Residence GK

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

R 53 Near HSBC Bank, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, India
Justa Greater Kailash
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
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12
Poor
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 15% higher than other 3 star hotels

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  • Couples70
  • Solo89
  • Business94

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Forum Posts

Main Bazar, Pahar Ganj Area - Safe? Decent Hotels?

by glendesilva

hi, I will be in Delhi for a couple of days next week. I am looking at booking a Bugdet hotel (Pahar ganj Area), one I looked is Start Paradise, Star Palace (They seem to have a fe hotels in their Star Group) Anyone stayed there? Is it safe at night?

I would like to be close to the railway station. Any recommendations?

The last time I was in Delhi I was in Karol Bagh. But only for a day.

Thanks

Re: Main Bazar, Pahar Ganj Area - Safe? Decent Hotels?

by jemily

My friend and I stayed in one of the star hotels. While the rooms are reasonably clean. Be careful of being ripped off. They tried to charge us for an extra night, then the receptionist got very aggressive when I tried to join in the conversation. We were there for 3 nights and there was always someone in reception saying they had been cheated.
We booked a certain hotel over the internet, my friend arrived in Delhi about 12 hours before me, was met at the airport and taken to a different hotel (same owner). I was meant to be met at the airport, they didn't turn up....so I had absolutely no idea the hotel had changed. They also tried to charge me for a pick up.
I personally wouldn't touch the place.

Re: Main Bazar, Pahar Ganj Area - Safe? Decent Hotels?

by chiragnarang

You can stay in Hotel Regent Continental which is in Karol Bagh only. Thats a nice Hotel and not much expensive.

Also during your stay in Delhi if you require a local sim card on rental basis, I can help you in this. If you will carry your international roaming mobile that will be be very costly, by hiring a local number it will reduce your costs upto 70-80%. For further assistance you can mail me at chirag.narang@matrix.in
mobile- +91- 9811123090

Regards,

Chirag Narang

Travel Tips for New Delhi

Purana Quila (Old Fort)

by DaDrifter

Purana Qila, popularly called the Old Fort, is situated near Pragati Maidan (Exhibitions Ground) on the eastern side of Delhi. Humanyun, the second Mughal emperor started the construction of Dinpannah, a walled city on this area along the banks of the river Yamuna in 1533 AD. Sher Shah Sur, the Afgan ruler who deposed off Humayun built the present day structures that still exist within the fortress.

The fort is abnormally oblong in shape and its walls extend to over a mile.

Originally, a moat surrounded the ramparts of the Quila and was connected with the river Yamuna. This has now been converted into a boating club.

ORIENTAL DELIGHT

by pravdr about TEA HOUSE OF THE AUGUST MOON

amazing interiors with carved wooden relief carvings on the ceiling. a small pool across a pond contaning live fish.add to this displays of oriental armors and chinese artifacts.this conjures up image of teahouse of the august moon the delectable chinese restaurant at the taj palace.the tables are distantly set with lot of private corners.tastefully done up dinner tables.please do ask the purpose and use of various sauces and artifacts and yes you can eat without chopsticks!!!!
the cuisine is exotic even including the famed peking duck i do not know how the original taste?but yes its there on the menu.
best are chilli chicken winglets.soups are originally done.
perfect ambience for a romantic evening.
Inspired by traditional Chinese tea houses, where people gather to drink tea and eat a variety of dim sums, the Tea House has become an institution in the city. Besides dim sums, the a la carte menu, prepared by a master chef from Hong Kong, features abalone, lobster, and Chicken Satte. peking duck.garlic chilli chicken winglets.lots of starters you have never heard of.
From time to time, festivals are held in the Tea House of the August Moon showcasing specialty ingredients flown in from China: white fungus and hand-made noodles are two examples. This restaurant is also the favourite of Delhi's Chinese, Japanese and Korean expatriate population.

Do not miss these!

by intencity

Dilli Haat– It’s an integral part of Delhi “shopping experience”. This slice of rural India in the very heart of urban Delhi offers you an excellent opportunity to savour the flavours of the “haat” – the weekly village market in all its effervescence, colour and ancient tradition. Spread across six acres of landscaped verdure, the cluster of red-bricked stalls showcases a tempting array of traditional crafts and culinary delights culled from the four corners of the country. From Kerala to Kashmir, From Rajasthan to Arunachal Pradesh, Dilli Haat gathers the very best ethnic India and fosters a direct link between the craftsmen and you in this rural ambience.

Parliament House (Sansad Bhavan)

by MM212

Located near Rajpath (King's Way) in New Delhi, Sansad Bhavan is the Parliament House of Republic of India. It was completed in 1927 by the two architects Sir Edwin Lutyens and Sir Herbert Baker originally as the seat of the Legislative Assembly, the Council of State and the Chamber of Princes. The vast circular building can be seen from quite a distance on Rajpath.

Jantar Mantar-Observatory Yandra Mandra

by radz


Jantar Mantar is Observatory build by Jaipur king Sawai Jai Singh in 1724. He build one at Jaipur,thats big Observatory.
Its near Janpath,Connaught place.In this pic can see two circular buildings ,they called Ram Yandra. the other 2 simlar buildings called Jayaprakash.

This big red buildings actually instrument to observe the planetry movements.
I cross this place offten but never took pic eheheh ,why today i had been to there.
March 29th ,Mercury &Venus will be View the Mercury..

Usually any important plannetry dates,near by Nehru Planetarium Astronomers will be there to observe ,help to public to view too .

The beauty of this yandar mandar is even common man with littel knowlege can use this instruments,old instruments are still giving accurate measurements :)) am not telling i heared the lecture today :)) they said like this..

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 Residence GK

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Justa The Residence Greater Kailash Hotel New Delhi

Address: R 53 Near HSBC Bank, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, India