We have been fortunate to travel a lot around the world, and we've never stayed in a hotel with better service. The staff, from initial greeting to day-to-day service, to housekeeping, to restaurant staff, were all incredible. Our room was a mini-suite and was beautiful. The hotel restaurants were amazing, but perhaps a little expensive for India. However, the food was also 5-star and each decor was world class. The hotel is located in a good location--quiet and in the diplomatic area. Security was exceptional. You can't go wrong with staying here, and they have many more Leela Hotels in India, with a few more being built, so make the effort to stay at one!
Traveller from Dubai
The Leela Palace New Delhi is in the diplomatic quarter, surrounded by grand embassies and consulates, and lies just a short …More
I would highly recommend this hotel and will definitely visit again. Hotel was really excellent for its price and has a very friendly and helpful staff, immaculately clean and luxurious rooms. Convenient location for shopping and places to eat and drink. There are plenty of restaurants are within a few minutes walk.
Traveller from India
Located in Paharganj, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Ramakrishna Mission, Jama Masjid, and Jantar Mantar. Red Fort and …More
"This hotel will be the base camp of my Delhi trips"
This hotel far exceeded my expectation. Opened up in December 2016, the facility is very modern, clean and well equipped. All of the staff members at the front office, fitness center, dining room, and cleaning were considerate and caring. Nothing to complain. This hotel will be a base camp for my trips to New Delhi.
Traveller from Palo Alto, California
Situated in New Delhi, this luxury hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Worldmark and Central Mall. Fortis Hospital and Fun 'n' …More
South Delhi is the area south of Connaught Place and Rajpath. This area has great historical and cultural importance. Hauz Khas, a shopper's paradise, is also home to historical monuments such as a madarsa (college), tombs, and a mosque built by Firoz Shah Tughluq, a ruler of the Tughlaq Dynasty. Visitors find art galleries and numerous shops selling furniture, clothes, and jewellery. Dilli Haat, sited opposite INA market, is yet another fashionable shopping arcade displaying the richness of Indian culture with stalls set up by craftsmen selling a reasonably-priced range of handicrafts and fabrics. There are also great places for a quick lunch or snack, or to savor a variety of authentic cuisine in South Delhi. The Bahai Temple, shaped like a lotus; Qutab Minar; Purana Qila; and Lodi Gardens are some of the other points of interest for a vacationer. South Delhi also offers a number of leisure activities including golf, jogging, and swimming.