Delhi, the City of Djinns (spirits) is yours to discover! Let us take you on a journey of India’s capital that covers 5,000 years, from its imperial history and two World Heritage sites to today’s electric contemporary vibe. A feast for the senses, you can enjoy delicious fine dining experiences, some of the best museums in India, an exhilarating nightlife and marvellous shopping opportunities from bustling time-honored markets to designer chic malls.

Highlights

  • Red Fort
  • Humayuns Tomb
  • Jama Masjid
  • Qutab Minar
  • India Gate

 Places to stay

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Colonels Retreat

Hotel Style: Guest house

Located in North Delhi's 'South Delhi neighborhood', it is close to India Gate, Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Humayun's Tomb, ISKCON Temple, Lotus Temple and Old Fort.  See Hotel

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Hilton Garden Inn

Hotel Style: International

Hilton Garden Inn is positioned in upmarket mall in New Delhi's southern commercial district called Saket, encircled by numerous entertaining selections and major shopping centers, and 30mins from the Airport.  See Hotel

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Taj Mahal Hotel New Delhi

Hotel Style: International

The original pioneer of luxury, the Taj Mahal Palace & Tower is an architectural marvel showcasing contemporary Indian designs along with beautiful vaulted alabaster ceilings, onyx columns, graceful archways, hand-woven silk carpets, crystal chandeliers, a magnificent art collection and a dramatic cantilever stairway.  See Hotel

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The Claridges

Hotel Style: International

Delhi's veritable landmark since the early '50s, the Claridges is yet to be overpowered by the onslaught of modernity.  See Hotel

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The Imperial

Hotel Style: Heritage

Sir Edwin Lutyen conceived The Imperial as the most luxurious hotel in his grand design for Delhi.  See Hotel

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The Leela Ambience Gurgaon

Hotel Style: International

The latest addition to the Leela Group in India is the Leela Ambience in Gurgaon.  See Hotel

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The Leela Palace New Delhi

Hotel Style: International

The Leela Palaces, Hotels & Resorts welcomes its latest 260-room Leela Palace New Delhi, boasting the largest guest rooms in the capital.  See Hotel

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The Oberoi, Gurgaon

Hotel Style: International

The Oberoi, Gurgaon is a 'jewel box' of style, opulence and luxury redefined.  See Hotel

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The Oberoi, New Delhi

Hotel Style: International

The Oberoi, Delhi, reflects the vibrant spirit and harmonious embrace of tradition and contemporary sophistication in India's capital city.  See Hotel

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The Oberoi, New Delhi

Hotel Style: International

The Oberoi, Delhi, reflects the vibrant spirit and harmonious embrace of tradition and contemporary sophistication in India's capital city.  See Hotel

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The Suryaa

Hotel Style: International

Located about 22kms from IGI Airport and 14kms from the Domestic Airport, The Suryaa is a luxurious and modern hotel, ideally centered in the up-market Friends Colony area of South Delhi and located close to the Delhi metro, the Lotus Temple and ISKON.  See Hotel

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The Trident Gurgaon

Hotel Style: International

An expanse of creatively landscaped gardens hug the imposing yet serene facade of the Trident Hilton.  See Hotel

 Things to do

Visit to Rashtrapati Bhavan

Visit New Delhi’s Rashtrapati Bhavan, the President of India’s official home, to see the third largest residence of any Head of State in the world! Set across 320 acres, the estate houses a ‘mansion’ comprising 340 rooms, halls, guest rooms and offices, as well as beautiful gardens landscaped in Mughal style, staff residences and stables. The influence of Indian architecture is evident in this estate designed by the famed Edwin Landseer Lutyens, especially in the Buddhist railings, temple bells, jaalis and the replica of the Sanchi Stupa’s dome. Formerly named ‘Viceroy House’ after British Viceroys who lived here, the Rashtrapati Bhavan took 17 years to build!

Wedding Ceremony for Guests

Experience the ‘maverick’ magic of having a Hindu Temple wedding for your once-in-a-lifetime occasion! Indian wedding ceremonies are full of rich details but can have a Western twist too. Be dressed in colorful finery – men in dashing ‘sherwanis’ and women in radiant ‘sarees’ – traditionally a red/red-white sari. Many rituals and customs take place, henna/mehndi decorate the brides hands and feet, garlands are exchanged, walks around the fire are taken and song or musical performances follow.

Learn Kathak Classical Dance

Dancing Kathak for 15 years, Quincy Kendell Charles – an Afro-Trinidadian, graduated with first class honours from the New Delhi, India-based Kathak Kendra (University of Kathak), under the guidance of Pundit Guru Jai Kishan Maharaj. Learn the complex rhythm of Kathak Dance at a privately organized class for about 1-hr at his residence in Lajpat Nagar 1. An accomplished dancer, Quincy has has participated at many national and international venues.

Holi Festival in Delhi

Holi is the Festival of Color, a most colorful Hindu festival – a bouquet of various cultures and people coming together for undiluted joy and mirth, music and dance, fun and play, and undoubtedly, a kaleidoscope of bright colors!. It marks the end of winter and glorifies a good harvest and fertility of the land. Celebrate the spirit of Holi with a local family by sprinkling colored water and powder on each other. A traditional Holi festival lunch will follow.

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