Highway-8. website http://deemarks.com
'The Eaton Smart New Delhi Airport Transit Hotel' opened its door to transit passengers on 08/06/11. It has 57 rooms for international transit passengers who have cleared customs and do not have an Indian visa and 36 rooms for domestic passengers. Located within Terminal-3 (T-3), it will be a boon to both international as well as domestic travellers. However, as security will be of paramount importance within the high-risk area (airport), passengers will be subjected to stringent security checks while entering and exiting the airport hotel.
The rooms will be offered on an hourly basis for a minimum of 5 hours (Rs. 3,000/- or US$ 60) and a maximum of 24 hours (Rs. 6,900/- or US$ 138). For shorter durations, the hotel has 7 aqua pods (private shower rooms) that allow passengers to freshen up. These would cost Rs. 550/- (US$ 11) per hour.
All these facilities are located on the lobby level of both the international as well as national wings. Also, a T lounge will be serving an all-day menu, a fitness centre, a spa and an e point for complimentary access to the Internet, a computer and a printer 24/7, are added facilities.
(As reported in 'The Indian Express' newspaper of June 10, 2011 page 1 of the Express Newsline pullout section and repeated by 'The Times of India the next day, page 4).
First Written: Feb. 15, 2012
Updated: May 29, 2012
Nice luxury hotel but every extra is very expensive. Still a good stay if you watch the extra charges.
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In Feb 2009 we paid 350r per night for a double room, which was a decent size, though a bit dark, with a private bathroom. Probably the only complaint I had at the time was that the mattress was incredibly thin by western standards, but I got used to this after a few months in India! The manager was very friendly, and though he did keep offering us tours, wasn't too pushy about it.
However, my partner had stayed there 2 years before, and swears he got bitten by a rat during the night!
I had to chanege bookings, as my Hotel, in east Delhi "developed" watter mains problem, 2 days before I was due to fly out... Read they overbooked my room, altought I made the booking in April, 6 months in advance.
Well quick search on the net and Hostelworld.com come up with Ivory Palace Hotel.
I crossrefferenced with Tripadvisor.com and took a chance... That was the best dessision I have ever made on my Indian trip!!!
Ivory Palace is situated in Karol Bagh neighborhood of Delhi in the NW of the center and close to the Airport.
Nice middle class district with great market (Channa Market).
The hotel is situated on the back of the main street/market and altought lively, the hotel is tucked away & in very quiet and safe street...
Also added bonus is that Karol Bagh metro station is about 200m from the hotel & connects with all parts of Delhi.
Rooms are nice and clean ad very well apointed with western WC & hot water!!.
Also they have cable TV and AC, with nice sitting area & room service.
Downstares there is internet access and brekfast area, where brekfast is served every morning.
Staff is exelent, and they realy take good care of you! The treatmant we've got was as part of extended family.
We got helpfull advise on the city and what to look for and what to avoid, also we were helped , when we have been hassled by travel agent.
Which was very much appriciated as it was our first day in India...
Momo and the rest of the staff were great, specialy the owner, who did help a lot.
Price for dubble room in high season is Rs1000 or €15 a nite.
The Hotel also offers free pick up from the airport or train station.
Ivory Palace might be little out of the way and not in the Paharganj area of town, where is full of backpaker hostels, & more expencive than avarage Rs 400 for dubble room you pay in Paharganj,but worth every peny, pardon rupee!!
I recomend this hotel, for no hastle, quiet place to stay and do your sightseeing.
Suitable for everybody, from older travelers, to families, to singles, to interpid travellers.... I travelled with teenage boy of 13.
The Lalit is truly a first class hotel. Luxury awaits as you enter the beautifully decorated, airy and spacious lobby. Check-in was a breeze - well organized. Our room was wonderful and spotlessly clean. The room had a comfortable king size bed (great linens), work station desk, small table and chair, coffee/tea maker, complimentary bottled water, refrigerator/mini bar, flat screen TV, large closet, and laptop safe.
The bathroom was just as nice. Full length glass "windows" surround the bathtub and overlook the room/TV (roll-down coverings for modesty). Separate rain shower as well.
The Buffet breakfast (included) and a buffet dinner are served in the 24/7 restaurant. A huge variety of food - both Indian and continental. The only complaint I had about the hotel was that the food was extremely expensive - even snacky stuff.
Although we didn't use the pool, the pool area is very nice. The pool is an all-weather outdoor pool with floating lounge chairs (which looked wonderfully relaxing). There is also a nice sitting area with tables and chairs outside the 24/7 restaurant. It's a nice place to have your breakfast.
The Lalit also has a highly rated spa (which we didn't use) and many other amenities. Check the website for further information.
