Clark Heights is a unique Luxury Budget Hotel in New Delhi. The Capital of India is an ever popular destination, known for its welcoming warmth and variety of superb attractions. Hotel Clark Heights is at the forefront of highly sought after three star budget accommodations and most easy to reach. We have 45 cozy well appointed rooms and suites, furnished in subtle elegance and ambience, a well equipped business center that includes conference rooms, state of the art multi media, fax and high speed internet, coffee lounge, terrace restaurant, multi-cuisine roof top restaurant cum barbeque, fantastic dining and drinking arrangements. We go that extra mile to make sure you have a great time in India. We organize great tours – our Same Day Delhi Sightseeing and two day Delhi City Excursion tours are especially popular, so is the quite famous Golden Triangle Tour (Agra, Jaipur, Delhi circuit ). We have our very own in house Spa and Massage service for our esteemed guests. Our simple, easy to use on line booking facility plus complimentary airport/rail pick ups have made us especially popular with visitors who always come back for more!
The rich cultural past of India is reflected in the innumerable forts and palaces across the country. Most were built as defenses to keep enemy at bay and hence are mind boggling massive, with stunning temples and palaces inside, exquisite architecture, sculpture and carvings that have stood the ravages of time.
Though standard heritage tours are evergreen, customized tours are gaining popularity. The last decade saw a boom in hospitality ; the next revolution was in Historical India Tour options. India has immense historical heritage as countless valiant rulers of ancient and medieval India left traces of their empires which tourists feast on. Once a visitor to India has settled in a Delhi Hotel of his choice, the first instinct is to explore this amazing capital.
If you’re a forts and palaces buff and are wondering where to quickly find the majestic and magnificent, then don’t lose hope. There are many fortresses not far from your hotel in Delhi. India’s colorful, vibrant past is reflected in the myriad citadels dotting the country’s landscape. There is one right outside your doorstep in Delhi. The magnificent Red Fort, which is visited by nearly every tourist to India, is a masterpiece of architecture.
The next nearest is the Agra Fort; combine it with gazing awe struck at the glorious Taj Mahal, an unforgettable experience. Just an hour journey from your Delhi hotel, you can go by train or car or luxury bus. The 16th century Agra Fort of red sandstone, encompasses within its 2.5 km long enclosure walls, the imperial city of the Mughals. It comprises many fairy-tale palaces, audience halls, and beautiful mosques.
Next you can head for Gwalior and its famous fortress. You can also head for Jaipur first, then Agra or vice versa, followed by Gwalior. The Amber Fort in Jaipur is a classic example of fusion of Mughal and Hindu architecture. It has a profusion of palaces including the ‘palace of mirrors’, Sheesh Mahal, with walls inlaid with exquisite mirrors that still take every first time visitor’s breath away.
Gwalior is 122 km south of the Taj Mahal . Due to massive tourist in flow, Gwalior is called the tourist capital of the state. The formidable Gwalior Fort is reputed to be one of the most invincible forts of India. It occupies an isolated rock outcrop with the hill steepened to make it virtually non scalable. Called the ‘Gibraltar of India’, it has unique architecture with Chinese influence on Indian architecture. Its intricately designed beauty is encased in 35 feet high walls enclosing stunning temples and palaces.
Do your homework at the travel desk of your Delhi hotel to work out your list of fortresses to gawk at.
Orchha, founded in 1501 AD, is just 120 km from Gwalior . A medieval city with an amazing fort along the Betwa river which is full of palaces and temples that still retain their original grandeur. Hotels here are known for their splendid décor and comfort .
Indians love to entertain and be entertained. In fact, our two well known national pastimes are interacting with people – chattering, and eating! Hospitality is our natural inclination. Our motto – the now famous ‘athithi devo bhavah” which translates as ‘guest is god’. This is naturally reflected in our hotel milieu, catering, wining and dining. And never so perfectly as in capital city Delhi, which is a die hard ‘foodie’ venue!
Delhi is the heart of India. This huge capital is a fascinating melting pot of cultures and life styles and provides terrific opportunities to tourists to explore variety as the spice of life – the true essence of this vast country. There is a maze of restaurants and food joints, a plethora of national and international cuisines to relish. Most visitors to the city look for a Multi Cuisine Restaurant in Delhi where chances of finding something delectable to gobble down for all members of the troupe is greater .
