Rockwell Plaza

5/14, W.E.A., Ajmal Khan Road, Karol Bagh, Karol Bagh, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delh
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cheapish but nice hotel in delhi

by emmac82

hi

me and a friend will be travelling india in dec and want to find a cheapish hotel in delhi for 6 nights. any ideas?

Re: cheapish but nice hotel in delhi

by Swades

youcan sereach in Paharganj area,there uwillget cheaper hotel at the range of Rs.400/500. letter upperhotelin the rangeof 1200/1500 willbe Karolgarh Area inDelhi. Like hotelSurya Shelter, Regent Continental. love andsmile..vivek

Re: cheapish but nice hotel in delhi

by maneckk

Hello emma, you would have to be more specific about your budget and what kind of hotel you prefer, there are thousands of hotels in delhi in a lot of locations, depends on what you are looking for and what is ur budget for 6 nights, some hotels are in a few dodgy neighbourhoods, so its better to avoid them too, which the lonely planet never tells you, so let me know your estimated budget and i would be able to advice you better on it, best of luck and take care

Travel Tips for Delhi

Rajpath

by husain

Literally translating to `Kings way', Rajpath was built by the British to impose and impress.
It was supposed to intimidate and drive home the point that they were in-charge. Even today, when you make your way up on Raisina Hill, you soak in the desired impact that the British Empire was wanting to leave.
Rajpath is the road that runs from National Stadium/India gate towards Raisina Hill, past North and South Block and onto `Rashtrapati bhavan'- which used to be the British Viceroys palace.
The Viceroy's palace now hosts the Presidet of India and his office, while the North and South Block house Government ministries and Military offices. Every year, the annual military and cultural parade is held on the 26th of January and passes thru Rajpath.

Baggage

by RAJASTHANBYCAR

It is advisable not to pack too many things, as it is impossible not to buy things in India. In fact the most reluctant and miserly shoppers succumb within the first few days unless they are held back. Just carry things that can be used up and thrown out at the end (creams, shampoos etc.) Though a lot of variety is available in the big cities. Can also be stitched and copied in one day, using fabric bought by the meter, which is readily available. Socks are essential if you plan to visit temples or places of worship as you are not allowed to wear shoes inside these places . There is an inexhaustible choice of comfortable, good looking cheap sandals in Delhi. Few pills for fever, aches, cough and cold will save most disasters and for jippy tummy known as Delhi belly in India. Most of the hotels have doctors on call, but if you plan to go off a beaten tract, it is worth considering taking a course for malaria, antiseptic cream, few dressings, insect bite cream. It is advisable and essential to take right injections before visiting India. A full course against typhoid, tetanus, cholera and hepatitis.

Medical services are available in almost all the good hotels, but in case you need medical attention in Delhi,
East West Medical Centre,
38, Golf Links Road, New Delhi 110 001, India A camera, with ample roll of films (good quality films are available in the big cities), a pair of binoculars, which can help with looking closer at birds, wildlife and detailed carving on buildings. Electrical gadgets work on "220 V". For daily travelling, must consist of a hand towel, a small bar of soap, a toilet roll, face tissue or handkerchiefs and a bottle for water. Travel Insurance - Is a good idea to make a small payment to cover against theft, loss and medical problems.

Ferozshah Kotla Fort

by RAJASTHANBYCAR

The ruins of Ferozabad, the 5th city of Delhi, erected by Feroz Shah Tughlaq built in 14th century (AD1351-1388) can be found at Feroz Shah Kotla, just off Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg between the Old and New Delhi. The remains of a mosque and a well can also be seen, but most of the ruins were used for the construction of later cities. Ferozshah Tughlaq was himself a great patron of architecture. He built the Ferozshah Kotla fort, this fifth city of Delhi was full of splendid palaces, mosques and gardens. The famous 14-meter highly polished sandstone Ashoka Pillar carrying Emperor Ashoka's message of peace stands here.

By Air

by keeweechic

Delhi’s airport is the Indira Gandhi International Airport which serves both international and domestic travel. It is one of the busiest airports in South Asia with a recorded 8.5 million passengers passing through it in 2004. Some 35 airlines also fly to Delhi. The airport is around 23kms south west of the city. There is a free transfer shuttle between the terminals which operates 24 hours and local transport from the airport can be found in autorickshaws, taxi’s and privately operated buses.

By Air

by srhussaini

Car/Taxi/Bus/Train & etc.



Travel like a maharajah in the Palace on Wheels. The train is built in the style of the saloon coaches of the former maharajahs and makes its journey through beautiful Rajasthan.
Itinerary: Delhi - Jaipur - Chittorgarh - Udaipur - Sawai Madhopur (Ranthambor) – Jaisalmer - Jodhpur - Bharatpur - Agra - Delhi

Departure dates from Delhi (Cantonment Station): every Wednesday from September to April.

Length of journey: 8 days and seven nights. Departure from Delhi on Wednesday evening, return to Delhi the following Wednesday morning.

Comfort in the Palace on Wheels

every saloon coach is equipped with a saloon, mini-bar and kitchenette.
each cabin has its own toilet with shower and hot and cold running water.
Indian or European food is served in separate dining cars.
a panorama saloon coach with bar is waiting to be visited.
in each saloon coach a chief steward and his assistant look after your needs.
a public address system provides background music and is used for important announcements.
a library is available.
there is a first-aid room on the train; medical assistance is available at every stopping place.
a bureau de change which also accepts travelers cheques is also on board the train.
Cabins on board the Palace on Wheels

On the Palace on Wheels there are 52 sleeping car compartments each with two beds; the beds are no longer one above another but side by side. The air-conditioned train travels in a leisurely manner so that the ever-changing landscape can be fully appreciated.

This picture is taken inside the Train.



Travel like a maharajah in the Palace on Wheels. The train is built in the style of the saloon coaches of the former maharajahs and makes its journey through beautiful Rajasthan.
Itinerary: Delhi - Jaipur - Chittorgarh - Udaipur - Sawai Madhopur (Ranthambor) – Jaisalmer - Jodhpur - Bharatpur - Agra - Delhi

Departure dates from Delhi (Cantonment Station): every Wednesday from September to April.

Length of journey: 8 days and seven nights. Departure from Delhi on Wednesday evening, return to Delhi the following Wednesday morning.

Comfort in the Palace on Wheels

every saloon coach is equipped with a saloon, mini-bar and kitchenette.
each cabin has its own toilet with shower and hot and cold running water.
Indian or European food is served in separate dining cars.
a panorama saloon coach with bar is waiting to be visited.
in each saloon coach a chief steward and his assistant look after your needs.
a public address system provides background music and is used for important announcements.
a library is available.
there is a first-aid room on the train; medical assistance is available at every stopping place.
a bureau de change which also accepts travelers cheques is also on board the train.
Cabins on board the Palace on Wheels

On the Palace on Wheels there are 52 sleeping car compartments each with two beds; the beds are no longer one above another but side by side. The air-conditioned train travels in a leisurely manner so that the ever-changing landscape can be fully appreciated.

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