The Lalit New Delhi Hotel

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The Lalit New Delhi Hotel

5 star

Rooms: 444

Barakhamba Avenue, Connaught Place (Delhi) - New Delhi - 110 001 - India Hotel Website | | 91 11- 44447777
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9/10
lovely food, great looks
Submitted by: ankur in 28/07/09
  • Age Group: 31 - 40
  • From: India
  • Traveller type: Young Couple
There is no doubt in my mind that the food at baluchi at the lalit new delhi is the best i have had for years. Although i guess they could renovate Baluchi a bit.In fact i was told they will be doing so.
The hotel itself is great looking with plenty of space and good and professional staff.
Imust say that my wife and I had a great four days at the hotel.
ankur sharma, Bangalore
9/10
Large plush rooms
Submitted by: Anirban Dey in 26/03/09
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: India
  • Traveller type: Business Traveller
Possibly the largest and the most luxury oriented rooms I have ever seen in all my stays in hotels. That's what makes The Lalit New Delhi very special. One can roam around the room without knocking into anything. I have stayed in luxury hotels abroad as well but rarely have I seen so much spaciousness. Add a really tasteful décor in the room and artistically designed interiors and you get an idea. The Lalit itself is a prime hotel, in the middle of Delhi. Excellent food and interiors and a very prompt service. The hotel uses Toyota Corolla cars in their vehicle service which ensures comfortable transfers to airport. Excellent place, sure to get a guest staying here once, back.
9/10
Heart of Delhi
Submitted by: paul taylor in 26/03/09
  • Age Group: 31 - 40
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Young & Single
For anyone the first trip to any Indian city will give the impression that Delhi is so crowded. There are so many people in this city. So here's a suggestion. Book yourself in Connaught place area, where there are very good hotels. I stayed at a hotel called, the Lalit and it was beautiful.. So big and spacious and comfortable. And best of all it is so near to the heart of the city. You have major shopping complexes nearby. There is a trade fair ground quite near. And the historic India gate is also close by. The hotel also had very good food outlets. And there is this underground tube called Metro that is quite convenient to travel to so many places. Perfect location. And a very good hotel.
Paul taylor
9/10
Very professional hotel
Submitted by: Sunil Miranda in 26/03/09
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: India
  • Traveller type: Business Traveller
My work has never taken me to North India so I have never been to Delhi. This time I business meeting took me to Delhi and I checked into The Lalit-a new brand name for me but it was an excellent luxury hotel. Very professional staff which responded quickly to all requests at its business centre or when I wanted a vehicle to take me for my meeting. The internet connections in the room are fast so that was a great help. Very comfortable and attractive room too. Too bad I couldn't test out all the food outlets although the buffet breakfast at 24/7 was very elaborate and good. I have plans of visiting Delhi on a pleasure trip soon with family and will stay at the Lalit again.
9/10
lovely rooms
Submitted by: lokesh bisht in 26/03/09
  • Age Group: 31 - 40
  • From: India
  • Traveller type: Young Couple
you cannot possibly find better looking rooms anywhere else then in this hotel. The best thing is that they are so large. plenty of rooms, good paintings and decor. Very exciting bathroom ( it had glass walls) Since we were on a honeymoon and had stayed here in Delhi on our way to Singapore, we did not have to much time. but two days were pretty good. Nice food and service too. next time we hapen to be here in Delhi,will definately stay much longer. Its expensive but worth every penny.
10/10
Hospitaity at its best
Submitted by: Remington Williams in 25/03/09
  • Age Group: 60 +
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Retired
When hotel staffers go out of their way to make an injured man feel better, it warms ones hearts. When I reached Delhi, I tripped down the stairs at the airport and sprained my ankle pretty badly. Somehow I hobbled to the taxi and headed to this hotel The Lalit where I had booked into. They must have seen me limp out of the taxi and two staffers of the hotel quickly took charge of my luggage while another two helped me out and into a wheel chair. I was asked to sit comfortably while the check in facilities were done and a doctor checked the ankle and the tied it up with a bandage. I'm around 70 years of age and was traveling alone. But I can tell you those three days I did not feel as if I was alone. Someone was always there to help me. The ankle was fine a couple of days but the hotel treated me very affectionately enquiring about my well being and helping out. The hotel itself was brilliant, good food and great décor. But for me it was the affectionate care that they took of me, that will stay for a long time. Thank you The Lalit.
Remington wiliams
9/10
Rejuvenated at Rejuve
Submitted by: Raven miller in 19/02/09
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Business Traveller
I had read about traditional ancient Indian remedies for stress busting but wasn't sure how much of the so called ancient Indian techniques were real. After all it could be exaggerations. And then a business trip took me to New Delhi. I checked into a hotel called the Lalitcentre of city and rather good too. In fact comfort factor was given priority at the hotel. Business end of the trip wrapped up, I just happened to glance through the brochures in my room and found that the hotel had a spa which offered traditional therapies of holistic healing. Now that, I had to check out. And let me tell you after a two hour session at the hotel's spathe Rejuve, was like breathing new life into a person. They did what was called aroma and colour therapy and some other therapies that I don't remember. But I do remember feeling so light and refreshed that I just had to go there once before leaving town. It was an amazing experience. Let me advise one and all---check into the Lalit in Delhi and don't forget to head for Rejuve for an experience of a lifetime.
9/10
Very fancy hotel
Submitted by: navin in 19/02/09
  • Age Group: 31 - 40
  • From: India
  • Traveller type: Young Couple
The first word that comes into your mind when you swing into the glass doors is wow. What a lobby! The Lalit New Delhi in its earlier avatar Intercontinental the Grand had a somewhat darkish lobby. But now the lobby is amazing. That waterfall gently falling by the side and those antique bronze statues, really gave it a fancy look. I was prepared to accept that this was all the fancy stuff I would get. But I was wrong. The rooms were even better. Large, roomy, with a glass walled bathroom and a massive plasma TV. I had a great time staying at The Lalit New Delhi for four days. Good food specially The Baluchi food, very interesting bar (thank God it was big and spacious). Oh and by the way don't miss Rejuve, their spa which is really something. Good work hotel staff too. Thanks for making it a good experience for me and my wife.
Navin Roy, Kolkata
9/10
Wok & grill are great
Submitted by: nora in 19/02/09
  • Age Group: 31 - 40
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Young & Single
saw some other reviews so i decided i must dash of my expereinces on the hotel Lalit New delhi too.
My problem whenever I come to India and New Delhi is always food. Much as Indian food may have been relished by a lot from my country, for some reason I have always been selective about what I eat. I like my food like they prepare it back home and this creates a problem. But this visit to New Delhi solved this problem for good. While admiring the graceful interiors of The Lalit New Delhi, I enquired about continental food outlet. And true enough my experience at 28th the Grill, the specialty restaurant at The Lalit is likely to stay with me for a long time. Food just like I like it and what a view from this top floor restaurant where you could see almost the entire city. High above Delhi's noisy traffic. And to top it all there was another restaurant called Woks. And believe me food in both these outletsChinese and continental was exquisite---as was the décor of the outlets. There was a stream running through the restaurant at Woks with fish swimming in it---very exotic!
My stay at The Lalit was made memorable as I checked out both these restaurants repeatedly. And loved every visit. Great food!
Nora Thompson, New York
8/10
really a great place for a visit
Submitted by: shantanu in 10/02/09
  • Age Group: 31 - 40
  • From: India
  • Traveller type: Business Traveller
My primary reason for checking into The Lalit New Delhi was because I had made several trips to the group's hotel---The Lalit Ashok--- in my home town Bangalore. The staff at Lalit Ashok Bangalore had always been extremely pleasant and hospitable so when a business visit took me to Delhi I decided to book into The Lalit New Delhi. And immediately realized that the good hospitality culture ran in the entire group. There were smiles all the way and even the room service attendant who I summoned at 2 Am in the morning came in with a smile. That felt really nice. Now Delhi is a city I hadn't been to for nearly a decade so when I made some enquiries about where all I could go, the hotel staff went out of their way to help. When I expressed a desire to go to Chandni Chowk, a staffer even recommended that rather then use a taxi I should use the Delhi Metro since it would be quicker and easier. And it was. The hotel itself is quite grand and luxurious with some really great food outlets and an absolutely amazing lobby. Its so artistic and fancy. Great place for a stay!
Shantanu Srivastava, Bangalore

