Hotel Imperial Delhi (Luxury Hotel of India)

Imperial Luxury Hotel in Delhi

While the rest of New Delhi has thrust itself skyward around the hotel, The Imperial lies like a green palm-fringed oasis. Nothing typifies this more than the private swimming pool deep in the shaded grounds of the hotel. Service at the poolside is from The Imperial Snack Bar. A true respite from vigour's of modern day life!

Staying at Luxury Imperial Hotel in Delhi

The Special Imperial and Heritage Rooms have high ceilings with colonial- style interiors and are located in the outer wing, overlooking the gardens.


These rooms have dual data ports for Internet and facsimile connectivity and have uninterrupted power supply plug points. The rooms have very low sound levels and are constantly supplied with filtered fresh air, which is replenished every hour. The rooms offer a choice of marble or parquet flooring with artistic borders and exquisite Persian hand-knotted carpets. Each room also has unique antique pieces of furniture and paintings from the art collection of the hotel.

Treating your taste buds at Luxury Imperial Hotel in New Delhi

The Imperial houses some of the finest restaurants in New Delhi, which offer a fine dining experience to suit any occasion.

The Spice Route
The Spice Route was the grand riddle and also the golden chariot of the medieval world. From whence came the aromatic gold of the Indies. The restaurant offers humble homage and obeisance to the painters of Guruvayur, to the craftsmen of Borbudur and the wats of Kurugehep, now known as Bangkok. Within its museum quality interiors' we invite you to an armchair travelogue to the wonders of South- East Asian cuisine from the historical 'Spice Route'.

The Daniell's Tavern
The Daniell's Tavern is the most elegant restaurant in town and houses the famous works of Thomas & William Daniells, the uncle and nephew duo, who travelled extensively in India during 1786-1793 and painted its unrivalled scenery. In the process they also discovered the cuisine of India. The restaurant offers Colonial Indian and Continental cuisine complete with a live band and a Bar.

Patiala Peg
The Patiala Peg commemorates the Maharaja of Patiala's team's victory over the Viceroy's, in a robust game of tent-pegging in the early 1900's. The Patiala Peg with it's stock of fine wines and liquors, offers the perfect setting to relax after a hard day's work.

The Garden Party
Now renovated this quiet white - trellised verandah is 'The Garden Party' restaurant. A secluded spot for quick meals and delicious snacks round the clock, it overlooks acres of lush green garden of the hotel.



Banquets and Meetings at Imperial Luxury Hotel in Delhi

The Royal Ballroom evokes the splendour of Lords and Ladies bowing and curtseying, before they swirled across the floor to the strains of waltzes. This is where the distinguished guests amused themselves when Lord Willingdon opened the hotel in 1933.

It is probably the only authentic ballroom remaining in India.

The vast ballroom today also serves as a venue for conferences and lavish parties for the elite, sitting up to 500 guests, auditorium style.

The Imperial also offers two mid-sized conference rooms for up to 80 people each and three exclusive meeting rooms, which can individually accommodate up to 18 guests.



About Delhi

TIndia's capital city, New Delhi, has transformed in the last five decades from a relatively sleepy city to a bustling metropolis graced with wide roads, stately monuments and a vibrant nightlife! Today, high-rise buildings stand cheek by jowl with over 1000 monuments in and around the city, and the city's famous green spaces have dwindled to a mere handful. New Delhi remains the hub of major political and commercial activities giving the city a cosmopolitan air. It also remains a major link to all other northern and southern cities. Nowadays the line of distinction between Old and New Delhi has begun to blur and north, south, east and west Delhi are more prevalent terms of demarcation.



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