Samrat Hotel

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Kautilya Marg, Chanankyapuri, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110021, India
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Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
6%
4
Very Good
17%
11
Average
21%
14
Poor
23%
15
Terrible
31%
20

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Costs 75% less but rated 47% lower than other 5 star hotels

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  • Families25
  • Couples16
  • Solo50
  • Business27

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Forum Posts

Nice homestay

by kamaferro

Any suggestion for nice homestead or not expensive hotel easy for NDTS train station and not far from domestic airport ?

Thanks and ciao

Re: Nice homestay

by lynnehamman

Hi

I can recommend an excellent homestay in Nizamuddin, which is a beautiful suburb of Delhi- however, it is a taxi ride from ND main station. Its called ELEVEN GUEST HOUSE. I have made a review of this accommodation, which is in my New Delhi tips. There is a link on my home page. If you would like further info, click on my name for HOMEPAGE- there is a New Delhi link. Or email me.

Re: Nice homestay

by ElCordobez

I second Lynne's recommendation. After renovations the Eleven is
a fantastic place. This one is close to New Delhi Station and not
bad: http://www.yatrihouse.com/index.html

Re: Nice homestay

by anilpradhanshillong

Have u given a thought to YMCA? This one is quite close to New Delhi Railway Station:

http://www.newdelhiymca.org/tourist-hotel.htm

Re: Nice homestay

by anilpradhanshillong

Please be aware that the International Terminal (Terminal 3 or T-3) is quite far away from T-1 or T-2. Also, quite a few domestic flights originate/terminate at T-3. Best to call up the concerned airlines before your departure to know which terminal your flight will take off from.

Re: Nice homestay

by kamaferro

thanks but don't like ymca's

Re: Nice homestay

by kamaferro

thanks for your advice. we are not connecting Intl to Dom, just take a doom flights after staying in Delhi,

Regards

Re: Nice homestay

by kamaferro

I read not very nice reviews about this place, When did you go ? Also I think is too far, we have a very early morning train. Anything in Central Delhi closer to station and domestic airport ?

Thanks and ciao

Re: Nice homestay

by kamaferro

Yatri looks ok will see which rates can offer. Many good reviews

Travel Tips for New Delhi

Getting around.

by Suet

You definitely connect with New Delhi more closely from a tuk tuk rickshaw. Isolated in the back of a taxi cab you miss quite a lot. I would most certainly agree a price BEFORE you start off on your journey. You can easily get ripped off by taxi drivers charging $34 for a short trip when the going rate is around $2-3. For a tuk tuk is about 7 pence. I do agree, though, that a decent tip at the end of the trip is a good thing.

I found New Delhi very safe and walked around quite happily looking in shops and things. However, taxi drivers will constantly accost you and try and charge huge fees as above.

They know the drill and will take you to the usual tourist places. I would avoid the Emporiums, as the driver gets a fee for taking you there. The idea is that you buy things for quite expensive prices. Good for business.

I would wander around and get the feel of the place. If you get lost, just hail a tuk tuk and they will take you back to the hotel. Don't be worried about the several near misses that your tuk tuk driver will have. How on earth the traffic system works without major pile ups is beyond me. However, your driver knows what he is doing.

It is very noisy on the street as everyone uses their horn even before they have started off from the traffic lights. The air quality is not terrific and you can get quite a sore throat from all the dust and pollution. Have some throat lozenges or wear a mask.

If you get hungy, the driver will know where a good restaurant will be. Chicken is around £3.00 but do try the vegetarian dishes. Superb.

Buy another God Ganesh

by l_joo about Buy another God Ganesh

Here is another beautiful street made clay works by God makers of New Delhi. This Ganesh is so beautiful, please click the picture to look carefully, very nicely crafted by skillful hands. All these clay works are available at outside the main railway station.

GREEN WATERING-HOLE

by Siddha3th about PEGASUS

While you're all caught up in the bustling energy of Connaught Place, there are cafes and pubs every few blocks for you to make a pit-stop at. Pegasus is one of these, joined at the hip with a Nirula's eating joint. The food's just about passable, but they've got pretty much every brand of beer in here. Shun the usual ones though, and go for an Indian legend - Kingfisher! All part of the local flavour :)

Jamie Masjid

by Manyana

One of the famous mosques in Delhi.
It is open for tourists all the time but not during the prayer time.
It has a big courtyard and praying areas are around.
No entry fees.
Camera fees: Rs100 per cam.

Gurdwara Bangla Sahib

by Mahieu

After having visited quite some Hindi and Jain temples in Rajasthan, we wanted to see a Sikh temple this time. The Gurdwara Bangla Sahib is constructed where the eigth Sikh guru stayed when he visited Delhi in 1664. The temple has golden domes and the temple tank contains water believed to have healing properties. There is also a place where you can come for a meal, whether you are Sikh or not. You are given a small tour and explanation inside the temple, plus a brochure about the Sikh faith. A nice experience!

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Address: Kautilya Marg, Chanankyapuri, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110021, India