Clarks Inn Lajpat Nagar

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

61, Ring Road, Lajpat Nagar III, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110024, India

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    Reasonably priced with breakfast

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    The highest-priced hotels in Delhi are near/around Connaught Circle so if you want something midrange but want to avoid hostels, then this place is suitable enough. It's quite a walk to the MRT so if you have a lot of bags I suggest you ride an autorickshaw to/from the MRT station. Nothing fancy about the hotel, the reception desk is in small room fronting a driveway while the restaurant serves buffet breakfast (included in room rate) at the first floor. Free WIFI but the signal is erratic at times. Free newspaper, coffee/tea in room, in-room safe, toiletries.

    There's no bar, gym, pool, spa or either creature comforts so it's more of a business hotel. Try to get a room at the third floor and away from the street for maximum peace.

    The towels, furnishings, bed linen and room interiors look worn and in need of rejuvenation but overall, the room is basically clean and acceptable.

    Directions: Take MRT to Moolchand station then walk east on the Ring Road. The hotel is about 15 mins. away on foot or less than 5 by autorickshaw.

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Best time to buy tickets for Toronto to New Delhi

by saini27

Toronto to New Delhi
Return Ticket (FEB 28 - MAR 21 2009)
3 adults, 1 child
NOT FLEXIBLE, looking for lowest price, prefer British Airways (b/c of PTV on the 747 legs of the flight)

Should I buy now from a travel agent or do you think they will get cheaper like around the beginning of January? Everything online seems very expensive ($1600 CDN for 1)

I found one for a travel agent for $1325 CDN (1 adult) for BA

Please help!

Re: Best time to buy tickets for Toronto to New Delhi

by YVRDave

Buy early (agency). The flights fill up and prices go up. Don't forget the Visa.

Re: Best time to buy tickets for Toronto to New Delhi

by saini27

But isn't March a "low-fare" season for flights to Delhi? Do you think the seats will fill up quickly for these seats?

Re: Best time to buy tickets for Toronto to New Delhi

by vdadu

Although, I donot have a very good idea of International Flight Tickets but I feel that it will go costly day by day as this trend is normally followed by all domestic airlines. The only difference is that if demand is less, price hike will be less and that too less frequent.

However, only one possibility needs to be explored other than this i.e if in actuality airline doesn't get passengers then they make give u at less price but this will happen in the very last moment.....risk as per ur requirements.

Keep Smiling
Vivek Dadu

Re: Best time to buy tickets for Toronto to New Delhi

by YVRDave

Toronto Delhi is a VERY LARGE MARKET. It is not a VACATION MARKET. It does not follow the trend of sell offs. There are hard prices set for consolidators and the put a small mark-up on the tickets add the tax and sell. If you need specific dates buy early. The only thing that will effect the price will be a reduction in the Fuel Surcharge. If you want to wait and see if that drops you may still miss the availability of the cheap seats.

Re: Best time to buy tickets for Toronto to New Delhi

by robine

I agree, if your dates aren't flexible you must buy now. Sometimes empty seats are sold off cheaply at the last moment, but you certainly can't count on this.

Re: Best time to buy tickets for Toronto to New Delhi

by grantcanada

Hi there,
I'm actually looking for the cheapest flight departing New Delhi for Vancouver on Tues. Dec.16th. The person I'm checking for is in Nepal and it seems that flights from there are more expensive. I believe they can get to New Delhi fairly inexpensively but may need a visa? If you have any information on this, I'd appreciate it.
Thank you

Re: Best time to buy tickets for Toronto to New Delhi

by robine

The answer to your question depends on the nationality of the person concerned! In most cases, yes.

Travel Tips for New Delhi

Suncream&Cap

by radz

If u come Dec,jan bring warm cloths,night time will be chilly.
April to June ,Light cotton clothes. March April,summer you have to pack,Prickly Heat Powder,Sun screen with SPF30 above.
Winter October to Feb,bring cold cream.. For Camera you will get flim rolles here..unless you want your usual brand.
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Train to Agra

by yadiyasin

I took a train from New Delhi to Agra, the fast Shahtabdi train. The train was clean and when we left New Delhi in the morning, it left at exactly 6:00 as scheduled, very punctual. It took about 2.5 hours.
But going back to New Delhi from Agra, the train was a little late, only about 20 minutes, which I think was acceptable, despite the massive railways network (the largest in the world) that India has.
They serve a decent breakfast, omelet and toast, cheese, tea or coffee. That’s a non vegetarian breakfast. Of course they will ask first if you prefer a vegetarian or non-vegetarian breakfast. The vegetarian, is typical Indian food.
On the way back from Agra, they also served dinner, a chicken kari with rice (for the non-vegetarian).

Visit Safarjungs Tomb

by NEILHALLIDYA

Safarjung`s Tomb tends to get overlooked by tourists who tend to focus on Hunamans Tomb, Red Fort, Jama Masjid and Connaucht Place.

In some ways, this is no bad thing. Its grounds are a great place to escape the hustle and bustle of Delhi. This is a fact that has not been lost on the amorous youth of Delhi who arrive (boy and girl) on motorbike and whisper sweet nothings to each other in the extensive garden area.

The tomb was built by Nawab Shauja-ud-Daula in memory of his father and is, apparently, one of the last built, in 1753, by the Murghals and has been refered to "the last flicker in the lamp of Murghal arhitecture".

While it is an impressive building and the gardens are pleasant and well maintained its not as impressive as Humanans Tomb. Its attraction is that there are less tourists, its historical interest, and its a good place to take a break from the hussle that is the majority of Delhi.

The entrance fee was 100 rupees.

Qutab Minar

by jmmorgan

The Qutab Minar complex is located in the south area of the city. Well worth the trip to see this 73 metre tall monument. Building commenced in 1193 and over a period of years extra levels were added.
At the foot of the tower is a mosque said to be the first built in India in 1193. A pleasant way to spend an hour out of the city.

ISKCON Temple Paintings

by DaDrifter

Chants of the ISKCON Maha-Mantra "Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare, Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare" fill the air and it is fascinating to see devotees erupt into spontaneous clapping and dancing to the sounds of the chants and the accompanying drum beats.

The ceiling of the main prayer hall has colourful paintings based on the life of Lord Krishna.

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