Inn at Delhi
C-34, Anand Niketan, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110021, India
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Wonderful find, hospitality, food and friends.
I needed to stay in Delhi a night as part of a business/pleasure trip. I search delhi airport hotel and theirs was the first to show up.
I looked at the web site and it seemed to fit my needs. I called the owner and he was so gracious and accommodating on the phone, I knew I had found what I was looking for. Even then my expectations, and that of my friends, were well exceeded. The building was in the diplomatic enclave of New Delhi. It was a relatively dense (by US, not Indian, city standards) neighborhood that was composed of multi-story apt like bldgs. The neighborhood
had 3 small parks nearby and had a security gate that seemed to encompass a number of the city blocks. In any case, the gentleman and his wife who owned the house/hotel were the greatest, very warm and genuine. The rooms were clean and spacious and had all needed amenities. They provided dinner and breakfast for a small charge but it was well worth it. It was so good!!! The conversation was wonderful, he was a retired professor of modern indian history and she was a doctor - maybe still practicing. They had one helper in the kitchen and seemed to have ready access to a driver which facilitated any kind of excursion that we wanted or just going to the airport if we had needed. I would stay again easily the next time I return.
a delightful haven in a huge city
Lovely room with private bath, very nicely furnished, on a quiet street in a gated community. The owners are warm and gracious and helped me to find a very reasonably priced car and driver to tour Delhi, since it isn't advisable or even practical for a single Western woman to just wander the streets of Delhi. The food was excellent and they accomodated my food allergies. Very, very warm people. It felt like I was a friend visiting rather than a stranger popping in for 24 hours. I'd go back there in a heartbeat. Note: I shopped at the state-sponsored Cottage Industries building--I reccomend it.
Travellers Haven with wonderful,knowledgable India proud owners
Inn at Delhi is a little Haven - tucked away in a secure private estate area. It is about a 70 rupee Auto Rickshaw ride to Connaught Place - 100- 150 rupee to Old Delhi.
Subhash (ret. History professor & his wife Dr Usha) are wonderful people who opened their house to us without reservation. We used their home as our base for the month we were in India. Their home was our "home away from home".
They run an organised household and have a driver(Sanjay) & car for hire- well worthwhile.
They are proud of India and are happy offer their expertise regards any aspect of India - its people and it's food. Food was excellent as well. We gave it a 5 star rating (all round) because it suited us "to a tee".
A very nice welcome to India
Could not have asked for better, other than teleportation to sites of interest so as not to have to endure riding in Delhi traffic. Nevertheless, driver provided by hotel was excellent.
Owners bent over backward to care for us as guests....
Relatively close to both domestic and international airports and train/bus stations....
Clean Room and updated, clean bathroom
Close to Embassies
Hospitality Outstanding with help getting around
Great Value in Delhi
We will stay there again when we layover in Delhi
We stayed four nights and felt right at home. Would highly recommend to anyone that
wanted great value for their money!
A little piece of homely heaven....
Having traveled extensively and having stayed in many B&Bs all over the world, I feel compelled to write a review for this particular establishment, because of the sheer extent of hospitality and warmth that I received from the minute I set foot in the city, to the moment I had to bid adieu.
I was in Delhi for about a week. Set in a quiet, upscale part of town, this homely heaven never once failed to offer a wonderful respite from the sometimes overwhelmingly bustling metropolis. I came across the 'The Inn at Delhi' while surfing Trip Advisor for some affordable places to stay. The attractive pictures, showing lovely homely ethnic Indian décor on the website (www.innatdelhi.com), skewed my choice towards this place. I am always skeptical about the state of the actual hotels and the general upkeep; but I was very pleasantly surprised. The inn was spotlessly clean and there were lovely ethnic Indian artifacts and paintings in my room. It was a real pleasure to the eyes and really added to the true Indian experience that I was looking for.
The moment I stepped into the room allotted to me, I knew I had made the right choice. The plush inviting bed after my long haul flight was a sight for sore eyes. For me, the accommodation is the make or break of a holiday; and I just knew this was going to be a fabulous one!
Apart from enjoying exploring the inn, I also had the pleasure of daily riveting evening conversations with the extensively well traveled and friendly hosts and even managed to ask for some exciting authentic Indian recipes that I cannot wait to try!! Being quite the health fanatic, daily morning jogs in the nearby parks with crisp fresh air, provided the perfect place for a refreshing start to the day. Being able to use my laptop through the free wi-fi was just pure efficient bliss (compared to expensive internet rates at previous hotels I’ve stayed at before, that had intermittent disconnections despite the high costs!!!).
