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The Imperial, New Delhi
The inimitable, Raj-era Imperial marries colonial classicism with gilded art deco. In terms of style, service and luxury, it leaves other hotels in the cold...
Hotel Grand Plaza
Spending a night here is reason enough to halt in Jalgaon. Stepping into this serene hotel with its clean lines and white interior is just the tonic after a long rail journey. And it is only a short walk from the station...
Hotel Amax Inn
Set back from chaotic Arakashan Rd, the Amax offers fairly standard budget rooms, but the friendly staff run the place with the globe-trotting traveller in mind. The rooftop terrace is a great spot to swap travel stories and there's wi-fi in reception.
Hotel Broadway Delhi
A surprising find in a commercial part of the old city, Broadway is smarter inside than out. Some rooms have old-fashioned wood panelling while others have been elegantly kitted out by French designer Catherine Lévy...
Hotel Palace Heights
An excellent restaurant serving Mughlai cuisine and designed to feel like an airy terrace.
The Corus Hotel
As well as a prime location, you get spotless tiled floors and dazzling white sheets at the Corus. More money gets you more floor space. There’s an attractive restaurant, Bonsai, with a white-pebbled courtyard.
Hyatt Regency Delhi
This huge and ritzy five-star hotel is essentially geared towards the business traveller, but still attracts its fair share of holiday-makers from around the world who know exactly what to expect of this reputable international chain...
Hotel Gold Regency
The drab rooms of the Hotel Gold Regency will probably struggle to excite you, but at least they're cleanish, and roomy enough to think of swinging some kind of unfortunate animal.
Taj Palace New Delhi
If you have a penchant for bedding down at international-class hotels that run like clockwork and have chic (if somewhat carbon copy) rooms, as well as the usual bundle of comforts found at five-star chains worldwide, then the Taj delivers...
Euro Star International
This is a smartish option, clean, if occasionally musty – a good choice for budget travellers who want to snuggle down close to the airport.
The Taj Mahal Hotel New Delhi
The Taj pulls out all the stops, with a lobby full of Indian artworks and painted Mughal domes, lavish restaurants and a pool surrounded by manicured gardens. The luxuriously appointed rooms have all the five-star frills.
Alka’s standard rooms are a little cramped and overpriced but more money buys more pizzazz, including grrrroovy leopard-skin pattern trim. There’s a good vegetarian restaurant.
Hare Krishna Guest House
Scuffed but bearable rooms.
Maidens Hotel New Delhi
Set in immaculate gardens, Maidens is a graceful wedding cake of a hotel, built in 1903. Lutyens stayed here while supervising the building of New Delhi, and the enormous high-ceilinged rooms still have a certain colonial-era charm...
York’s rooms are good sized, and smartly refurbished in neutral colours, with wood-panelled floors and satiny bedcovers. Try to avoid the noisy, street- facing rooms.
The Manor New Delhi
If you’re looking for a more intimate alternative to Delhi’s opulent five stars, this 16-room boutique hotel is it...
This 79-room hotel has had a thorough revamp: rooms are decorated in designer oriental style, featuring white with strong colours, Chinese silks, and genuine flair. A couple of extra Rs1000s buys you a lot more space.
Cleanish, light rooms.
Shangri La's Eros Hotel, New Delhi
This skyscraping Shangri-La is a place of sumptuous comfort and restrained design. Rooms are dark and masculine, with Oriental touches, cushion-laden beds covered in sugar-white sheets, and LCD TVs.
The Park New Delhi
Conran-designed, with lots of modern flair, the Park boasts stylish, business-like rooms, a spa, smart eateries and a great poolside bar.
Total respite in central Paharganj is an impossible dream; however, there are a smattering of hotels that are situated a little away from the commotion of Paharganj's busiest strip, Main Bazaar. Prince Polonia is one such place...
Le Méridien New Delhi
This glassy monolith has contemporary, comfort-packed rooms, styled in pale ochres and pearl-greys, kitted out with the usual five-star trappings: stuffed minibars, fluffy bathrobes and bathroom goodies.