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Imperial is located on the prestigious Queen's Way, now Janpath. It is a stone's
throw away from Connaught Place, world's most uniquely designed, fashionable
shopping market and premium business district of New Delhi.
The International and Domestic airports are a convenient half an hour's drive
tree-lined avenues of Lutyen's New Delhi. As you approach the hotel, you pass
by the Viceregal Lodge, now The President's Palace, The Parliament House and
the North and South Block, nerve center of the offices of the Government of
The National Museum, National Gallery of Modern Art, the Dolls Museum and many
Theatres are a 5 minute drive from the hotel. The main sight-seeing attractions
like the India Gate, Humayun's Tomb, Bahai Temple, Red Fort and the Old Delhi
city are easily accessible as the hotel is located in the heart of the capital.
The Imperial is also less than 10 minutes away from the main parks like the
Lodhi Garden and Nehru Park. The Airline and Railway reservation offices are
located nearby. In fact, the eyes of many world travellers, The Imperial is
the best located in New Delhi
Dedicated to Sir Edwin Lutyens, the suite is furnished with some of his original
furniture designs. His famous design of 'The Universe, adorns the flooring
of the living room. Original artifacts and antiques, including a 200 year old
bronze Chinese horse and an old chandelier by Osler, contribute luxurious touches
to the suite. The Four Poster bed, wing chair with a cigar table and Indo-Portugese
late 18th century chaise lounge, bring back the romance of a bygone era. The
luxurious Italian marble-fitted washrooms with glass shower closets and walk-in
dressing rooms, hint at the unmistakable attention to detail, which is the hallmark
of The Imperial.
Meeting & Benquets
The Royal Ballroom evokes the splendour of Lords and Ladies bowing and curtseying,
before they swirled across the floor to the strains of waltzes. This is where
the distinguished guests amused themselves when the hotel was opened in 1933,
by Lord Willingdon.
Probably the only authentic ballroom remaining in India.
The vast ballroom today also serves as a venue for conferences and lavish parties
for the elite, sitting up to 500 guests, auditorium style.
The Imperial also offers two mid-sized confrence rooms for upto 80 people each
and three exclusive meeting rooms which can individually accomodate upto 18
Resturant & Bars
The Daniell's Tavern
The Daniell's Tavern is the most elegant restaurant in town and
houses the famous works of Thomas & William Daniells, the uncle and nephew
duo, who travelled extensively in India during 1786-1793 and painted its unrivalled
scenery. In the process they also discovered the cuisine of India. The restaurant
offers Colonial Indian and Continental cuisine complete with a live band and
The Spice Route
The Spice Route was the grand riddle and also the golden chariot
of the medieval world. From whence came the aromatic gold of the Indies. The
restaurant offers humble homage and obeisance to the painters of Guruvayur,
to the craftsmen of Borbudur and the wats of Kurugehep, now known as Bangkok.
Within its museum quality interiors' we invite you to an armchair travelogue
to the wonders of South- East Asian cuisine from the historical 'Spice Route'.
The Garden Party
This was Pandit Nehru's favourite place to meet with his friends.
Over tea and snacks, they would discuss at length lofty ideals and more practical
Now renovated this quiet white - trellised verandah is 'The Garden Party' restaurant.
A secluded spot for quick meals and delicious snacks round the clock, it overlooks
acres of lush green garden of the hotel.
The Patiala Peg commemorates the Maharaja of Patiala's team's victory over the
Viceroy's, in a robust game of tent-pegging in the early 1900's. The Patiala
Peg with it's stock of fine wines and liquors, offers the perfect setting to
relax after a hard day's work.(click here for full story).
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