Both vegetarians and non-vegetarians can relish their favorite dish, choosing from a wide range of delicacies- north Indian, south Indian, seafood, continental, etc. Chinese and Mughlai have always been hot favorites with the domestic crowd, with Italian, Mexican, Japanese and Thai in hot pursuit. Multi Cuisine Restaurant in Delhi is the flavor of the day. And sky is the limit. Visitors at hotels in Delhi come sniffing for the most exotic to the esoteric - or may even, in a bout of homesickness, plain simply ask for unheard of yummy something’s cooked back home in any one of two hundred nations of the world! They can seek anything from local fare hilly billy tribes up north or far east India consume to grub former Royalty tucked in right down to the exact recipe!
Delhi is called mini India, where life of its denizens reflects the kaleidoscope that is India. People from all parts of the India live together in this mammoth metropolis amidst stunning historical sites and hotspots. With tasteful interiors that spell comfort and class, accommodation in Delhi strives to offer every possible amenity. To promote business in the region hotels have come up with business centers, coffee lounges and the like with the latest facilities including high speed wireless internet , photocopy, fax, international calling, multi-media etc. Crisp, prompt service mingled with polite, friendly staff makes one relaxed and at home. Ke
The state of Madhya Pradesh is a prime cultural and religious hub of Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Islam. With the world famous Khajuraho temples, exquisitely carved Jain temples, forts and palaces, the state is full of glorious reminders of the era of Rajas and Maharajas. Its medieval cities, amazing wildlife sanctuaries and pilgrimage centers offer memorable experiences.
The Khajuraho Group of monuments in Khajuraho town, 385 miles from Delhi, are one of the most popular destinations in the world. It has the largest group of medieval Hindu and Jain Temples, more famous for their erotic sculptures than anything else. The Khajuraho temple complex is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and considered to be one of the Seven Wonders of India.
The temples are made of sandstone – the builders didn’t use mortar. The stones were put together with mortise and tenon joints and held in place by gravity. This kind of construction requires very precise joints. The columns and architraves were built with megaliths that weigh up to 20 tons!
The Khajuraho temples bear erotic artwork with sensual engravings and erotic sculptures, built by the Chandela rulers in the 10th century. Many carvings also depict everyday life of the common man at the time. Erotic fantasies sculpted in stone are a curious blend of religion with eroticism.
Today, the temples serve as fine examples of Indian architectural styles that have gained popularity due to their explicit depiction of erotic life during medieval times. The Khajuraho temples are now set in a parkland landscape. The archaeological park now has something of the character of a public park, with mowed grass, rose beds and ornamental trees. This however has no relationship with the historic landscape at the time the temples were built. The temples of Khajuraho were built between 950 to 1050 A.D. Of the original 85 temples, only 20 have survived the weather over the millennia .
The Khajuraho temple complex offers a well-made light and sound show every evening. The show is about an hour long and covers the history, philosophy and the art of sculpting of these temples. These 10th -11th century temples have an interesting legend behind them that connects them to the origin of the Chandela dynasty. It is said that in a fit of passion and lust, the Moon God seduced and ravaged a beautiful Brahmin girl known as Hemvati, resulting in the birth of Chandravarman -the founder of the Chandela dynasty. Later, Chandravarman had a dream where his mother requested him to make a temple which would reveal all aspects of passion and erotic fantasy to the world.
The fact is the Khajuraho temples do not contain erotic art inside the temples or near the deities ; however some external carvings bear erotic art. Also, some of the temples that have two layers of walls have small erotic carvings on the outside of the inner wall. There are many interpretations of the erotic carvings. They portray that for seeing the deity, one must leave his or her sexual desires outside the temple. They also convey that Divinity, such as the deities of the temples, is pure like the atman (soul), which is not affected by sexual desires and other characteristics of the physical body.
Meanwhile, the external curvature and carvings of the temples depict humans, human bodies and the changes that occur in human bodies as well as the facts of life. Just about 10% of the carvings contain sexual themes, the rest depict the everyday life of the common man at the time when the carvings were made.
The nearest railway station is at Jhansi, 18 km from town. The nearest airport is Khajuraho Airport. Premium hotels in Khajuraho offer all modern amenities and the Budget hotels too offer decent a stay at reasonable prices. Most hotels here have good restaurants where you can try a variety of cuisines.
