Justa Greater Kailash

R-53, Greater Kailash 1, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110048, India | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $65.00
 

Travel Blogs from New Delhi

Summery of India

A travel blog entry by porkchopjim

2

... babies in their arms. Helmets are not required on a motorbike unless your on the highway (and even then you'd be surprised to think there was a law on it) Driving on the right side of the road isn't really required, especially in Calcutta. Whether your are a tuc tuc a motorbike or in extreme cases cars and vans, being on completely the wrong side of the road driving head on into traffic is basically fine- as long as you keep vaguely to the far side. Cows and dogs ...

Sandstone sunset.

A travel blog entry by thorben79

2
17

... time round. In fact, it seemed much like all the many other Indian rail stations I had experienced over the last two weeks, but on a grander scale. It's amazing how fast we adapt sometimes... After a quick shower in my hotel and another delicious lunch (a scrumptious baby aubergine curry - I really was too harsh in my food comments in the last post...), I headed out to explore the city. I thought it would be nice to start at the famous India Gate, built by Lutyens as a ...

New Delhi

A travel blog entry by dianap

6
1

... tuks weaving in and out is scary, top of the skill set were the scooters with women clad in beautiful saris riding side saddle behind their man no helmet in sight, dodging buses, cars, taxis and somehow staying on. The hotel was lovely, old colonial style, air conditioned and we started to settle in. Feeling hungry we drove down narrow roads and found a great Cafe full of locals, stairs wouldn't have passed any safety rules In the UK and the ...

Hotel Sweet Home

A travel blog entry by jsquaredink

2

... street vendors cooking, tons of rickshaws (bicycle power) and the sounds of horns. My hotel is called HOTEL SWEET HOTEL, funny eh, and feels like it could be in New York as you enter the lobby. The room is spacious with marble floors. The staff is more than helpful returning with towels, toilet paper and flowers ... " are you very happy now." I have reliable WIFI here as the last two weeks ...

Farewell India

A travel blog entry by ashleighb

5

... forward and are not afraid to grab their camera phone and take your photo as they walk towards you on the street or approach you and start asking personal questions (although this is usually just innocuous probing, not meant to offend). Overall, a real eye opener into the poverty and challenges of the people of India. The population is 1.2 billion with an unemployment rate of 10%. Plus, according to the UN, anyone earning less than USD$1 per day is below the poverty ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Greater Kailash I area of New Delhi, is near Swaminarayan Akshardham, India Gate, Red Fort (Lal Quila), and Dilli Haat.
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