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Delhi Hotel

Postby world_traveller85 » Thu Jan 10, 2013 9:34 pm

Hi All,

Thinking of doing the Golden Triangle - Standard and just wondering if you can tell me the name of the Hotel that is used in Delhi?

Thanks :D
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Re: Delhi Hotel

Postby ballu » Fri Jan 11, 2013 3:04 pm

http://www.gadventures.com/trips/golden ... tartfinish

According to the trip notes it's...
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Hotel Grand Park Inn
1041/17 Abdul Rahman Road
Karol Bagh, Delhi, India
Tel: +(91) - (11) - 4508 1841-43, 4508 1823
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Re: Delhi Hotel

Postby patanderson » Sun Mar 24, 2013 10:39 pm

Hi, I've been looking for cheap hotels in Delhi. Me and my family are going for a vacation next month. This could be a big help on my queries.
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Re: Delhi Hotel

Postby kiwikoalabaer77 » Mon Mar 25, 2013 9:21 am

Hi Pat,

when I did the "Spiritual India" tour with G Adventures in November 2011 in Delhi we stayed in the Vishal Heritage Hotel in Karol Bagh. I spent an extra night there after my trip finished and so did almost everyone of my group who didn't fly out of Delhi the same day.

If you choose that hotel, you shouldn't expect too much, but I think it's very much ok and when I was there the hotel was worth the money we paid (I paid 2000 Indian rupees for the room for one night). WiFi is available in the lobby and in a very few rooms on the ground floor which are located next to the lobby.

We could have breakfast in the rooftop restaurant at an extra charge which was nothing special but enough to fill ones stomach.

The location of the hotel is also good, it's in a quiet alley but still centrally located and within walking distance to Karol Bagh Metro Station.

You should only be prepared, that several hotels in India in that price range don't have windows, but that's the same in Cambodia and Vietnam.

Enjoy your trip - are you going on your own or have you booked a tour?

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Re: Delhi Hotel

Postby whatcher » Sat Apr 06, 2013 2:44 pm

Hotel Grand Park Inn is a good hotel. I have stayed there several times. The staff is helpful and the prices are reasonable. If you go to Tripadvisor.com they have reviews of all the hotels.

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