Raj Royalex Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

8495, Arya Nagar, Arakashan Road, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110055, India
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85%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
33%
71
Very Good
38%
80
Average
14%
30
Poor
8%
17
Terrible
5%
12

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 81% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Delhi-Goa budget airlines

by Ishtvan

Dear All,

It's my first visit in India.

I am planning to fly from Delhi to Goa on 09.11.2009
and back from Goa to Delhi on 15.11.2009.

I heard about very budget ways to fly there and back.
But the I found only opportunities for about 200USD.

Could you please advice the most budget flight and aircompany.

Thank you.

Re: Delhi-Goa budget airlines

by travelmad478

There are a number of low-cost carriers in India, including GoAir, SpiceJet, JetLite, Kingfisher Red, etc. Google "Indian LCCs" to find them. You generally have to book directly through the airlines' websites.

Re: Delhi-Goa budget airlines

by Avijayan

Delhi-Goa return ticket should cost you around $200 during peak season/weekends.

you can also try www.cleartrip.com , www.makemytrip.com , tarvelocity.co.in - you will find more or less the fares will be competetive...

Re: Delhi-Goa budget airlines

by Donna_in_India

Hi - Check SpiceJet - they're having some special promotions now - fares should be around $110 or so but you must book now! (There is a new security feature - involving passwords from your bank - on the Indian airline websites. This does not apply to foreign credit cards so you can just ignore it.) You can also check the airlines travelmad listed as well as Indigo. But the SpiceJet fare is a good one.

Re: Delhi-Goa budget airlines

by Ishtvan

Thank you friends!

Re: Delhi-Goa budget airlines

by Donna_in_India

It's better to book directly with the airlines. The prices won't be any cheaper somewhere else and if you have to change your tickets for any reason, you'll have less of a hassle dealing directly with the airlines.

Travel Tips for Delhi

Delhi in a nutshell

by call_me_rhia

"Delhi, where an empire rose and fell before the dawn of history; where citadels of emperors appeared and disappeared; a city of mysterious eternity whose old ruins proclaim a majestic and imperial past and whose present pulsates vibrantly with the ever flowing life of India. There have been at least seven cities around modern Delhi, and the old saying that whoever founds a new city at Delhi will lose it has come true every time." This quote comes from the history section (which I condensed) of www.delhitourism.com My stay in Delhi has been very brief, a couple of days indeed - too brief to penetrate the soul of this huge cosmopolitan city. And then again I've stayed long enough to notice some things: first of all Delhi is not as bad as people make it sound: there is dirt, true - but it's not an open-air dump: there's still a lot of green everywhere. ABout the crowds: they are not as scary as I thought - in particular I noticed the low number of beggars, which by the way were not insistent at all. In comparison: you can see many more beggars (and more annoying ones) in MIlan. Traffic and pollution are not from hell, Bangkok is very much worse.. Delhi is quite beareble in this respect. All in all, Delhi turned out to be a nice surprise.

Indian Marriage Party!

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Well Marriage in India is a very important part of the whole family of the groom and bride. Mostly they live as a Joint Family (Extended Family) and majority of marriages are arranged. So a marriage in India is a union between two families and that's why the do a lot of preparation, negotiation , consultation and agreements before the wedding. Status and class is an important part in choosing the partner and approval of the parents especially for younger couples is an important factor as most of the agreements (financial, future plans etc.. is being done by them).
I was invited to a marriage in a Five * hotel and took few pictures to share with you.
Marry the right person and live happily ever after :-)
Well the fact is majority of population in India are medium class or poor, therefore they celebrate marriages in small hotels/Residents and even in the streets. Pictures no.4 and 5 are from a marraige celebrated in the street (Groom riding a horse and , drums playing and people dancing!! :-)
Marry the right person and live happily ever after :-)

Jain Charity Birds Hospital

by ellsasha

This was a unique find brought to my attention by fellow VTer Nish2027. I was so impressed by the care that the Jains who founded this hospital in 1956 provide for these injured and sick birds. I visited the "general ward" which was almost full to capacity. Small cages line one wall, with large enclosures on the other side for larger birds, and for those birds who are being re-introduced to their species and prepared for freedom after long periods of isolation during treatment. There is also an intensive care area and a research lab. The adjacent Jain Temple had a ceremony taking place when I visited, so, I did not enter. It is important to note that Jains are strict vegetarians with a love for all living things, so one should not wear or carry leather accessories when visiting the temple. It is easy to spot the building from the street as many birds after they are released refuse to leave, and fly around the building. Donations are very welcome for the worthwhile work that goes on here, and the Jains manage to stretch their funds amazingly.

Sarojini Nagar market

by Rupanworld about Miscellaneous purchases

Sarojini nagar (named after freedom fighter Sarojini naidu) is a huge shopping area in Delhi and is quite crowded all through out the day. Everything you want to. Just look for the right shop. Average. Infact less than in most markets

Cycle rickshaw in Old delhi

by alycat

The cycle rickshaw was the common mode of transport until about the 80's even in the urban areas all over the country, but its last vestige seems to be the rural heartland of India as well the old pockest in most of the cities. Hence, as in the older parts of most other cities in India, old Delhi also has its fair share of cycle rickshaws.

Though it did seem insensitive and inhuman to be getting a ride in one of the cycle rickshaws in Old Delhi (Chandni Chowk, Chawri bazar, Red Fort areas), its a source of livelihood to the people who ride them. You can bargain for the price before you decide to get a ride in them. These areas are heavily congested making them unfit to drive a car or vehicle through, so its entirely upto you if wana hitch a ride in them or not and you can definetely pay them more than what you had bargained for to ease the guilt factor!!!

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