Fri, 17 Jul – Sat, 18 Jul (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
2, Sardar Patel Marg Diplomatic Enclave,, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi , 110021 | Show on Map
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<b> Spread across 6 acres of land, Taj Palace at New Delhi is the perfect embodiment of world-class service and iconic Indian hospitality. The Mughal era comes to life with its arts, traditions and cuisines based in a modern setting. </b><br><br>Taj Palace is close to Government, Delhi's business district, the commercial hub of Gurgaon and the Domestic/International airport.
This hotel in New Delhi is at a walking distance from the Rashtrapati Bhavan. This hotel has 403 well-appointed rooms that offers city or pool view. Tea/coffee maker, air-conditioner, flat-screen TV, mini-bar, desk, hair dryer, electronic safe and attached bathroom with hot and cold running water facility are some of the conveniences offered in the room.
Suite rooms have separate living room and fruit platters. Tata Suite and Presidential Suite has also separate spa and gym room Taj Palace provides various facilities that include travel desk, currency exchange and parking facility.
Power backup, laundry, concierge, car hire, doctor on call and room service are also offered for the convenience of the guests. Guests can rejuvinate at the in-house spa, meditation enter, salon and yoga center.
Meetings and Events can be organised at in-house banquet hall, lawn, business center, meeting room and lounge. The hotel in New Delhi is accessible via travel hub such as New Delhi Railway Station (10 km) and Durgabai Deshmukh South Campus Station (1 km).
The closest airport to this property is Indira Gandhi International Airport (10 km). Some of the tourist attractions are Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum (4 km), India Gate (8 km), Mughal Gardens (4 km), Connaught Place (7 km), Red Fort (13 km), Lotus Temple (14 km) and National Zoological Park (9 km). Guest can dine-in at the Masala Art - specializes in North Indian Cuisine, Orient Express - a European Cuisine restaurant with romantic European dining experience, Capital Kitchen - specializes in Indian, Western and Asian Cuisine, Spicy Duck - specializes in Chinese Cuisine, Tea Lounge - serves single-estate coffees and designer teas with finger food and The Blue Bar - a classy poolside bar. within the premises. <B> What people love the most about this property is its great location and hospitality.<br><br>Book now and enjoy world class services at Taj Palace. </B>"
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by Arvand on Sep 27,2018
Reason For Rating : Best services
by Gaurav on Apr 29,2018
What's Good: Excellent service
Reason For Rating : Excellent
by Camper60197240824 on
Hi All, I checked in on 19th June 2020 (Room 820). My flight landed on 19th June 2020 at 8 AM and I reached the hotel around 4 PM after completing the government formalities. I did not get a chance to have any food (neither breakfast nor lunch). I begged them for food but they did not send any food till 9.30 PM. This is how they are treating people in quarantine. Think before booking. Thanks Tanmay
by Namit C on
I have been a regular guest at this hotel and prefer it over other properties thanks to the warm butlers at the Taj Club Lounge. However my experiences (other than the lounge) have always been Sub-Par. Be it restaurant or rooms and the management never seems to care in spite of repeated complaints. During my first stay, the housekeeping staff entered my room without even knocking the door whilst I just came out of the shower, they were quick enough to apologize and I did not raise an issue except leaving a quick note to the cashier (Prateek) whilst checking out who assured me that things will be taken care of next time. It was at this time that the hotel pool and Jacuzzi was under renovation (I wasn't informed while booking). They arranged for pool services at the ITC who very conveniently did not allow me to use the changing room/steam room etc stating the agreement was only for the pool (pathetic!). During my next visit, I used my Taj Inner circle Gold Upgrade vouchers and was given a nice suite on the first floor however when I called for the butler to unpack my bags etc; the lady on the phone seemed to be absolutely clueless and I left it as it. Things took a turn for the worse when my key cards stopped working (on more occasions than one) and in spite of having told me that I would have a new one within 10 minutes, given I was in a meeting and wanted to grab something from my room right after, nothing was done for over 2 hours when I finally lost my patience and walked down to the reception (Leela, the butler saved the hotel's grace). Again i Just mentioned it to Prateek, who was then the duty manager and assured me that nothing will go wrong hereon. Rest of my stay was uneventful except the terrible food at their Indian restaurant. During my next check in, there seemed to be a lot of confusion. I had asked for an upgrade using my Club voucher and I was told that was done already, however whilst walking to my room (when I realised it wasn't on the club floor) they mentioned there was some confusion and asked me to wait upstairs till they got the new keys! So much so for "we will make sure your stay is perfect". Next day, while I was sitting in the sale room having a conversation with a friend, the gym member opened the door in anger and said "THIS IS A PAID SERVICE" - we did not know as there wasn't any notice with regards to the same. I told the person that I would move out in the next 5 minutes