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All reviewsdefence colonybanana breadb brooftop terracehome away from homelajpat nagarquiet neighborhoodguest housecommon areaslounge areahome staybreakfast was deliciousliving rooma great place to stayindian breakfastrooms are comfortablebed and breakfast
This small hotel was just what we wanted for our first two nights in India. It's family owned and run, clean, friendly and with good amenities such as wifi, large bathroom, fresh fluffy towels and a rooftop restaurant for breakfast, complimentary afternoon tea and biscuits...More
Just stayed there for three days. The Colonel wasn't home but fortunately his son was. One of the nicest people you will ever meet.He offered a late checkout because of our late plane flight and had a package of their famous banana bread made up...More
We stayed here for 2 nights and the area is quiet. It was booked for us as part of a tour. The beds were comfortable althought a little firm for my taste and the shower worked OK. It was nice to talk with the owners...More
We have just spent 3 wonderful nights at this lovely hotel. We have spent 64 days travelling around India staying in 30 different places ranging from b&b's, homestays to luxury hotels and colonels retreat is our favourite. It may not be the swankiest but everything...More
We were 2 couples staying for 2 days after 3,5 weeks in India : Colonel's retreat is one of the best places to stay, for resting or for visiting Delhi.
The dining terrace on the top is pleasant.
We were invited at the hotel celebration...More
I would suggest asking them to send a car for you. It will be more expensive than a taxi because it's a " double run" but it won't be a wallet buster cost. The reason is because New Delhi traffic and the sheer size of the... More
I would suggest asking them to send a car for you. It will be more expensive than a taxi because it's a " double run" but it won't be a wallet buster cost. The reason is because New Delhi traffic and the sheer size of the place. You can't assume that the taxi driver from the airport will be able to find the Colonels retreat. I took a local taxi during my stay, it was a 15-20 ride, but it took 45 minutes because the taxi driver, a very nice man, from Amritsar not Delhi ! didnt know his way around LOL the taxi drivers often rely on you knowing where you are going .
The Colonels Retreat is fantastic , just let them take care of you,