|Most expensive month:||March|
|Average price in New Delhi:||€88/night|
|Cheapest price found:||€8/night|
|Most expensive day:||Thursday|
Ibis New Delhi Aerocity Hotel
Asset No 9, Hospitality District, New Delhi, India
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New Delhi is home to some of India’s most impressive architectural landmarks. Sikh and Hindu temples stand alongside Islamic mosques and Baha’i houses of worship, together with grandiose public buildings dating back to the British colonial years.
Built by the Mughal Emperor who constructed the Taj Mahal, the Red Fort is one of Delhi’s most impressive sights. It was constructed from red sandstone in the 17th century and includes covered bazaars and grand halls, as well as beautiful gardens.
Opposite the Red Fort stands the largest mosque in India, Jama Masjid, with the capacity to accommodate more than 25,000 worshippers in its courtyard. The floor was created from white and black ornamented marble to appear like a Muslim prayer mat, with the best views on offer from the top of its minaret.
Among the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Delhi is Humayun’s Tomb, which appears like a prototype for the Taj Mahal. It was built to house the remains of the second Mughal emperor, with an additional tomb dedicated to Isa Khan Niyazi, an Afghan noble of the Suri dynasty.
Want an authentic Indian shopping experience? Visit Chandni Chowk in Old Delhi, one of the city’s oldest and busiest markets. It’s divided into smaller markets, such as Fatehpuri for textiles and clothing and Dariba Kalan for silver and gold jewellery.
Indira Gandhi International Airport is 25 minutes’ south-west of New Delhi, while buses and trains connect the city with destinations across India. The Delhi Metro is the most efficient and comfortable means of getting around New Delhi, and rickshaws are available on most street corners.
Welcomhotel By Itc Hotels, Dwarka, New Delhi, rated with a score of 7.3 from 2,140 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in New Delhi. Other top stays include Vivanta New Delhi, Dwarka, with an average rating of 8.3 from 2,416 reviewers, and Four Points by Sheraton New Delhi, Airport Highway, with a score of 7.9 from 384 reviewers.
Hotel York Legacy is a hotel near Sadar Bazaar that is popular with HotelsCombined users, scoring 8.8 across 1,939 reviews.
Shangri-La Eros New Delhi is the hotel close to Connaught Place that is most recommended by HotelsCombined users, with 3,225 reviews rating it at 8.5/10.
Close to New Delhi Railway Station you will find The Metropolitan Hotel and Spa New Delhi, which has a rating of 7.5 over 2,042 HotelsCombined reviews.
The average price of a hotel in New Delhi has been around €33 per night over the last 3 days. For a 5-star hotel in New Delhi, the average price is around €111/night, depending on your dates. The average price of a 4-star hotel is €38/night.
€6/night is the cheapest price found for a hotel in New Delhi by HotelsCombined users over the last 72 hours. For the coming weekend of 27 May to 29 May, prices for hotels in New Delhi start from as low as €6/night.
To get the best of New Delhi nightlife, look for New Delhi hotels near Connaught Place. This area is one of New Delhi’s liveliest districts, with plenty of bars, live music and restaurants with late-night bites. With lots of things to see in New Delhi elsewhere, such as temples and shopping centres, you should look for a stay within walking distance of nightlife, so you can be free to stroll to your hotel after your evening out. Consider hotels in New Delhi such as The Lalit New Delhi or the Shangri-La Eros New Delhi. Both hotels are centrally located on Connaught Place and have 24-hour desk reception and on-site dining facilities.
The district of South Delhi is great for a family-friendly stay in New Delhi. South Delhi has leafy-green streets and a family-friendly atmosphere. Close by are interesting sites such as the Qutub Minar, one of the largest free-standing minarets in the world. This victory tower is part of the Qutub complex and is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Around South Delhi are significant landmarks, such as the scenic park The Garden of Five Senses, which always has cultural events, and the Jamali Kamali mosque, which makes up the Mehrauli ruins. There's also the domed ruins of the Lodi-era Jahaz Mahal, the 5th-century Iron Pillar and closer to the centre of New Delhi, the Deer Park. Find a hotel with family-friendly amenities (like children’s meals, babysitting and a swimming pool) close to all of the main attractions; consider a stay at Sheraton New Delhi Hotel or Crowne Plaza New Delhi Okhla for a family-friendly stay.
New Delhi is full of significant landmarks that illustrate Indian culture and history. In New Delhi, you can see many temples, tombs and forts, all of which are of great architectural and religious importance. Other activities include day trips to nearby sites, strolling through the many gardens and shopping at the local markets. Make the best of your New Delhi holiday by staying in a central location, close to all of the action. Consider a stay at The Claridges New Delhi or The Imperial New Delhi. These hotels are centrally located and provide extra amenities to ensure a smooth stay, such as multilingual staff, 24-hour desk support and currency exchange.
New Delhi has many temples located throughout the capital city. Some of the temples in New Delhi are over 1,000 years old, and others were built in this century. All of them have some historical significance, and each provides a unique element to the New Delhi landscape. Find a hotel that’s central to access a variety of temples easily. Consider a stay at the Ambassador, New Delhi - IHCL SeleQtions, just across the water from the Akshardham Temple. This hotel is also close to Sri Kilkari Bhairav Temple, another of the most-visited temples in New Delhi. Or perhaps a stay at Hotel Bright, a short distance from the unique Hanuman Mandir temple.