once I wrap up the conversation but the person stood with the door open insisting we leave right away!! Incredibly rude. When I asked for the spa manager I was told he was still not on duty (past afternoon) and would call me in the next 10 minutes. I did not receive any call for over 2 hours till I finally walked down and told the duty manager of the issue. Things went worse when at night, the room temperature dropped and I turned on the heater. It did not seem to work so they sent a maintainence guy at midnight who said he will fix the issue from the main chamber. It was still cold and hence I called again, at this time I was told that the club floor does not have central heaters! WOW - for a room that's over 200 USD a night in cold delhi winters. Next morning I again informed the manager and asked to be connected with the general manager whom I had seen around in the lobby. I was told i would get a call within 2 hours, none of which happened and Mr. Vikram singh (resident manager) called and said things would be taken care of before my return. To my surprise, when I got back to my room they had turned down the temperature (because they "HEARD" that my complaint was that the room was incredibly hot - Really?)? I wonder if they even listen to the guests, in one instance when the shower head fell down and the tub started leaking (at their sister hotel - the Taj Mahal) - their communications manager Shivani, copied and pasted an email with someone else's name. HOW RIDICULOUS! Nevertheless, coming back to my most recent stay, I then asked them for a heater to which i was told that heaters were Out of Stock and they could send more blankets? Is this what one has to expect from a hotel that has supposedly hosted heads of state? At this time I asked for the general manager again and I was told her was informed of the developments and would be in touch - none of which happened. Is this how a guest, who's incredibly loyal to the chain and holds a gold membership deserve to be treated? I was offered a suite upgrade which I politely declined. Next morning, when I was checking out - I was hoping someone would come and apologise or the GM would atleast leave me a note - none of which happened. I left disappointed but did not have the time to write until recently! I checked into the leela during my next visit for a week. I do not recommend this hotel especially when Delhi has other choices for the same price wherein a guest comes first. I hope the Taj group takes a due note of this and makes sure that other guests do not experience something similar or atleast feel like they are cared for. Disappointment!
by amanbali on
Have stayed at this Hotel a couple of times. It truly represents the ethos of Taj hotels impeccable service great food modern rooms with all amenities required for a comfortable stay. The swimming pool is very well maintained. Just one suggestion do not have buffet meals at Capital Kitchen. Had buffet dinner at Capital kitchen and there was nothing to talk about the spread was very limited and the wait staff was very inattentive unlike any Taj hotel there were more interested in serving the al carte guests which is let down when you are spending almost $40 per person. Even the breakfast buffet is very average. The other restaurants in the hotel are way better so you can give a skip to Capital Kitchen. Stay was very comfortable and check in and check out was perfect without any hiccups. Would have given a five-star rating but for my experience at the restaurant had to give 4. Would definitely stay here again but would give a skip to Capital Kitchen
by Nelson L on
It was a welcome stay for me after experimenting stay at other hotels. Pleasantly surprised on the hospitality extended. The comforts were taken care and issues addressed on priority. Taj ensured safe stay during the onset of pandemic outbreak and it was a smooth handling of Guests... Special mention on Charvi to ensure comforts all through out my stay. Also special mention about Arumugam Mani, chef who took pain in serving authentic masala idli and Podi dosa, a specialty I recommend for travelers.
by bpls on
Yes again Taj, always on my favourite list, everything was perfect, as ever ! So also this time amidst of all chaos, of pandemic outbreak, Taj kept us as a family, on all best possible services, in this situation, when the infection chances were highest !! Food services and hospitality, housekeeping everything was perfect. A special word of thanks to the duty manager, Mr. Prateek, who assured us all the help and support. He arranged a comfortable departure too!
by Nelson L on March 29, 2020
by bpls on March 27, 2020
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by deirdrefly69 on February 28, 2020
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The Taj Palace is a name popular among the luxurious hotels in New Delhi, stands as a tribute to legendary hospitality and service, complementing the broad green boulevards of Delhi’s iconic - Lutyen’s area. It exudes old-world grace and charm, blended effortlessly with world-class contemporary comforts and amenities. At this hotel, grandeur meets elegance; where antiques, priceless art, traditional accents and colours speak evidence. Its proximity to the city’s diplomatic enclave, ministries and seat of government make this hotel an iconic landmark of the capital. There are 403 rooms including 41 suites, all of which offer a stunning aerial view of Delhi’s iconic skyline. Its one-of-a-kind Presidential Suite has hosted imminent personalities, dignitaries and celebrities from across the globe. They come with expansive living areas to relax and work.
