The Imperial Hotel
The regal Imperial Hotel is located in the heart of New Delhi amidst beautiful landscaped gardens. The hotel has recently been refurbished and upgraded to one of the best and most sought after hotels in the city.
The award-winning luxury hotel was built in 1931 and still retains features redolent of India’s Raj having kept much of its traditional colonial décor while offering 5-Star accommodation and service.
There are 235 rooms in total including a range of suites. All are spacious with stylish décor and plenty of character. Each room is equipped with a flat-screen cable TV, minibar, tea and coffee making facilities, bathrobes, luxury toiletries and hairdryer, and room service is available 24 hours a day.
There is a fine restaurant serving delicious Indian and international dishes and a well-stocked bar. Facilities include a good gym, sauna, outdoor swimming pool, massage treatment and yoga rooms, book shop, and Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel (but charges may apply).
The Imperial Hotel’s central location in New Delhi is ideal for touring the city’s many historical and cultural attractions, including India Gate, Rashtrapati Bhawan, Qutab Minar and Humayun’s Tomb. The hotel is a 10 minute drive from New Delhi’s main train station and 25 minutes from Indira Gandhi International Airport.
Restaurant, bar, gym, sauna, outdoor swimming pool, treatment room, book shop, yoga room, air-conditioning, safety deposit box, cable TV, minibar, tea and coffee facilities, laundry service, concierge service, currency exchange and Wi-Fi (charges apply).
City tours of New and old Delhi.
If budget allows, upgrade to a suite – it’s well worth it.
If you have any questions regarding our India tours, please feel free to contact me on +44 (0)1803 866965
Everything ran like clockwork. Everyone we dealt with was friendly and very helpful. Transfers, guides and wildlife sightings all exceeded our expectations. Highlights were having a male tiger with his mouth and legs covered in blood following our jeep a long the track in Tadoba and seeing a leopard lounging on a rock by the roadside.