Sodhi Lodge

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

E-2, East of Kailash, New Delhi, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110065, India
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Costs 34% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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nice hotel with airport pick up

by awakentruth

Wondering if anybody can suggest a nice hotel in Connought Place? I am a woman travelling alone...arriving at 1:30am. I am looking for a reliable hotel to arrange pick up from airport. Any feedback is appreciated.


Re: nice hotel with airport pick up

by umashanker

Hotel Ajanta and Smyle inn.

Re: nice hotel with airport pick up

by anitayusof

I am not in India yet, but through my web search, I found that Smyle Inn has the best rate and reviews by fellow travellers. So, I booked with them. They provide airport pickup at reasonable rate. Check

Re: nice hotel with airport pick up

by santoshgarg


Which dates are u travelling to New Delhi because during Dec/January hotels are normally full. If you can let me know the dates of your travel, i can give you an idea of the hotel nearby CP, where I worked for almost 20 years.



Re: nice hotel with airport pick up

by bsing65

All hotels in that area r expensive by indian standards. plz contact me at 00-91-94171-50250-balbir

Re: nice hotel with airport pick up

by ElCordobez

I stayed at Yatri House (1 km from Connought P), a nice, peaceful family run place. Lonely Planet (Guide Book) recommends it particularly for women. They
also arrange airport pick up. This is their website:

Travel Tips for New Delhi

The Muses do Live Here

by joidevivre

Often my friends from other parts of India have alleged that Delhi is too Mammon-obssessed, lacks 'culture' (I presume they mean high culture) and its arts landscape is rather barren. I really don't know how and when such impressions took root, because even a casual visitor can figure out that this is not the case. Yes, the fact that Delhi is the seat of political power overwhelms the image of the city, and the fact that we don't really think much of the intellect of our politicians doesn't help either. So the question that visitors to Delhi ask is: With so many dumb politicians swarming the city, is there breathing space for the arts to survive?

Yes it does, in many evocative, intangible and interesting ways. There's theatre, formal, folk and street, the city has more galleries than any other big Indian metropolis (that's probably due to the growing trend of art as investment in India) and there are innumerable performances of classical Indian dances. And all this is very accessible, the ticket prices to performances are either nominal or non-existent (courtesy subsidization of art by the Indian government) and all you need is to scan through the events page of an English language local daily (of which there are several).

More specifically, do check out the plays performed by the students of the National School of Drama, the premier drama school in the country. The performances are polished and professional (although mostly in Hindi) and would give you an idea of the continuity in the theatre traditions in India, from classical to modern times.


by Rupanworld

Delhi is well connected with all cities and towns of India through railways. It is said that the best way to see India is through the Indian railway system. In fact, no visit to India can be complete without the experience of travelling on Indian trains and seeing the busy Indian railway stations, and meeting the crowd on the trains. Train travel is safe, and extremely cheap and if you are travelling in Air-Conditioned classes, your journey would also be comfortable. India has a wide network of trains connecting the whole big country very well. You can book your tickets online here.

The Taj

by mediaguy

What can I say about the Taj as I am sure everthing that I can say has already been said a million times. Although, I would advise people to see the Taj on a full moon night. If it captures you during the day, then it will leave you in a trance when you see it during the a full moon.

Innovation is really the mother of all invention: This is a picture I took in 2001 while visiting the Taj. It is a poor man's law mover!

Sightseeing on Ah-Took

by l_joo

Sightseeing on Ah-Took is a must if you are lazy to walk, hahaha, not exactly, its actually too big to walk that I need to sit on Ah-Took to sightsee the city, no way to walk sir unless you are superman. I saw in a location called South Extension, there were many international brand names in big modern shopping malls, tourists not interested in low budget travels in the Paharganj can instead go there. The distance is about half hour ride from the Paharganj to South Extension street.

Barber's Tomb

by Rupanworld

The Barber's Tomb or Nai ka Maqbra is one of the tombs in the Humayun's Tomb complex. It is not known who is buried in this tomb, but there are the cenotaphs containing graves of a male and female here. It is a small but very beautiful building in red and grey sandstone. Some historians state that it was built for the emperor Humayun's favourite barber. The tomb stands on a podium which is 2.44 metres high and 24.3 square metres wide.


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