They say nothing comes in this world for free. We all love to come across a good deal with freebies as icing on the cake. Our well known Hotel Clark Heights is one of the most renowned in the luxury budget category of hotels in Delhi. Our free airport/rail pick ups have always been a great hit with guests. And our scrumptious meal packages are highly appreciated.
Our cozy little in house spa has become equally popular with our esteemed guests. We offer a range of spa services that include hydrotherapy (sauna, steam baths, mud baths and the like) along with an array of facials, hair care, stunning nail beautification, pedicure, manicure, body wraps, scrubs and body polishing. Our massages specially are in demand.
For the convenience and enjoyment of our guests, we have several wonderful packages on offer at the state of the art spa on our hotel premises. Our basic spa cum accommodation package that has proved a great hit with our regular guests is the 3 Night with Free Massage package. Our exclusive wellness packages blend Ayurveda and modern technology. This basic free massage at Delhi hotel package applies to those booked to stay at any of our Deluxe rooms for 3 nights in a row.
Simplicity and serenity are implicit in our Deluxe rooms, our base category rooms, with basic amenities like twin or double bed, attached bath, marble flooring, LCD TV, refrigerator, digital safe, AC, 24 hr room service – perfect for the business traveler to kick off those shoes and unwind in the lap of luxury.
Massage is most sought after nowadays as it is no longer a luxury indulgence of the elite only. Its therapeutic effects aside, many seek massage for simply unwinding after a bout of hectic work schedule, hard partying or night life revelry or even the shop till you drop spree for an impending marriage in the family; or just for the heck of it as it’s so pleasurable!
Massage is an age old human activity, as old as eating or making out! Gone are the days when mention of massage in Delhi hotels raised eyebrows and snickers. The shady joint scenario of the 70′s has given way to a wide variety of professional massage services available right at your doorstep, at elegant beauty saloons and spa in hotels of all styles and levels across the city.
The in flow of business executives to the capital is sizeable. In between hectic routines and rushing from one business meet to another, a relaxing massage can be a boon. And amidst all the treatments and cosmetic makeovers comprising lengthy sessions at the spa, a massage is again a welcome bliss. A whole range of Ayurvedic herbal treatments and massage creams and oils are available that are stunning in their effects on mind and body. A truly holistic healing and soothing relaxation is provided.
A Free Massage at Delhi hotel is no doubt very popular with the international crowd of globe trotters, business and trade pros and family’s on extended vacations as well. Massages can range from Chinese, Japanese, Indian, Swedish and Thai massage techniques and are often accompanied by brief reflexology procedures that involve stimulating points on the feet and hands believed to be beneficial to the body and mind.
“The Spa at Hotel Clark Heights is waiting to give you pleasure.” Come and soothe tired mind and muscle in a cozy cocoon of personalized service with privacy and exclusivity. Men and women alike love the peace and tranquility of a few hours spent at a spa. So don’t hesitate. Go ahead unabashed and indulge yourself extravagantly in sensual massage. Come out glowing, all bright eyed and bushy tailed! Nothing like a free massage at Delhi hotel!
Nainital, a prime hill station of India, has traditionally been one of the most popular destinations in India, with thousands from just Delhi alone flocking here in summers. Famous for its lakes and snow capped mountains, it draws numerous international tourists as well, as its landscapes take ones breath away. Nainital is at a height of 6360 feet above sea level and famous for its large number of serene lakes. Due to the unpolluted atmosphere, they reflect the majestic mountains during the day and the innumerable stars at night, a beauty to behold. Cool, pleasant weather prevails throughout the year.
Nainital is dotted with villas, cottages and bungalows. Our Nainital Tour Package incorporates numerous historical spots. Major attractions are the Naina Devi Temple, Naini Lake, Mall Road, the Flatts, The Zoo, Aerial Ropeway, Snow View Point, Cave Garden, Hanuman Garhi, Naina Peak, Tiffin Top, Land’s end, Gurney house, St. Johns Church.
The scenic beauty is enchanting, particularly if you rent a paddle boat and spend an hour floating along Naini Lake. You can take a cable car ride to get a better view of Naina Devi Peak or schedule a horseback ride along one of the many wilderness trails.
Naina Devi Temple : Nainital got its name from the Naina Devi temple. One of the most revered Hindu temples in India, it is situated in the middle of the 1567 yard long, 167 yard wide and 93 feet deep Naini Lake. The presiding deity is Maa Naini Devi or Mata Sati, revered as extremely sacred and pristine by devotees. The current temple replaces the original 15th century temple which got destroyed in an 1880 landslide and was reconstructed in1883.
