In a town like New Delhi, it's hard for a hotel to make an impression, so the Leela group decided to deliver in the two areas that matter most: guest rooms (starting at a whopping 520 square feet) and service. This goes beyond the gentle "Namaste" greeting to accomplishing the near-impossible (a middle-of-the-night call to change a morning flight). Business travelers will appreciate Leela's convenient location in the diplomatic district, while the hotel's four restaurants, including Jamavar, for Indian-inspired lobster neeruli
, promise to be a hit with both locals and visitors.
Room to Book:
Treat yourself like royalty and book the sprawling Maharaja Suite, with a gym, study, dressing room, and butler's pantry. Even exclusive access to the room's Rolls-Royce might not tempt you to leave your private palace.
If you decide to venture outside the palace walls, don't miss your chance to stroll through the gardens of Humayun's Tomb, the first garden tomb in India (the same architecture style was used to create the Taj Mahal).