DELHI Code No- AT-ND015
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.
International and Domestic airports
are a convenient half an hour's drive through wide
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 India.
|Living Quters for king and his officers
hundred and sixty three spacious singles, doubles and
suites, the rooms at The Imperial retain the regal
flourishes of a wondrous past. With it’s high ceilings,
impeccable décor, combined with modern comforts, The
Imperial is a delight of the fastidious connoisseur.
tranquility and unwritten personal attention bring it’s
patrons back to the hotel year after year. 'The First
Maiden of the East' is seldom, if ever deserted by her
guests, who adore her with persevering loyalty.
Imperial and Heritage Rooms
high ceilings with colonial- style interiors and are
located in the outer wing, overlooking the gardens.
These rooms have dual data ports for Internet and facsimile
connectivity and have uninterrupted power supply plug
points. The rooms, have very low sound levels and are
constantly supplied with filtered fresh air, which is
replenished every hour. The rooms offer a choice of
marble or parquet flooring with artistic borders and
exquisite Persian hand-knotted carpets. Each room also
has unique antique pieces of furniture and paintings
from the art collection of the hotel.
|The Royal Imperial suite
Royal Imperial Suite bears an unmistakable signature of
luxury, spaciousness and `feel of the Orient'. Treasures
collected from the four directions adorn it's quarters.
The Living Room fitted with antique furniture like the
Lutyens Drop Leaf side table, Lutyens Spiral Back desk
chair with a solid teak writing desk, once used by Sir
Walter Lutyens to write Hukumnamas or orders are yours to
original work of Prince Soltikosf adorns the walls, with
the floor embellished with an antique early 18th century
Persian carpet, with a hue of vibrant colours drawn from
nature. The early 17th century candle-posts sit on the
side tables to re-create an era of unhurried attention to
detail. The bedroom is furnished with a four poster
king-size bed with a canopy of that finest cotton fabric
dyed in colours of that period. The bed- sides are
furnished with an 18th century Indo-Portugese bureau and
the luxury of a Private Verandah, guests may treat
themselves to the finest of Darjeeling teas and feel the
first rays of the morning sun herald a new day in the
heart of New Delhi.
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
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
the rest of New Delhi has thrust itself skyward around the
hotel, The Imperial lies like a green palm-fringed oasis.
Nothing typifies this more than the private swimming pool
deep in the shaded grounds of the hotel. Service at the
poolside is from The Imperial Snack Bar. A true respite
from vigours of modern day life!
The imperial houses some of the finest restaurants in New Delhi, which offer a
fie dining experience to suit any occasion
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'.
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 a Bar.
Peg - 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
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 matters. 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.
Royal Ball Room -The room where they gave the first grand
Ballroom evokes the splendor 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
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
conference rooms for upto 80 people each and three exclusive
meeting rooms which can individually accommodate upto
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