The Flats : At the northern side of Naini Lake is a rendezvous spot where people from all walks of life enjoy. There is a statue of Pt. Govind Ballabh Pant, a beautiful fountain, a band stand and a playing ground used for sports, games and cultural activities during festivals. The area also has Chat Bazaar, a Mosque, Gurudwara, the Bhotia Market for shopping for knick knacks, Capitol cinema and the Rink theatre used for roller skating . The New club, Boat House club and Masonic Hall are recreational spaces.
Aerial Ropeway : is a major attraction here, running from Mallital right through to Snow view point, at an elevation of 2270 meters above sea level. You get a panoramic view of the spectacular Himalayas including the entire town below. There are two trolleys taking a few minutes each way and hold up to 10+1 persons or 825 kg total weight, running seven days a week from 1000 hrs to 1700 hrs. The Lake looks like a small emerald eye amidst the great mountains and lush green surroundings. It gives you the feeling you are floating in air.
Snow View Point is a fantastic view point on top of the Sher-ka-danda ridge, at a height of 2270 meters and offers breathtaking views of the town. The Naina Peak, also called China peak, is the highest peak at 2611 meters. Tiffin Top is another well visited peak at height 2290 meters, also known as Dorothy Seat.
Lands End : Nainital’s most adventurous spot is situated at 2114 meters, providing majestic views of Kupra Tal Lake and the plains.
Saria Tal is a small lake that also houses a waterfall and is a fun spot for the family. Other must visit spots are Hanuman Garhi temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman, the Nainital Observatory and Nainital Zoo which houses some very rare Himalayan species of animals.
It’s best to reserve an entire day for your trekking expeditions. It’s great to save the last day of your stay in Nainital to just unwind, relax and chill out in the splendid weather Nainital has to offer. Shopping in Nainital can be described in one word – ethnic. There are plenty of top quality woolen clothes, natural wooden structures, artistic and beautiful candles, herbal items and lots of other products.
Nainital has first class facilities for sail boating, yachting and paddle boating as well as challenging and delightful trekking routes. The nearest railway station to Nainital is Kathgodam, which is 34 km away and well connected to Delhi, Calcutta and Lucknow. For any harried international arrival just entering the Delhi heat oven and looking to chill out before starting hectic touring over the subcontinent or looking for a reprieve – a sojourn in Nainital comes with full recommendations.
“The story of the Ganges, from her source to the sea, from old times to new, is the story of India’s civilization and culture, of the rise and fall of empires, of great and proud cities, of adventures of man.”
Many tourists come to India seeking what they call ‘the real India’ . If you are at your hotel in Delhi, wondering where to get some authentic ”real India”, then a unique, mind blowing tour would be to head down the mighty Ganges river from its start to finish. The tour will also take you to major holy hotspots along its entire stretch – a unique tour itinerary.
The mighty Ganges River (Ganga) rises in the Himalayas and flows 2,510 km eastward through the vast plains to the Bay of Bengal. In Bangladesh, it is joined by the Brahmaputra River and Meghna rivers; and empties into the Bay of Bengal forming a delta 354 km wide, the largest in the world, shared by both countries.
In the Uttarakhand Himalayas, where glacial waters flow from a cave at Gaumukh, is the origin of the Ganga river at a height of 13,000 feet. The river reaches Gangotri, the first town on its path, 23 km from Gaumukh.
Thousands of visitors come to Gangotri annually, which is at 10,000 feet . Nearly four hundred thousand tourists visited the shrine in 2010. The shrine is dedicated to Goddess Ganga.
The river joins the Alaknanda river at Devaprayag, in the Uttarakhand Himalayas, to form the Ganges which then flows through Himalayan valleys to emerge at holy Haridwar. The Ganga is revered as the Goddess by a billion Hindus. The evening ‘Aarti’(prayers) on its holy river banks has the entire riverside lit up with offerings of thousands of floating lamps accompanied by devotional singing and tinkling bells.
The Ganges then courses through Kanpur, Allahabad, Varanasi, Patna, and Kolkata. The Ganges drains an area of over a million sq km. The nearest point from your Delhi hotel to the sacred Ganges is at Haridwar just 250 km away.
