Hotel Pearl Plaza

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

2348-2350 Raj Guru Road, Chuna Mandi, Pahar Ganj, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 11
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 22% less than similarly rated 2.5 star hotels

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Backpackers New Delhi

by worksopian56

I will be visiting New Delhi and India for the first time in the autumn.

I need ideas for places to stop(backpackers or cheap hotels) with easy acess to the airport

Thanks

Re: Backpackers New Delhi

by earthflyer

Backpackers head for the Main Bazaar, Pharhanj area in Delhi you will find it it front of New Delhi Railway Station.

Head up the road until the road splits into and around that area you will find many places to stay but if you want some peace and quiet I would stay in one of the hotels down a quiet road.

The last place I stayed was Hotel International Rak, basic room for about 350rs near the roof nice a quiet you don't here much traffic from Main Bazzar road.

Taxi to the airport is a good 45 minutes depending on traffic but Delhi has been changing for the last 10 years with better access. Taxi will cost about 200-300rs from the Main Bazaar.

Re: Backpackers New Delhi

by WWFRanger

Backpackers paradise in Delhi is the Paharganj area opposite New Delhi Railway Station or the road behind Sheila picture hall called Aarakashan Road.Lots of hotels,guest houses.

Re: Backpackers New Delhi

by bryanhills82

either paharganj or karol bagh. As 1st is better because its located only at walking distance from station

During busy hours it will take approx 1hrs because u never know about delhi traffic
Taxi if u have budget take easy cabs @ 15km/hr or u can hire taxi from some local stands

Re: Backpackers New Delhi

by 37SingleMaleInDubai1

Karol Bagh sounds better. Probably you may get a room for 1000 INR per day!!

Re: Backpackers New Delhi

by arienashes

Hello Workofspain

Fist of all advanced welcome to India. If your are planning for back packing or cheap hotels. I can give you a better preview about the places you can look for but not the name of hotels.

Well to start with how many days visit are you planning to India and are you just visiting New Delhi?

If it is a long vacation, I can help you plan a very god itinerary for your visit. But kindly let me know what are you looking for in this travel.
Ex-If i visited Spain, I would like to visit some historical places/monuments and some beaches and some nightclubs cause my motto of travel would be Photography, Fun and Adventure as i love beaches, I party hard and love to click some beautiful places and landscapes. So let me know what is your motto of travel?

I can help you divide the Indian travel in 4 zones and help you work it out cheap with places to visit and internal train network that would cut your travel cost by very good margin too.

I am not a spam or any travel agent. Its a fellow traveler helping a fellow traveler.

Regards
Amar

Travel Tips for New Delhi

A SUBURBAN STORY

by Siddha3th

As with most major cities in India today, Delhi too has sprouted its own suburban sub-culture - and it goes by the name of Gurgaon. Roughly an hour from the heart of Delhi, Gurgaon offcially comes under the State of Haryana. Minor detail however, since almost all the multinational companies and residents in the area will staunchly refer to themselves as Delhi-ites :) You'll be amazed at the number of shopping malls, multiplexes and boutiques that are spread out across Gurgaon. It's like you can hardly walk a step without bumping into a new structure or development. The area's got some really nice pubs & nightclubs as well - most of which, as usual, yours truly forgot to photograph :)) There are a large number of towering residential complexes here. Thankfully, many of them have been designed and laid-out very elegantly. What's nice is that there are many farm-houses interspersed between these skyscrapers. It gives an interesting dimension to the Gurgaon experience.

Chandni Chowk

by l_joo about Chandni Chowk

When I ask Pranja where shall I go to look for traditional stuffs, he think a while and he said " ...you can go to Chandni Chowk...." So here I come, this is the roadsign pointing at the street where peoples selling things at roadside with billions of peoples busy strolling and looking at each other.

Traditional Delicacies and Sweets

by DaDrifter about Haldiram's

For over sixty years, Haldiram's has been a name trusted for Indian sweets and savouries. From a modest begining in 1941 from Bikaner in Rajasthan, Haldiram's today is the biggest brand for packaged Indian sweets and snacks all over the world.

This restaurant cum shop at Chandni chowk is a great place to try authentic Indian vegetarian snacks and sweets. Just about everything on offer

Visit Jama Maslid, Shah Jahan's last project

by pchamlis

Jama Maslid was the last major building project commissioned by Shah Jahan (the guy who built the Taj Mahal). Started in 1650, sixteen years ahead of Shah Jahan's death, Jama Maslid was completed in just six years. At that point and still today, it is India's largest mosque.

Typically Moghul in its design and building, Jama Maslid has impressive onion domes and sharp minarets piercing into the Delhi sky. The grounds surrounding the mosque are beautifully laid-out and add a sense of peace to Jama Maslid - which is amazing considering that it's right in the heart of bustling New Delhi. Completely enclosed by pillared and decorative halls, there is a huge rectangular ablution tank (a place for the ritual washing of ones' feet and hands before entering the holier sanctums of the structure).

The mosque is open daily, and the hours vary by season for non-Muslims. For example, when we were there in October, the hours were 7 am - 1215 pm and then 1:45 pm until 1/2 hour before sunset. For Muslims, the hours are always 5 am - 8 pm. The time that the mosque is closed to non-Muslims each afternoon is for prayer. You'll need to remove your shoes to enter the mosque, and you'll be expected to supply a little tip to the guys who help you "find" your shoes upon your exit.

The cost for entry into Jama Maslid is remarkably FREE. If you choose to climb one of the minarets, there is a miniscule 10 Rs charge. NOTE, females are not allowed into the minarets without male accompaniment. There is also a 100 Rs charge for using a camera or a video camera on your visit. If I remember correctly, I paid 100 Rs and used both.

We weren't there on a Friday, but I"m told that the congregation for Friday afternoon prayers by thousands of Muslims.

Raj Ghat-Memorial of the Father of the Nation

by Preetibandooni

A black marbled platform that marks the spot of Mahatma Gandhi’s cremation, Raj Ghat was part of my Old Delhi tour. This memorial dedicated to the father of the nation is a simple square shaped platform and is always decked with beauteous floral décor. Entering inside the memorial I had to leave my shoes though under guided protection in iron shelves, this is a gesture of paying respect to one of the greatest freedom fighters of the nation. The stone footpath is very clean and goes through the lush green lawns leading to a walled enclosure wherein the Gandhi memorial lies. Entry inside Raj Ghat is free for both localities and tourists. The memorial has last words uttered by Mahatma Gandhi- ‘Hey Ram’ inscribed on it and a perpetual flame keeps burning in a copper urn. My guide also informed me about the commemorative ceremony which takes place every Friday which includes prayer sessions, so may be next time I will visit this place on Friday.

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