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Windsor Place, Janpath, Janpath, New Delhi , 110001 | Show on Map
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Located in Janpath, Le Meridien is an elegantly furnished structure, boasting state-of-the-art facilities. With its years of experience, this hotel offers luxurious accommodation at best prices. It provides its guests with best in class services and strives to attain their cent percent satisfaction.
Laundry service, medical assistance, currency exchange and ample car parking space are some of the facilities, which this hotel offers to its guests. Tastefully decorated rooms of Le Meridien vary in size and style but are united by the common values of quality and comfort.
All the rooms have air-conditioner, satellite television, alarm clock, coffee/tea maker, telephone, radio, refrigerator and mini-bar. Guests can savour Chinese cuisine whilst enjoying live music at the rooftop restaurant Le Belvedere.
Pakwan is the other restaurant at hotel, where guests can also relish Northwest Frontier cuisine in an ethnic Indian ambience. La Brassiere the 24-hour coffee shop invites guests to savour delectable dishes in breakfast, lunch and dinner.
A large variety of cocktails and mocktails are also served at Henri's Bar. The hotel has a spacious business centre, which is equipped with latest equipment for organising meetings or seminars. Le Meridien also comprises spa, meditation room, gymnasium, outdoor swimming pool and beauty salon.
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2 Rooms Left!
Price for 1 NightRs. 55,000
by Shweta on Apr 07,2017
What's Good: Breakfast Buffet was really good and staff very warm
What needs to improve : Charges too high for such a small room
by Rashmina on Jul 24,2015
What's Good: The hotel should have a kids swimming pool and a kids room, like every other 5 star hotels have. There was nothing to do kids.
by Mr. Anant Kumar on Jun 08,2014
What's Good: very good
by T B on February 10, 2018
Wonderful hotel with an attentive, friendly, staff that is eager to make your stay comfortable. There are only a couple of aspects that would make me want to look elsewhere. I spent five days here, and enjoyed the extensive breakfast buffet, restaurants, room service, and other features--all excellent. The room was clean, comfortable, and featured more than average amenities. I appreciated the endless supply of complimentary bottled water, and even the unexpected office supplies in the desk. The only drawbacks are probably not a problem for most people. Here are my issues: I travel a lot, and it's not unusual to spend 19 hours on a train, two planes, and a taxi before I get to a hotel around 2:00 am. That is not a time I enjoy needing a five minute tutorial on how to turn off the lights. The trend to a central lighting control pad is maddening. I did the math, and the little control pad offers more than 40,000 combinations of lighting. I just want to turn on the lights I need, and turn them off when I fall into bed. If it takes more than a couple seconds to figure out how to do that, then you've wasted my precious time. Another disappointment is when the only shower is a rain shower. Rain showers look great, especially when the advertising shows them next to a tropical lagoon with a waterfall and a pretty model. A hotel room is not a tropical lagoon, and rain showers aren't nearly as functional as they look in the ads. As I said, these are probably minor points for most people, but they're enough to prompt me to look at other comparable hotels for future stays. Maybe hotels could offer grumpy old men rooms with simple light switches and traditional showers.
by NinaFox2007 on February 9, 2018
Le Meridien New Delhi was an excellent place to be for the Republic Day Parade. The hotel is a bit modern and stark in the lobby but the Executive Lounge is beautiful. Rave, Gaurav and Rich made our time in the lounge a great experience. They were attentive and on the second day addressed us by name and brought our favorite drinks without even being asked. When we were unable to get tickets for the parade, they turned on live coverage in the lounge just for us. So if you are in New Delhi, choose Le Meridien!!
by TrevB56 on February 7, 2018
public rooms are very nice and although we arrived late morning we were able to check in within 30 minutes of arrival. Room was clean and in good state of repair. Staff were friendly and very helpful, breakfast buffet was of a high standard and we tested room service a couple of times with service in under 30 minutes and the food delivered fresh and hot. Restaurant lunchtime buffet was good but not special. Main issue was with noise and the basic design of the hotel with nearly all rooms facing in to an atrium with the bar at the bottom. First night was a Saturday and we were jetlagged but had the pleasure of the piano music from the bar until it finished even on the 10th floor. On the Sunday night there was a noisy group in the bar past midnight and you could hear them until they finally succumbed to bed (or passed out). Spa was good - we had a couple of massages there - nice decor etc.
by Juliet W on February 7, 2018
My husband stayed at Le Meridien New Delhi for work and was so impressed by the staff and the hotel that we spent our next holiday in New Delhi and stayed here. It was my first trip to India and I loved it. What made Le Meridien stay so special was the wonderful morning greeting and service we received from Rahul at breakfast each day. He really went out of his way to make our stay special.
by Ben C on February 7, 2018
My wife and I recently stayed in Le Meridien towards the end of a wonderful trip to India. Our time there was overshadowed by some really unsavoury behaviour by several members of staff, specifically toward my wife. Unfortunately what is quite clear is that the (male) staff there need training that women are equal and should be treated as such. Despite my wife having made the reservation, and paid for it on her credit card, the check in staff only spoke to me on arrival, even going out of their way to hand me her credit card back! We had dismissed this odd behaviour as an isolated incident until she was repeatedly ignored throughout our visit, even to farcical extremes where waiters in the breakfast room would ask me whether my wife wanted a coffee top up when she was right in front of them at the same table, and I (not knowing the answer) had to relay the question to her! Having pointed out that they should have the decency to ask my wife to her face staff seemed to find it odd and funny, laughing and shrugging their shoulders. The final straw was the overt ogling at my wife and blatant fixation on her chest from several servers and other staff members. It's our view this shouldn't happen in any hotel, but least of all an international group. She is so glad she wasn't staying there as a lone female traveller - least not because she wouldn't be able to check in or eat! - but because of the seedy undercurrent of the way the men acted towards her. This experience really angered and upset my wife, which is unusual as she's one of the most resilient people I know. To make matters worse, having pointed this out to hotel management, my wife is yet to hear back after over a week (continuing the misogyny to the Nth degree). We've also written to the Chief Executive's office, and have been told we either accept enough 'loyalty' points to stay in some shoddy airport hotel for a night OR we can choose to forego those and they will "take it up" with the hotel in Delhi. A trademark approach of a company that just wants you to go away and doesn't understand or respect the problem at hand. She is very sadly at the point of giving up, which I find deeply frustrating as it's not right, so have opted to take over. Hopefully they'll listen to me because I'm a man. My advice to travellers, certainly women travelling alone, is to avoid this hotel at all costs.
by TrevB56 on February 7, 2018
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by AUECWB on January 30, 2018
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