Radisson Hotel Delhi

, New Delhi, India
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Radisson Hotel Delhi

, New Delhi
5 star

Rooms: 256

8 National Highway Mahipalpur - New Delhi - 110037 - India Hotel Website | | 11 26779191
373 Traveller

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Submitted by: Harish in 12/01/06
  • Age Group: 26 - 30
  • From: India
  • Traveller type: Adventurer
The hotel is excellent in all respects.
Be it service, be it Food, be it ambience or anything you desire in a star hotel.
It gives you the real pleasure of staying. Treats guests as best as possible. Going out of the way and solving even a minor problem a guest will have is the beat feature of this hotel. You have to wait to wait here because services are given when you desire. It s a great feeling staying here and when you leave you don't want to leave. You would always like to come back.

Historical Traveller Reviews of Radisson Hotel Delhi

Overpriced- not to go place if you can avoid

from RKS12
I stayed there for 2 nights. The hotel compares to a 3 star facility in Canada although they call it 5 star. The rates are overpriced for what the hotel offers. The rooms are at best 3 star. The hotel restuarant is basic- nothing fancy about it. The buffet is cold food even if hot. If you have a choice stay somewhere else because for this price you can probably get a better hotel

An unfortunate shame in the Radisson experience

from arnaudSP
I like the Radisson experience. It is usually a very nice hotel even if standard and sometimes unoriginal managed by very nice people.
In the case of the one in Delhi, the rooms have space even if it is already a little deprecated. The restaurants provide nice cuisine and have very nice personnel.

The swimming pool is rather small and the swimming pool personnel is quite absent. The spa is small but efficient. Very nice massages.
The main problem in the hotel is the front desk that has a lot of difficulties to crack a smile (even if some of them do make an effort, they are too small a number) and also is quite unefficient.
They really need to learn what means 'customer service'! For the price asked by this hotel, one would not expect such displeasure.

An Airport Hotel - Nothing More, Nothing Less

from pugface
It's amusing to read the extremes that people experienced, now I've visited the hotel. Obviously it's down to personal experience - and individual personalities - as I found this hotel to be very neutral. It's negatives (RIGHT outside a noisy brand new 6 lane overpass, thin walls & doors, very little to see or do on foot) are outweighed by the positives (clean rooms, very polite staff, rose on the bed at turn-down - haha).

The overpass is really new and as a result, the hotel doesn't seem to be as soundproofed as it should be - especially if you're at the from of the hotel.

If you can't get anything better in the area - this place isn't going to ruin your life but I would suggest you try and look for availability at the higher ranking places first. Also make sure you hire a driver for the day, rather than booking taxis - you'll save lots of money.

Aweful Treatment

from syvchig
We have just returned from a wonderful two week stay in India. Everywhere we stayed we were well treated and there wre no problems. We came in from a Varanasi flight which was late in. When we arrived, the Radisson said they knew nothing about our booking. They would not accept our agent in Delhis attempts to send faxes of the copy bookings. Our men came out of their offices in Delhi to sort out the problem.
They either do not have a working system for bookings or more likely they overbook and if you are late ....you have had it!!!!
The lobby manager just looked blank and it took our guide from the airport and me and then the directors of the Indian part of our tour company to get anywhere.
The result was being sent to the Grand Hotel for the night.
They need training to deal with customer complaints and they need to stop over booking. This is not the way to treat clients. One and a half hours of arguing in the lobby after a tiring day is just not on. I had to insist on a more senior manager coming down as the guy in the lobby didn't have any idea how to behave.
I wouldn't recommend anyone to take a chance on this place as it was difficult with support. If you arrive without local help you would be left with no where to sleep for the night!

Fantastic Concierge Desk service...

from RobertZanzerkia
Date: Dec 6 2006.
We had missed the flight and needed a hotel for one night. Turns out hotels were impossible to find in Delhi that weekend due to doctor convention. We came to Radisson and were impressed by lobby and the front-desk staff. We wanted to take the room but they had none available. They were booking their own customer at other hotels (due to over booking). The concierge desk guy (forgot his name) was superb.
He must have spent 1 hr trying to find us another 5* hotel. Finally we left in with our driver to look around other hotels. We could not get reservation anywhere. Called back Radisson and he said he will try again. We had lunch there and he indeed found us a nice 4* hotel very near airport (15 minute by car) Hotel Icon. (I will have another report for this). We loved the hotel Icon tower. Any way I must say Radisson concierge staff went out of their way to find us accomodation.

Fantastic hotel

from cjr76
Stayed here in early December for one night. Needed to be close to the airport due to an early morning flight back to the UK.

Previously stayed in Le Meridien Delhi for a comparable price. This hotel is far better! The Lobby area is huge and quite impressive. There are several dining options as well as a bar. Opted for room service instead as I didn't have enough time. It was somewhat expensive but the food was pretty good and there was a very good selection available.

This was my first trip to India and having stayed in three hotels in five days, I quickly learned that the rooms can be quite noisy, especially if you have a standard room facing the front of the hotel. The noise from the traffic is awful. Luckily I had booked a quiet room towards the back of the hotel. It was slightly more expensive but definitely worth it for the extra sleep (I needed to wake up at 4am).

The room was pretty big, well furnished, comfortable, good decor and the bathroom was fine with nice toiletries. I couldn't locate a safe in the room, despite looking around the room twice. I thought this was very bizarre. As I was there for just a night it wasn't an issue.

If you need to be very close to the airport and you want a good luxury hotel - stay here! I couldn't find any other hotel in the vicinity of the airport that would be anywhere near as good as this one.

pleasant airport hotel

from Spanishtraveller
I note mixed comments in other reports but we found the staff helpful , room was more than adequate and good hotel facilities . Nice pool and the Kebab restaurant is excellent . Overall no complaints and would stay here again .

OK, but...

from Angel57
Stayed here for 2 nights, one at the beginning of our holiday and one at the end. In general the hotel was very good.
However, on both nights our room was at the front of the hotel and there was considerable traffic noise. Also, the guy in charge of calling taxis at the front of the hotel uses his microphone all night to do this, and that too disturbed our sleep. When the huge flyover in front of the hotel finally opens, I can only think this will be a hotel to be avoided.
Staff were all very friendly and helpful.

d expect from a 4* airport hotel

from RJB
It was a relief to see the man with the Radisson sign as we left the dump that is Delhi airport! A short drive later and we were, quite honestly, stunned by the hugely impressive lobby of the Radisson. The rooms, unfortunately, are not as impressive and are showing signs of wear, but they do the job. The hotel has a number of large restaurants, from formal to coffee shop style, plus a beauty salon, pool etc. We had a club room so had breakfast in the club lounge, a little oasis of quiet on the first floor with very polite and professional service. A car from our hotel in Agra then arrived to pick us up and off we went, glad we had been able to avoid downtown Delhi until later in our holiday. One tip - if you are flying OUT of Delhi late at night, the hotel offers short-stay rates for a few hours but you need to contact them directly to book. This is far better than hanging around the airport, which has almost no shops and a very small waiting area.


from Mulla
Went there for one night as my flight home was the next morning. Thank god it was one night!

The reception staff missed my reservation, they had the wrong spelling of my name. I only found my reservation through my agent! The rooms were small, and full of stains on virtually everything. The towels in the bathroom had holes you put you hands in! We had two electricity blackouts in one day.

The breakfast was fine but with bad service.

Would stay in the Oberoi New Delhi next time.

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  • Address: 8 National Highway Mahipalpur - New Delhi - 110037 - India
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