Top Local Tips for New Delhi

Book a prepaid taxi at the airport. Ensure that you book a pre paid taxi at the arrivals area at both the International and Domestic terminals when you arrive in Delhi by air. The fare is fixed. Ensure that the taxi has the meter running for all oter journeys in and around Delhi.

Taxi Tips I took a pre-paid taxi from the airport to the hotel in Delhi. Very cheap (about $4US). They add a 'nite tax' to your trip if you arrive after 11PM, so dont let them add it on if you get in before 11PM. Be sure to have the name and address of your hotel written down (and even in Hindi if possible). It was a little scary in the taxi driving on back roads for long periods. The intl airport can be quite far from your hotel. If your driver pulls into a gas station saying "CNG" it means he needs fuel (they generally use compressed natural gas); our driver told us to get out so they can fill the tank (located under the passenger seat). If I had to do it again, I"d pay a little more and hire a driver before hand. Better yet, contact your hotel to see if they can arrange for a driver so you can be sure you get where you're going.

Confused by the Government Shopping Malls - Are they Fake? If you intend to buy handicrafts make sure you know whch malls are government malls before you go. After we'd been to 2 I read in the 'rough guide' that there are some fakes. I only bought scarves so wasn't too concerned but if you intend to make major purchases of rugs, carpets or furniture it might be worth looking into these malls a little deeper before you shop. Either way they are a great experience as you are shown how things are made. The carpet making is fascinating and the fabrics are gorgeous. 6 metres of sahri fabric for £10 - 20.

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  • Address: Barakhamba Avenue, Connaught Place (Delhi) - New Delhi - 110 001 - India
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