The location of the Inn is perfect. It is close to the airport (a very welcomed fact given my long haul flight…). It is surrounded by embassies with guards and watchmen (the security aspect it gave to a single woman traveler like myself was truly priceless.). I could explore the colourful markets at leisure and almost every day, as most places of interest were quite nearby,
Another girlfriend joined me at the end of the week and we took a tour through the Inn to visit the hill stations of Manali and Shimla. From the personalised emails before our booking, to the lively chats at dinner, I loved it all. The owners made an effort to get to know us and that itself added to the homely feeling. We felt taken care of and truly pampered.
The only thing I regret about my stay, is not being able to stay longer!!!!, I had become spoilt and accustomed to the warmth and homeliness of the Inn, that I just didn’t want to leave!!!!
My girlfriend and I had a smashing time and want to thank the owners so much for their warmth and hospitality. We cannot wait to plan our next trip there, and look forward to coming back and staying in this little piece of homely heaven.
The warmth of Indian Hospitality.
Being a second generation American indian setting up a new office for my software firm in Delhi and Mumbai, I stayed in The Inn at Delhi in January 2009 for ten days.
Contrary to what the media says, I found Delhi to be a very friendly cosmopolitan city. I wanted to stay close to my office in South Delhi and hence chose Inn at Delhi for its close proximity.
It was quite conveneint to be able to use internet in my room. The room was spacious! The breakfast was generous! The cook was excellent! I enjoyed the 'Paneer Masala, Mutton Dopiaza, Chicken curry'.
I was really bowled over by the warmth of the hosts and the staff.
They made my stay very comfortable. Personalized service was a welcome change from The hotels that i normally frequent. I had a good time there. Thanks
'Nice place to stay in Delhi'
We stayed at 'The Inn at delhi' in January 2009.A friend of mine who works with recommended it. We had originally arrived in India for sight seeing and wanted to explore North India with Delhi as the base.We had confirmed bookings of our stay using www.innatdelhi.com online booking manager.
My wife and children loved the peace and quiet of 'The Inn at Delhi'.
We stayed in the luxury room for a week and made good use of the Jacuzzi whirlpool system in the bath tub.
We travelled to Tajmahal, Agra fort, Fateh-pur-sikri and Jaipur by hiring a car through them.
Delhi sight seeing included Dilli haat, safdarjung's tomb, Qutub Minar, colourful markets,
Lotus temple and the delightful indian malls.
Our room was beautifully decorated in ethnic Indian style. The bed was very soft and comfortable. The service was extraordinarily good. I was overwhelmed by the efforts put in by the owners to make my stay comfortable. Till date, having stayed in a variety of four-five star hotels across the globe i have never been served with such warmth and affection.
seven days flew surprisingly quickly over heart warming conversations and mouth watering Indian food.
In the end staying at The Inn at Delhi is an experience in itself.
I thoroughly enjoyed it. Cheers!
Expect a memorable time!
We recently visited Delhi and Tajmahal in Agra in March 09.
We stayed at The inn at delhi based on trip advisor reviews.
We were treated to attentive service and quality amenities.
Located in the heart of central south delhi; we found pleasure, convenience and comfort.
We had easy access to major attractions and key business and shopping areas.
The rooms were spacious and cosy. We had savoury dining experiences and treated ourselves to a variety of curries and knick-knacks.
Laid-back and tranquil, this family run B&B is great for travellers looking for quality accommodation and local delicacies.
Beach Road, Singapore
Affordable, clean and efficient
I was a transit passenger, flying in from Perth through Singapore enroute to Bhutan. I was absolutely blown away by this little Inn at Delhi that i just had to smack a review on trip advisor.
I found out about it through this website and the reviews were spot on. I reckon the journey took about 10 minutes from the airport and it was just what i wanted after travelling for almost 14 hours in total.
The place was neat and clean and the hosts were really friendly. I reached at about 8.30 at night and the resident cook whipped up the most delicious curries! I just wished my wife was there to learn al these fabulous recipes! The housekeepers were really attentive and even gave me an elecric blanket cause it got a tad nippy late at night. I had to fly out the next day at 11am, and the Inn's car was on standby.
The stay was just what i expected after reading the reviews. Affordable, clean and efficient. It's a really delightful place and i'd be back there in a heartbeat.
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