Hotel Parkland Kalkaji (Nehru Place-A)

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

CC-30&31 Kalkaji, Opp Nehru Place, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110019, India
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Excellent
20%
6
Very Good
26%
8
Average
23%
7
Poor
16%
5
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Costs 84% less but rated 22% lower than other 5 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families100
  • Couples0
  • Solo71
  • Business45

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Forum Posts

Need Urgent Advice

by pm_rgc

Hi.. I am a 3rd medical student and am rather new to delhi.. Will be in del from the 8th to the 10th of oct... And i need to get a few documents attested by a notary public... Would some of u delhites please advise me on where to find a notary public in delhi? Detailed info would be greatly appreciated coz i am not too familiar wit delhi.. thanks again...

RE: Need Urgent Advice

by umashanker

You can get your documents attested by notary public at the Registrar's office,Asaf Ali Road,near Delhi Stock Exchange.There are two or three Notary public and it is very easy to get the documents attested there.
Best wishes.
Uma shanker

RE: Need Urgent Advice

by loose_motion

Just hail an auto and ask him to take you to patiala house courts . Actually any court really - patiala house , tis hazari or even the high court whichever's closer to your hotel/accomodation. You can easily find many lawyers and notaries there. Get there in the first half i.e before lunch. Notories generally charge 20 bucks per page. Driving licencing offices are also a good place to find notories.

RE: Need Urgent Advice

by travelingbug

There are also a couple of notaries in Nehru place that we have used. They are fast and CHEAP.

Travel Tips for New Delhi

Sari shopping

by oisha

Saris make beautiful gifts for friends back home, and in Delhi you can find the whole spectrum from cheap cotton to devine jewel-encrusted creations fit for royalty.

Have a look at the fixed-price selection available in Cottage Emporium on Janpath or in the State Emporia on Baba Kharak Singh Marg, both within walking distance of Connaught Place. You should be able to find something attractive for Rs100-200, or pay around Rs1,000 for something beautiful. The emporia specialise in traditional and regional designs.

If you want something really special, head to where Delhi brides shop - South Extension market, Greater Kailash or Karol Bagh. Even if you don't buy, the looking will be an experience. The shopkeepers are eager to display their wares and will pull out reams and reams of saris for your viewing pleasure. In these sari shops you can haggle the price down sometimes as much as 30%.

Be aware that if you intend the sari to be worn, it will need a blouse and petticoat which often need to be purchased separately. Sometimes the blouse is sold with the sari, but as a piece of unstitched cloth that needs to be tailored for the wearer. There are shops which specialise in cloth for blouses and petticoats - you bring your sari and they match the shade you want exactly, then you take it away to be tailored.

Also be aware that there is a standard size of sari cloth and this can be too short for women taller than about 5'8. Saris with embroidery or beads/sequins should dry-cleaned only. From Rs 100 to Rs 1,00,000

Low cost eating in central Delhi

by PeterVancouver about Saravana Bhavan

If you love Indian vegetarian, then you must try this chain of restaurants. In central Delhi there is a branch in Janpath and another on Connaught Circus. It is so cheap and very tasty. We ended up with a Punjabi Thali as we didn't have a clue how to order so pointed at another guy,s food and asked for 'the same'.
It was really great food and although I am not a vegetarian, found it to be incredibly tasty.

The Qutb Complex: Mosque

by NedHopkins

The Quwwat-ul-Islam ('Power of Islam') mosque, dating from about 1200, is a magnificent structure that is, alas, in an advanced state of disrepair.

Even more 'alas,' it is built of materials taken from Hindu temples that the fanatical Muslims razed.

India Gate

by Applelyn

India Gate is 42 m high and was built in the memory of 90,00 soldiers who laid down their lives during world war I. It has become a popular picnic spots during both summer and winter. India Gate was designed and constructed by Lutyens and an additional 13,516 names engraved on the arch and foundations form a separate memorial to the British and Indian soldiers killed on the North-West Frontier in the Afghan War of 1919.

The foundation stone was laid in 1921 by the Duke of Connaught and was dedicated to India in 1931 by the then Viceroy, Lord Irwin. Another memorial, Amar Jawan Jyoti, in the form of a flame that burns day and night under the arch was added to remind the nation of soldiers who perished in the Indo-Pakistan War of December 1971. The shallow domed bowl at the top was intended to be filled with burning oil on anniversaries but this is rarely done.

Iltutmish's Tomb

by pattayaraj

The tomb of Shamsu'd-Din Iltutmish who was the son-in-law and the successor of Qutbu'd-Din Aibak. This tomb built in 1235 by himself.The building was built by red sand stone and marble and carved on all surfaces.

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Address: CC-30&31 Kalkaji, Opp Nehru Place, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110019, India