New Delhi

3 Mar 2020 - 4 Mar 2020

2 adults - 1 room

A few days in New Delhi is a must when visiting India, whether it's your first or hundredth time on the subcontinent. Home to several of India's most famous attractions, including the Red Fort and Humayun's Tomb, it's simply unmissable. With a population of almost 20 million, and a sprawl covering 1,484 square kilometres, finding the right hotel is key to your experience of New Delhi.

There are hundreds of hotels to choose from, and we've put together a brief guide to our favourite neighbourhoods and accommodation options to help you find the best hotel in New Delhi.

Hotels in Connaught Place

Connaught Place is New Delhi's most famous commercial hub. Here you'll find everything from banks and businesses to restaurants and cafés. As this is the heart of New Delhi, there is no shortage of accommodation options. So, whether you're looking for a cheap place to crash or somewhere more luxurious with its own swimming pool and spa, you'll find it in Connaught Place. This area is suitable for families, shopping addicts, and just about anyone that wants to get a feel for the New Delhi vibe.

Hotels in Hauz Khas Village

New Delhi's creative district Hauz Khas Village is home to cafes, art galleries, studios, and offbeat shops. With hundreds of boutique stores, it's the best spot for picking up unique items of clothing and souvenirs to bring back to family and friends. Hotels in this area tend to be trendy, mid-range small hotels – an ideal option for couples.

Hotels in Paharganj

Paharganj is New New Delhi's backpacker district and, naturally, this is where some of the cheapest accommodation can be found. You'll also find plenty of low-cost restaurants, many of which serve international cuisine, as well as tiny shops selling everything from iPhone accessories to incense sticks. This is a lively part of New Delhi, and is most suited to younger travellers on a budget.

Budget hotels in New Delhi

Hotel Sunstar Grand – Featuring a rooftop restaurant and indoor swimming pool, the Hotel Sunstar offers great quality accommodation at an affordable price. Rooms have free Wi-Fi and air conditioning.

Hotel Metro Heights – Situated in New New Delhi's Karol Bagh neighbourhood, this budget hotel provides essential amenities such as Wi-Fi and air conditioning along with other great benefits like a 24-hour on call doctor.

Mid-range hotels in New Delhi

Colonel's Retreat – Located just under 2 miles from Humayun's Tomb, this cosy hotel is in a perfect location for exploring New Delhi's sights. Rooms are individually-decorated and include essential features such as air conditioning, Wi-Fi, and en-suite bathrooms.

Vivanta by Taj - Surajkund – Surrounded by green trees, this eco-friendly resort is a breath of fresh air in what is otherwise a congested city. Hotel amenities include a fitness centre, spa, and outdoor infinity pool.

Luxury hotels in New Delhi

The Imperial – Situated just 10 minutes by car from New New Delhi Railway Station. Hotel amenities include yoga classes, mobile phone rentals, and 7 different dining options.

The Lodhi  – A luxurious hotel with an outdoor swimming pool, cigar lounge, and sauna. The hotel is located just 0.6 miles from Mughal Emperor Humayun's tomb.

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Soumyo  Das
Soumyo Das

Clean green city. Many new thing to offer for a new person to the city Planned city

Mahesh  Mahajan
Mahesh Mahajan

Ohhhh my God What a wonderful city with so much history of the worlds richest country .places, they don't end. people don't only offer free food, selfies and so much love

Luke  Waqa
Luke Waqa

We had a great time of experience and great tours and trips across several states..

D Martin
D Martin

I love New Delhi! Shopping is the best. I go to The usual- Fabindia, etc. my favorite, not the cheapest, Delhi Haat. You can get absolutely everything here. You can haggle & get great deals. It’s a one stop shop kind of place. Eat at rajinder ka dhaba. Late night hole in the wall- eat in the parking lot kind of place. Evergreen also has a quick good lunch. I go often- if you have questions, feel free to ask


The least expensive month is December, with an average of €32 per night. The most expensive month to stay in New Delhi is July, with an average price of €43 per night.
The average price of a hotel in February last year was €35 per night. This is the same as the average nightly price seen over the previous 12 months.
In New Delhi, the expected average temperature in February is 12.0°C/53.6°F. The warmest month is typically June, which averages 27.8°C/82.0°F. The coolest month is February, with temperatures averaging 7.7°C/45.9°F.
The nearest airport to New Delhi is New Delhi (DEL) (13.92km).

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