Hotel Imperial ,New Delhi
Reckoned amongst Asia’s finest hotels, The Imperial is a legend that offers a unique experience embracing facets of India’s history.
The 24 king palms, that lead up to the porch, stand a witness to the creation of New Delhi. Built in 1931 by Bromfield, a Lutyens’ associate, the Hotel is known for its
contemporary colonial style.
As New Delhi’s landmark Hotel, it is located on
Janpath, the erstwhile Queensway. It is steps away from the renowned shopping district and major city attractions and a half-hour drive from the international airport.
The Imperial is an ode to India’s independence from
the British Raj and was built
as a jewel in the crown of the outgoing rulers. The Imperial boasts a rich historical past with an awe-inspiring heritage and a truly international appeal.
The Imperial was built and
run by S.B.S. Ranjit Singh,
son of R.B.S. Narain Singh
who was honoured by the British Government for his commendable work on 1911’s Coronation Durbar where New Delhi was declared the new Capital of India.
It was Lady Willingdon who gave the name ‘The Imperial’ to the Hotel and conferred the lion insignia upon the Hotel.
233 rooms – 190 rooms and 43 suites
Food & Beverage
Restaurants – 1911, San Gimignano, The Spice Route, Daniell’s Tavern, The Atrium Patisserie – La Baguette
Patiala Peg, 1911 Bar
Leisure & Entertainment
Shopping precinct including India’s first and only Chanel store.
Fitness Centre, Swimming Pool, Beauty Salon and Barber Shop, Live entertainment at Daniell’s Tavern, Art Galleries.
Location : 17 kms. from IGI Airport, 3 kms. from New Delhi Railway Station.
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