Experience fine dining at the hotel’s famous restaurants. Masala Art serves up some of the best North Indian fares with an open live kitchen or experience European dining set in a truly unique and romantic setting at Orient Express. Capital Kitchen specialises in authentic comfort food with a touch of Ta. Set in a contemporary setting, Spicy Duck is Delhi's fine and authentic Cantonese and Sichuan speciality restaurant. At the elegant Tea Lounge unwind over a cup of exotic tea and aromatic coffee. The Blue Bar offers an impressive selection of cocktails and quick bites, al fresco when the weather is good. Authenticity, excellence in service, artistry and innovation in cuisine come together to create a dining experience that makes the hotel Delhi’s dining destination of choice.
Taj Palace, New Delhi is the preferred venue for extraordinary events, celebrated ceremonies, glamorous gatherings and sophisticated soirees. The hotel’s Golden Keys Concierge and butler take care of everything offering you a host of rejuvenating experiences. Head down to the Jiva Spa to revitalise yourself, or indulge in some retail therapy at Taj Khazana, lounge at the outdoor pool, or burn those extra calories at the state-of-the-art gymnasium take to sauna and steam baths. If you want to for a sightseeing, the hotel can arrange trips to the world-famous Taj Mahal in Agra or tours of Delhi’s historical landmarks through their Golden Keys Concierge service.
Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport is 7 km from Taj Palace, New Delhi. You will get to the hotel in a matter of 30-40 minutes in a car. The busiest airport in India and 12th in the world, Delhi has three runways (the only airport to have so in India) and two passenger terminals. The IGI Airport is the central hub for several Indian carriers operating international flights such as Air India, Air Asia, IndiGo, Vistara, Spice Jet and Go Air, and approximately 80 airlines serve this airport. IGI airport operates direct flights to international destinations such as Toronto, Beijing, Paris, Abu Dhabi, Tokyo, Moscow, London and Zurich. Delhi Metro and Airport Express train also connect the airport. Passengers can experience facilities like shopping, lounge area with Wi-Fi, dining, and relaxation at the airport.
The nearest railway station to Taj Palace, New Delhi, is the New Delhi Railway Station at 12 km. It will take about 40 minutes to reach the hotel. It is the central railway station in Delhi and one of the busiest in the country in terms of frequency and passenger movement. Approximately 400 trains serve the station daily. The express passenger train Rajdhani Express has its hub at this railway station. The railway station has direct connectivity to Indira Gandhi International Airport and the Delhi Metro lines.
The Maharana Pratap Inter State Bus Terminus in Delhi, popularly known as Kashmere Gate ISBT, at 20 km, is the nearest bus stand to Taj Palace, New Delhi. To reach the hotel from here, you will have to drive for 40 minutes in a car. The bus terminus has inter-state connectivity by state road transport buses like RSRTC, UTC, UPSRTC, HRTC including Haryana, Jammu & Kashmir, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Uttarakhand. It handles over 1800 buses daily.
Delhi is a classic example of history combined with modern space. From monuments and temples to parks and museums, high-end malls and entertainment to night-life, the beautiful city of Delhi never ceases to enchant travellers. Its colourful bazaars, historic landmarks, quiet green spaces and diverse neighbourhood sit side by side complementing each other. The centre of power of many historical empires, Delhi, the capital of India is home to a rich cultural diversity. Starting with the parliament street would be a wise choice. Take the iconic sights such as the magnificent India Gate (a war memorial) and Rashtrapati Bhavan (President’s House) and the Parliament House, the central seat of governance. You can then visit the Lotus Temple, a Baha’i house of worship where people from all walks of life are welcome. Its mesmerising lotus flower shaped architecture is something to watch out. Head to the Chandni Chowk where you can chance upon everything from genuine handcrafted antiques to vintage designer sunglasses to silver pieces of jewellery to lip-smacking street food. A kaleidoscope of colours, sights and sounds, and the most popular shopping spot in the city, you will find everything in Chandni Chowk from trinkets to ethnic wear, handcrafted antique silver jewellery.