your visit in india new delhi begins with warm welcome at the airport by hotel grand godwin new delhi and if you are celebrating a special occasion inform the hotel staff in advance who will arrange for champagne,fresh flowers and delicious macaroons to be waiting in your bedroom.
The only 3 star hotel located near to cannaught place which is very near to main shopping centre in new delhi.its perefect bast to explore and enjoy everything this extraordinary city has to offer,while remaining cosy enough to feel like you are very important person to us.
There are 66 rooms and spacious suites split over four floors offering exquisite views " share intimate arm-in-arm strolls and indulgent lunches in the city of love" of Delhi most famous sight,all are which are at walking distance.
the hotel is just a short walk from the cannaught place,new delhi railway station,karol bagh,new delhi exhibition hall pragrati maidan,south delhi,red fort,gandhi smriti,raj ghat,old delhi,chandni chowk,qutub minar and many other shopping malls,museums and entertainment places.
you will also be in close proximity to the main delhi shopping district where you will be discover elegenat boutiques and luxury stores like cartier-just in case you are still on the look out for your bridal jewels.
back at the hotel there's a 24 hour Room service and a fantastic restaurant where you can sample classic french,chinese food,japnese food and thai food.
however you spend your weekend away,one thing for sure,you will never forget a trip to new delhi india. especially when you are in company of the love of your life.
here is detail of some pictures of the hotel and website of the hotel.you can book in advance and fabulous deal online on hotel website.hotel has offer spread buffet breakfast in the morning and also offers free pickup from the airport ( indira gandhi international airport new delhi ) but deals depend upon the time and season.
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Delhi Location in north india,sharing borders with haryana,uttar pradesh and rajasthan,on the yamuna river which flows to the east of the city.
its hard to write an introduction to delhi.the city has been imperial capital for the most part of the last thousand years,was the british colonial capital,is the capital of indian republic,and has,for all these centuries,attracted migrants from vastly different geographies and cultures in search of a living money,fame or patronage
Delhi is now metropolis of more than 16 million people,its business finance and higher education hub,sees more than 2.5 lakh migrants coming every year and welcomes an average of 15 million tourists each year
Most of delhi's tourist sites are spread over three board areas.central delhi itself so large that it is difficult to cover in two days.old delhi which has kept its unique past alive in the way it looks and lives,demand attentions too.south delhi is the realm of posh colonies ,market and malls.
British " new delhi" .they took 20 years to make their imperial showpiece and never realised that they would have barley 16 years to rule from it.from 1911 to 1931 ,india's colonial rulers tried to create a new capital that would symbolise their power.architect edwin lutyns planned the viceroy's house to sit regally atop raisina hill,looking down's the king's way ( now rajpath).there was secretariat,council chambers,a record office,street land scapping,and a shopping centre.
in 1948,with indian independence these grand buildings,spacious vistas and tree lined boulevards became the location of independent india's bureaucratic head quarters.these are the greenest,cleanest and most spacious areas of the city.combined with the glamourous shopping and food experiences of cannaught place and some excellent hotels,museums and parks,this is the most tourist friendly and attractive areas.
Rashtrapati Bhavan Area
the home of the preseident of india once housed the british viceroy.it was designed by raj architects lutyens and herbert baker,viceroy hardinge,and an entire town planning committee.it has four floors and 340 rooms,and is about 640 ft wide,