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Central Delhi
7 reviews
Offers a tangible connection to the city’s colonial-era history, and offers an understated elegance. It also enjoys a central location: easy striking distance to both Imperial and bustling Old Delhi. — The Telegraph
9
7 reviews
A minimalist, stone-clad hotel set in seven acres on the fringes of Lutyens’ Delhi, overlooking Lodhi Gardens. — The Telegraph
9
South Delhi
9 reviews
Taj Club rooms include a host of extra amenities including airport transfers, early check-in, and 24-hour butler service. — Travel + Leisure
9
South Delhi
9 reviews
Serene sleep in New Delhi's bustling heart, with a rooftop restaurant, outdoor pool and Ayurvedic spa. — Jetsetter
8
South Delhi
6 reviews
Finally -- exclusive boutique-style lodgings that combine eye-catching style, useful amenities (including round-the-clock chefs), relatively salubrious locations, and reasonable rates. — Frommer's
8
South Delhi
8 reviews
In one of Delhi's wealthiest residential neighborhoods, this is Delhi's premier boutique hotel with a stylish ultramodern interior, a nouvelle-Indian restaurant, and stunning, ultraprivate grounds. — Fodor's
8
Central Delhi
7 reviews
On an art tour you'll be taken on a walk through property and its celebrated art collection. — Afar Magazine
8
Central Delhi
5 reviews
This is a good choice if you're looking for a central location but don't want to shell out on The Imperial. — Frommer's
8
6 reviews
New Delhi’s first modern business and luxury hotel, built in 1965, is a white modernist box amid a sea of greenery on the southeast side of the city. — Afar Magazine
8
Chanakyapuri/Lutyens' Delhi
6 reviews
Named after the ancient Indian dynasty, the ITC Maurya has a certain majesty about it, from the striking wooden domed reception with bespoke bright murals to the priceless Indian art. — The Telegraph
8
Central Delhi
7 reviews
If the Imperial encapsulates Delhi’s past, the Park offers a vivid glance into Delhi’s future—and the future looks uncannily like Miami Beach crossed with Islington. — Travel + Leisure
8
Central Delhi
5 reviews
Surrounded by green lawns and gracious colonial-era bungalows, Claridges is an elegant choice. Rooms are decked out in colonial deco style; facilites are luxurious. — Lonely Planet
7
5 reviews
New Delhi’s original power hotel, the Imperial opened in 1936. — Afar Magazine
7
South-West Delhi
5 reviews
Located in New Delhi’s quiet, leafy embassy district, the Taj Palace offers stunning views and a place to decompress just 15 minutes (on clear roads) from the airport — Jetsetter
7
Central Delhi
3 reviews
This little-known guesthouse is a jewel, Delhi's only combination of style and affordability, where hospitality and attention to detail are second to none. — Fodor's
7
North Delhi
6 reviews
Maidens is my favorite hotel in Delhi, offering old-world charm in a residential neighborhood — Afar Magazine
7
South Delhi
3 reviews
This huge and ritzy five-star hotel is essentially geared towards the business traveller, but still attracts its fair share of holiday-makers from around the world. — Lonely Planet
7
Chandni Chowk
2 reviews
The 150-year-old haveli is centred on a courtyard, with fluted columns separating areas and walkways. — The Telegraph
7
Hauz Khas
4 reviews
In a serene residential area, close to the Deer Park and Hauz Khas, Scarlette is a lovely boutique maison d'hotes (guesthouse) with just four rooms and a large sitting room filled with books. — Lonely Planet
7
Minto Road
3 reviews
The European owners of Amarya Villa have created a stylish haven straight out of an interior-design magazine. — Lonely Planet
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