New Delhi Hotels - Room Reservation
Delhi, the capital city of India, a place where people are high-on fashion, lip-smacking food spices up the life, fascinating history makes it legendary and bustling work-life adds-onto the buzz. This city has something for everyone, can fulfil the weirdest and the most obvious whims of you. No matter who visits it, it has the ability to entertain be it a geek or a fashionista, from an explorer to pristine lovers; this city can never fail to serve you.
Even when it comes to accommodation in Hotels in Delhi, one can always remain in your budget and still enjoy the array of activities the city has on its platter. From apremium 5-star, 4-star or 3-star hotel to a budget hotel one can get any kind of roost to unwind. So, if you are one who is going to visit this historical yet the mode busy city then here is an itinerary for your reference.
Delhi can never fail to be your destination when fun and discovery is on your mind. Visit and experience the magic of this place and know why it actually deserves to be the national capital; of the country that is so colourful and diverse-India.
Places Of Interest
Dilli Haat: A paradise for handicraft lovers and a treat for foodies who love to taste cuisines from every part of the country. Stroll and fall in love with the rich and fine colors and arts of India.
Humayun's Tomb: The most magnificent work of Mughal architecture can be a great place to hangout . it is recognised by UNESCO as the World Heritage Site and will give you glimpses of Taj Mahal.
Red Fort: Another World Heritage Site recognised by UNESCO, it is an amazing place, a throwback to the pre-independence times. Another advantage of visiting this place is that you have to stroll throw the maze of lanes and bylanes of popular ‘Purani Dilli’ a.k.a. ‘Chandni Chowk’
Akshardham Temple: This architectural brilliance by the shore of river Yamuna is a sight to behold. It is the depiction of the Lord Rama’s birthplace Ayodhya. The son-et-lumiere (musical fountain) show in the evening is the major attraction and truly a mesmerising site, a highly recommended place to visit when in Delhi.
Khan Market: Considered to be one of the most expensive and haute market of Asia, Khan Market is the favourite hangout point for all the affluent and famous personalities. It is also the most preferred market by the overseas travellers, from food, to apparels to handicrafts, this market has a hue for each person who visits this shoppers’ paradise.
India Gate: The Hallmark of Delhi, India Gate is yet another place to visit. Patriotism and fun are in tandem here. A great place to sit and chill with friends and family, enjoy an ice-cream in the evening as you pay tribute to the martyrs or enjoy the relic from the past the Mutoscope.
Lotus Temple: A symbol of integrity; as the flower ‘Lotus’ is pious for Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Islam. Hence, believers of every faith visits this place, it is undoubtedly an architectural marvel.
Jama Masjid: It again takes you in the narrow yet warm lanes of old Delhi, it too is a great place to visit, especially if you enjoy non-vegetarian food. In the vicinity of this holy place one finds lot of famous eateries especially the renowned Kareem’s. So calm your senses as you treat your taste buds at this historical place Jama Masjid.
How To Reach
Indira Gandhi International Airport, situated to the southwest of Delhi, is the main gateway for the city's domestic and international civilian air traffic.
Well connected by road to the neighbouring states of Haryana, UP, Rajasthan, Punjab etc.
Delhi is a major junction in the Indian railway network and is the headquarters of the Northern Railway. The five main railway stations are New Delhi railway station, Old Delhi, Nizamuddin Railway Station, Anand Vihar Railway Terminal and Sarai Rohilla
Best Time To Visit
From October till the month of March is the best time to visit Delhi since the weather is neither very hot nor very cold and sight seeing of Delhi city is a pleasure. The temperature in Delhi during the summers goes up to 45 degrees Celsius and travellers are advised not to travel to Delhi during the summers.