Hotel Blue Sapphire

3351-54, Christian Colony, Bank Street, Karol Bagh, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi,
Hotel Blue Sapphire
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Avalon Courtyard

by windycity1

Can anyone provide information/review of this hotel and the surround area? Is it new? I can't seem to find much on the web. Also, should I stay here for US150/night or at The Park on Parliament for US300/night? Thanks in advance.

RE: Avalon Courtyard

by loose_motion

Hi,
The avalon courtyard is a serviced apartment complex while the park is your regular 5 star hotel. Having said that , the park is in the heart of delhi. The metro line is walking distance and getting a cab or auto would be no problem. You could even walk to the major businesses/ restaurants/ shopping etc.

The avalon is in the outskirts. Well ....very very outskirts if I can say that. Its off the metro route , off the main attractions, off the business district etc. Cabs and autos are gonna charge extra to go there after 6 pm and you might end up being stuck in your room. There's nothing to do there.

If you have the choice , go for the park . No question about it.

RE: Avalon Courtyard

by hastkala

We have 2 independent apartments for rent in same building.

APT#1
The total area is 125 sq. mtrs. apprx., Ground Floor.
3 Rooms + Kitchen and Bath. Open space
Kitchen has Gas and Burners
Unfurnished apartment with WC
Long term Rental : Rs. 20000 per month (electricity on actuals)

APT#2
The total area is 100 sq. mtrs. apprx., First floor
3 Rooms + Kitchen and Bath
Double Bed, Sofa set, Dining Table, Refrigerator, Cooking Range, Mixer, T.V., Geyser, WC
Long-term rental : Rs. 22000 per month (electricity on actuals)

Both apartments are strategically located in Daryaganj locality of Central Delhi.

Taxis, Bus stand, Auto Rickshaw easily available at 2 minutes walk around the clock. 10 minutes from New Delhi Railway Station and Connought Place and 12 minutes from ISBT. ITO is 5 minutes drive.

If you want to rent for long term, we can get it white washed as per your choice. DSL Internet connection can be provided on request.

The apartment have separate entrance and are totally independent. The area is very safe and there is a Police Station nearby. A big Park/Playground is at the back of the building.

All amenities available within walking distances. There is a BOOK BAAZAR on every Sunday mornings nearby.

This property is owned by us so no agent / agency fee is involved. Please let us know if you are interested.

Thanks and best regards

Vishal Mehra
Mobile: 9810270667

Travel Tips for New Delhi

Be ready to negotiate

by OSV_Alero

The hardest part is the negotiation. If you don't like, expect to spend more money than you should, or become friends with a native to help out. Everything! Prices are cheap if you have someone with you to help negotiate a good price. 1/4 of what you would in the US

Fast food

by Willettsworld about Connaught Place

If you're craving for fast food then Connaught Place is the place to come to. There's plenty on offer such as McDonald's, KFC, Pizza Hut, TGI Fridays (which you won't find anything for less than Rs300) and Cafe Coffee Day (cafe chain similar to Starbucks that do a great strawberry smoothie). McDonald's only sell chicken and veggie burgers as beef is a strict no-no in India but they do quite a few different types of each.

Visit Humayun`s Tomb, New Dehli

by NEILHALLIDYA

The world heritage site Humayuns Tomb is Delhis answer to the Taj Mahal. Like the Taj this Murghal style building was built for love, by Emperor Humayuns widow Haji Begum, with work starting in 1565.

The site features extensive gardens and several other buildings of interest. Its a nice place to escape from the business of New Delhi but it is popular with tourists. To avoid this consider visiting early in the morning or late at night.

SANSAD BHAVAN- THE PARLIAMENT HOUSE OF INDIA

by kmohandas

During the British rule, Montagu-Chelmsford reforms of 1919 proposed a large Legislative Assembly for India. This mammoth building then called as Circular House was constructed to house the Indian parliament. This building was designed and constructed by famous architect Sir Herbert Baker. The construction was completed in 1927.
This massive circular building comprises three semicircular chambers for the Legislatures and a Central Library crowned by a 27.4m high dome. This building has a diameter of173m and covers 2.02 hectares in area, with colonnaded verandahs enclosing the entire circumference. The three semi-circular areas were designed for the Chamber of Princes, the Council of State and the Legislative Assembly. Today they house the chambers of the Lok Sabha (Lower House), the Rajya Sabha (Upper House) and the library. A verandah with 144 columns surrounds the three chambers. The boundary wall has blocks of sandstone carved in geometrical patterns. The sessions of both houses of parliament are held here. Today, the bigest democracy of the world functions from this building.
Nowadays, the entry to the building is restricted for security reasons. However, a magnificent view of the building can be obtained from outside.

Lahore Gate & Hathiyan Pol

by DaDrifter

The Lahore Gate is the main entrance to the Red Fort. This entrance leads to the Chatta Chowk, a small covered street lined with shops selling crafts, books and souvenirs. On the eastern side of this street is the Naqqar Khana (Drum House), the main inner gate of the palace. The 'Drum House' refers to the musician's gallery above the gate.

It is also believed that the royal visitors to the palace used to dismount from their elephants at this point, hence giving it another name, Hathiyan Pol or the Elephant gate. Beyond the Hathiyan Pol is a large open space, which served as the courtyard of the Diwan-I-Am.

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