Hotels in New and Old Delhi

Frédéric Lagrange

No one is able to escape the tumult of New Delhi, but Aman embraced this challenge, unleashing the equivalent of design Xanax—interior spaces in... Read More

The two guesthouses under the Bed & Chai banner are run by two French ladies who have made India home. The rooms are done with elegance: simple, but... Read More

The clever folks behind Bloom Rooms took away all the extraneous hotel stuff—conference halls, swimming pools, ballrooms—that so many of us don’t use,... Read More

Think of the most tasteful friend you have, and you’ll have a sense of the ambience at this cozy hotel that feels like a home.  We love the family... Read More

The unfortunately named THEhotel at Mandalay Bay—the boutique tower adjoining Mandalay Bay—was in real need of a refresh, so the folks at MGM Resorts... Read More

Fast forward to many decades later, Dusit Devarana is an ultra-luxury hotel run on the principles of Thai hospitality. (Its parent company runs Dusit... Read More

Tucked away on floors 35-39 of Mandalay Bay, Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas recently renovated all its 424 guest rooms and suites. The vibrant, modern,... Read More

Located a bit far out (in North Delhi), it probably won’t be your first choice in you want to be within walking distance of the city’s action. But if... Read More

Few hotels except the most luxurious hotel-within-a-hotels (think the Mansion at MGM Grand or Paiza Club at the Venetian) manage to make their guests... Read More

If the Imperial encapsulates Delhi’s past, the Park offers a vivid glance into Delhi’s future—and the future looks uncannily like... Read More

If you’ve wondered how many degrees separate you from the heads of state from around the world, check into the legendary Taj Mahal Hotel. Chances are,... Read More

Because of its proximity to the diplomatic and political center of the capital, this stately hotel is firmly rooted in showcasing Indian luxury, evident... Read More

This 1952 building with classically decorated interiors has old-world charm, as well as the brilliant Sevilla restaurant and, in a nice contemporary nod... Read More

Ah, will we ever tire of this one? Probably not. One of the long-standing bastions of old Colonial times, the hotel is immaculately maintained and... Read More

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