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- Centrally located, it is steps away from the renowned shopping district and major city attractions
- The Imperial is a unique blend of classic and contemporary
- 6 world class dining options in the hotel alone
Facilities includeWiFi Swimming Pool Gym and Sports Studio 6 Restaurants Bar
- India Gate
- Lodi Gardens
- The Red Fort
- Afternoon Tea
- Humayan's Tomb
- City Excursions
- Jama Masjid Mosque
- Delhi Walking Tours
Seasons in India
About The Imperial
An oasis of calm and comfort sums up the understated luxury of The Imperial New Delhi. With its modern delivery of old-style class and luxuries aplenty wrapped in colonial elegance, The Imperial invites its guests to the days of the Raj when opulence was the order of the day.
The elegant rooms and suites, the pillared verandahs, The Tea Lounge, The Royal Ballroom and the Verdant Gardens at The Imperial make it the place to stay in Delhi.
The hotel offers its guests complimentary use of the 'Health and Racquet Club' as well as the swimming pool. It also houses the Imperial Boutique, The Imperial Book Shop and Chanel, offering guests the opportunity to shop without ever having to leave the hotel.
Local attractions include the Red Fort, the Jama Masjid which was built in 1656 by Emperor Shah Jahan (who also built Taj Mahal), and Chandni Chowk which is one of the city's oldest markets.
The Imperial is centrally located on Janpath, the erstwhile Queensway. It is steps away from the renowned shopping district and major city attractions and 1 km from the central business district of New Delhi.
How to get there
9-hour direct flight to Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport. The Imperial is a 30-minute transfer from the airport.
When to go
Rajasthan has some major climactic fluctuations. During December, January and February, it can be very cold in the mornings and evenings and warm clothes are necessary at these times. During the daytime it is lovely and warm and sunny. March and April are getting fairly hot and it begins to get humid in June and temperatures can rise to an intense and uncomfortable heat. The monsoon breaks in July and lasts until September. October and November are still warm but not cold or wet. The best time to visit is from October to April. It is generally a dry heat with very little humidity, except during the months of September and early October.
As a UK citizen you must have a visa to enter India. Apply for a 30 day e-visa using the following link https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/visa/index.html
All visitors to India should make sure they have medical insurance for their trip, and a Yellow Fever Certificate is necessary. Please ask for up to date health advice in your home country, and it is advisable to know your blood type.
Travelling with children
Children of all ages are welcome to come and stay at the Imperial but there are no specific facilities. A baby sitting service is offered on request.
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