Hotel Grand Plaza

H2/A Green Park Extention, Green Park, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110016, India
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Forum Posts

Delhi Darbar

by aman_jpr2000

I want to stay in Delhi.. ?

Re: Delhi Darbar

by footstool

Go right ahead.

Re: Delhi Darbar

by leics

Google 'hotels delhi' to begin.

Lots of sites will come up and you can explore which hotel suits your budget/needs.

Then look at the Vt Delhi pages.You will find lots of information and tips all written by Vt locals and members. To find the pages, put 'Delhi' into the searchbox top right of this page.

Re: Delhi Darbar

by lynnehamman

Ok thats good.......
Now you could read my Delhi page, and scroll down to bottom of page. There are accommodation tips, transport tips, and things to do tips.

Copy and paste:

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/110824/10a472/

Re: Delhi Darbar

by SANJOO

Its not clear if you are searching for a hotel or a rented place.

Re: Delhi Darbar

by nimmysnv

Well its really a normal question though cause there are a lot of hotels to stay and many places to rest in Delhi.
thanks!

Re: Delhi Darbar

by lynnehamman

Yes- its a normal question- and it has already been answered.

Travel Tips for New Delhi

Lunch at the Main Bazaar Paharganj

by l_joo

The size of shops and restaurants here are so small for 6 tables or less. The one in this photo is a restaurant for sure, that's why I walk in to have my lunch. The reason I pick this one was because it has big menu with obvious price list on the wall. I sit down in a very compact environment full of aging paints and messy looking ceiling. My lunch is served in a big stainless steel plate with 5 compartments full of non-meat foods. The name of this meal is Thali, it cost 35 rupees each, very tasty. They wash plates on the floor beside the drain and if they wipe, they wipe with a piece of multi-purpose cloth for table, sweat, body, etc.

Indian bracelets or bangles

by l_joo about Indian bracelets or bangles

Don't forget to buy Indian bracelets or bangles, its very cheap in Paharganj area, you get the price like 20Rs of a whole bunch and 40Rs for another bunch. The woman in picture is waiting for customers, I bought some from her, its silver bracelets cost me 20Rs for five. She is in the middle of the Paharganj street, very easy to find her.

Kathi Rolls

by bashboo about Nizaams

If you are in connought place don't miss this fabulous one-stop kathi roll restaurant. the rolls are pretty greasy but they are absolutely delicious, tuck in to a double chicken single egg roll- that is what I ALWAYS have and it is yum yum yum!!! also dont be shy to ask to share a table with someone who you see has space on theirs, this is a fast food place. mentioned above, double chicken single egg.

Humayun's Tomb

by Nprawira

Humayun was the 2nd Mughal emperor and is buried in the Nizamuddin Complex along with his wives. The tomb is in perfect symmetry seen from all sides. There is a single pathway leading to the tomb enclosed within the outer walls that is lined with trees on both sides, making the journey a tranquil and comfortable one amidst the chaos outside. This is an appropriate precursor before visiting the granddaddy of all Indian tombs, the Taj Mahal, since the latter gained inspiration from the former.

NATIONAL MUSEUM

by kmohandas

National Museum, New Delhi displays more than 2,06,000 exquisite pieces of art, both of Indian as well as foreign origin covering more than 5,000 years of cultural heritage. Its great collection of various creative traditions and disciplines which represents a unity amidst diversity, an unmatched blend of the past with the present and strong perspective for the future which brings history life. The collections here include Pre-historic Archaeology right from Harappan age, Jewellery,Paintings, Decorative arts, Manuscripts of ancient books, Central Asian Antiquities, Arms and Amour of yester years etc. Enry fee for Indians- INR 10/- & camera INR 20/-. For foreigners- entry fee INR 150/-, camera INR 300/-. Children INR one only. Video camera not permitted.
A must see place for lovers of art & culture.

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