Located in the great Connaught Place area, there are plenty of shops and restaurants around.
All in all, I would definitely recommend this hotel. It's especially perfect for a weekend for two!
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 to Rs.490 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
I had a booking for Vishal Hotel, but when I arrived there I didn't like the rooms and they have no 24h check-in. Close to this hotel, Anoop hotel had better conditions and 24h check-in.
I stayed in a double room with private bath, air conditioning and Tv.
I stayed at Smyle Inn, Pahar Ganj, Delhi. This is a budget hotel. I took the room, tour and airport pickup + breakfast package which were good value for money. The room was so – so, but decent. You get what you paid for. Besides bed, it also has a small table, cupboard, TV and attached bathroom. You will also get one big mineral water for each day you stayed. Breakfast is consists of toasts, cereal, banana, juice and milk. The location was great. It was in the middle of the bazaar and about 10 minutes walk to the nearest metro station (Ramakrishna Ashram Marg). It’s also walking distance to the New Delhi Railway Station. The tour was awesome. It’s up to you what time you want to start the tour. A driver took me around with his car and the places covered were Rajpath & India Gate, Presidents House, Government buildings, Humayun’s Tomb, Qutab Minar, Lotus Temple, Birla Temple, Gandhi Museum and Rajgath Memorial. It was a good orientation of the city. The only downside is the hot water which is seldom not functioning, so it could be a problem if you stayed during winter. I really recommend this hotel for budget travelers. If you are going to stay here, plz send my regards to Alam, the very nice and friendly receptionist.
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Hotel Singh International is a clean and comfortable hotel.It is located in Karol bagh area.The rooms are simple and not very fancy,but very comfortable and clean.The staff is helpful and it is centrally located.
Pahargunj is the worst place to stay in delhi. Its crowed, polluted, noisy, cramped, old and full of people who cheat travellers. We stayed at Hotel Shivam Palace situated next to Bankebehari temple. The person who named the hotel, did not know the meaning of a hotel and palace. It is a 4 storied building cramped between two old buildings. It has 10 feet wide road in front of it which is named as sangtrashan gali. The neighbouring building has a laxmi narayan temple on the ground floor and it has a loud speaker. The puja and prayer start everyday at 05:45 am and continue up to 07:00 am with the loud speakers on. It is impossible for the guests in shivam palace to sleep in the early morning. If you want to compensate your sleep by taking an afternoon nap....beware!! There is a puja ritual in the afternoon as well with the loud speakers on. I never stayed in the hotel in the evening, so I dont know if there is any Sandhya aarti or not. We stayed in room 205 and 305. None of the rooms has any window opening. There is one window which opens towards the corridor. There are wooden ventilation towards the corridor and the service boys loud voices are always heard. Opposite to room 305, there is service boys common room with a calling bell. Every time the manager at the reception needs a service boy, he presses the calling bell and if you are staying in third floor, you will hear the bell loud and clear. Even after midnight! And of course, you will always hear the service boys gossipping and laughter all the time; thanks to the wooden ventilators. Rooms were reasonably clean, although the small cockroaches were available and the floor under the bed was full of garbage. Hot water is available upon asking i.e. no running hot water. Each room has TV with cable connection. No elevator, only stairs. Reception has aquaguard water and service boys are happy to fill your water bottle. You can initially rely on food which is available in the hotel, but if you want to know where your food is prepared, get to the rooftop and you might not want to order your food from the hotel again. To conclude, I will never ever go back to pahargunj area to stay.
I stay in Hotel Ajanta last month. This hotel is very good. First I tell you that its location is perfect, very close to 5 minutes from new delhi railway station and 10 minutes way from Cannaught Place (the main city centre. It is also close to Karol Bagh shopping market. All the staff of this hotel is very nice.
In my opinion Ajanta Hotel is a very good Hotel and nice place in Delhi.
I would have no hesitation in recommending this hotel.
location is perfect, very close to 5 minutes from new delhi railway station and 10 minutes way from Cannaught Place.
We found this hotel from the internet booking agency. The comments were on the dot, it is well located within walking distance of Jamia Masjid, Red Fort and Chandni Chowk which also means that it is in the poor and dirty commercial neighborhood( a huge garbage compound is in the vicinity! In October there is also a Hindu festival held in this area which attracts a lot of people converging into an already congested area. But the only hassle experienced were from the rickshaws who would follow you and try to overcharge for even short distances. The hotel staff were friendly and the included American breakfast is satisfactory. We booked two rooms but one was initially without a fridge, and has no window. The room price was the same however :( . Another comment, the building looks run down and may be a fire hazard with buildings close to each other and outside the buildings electrity wires dangling all over the place.
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