The Yamuna originates less than 100 miles east of the Bhagirathi(Ganga), flows mostly parallel to it and merging with it at Allahabad, known as holy ‘Triveni Sangam’. New Delhi and Agra are on the Yamuna river. So you can have a breather at your Delhi hotel before moving further down the Ganges heading straight from your hotel in Delhi to either Rishikesh or Haridwar. Ganga near Rishikesh is now a world famous locale for river rafting. The river rafting stretch of 36 Km between Kaudiyala and Rishikesh, has 12 major rapids.
Around 70 million Hindus gathered at the last Kumbh Mela (fair) on the Ganges riverbanks in Allahabad ! Below Allahabad the Ganges becomes a slow, meandering stream with shifting channels passing Mirzapur, Varanasi, Patna and Bhagalpur. Varanasi is the most holy place for Hindus, Buddhists, and Jains alike. More than 1,000,000 pilgrims and tourists alike visit the city each year.
Massage is an age old activity as old as eating or making out! Humans have always snuggled and a delicate massage on the neck or head of a loved one to relax a tired mind cum muscles is an age old instinct. Today an array of professional massage is available in every nook and cranny of the world. It’s routine for tourists at the thousands of Delhi Hotels to seek a heady massage. As for Ayurveda – like yoga, it is now a household word across the globe. An avidly sought out bliss, highly recommended by most, is the Delhi Hotel Ayurvedic Massage. Conventionally in India, mention of a Delhi Hotel Ayurvedic Massage used to conjure up images of a shady joint with all kinds of ”loads of stuff” on offer! However today, a sensual massage or any other ayurveda spa treatment is considered a classy ‘in’ thing by the traditional local and domestic travel crowd as well. In fact Delhi Hotel Ayurvedic Massage along with some meditative breathing are in high demand these days. Hotels from three to five star will provide massage services by professional masseuse called in but on their payroll, or, many at their in house exotic spa centers – ranging from Chinese, Japanese, Indian, Swedish and Thai massage techniques.
Reflexology or zone therapy is also popular, involving stimulating points on the feet and hands beneficial to the body and body design contouring using anti-ageing body treatments is also fashionable. Both accompanied by a before-or-after Delhi Hotel Ayurvedic Massage, replete with ayurvedic creams and lotions. There is no dearth of all kinds of Delhi Hotel Ayurvedic Massage, baths and treatments in which to swoon in bliss accompanied by an assortment of facials, manicure, pedicure, yummy health lunch plus leisure facilities like swimming pool, sauna, steam room and gym at any decent luxury hotel. Delhi Hotel Ayurvedic Massage can also be accompanied by skilled ayurvedic consultancy. The stress of career and work load, hustle and bustle of holidays, parties, shopping and late-night outs all take a toll on your body, mind and soul leaving you overworked and tired. Yoga, Meditation and Ayurveda are time tested and wonderful ways to rejuvenate yourself mentally and physically. There was a time when tourists seeking some skilled Yoga-Ayurveda headed straight for towns like Haridwar and Rishikesh that emerged as major destinations. It’s no longer necessary to head out of town to get the best finishing ‘touches’ to your India tour, with emergence of a wide range of Delhi Hotel Ayurvedic Massage now available, to suit all tastes and pockets. So go ahead and exult in a Delhi Hotel Ayurvedic Massage. It will go a long way in improving circulation, that also cleanses the body of toxins, and provides muscle toning as well .
A Delhi Hotel Ayurvedic Massage is no doubt the greatest stress reliever and pleasurable holiday experience you can think of.
The old cliché that to see the ‘real’ India one has to hop onto the rails contains an element of truth. Since a sizeable portion of the population lives in villages and small towns, whatever tour you opt for once at a Delhi hotel of your choice, whether rural or mystic India or heritage or any other, the cliché is reinforced.
Railways in India a way of life . A staggering 18 million people travel by train every day. Religious pilgrimages alone account for hundreds of thousands of journeys every year. The Indian Railways has 9000 trains running on roughly 65,000 km of track along side 7,083 stations. And with hotels dotting the entire stretch, the daily flow of human traffic on and off its tracks is mind boggling.
