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Once we entered, the room was smelly and furniture seemed rugged..The room was very tiny and did not seem fresh at all. The washrooms were also too small. Upon request, we were upgraded to the 5th floor which was a nice room. Our only concern...More
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After ten days of hard travelling around India by bus, train and car through Varanasi, Rishikesh and Gangotri, I had planned in advance to spend the last few days of my Indian trip at a decent hotel in Delhi.
I'd got a decent rate via...More
Thank Monty M
Response from tdegm_del, General Manager at Taj Diplomatic Enclave, New DelhiResponded 2 weeks ago
Greetings from Taj Diplomatic Enclave, New Delhi!
We thank you for the time taken to share your detailed feedback in the Trip advisor with regard to your recent stay at our hotel.
We are grateful for your kind words of appreciation of our...More
Very busy, bustling luxury hotel of the Indian capital!
Excellent restaurant with great cuisine, particular theChinese and Indian resyaur.
Well located in a upmarket suburb of Delhi with the airport within reasonable distance.
Qualitiyt of facilities is stellar, quality of service is top-notch. Very friendly and helpful staff. I ate at several of the restaurant; quality of the food was fantastic.
No complaints. This is a world-class luxury property and I would gladly stay here again
Having been inspired to visit India after several movies, Delhi was our first stop on a 3 week tour. We were immediately impressed by the security at the entrance and welcome into the hotel. We were upgraded to the 8th floor club floor with a...More
Say hello to the neighbourhoods that define the true character of the Capital of India. An affluent neighbourhood and diplomatic enclave, Chanakyapuri is lined up with numerous parks and open spaces while is the must sought after address in town with official
residences of the top Indian politicians and civil servants. Drive along this gorgeous part of the capital that is a part of the Lutyens’ Delhi, as it gives you glimpses of the lives of not just the rich and famous , but even the biggest government and political institutions at work all across the lanes surrounding the Rashtrapati Bhavan, Sansad Bhawan and India Gate. Head to the State Bhavans for authentic regional food at great prices - the meals here are true representatives of their respective state’s local food and hospitality.
So sorry I can’t help as don’t know. Our trip was all arranged. Can only suggest you ask hotel directly. However, be warned that I would not consider Delhi a hop on hop off bus place at all. It is a kaleidoscope of colour... More
So sorry I can’t help as don’t know. Our trip was all arranged. Can only suggest you ask hotel directly. However, be warned that I would not consider Delhi a hop on hop off bus place at all. It is a kaleidoscope of colour, people, poverty and pollution. We visited the famous mosque in Old Delhi but what you see in surrounding area is quite shocking if you are not used to or familiar with, India. It is a fabulous country but there is rampant poverty which can be uncomfortable to see. Don’t miss the fascinating Gandhi Museum! The Taj is an oasis in the diplomatic area. Enjoy!
Car ride from Taj to Delhi airport should take about an hour, but really dependent on the traffic. Best to check in online and have ticket printed so you can head straight into departure gates assuming you don't have any... More
Car ride from Taj to Delhi airport should take about an hour, but really dependent on the traffic. Best to check in online and have ticket printed so you can head straight into departure gates assuming you don't have any bags to check in.