Hotel Chand Palace

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

54 Arakashan Road, Paharganj, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110055, India
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68%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
40%
25
Very Good
6%
4
Average
22%
14
Poor
8%
5
Terrible
22%
14

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 36% less than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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  • Families75
  • Couples41
  • Solo63
  • Business83

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Accommodation

by thelittlevoice

has any of you stayed at the following hotels:

hotel natraj(Chuna Mandi)
smyle inn(916, Gali Chandi Wali, Main Bazaar)
hotel chand palace(54 Arakashan Road)
hotel shree ram deluxe(79-78/6 Arakashan road)
hotel yuvraj(38 Arakashan Road)
hotel pallvi palace(8574 Arakashan Road, Pahar Ganj)
hotel classic new delhi(17A/59, W.E.A.)
hotel mahan international(2 Arakashan Road, Pahar Ganj)

Travel Tips for New Delhi

Heart of the City

by walterwu about Connaught Place

Connaught Place has many colonial building forming encompassing a huge roundabout in the heart of New Delhi. There are many shops there selling fashion clothing, shoes, jewelleries. Branded names are there.

Food chain like McDonald, Pizza Hut and many others are also there.

It is open 7 days a week. On Sundays, about half the shops there are closed and the crowd is lesser. But most branded stores are open on Sunday.

The are street bazaars and on the Sunday that I visited the place, it was packed with locals buying ridiculous cheap clothing that are laid out on the street. Shoes, Clothing, Bags, Souvenirs, Books, etc.

For the best Kathi Kebabs in town

by DaDrifter about Nizam's Kathi Kabab

This is a small self-service restaurant in Connaught Place that serves great north Indian cuisine. Their specialities include Kathi Kebabs (pieces of meat roasted on wodden skewers) and Biryani. Kathi Kabab Rolls - Nicely spiced pieces of Chicken or Mutton, grilled to perfection, wrapped in a fried egg paratha.

HEIGHT OF ELEGANCE - THE QUTB MINAR (2)

by Siddha3th

Built by Sultan Qutbuddin Aibak in AD 1196, The Qutb Minar has towered over Delhi for more than eight centuries.

The structure has a slight tilt to it, mainly due to a few mild tremors its had to withstand over history. The leaning effect is actually quite endearing, and makes for interesting photography.

If I remember rightly, there are 379 steps inside the Minar - enjoy the view from the outside though, 'cause the inner staircase is out of bound for visitors. Its impossible to miss the heady feeling of nostalgia swirling through this place.

Rajpath

by josephescu

This is the immensely megalomaniac Kingsway (Rajpath), evidence of colonial roots of India.

This boulevard aiming to show both the greatness of the British empire and the force of its colony, is an emblematic piece of colonial Delhi. At the time of my passing by, January 1st, the area was almost completely deserted and motionless, which made the whole scenery more bizarre. As if from one moment to the next a carriage of sahibs would appear from the fog.

The secretariat buildings on the sides of the avenue leading uphill to the viceroy’s palace didn’t seem to have changed their use over the years: designed for the governance of the Indian Raj during from colonial times, now they host ministries. Pay attention to the columns and the decorative sculptures, eclectic if not kitsch.

Diwan-I-Khas - The Hall of Private Audience

by DaDrifter

The Hall of private audience was used by the emperor to give audience to state guests and courtiers. The marble columns of the hall are highly decorated with inlay work and painted designs. The ceiling was originally inlaid with silver and gold.

The peacock throne which was removed by Nadir Shah of Persia, during his invasion of the Mughal empire in 1739, once stood on the marble pedestal standing in the middle of the hall.

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Address: 54 Arakashan Road, Paharganj, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110055, India