India’s railway network is extensive, prices are reasonable with accommodations suiting every pocket, AC and non AC seating/sleepers of all classes. Apart from the normal trains connecting all parts of the country there are also special faster trains like the Rajdhani Express and Shatabdi Express; the fully AC Garib Rath Express , Duronto Express , Janshatabdi Express and Super fast Trains along with the Mail Express Trains & Local Trains for local travel. Like our Clark Hotels, most luxury budget hotels in Delhi are not far from the major railway stations .
IR has also introduced Bharat Darshan, a special pilgrimage train taking tourists through religious and pilgrim centers in North India (in 14 days) including sacred Shirdi, Varanasi, Gaya, Allahabad, Haridwar, Mathura and Agra.
Then there are the Royal Trains of India, a favorite luxury travel option - The Palace on Wheels, Royal Rajasthan on Wheels, Deccan Odyssey, Maharaja Express all have fabulous, beautifully adorned coaches, well stocked bar/ restaurants, lounge, library, gym, even spa on board.
India’s most expensive train, the Maharajas’ Express is one of the six luxury trains that offer the best in travel, traditional food and hospitality. Its Classical India tour (7 days/6 nights) starts from Delhi and passes through Agra , Gwalior , Khajuraho, Bandhavgarh, Varanasi , and Lucknow , before returning to Delhi . Its Princely India trip (8 days/7 nights) starts from Mumbai and passes through Vadodara, Udaipur , Jodhpur , Bikaner , Jaipur, Ranthambore, Agra and finally lands you back to your hotel in Delhi thrilled and fulfilled.
The train crisscrosses the beautiful locales offering panoramic views of India’s countryside, chugging along majestic ghats, deserts, lush green fields, scenic villages and rivers .
The Maharaja Express is akin to a five-star hotel on wheels . Every cabin has large panoramic windows, individual temperature controls, LCD/TV, DVD players, direct dial phones, electronic safe deposit and internet facilities. It has two fine dining restaurants, a bar with the choicest collection of wines, a lounge cum bar and high-end boutique.
When coming to India, its important to plan ahead and inquire before acting, especially when it comes to booking a hotel, tour and especially luxury train tours which are booked fully months in advance.
Transport in Delhi has undergone significant development in recent years. Visitors can look forward to air conditioned trains and buses, computerized tickets, dial-a-cab services along with the usual taxis, auto-rickshaws, the substantial Delhi bus network, cycle rickshaws.
The fairly new Metro train network in Delhi is modern, speedy and convenient. Delhi Metro is a rapid transit system built and operated by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Limited (DMRC). The network consists of six lines with a total length of 156 km (97 miles) along side 132 stations. It has both elevated ground level and underground lines.
Running from and to the Metro are the Metro RTV feeder buses which bear the same silver color as Metro trains and have the Metro logo on them. In fact, the DMRC was the first railway project in the world to be registered at the UN under the clean development mechanism (CDM) scheme, enabling it to earn carbon credits.
21st century Delhi is a bustling ultra modern metropolis with swanky Malls, huge department stores, chic boutiques, endless bazaars and classy up markets to satisfy the unending appetite of shopping buffs. Most of the important and popular shopping centers of Delhi like Karol Bagh, Connaught Place, Janpath, Chandni Chowk and Nai Sarak, Lajpatnagar, South Extension , Sarojini Nagar, Munirka, Vasant Kunj are either located just outside a metro station or have one nearby, usually within walking distance.
Delhi has been rightly denoted as Mini India- where the ancient and modern coexist in perfect synthesis. The city is known for its rich heritage of medieval Mughal monuments. Some of the most famous spots of Delhi are: the Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Jantar Mantar, Humayuns Tomb, Purana Quila, Humayun’s Tomb and Raj Ghat. Modern structures are the Rashtrapati Bhavan and its Mughal Gardens, Rajpath Avenue down to India Gate, the wondrous Lotus Temple and the grand Akshardham Temple. Most of these sites are off a Delhi metro station or very nearby. There are any number of food joints and restaurants serving both Indian and foreign cuisines. Delhi also has vibrant nightlife with discos, pubs and clubs spread across the city.
Hotels in Delhi are known for world class service and facilities. There are thousands of hotels to chose from – a majority are located on the Karol Bagh - Connaught Place axis which has about a dozen metro stations on it. An interesting tit bit – can a pillar be your address? Looks like that is what is happening for so many people residing close to the elevated Metro tracks who have started using the Metro pillar numbers as a landmark to find their house or office and even on the hotel visiting cards!