The Legend Inn

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

E-4, East of Kailash, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110 065, India
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 30% less and rated 17% higher than other 3 star hotels

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  • Solo91
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Hotel

by orchid1949

Anyone could tell me if White House Hotel and White House Continental is the same ? I have seen 2 different addresses. Which one you suggest ?

Thanks

Re: Hotel

by Chintoo

NO!!!

White House ad White House Continental are two different hotels, but i think it is White House Continental that you are looking for i.e. in Karol Bagh area. However I would suggest you to make a complete research and read the reviews on internet before booking this hotel.

Chin2

Re: Hotel

by orchid49

It seems what I booked is White House. Any idea ?

Travel Tips for New Delhi

On the road out of Delhi

by georeiser

The main road from Delhi to Agra take you through different landscapes from the hectic city and densely populated areas to the countryside where shepherds walk along the road. Many domestic animals cross the street and slow vehicles are driving in the middle of the road. The road are good with two lanes in each direction. But be careful with the pedestrians, rickshaws, bicycles and cows.

Cycle rickshaws - traveling the local way

by pchamlis

Another VERY Indian method of city transport is the cycle rickshaw. Basically, this is a rickshaw that is peddle powered by a hard-working "driver", and it's perfect for negotiating tight and crowded streets and even alleyways. It's a excellent way to really immerse one's self in the city and among the people. And, for the most part, it's a way to do so without being dogged (at least as much anyway) by the ever-present touts.

Cycle rickshaws are basically designed to carry - at most - two passengers. And from where I sat in my rickshaw rides, this is a tough, tough way for someone to make a living. Peddling tourists all over the city is backbreaking work, and these guys do it seven days a week, 14-15 hours a day. Whew, it makes me tired just writing the sentence about it.

The cost on cycle rickshaws is usually subject to negotiation, and you can barter a bit. Sure, the prices you'll be quoted will be higher if you're obviously a tourist. But, before you really push the guy to lower the price, please consider how reasonable his supposedly "exorbant" price offer really is. You can right for an hour throughout Chandi Chowk or wherever for maybe 200-300 Rs. That's US$2 or $3... ::I:: sure wouldn't want to peddle some tourist around for an hour for $2. My wish? Save your bargaining skills and prowess for the upper scale shops, don't put the screws to these hard-working rickshaw peddlers. :) And besides, if you give him a good price and tip, he might be able to "protect" you from the touts.

Jami Masjid

by BluBluBlu

This is the largest Mosque in India, and is approached by broad stairs. Its absolutely huge! This is a very beautiful building...and is a Delhi 'must do'! It was built in 1658, and can hold 25,000 people!

I remember a dwarf begger outside the main gate...and nearby was a stall making huge Naan breads...about 4 times the size of UK naans!

RED FORT-Diwan-i-Am & Diwan-i-Khas

by lynnehamman

These two magnificent halls stand inside the grounds of the Red Fort.

The Diwan-i-Am is the Hall of Public Audience, from where the emperor would hear disputes from his subjects. It has an alcove in the wall, where he would sit- this was once studded with beautiful & precious stones. These were looted following the uprising of 1857.

The Diwan-i-Khas is the Hall of Private Audience-There is an alcove in the back wall where the emporer sat in state, on a richly carved inlaid marble platform. The throne (or Qursi) was removed by Nadir Shah in the 18th century.The walls of the recess show magnificent mosaic art work done by French Artist Austin de Bordenux.
Below the throne is a marble dias- the Wazir used to present applications to the Emporer from this dias, while proclaiming foreign news.
There are water channels running through here to what was the Royal Baths and Ladies Quarters. This Hall is constructed from white marble, and is decorated with delicate floral mosaics.

Sufi Shrine and music- Nizamuddin

by lynnehamman

South Delhi, Nizamuddin is where one of the most important shrines in the city is situated.
Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia was a Sufi mystic. From 1238 until 1325 his wisdom grew in popularity, and followers flock to his shrine daily to pay respects.
Make your way through the winding streets of Nizamuddin, past open-air dhabas and market stalls- its an interesting if somewhat crowded walk.
The shrine is an important pilgrimage site for many Muslims from near and far, and you will see many supplicants making their way to pay their respects.
The Sufi religion is a completely different form of Islam- and music plays a huge part.
On Thursdays, Sufi musicians play traditional songs to the revered mystic,and the audience is huge. It is becoming increasingly popular as a tourist attraction, and tolerates all religions as onlookers.
The music is known as Qawwali. Is a style of music performed by a troupe of singers and instrumentalists called qawwals. The word 'Qawwali' derives from Persian and Arabic (qaul meaning (holy) words.
There are smaller mosques and tombs surrounding the area..
Women are not allowed to enter Inner Tomb- and when visiting-head has to be covered and shoes removed.

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Address: E-4, East of Kailash, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110 065, India