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Check in was smooth and the room was great facing the garden. Welcome drink and cookies were great.Highlight of the stay was their grand buffet for the breakfast that included many options for vegetarians too.Our 2 nights stay was great.Location is great .The day of...More
This is a brilliant hotel. Sooo clean & staff are amazingly friendly & kind.
I stayed here for a few days & it was great! My room was very spacious & igot a shower & bath. Not only that, but the staff on the floor...More
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Response from tdegm_del, General Manager at Taj Palace, New DelhiResponded 2 weeks ago
Greetings from Taj Palace, New Delhi!
At the outset, thank you for sparing your valuable time and sharing your feedback with us regarding your stay at Taj Palace.
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From the moment we drove up to the Taj, we knew we were in for a treat. The hotel takes excellent precautions with security, but still manages to do so without making you feel like you’re in another TSA line. Once you’re inside, the smell...More
We stayed there as we got a nice deal booking directly through the hotel. The hotel is fabulous and each part of it speaks pure luxury. The staff, services and room amenities offered were top-class too.
The best part was the room window which was...More
We often go to eat at Taj Palace’s Masala Art in New Delhi, and constantly find that the food is exquisite. Chef Oberoi and Chef Sharma make time to come and meet us and graciously share their recipes. Mukesh served us with love and catered...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!