Hotel City Park

Address: K P Block, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110088, India | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Pitam Pura area of New Delhi, is near Qutab Minar, Humayun's Tomb, and Gurudongmar Lake.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from New Delhi

    Delhi

    A travel blog entry by misocutlet on Jun 21, 2009

    23 photos

    This time, I had two choices of airlines: Air India and China Southern. I took China Southern, because I had a chance to visit Guangzhou of China, but it turned out to be a wrong choice. We were involved in a trouble due to the lack of information of my travel agency. Fist of all, the airplane from Nagoya was supposed to arrive at Guangzhou, but it …

    The little shop we stopped on the way home

    A travel blog entry by alex.mitrovic on Nov 17, 2014

    What I had thought was going to be a small shopping trip ends up being a spending fest, I only wanted to see a couple of things but I get taken from one section of the shop to another and even when I thought I was done I get dragged to look at more stuff, at first it seemed to be okay pricing but after working out the exchange rate the prices were way too high and when I decided to remove some of the items I was going to get he wasn't too happy although he was saying that he wanted ...

    New Delhi, The last Time!

    A travel blog entry by fernbob on Apr 02, 2014

    24 photos

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    This fort was huge, the walls encompassing the interior rise, in some areas over 35 meters. The interior is made up of numerous buildings, each with their own history, some interesting, some not so interesting. The British tore down a lot of the buildings to erect barracks for their occupying army, so what was left was a decent representative of what once existed. We toured the museum, however, we ...

    Goodbye Groovey Ganges and goodbye India

    A travel blog entry by the-wanderer on Mar 27, 2014

    14 comments, 6 photos

    ... taps and bubble bath were a compete novelty for me. All of the bathrooms are marble in India so to see my feet against white enamel highlighted just how minging they were. I have worn only one pair of sandals all the way from Bridgend so have been open toed the whole time. I had a tide mark where my newly acquired ankle chain had been since day 1 and the mozzie bites made me look so scabby. I bet the posh guests had something to say about that when they clocked me.

    The ...

    It's Christmas Time in India!

    A travel blog entry by mark.wilson on Dec 21, 2013

    352 photos

    ... of Quwwat-ul-Islam Masjid (the Might of Islam mosque), the Alai Minar (similar to the Qutb Minar but never finished, would have been twice as high!) and several other tombs and gateways (Tomb of Altamish, Alai Darwaza gateway and the Tomb of Imam Zamin).

  • From here, we caught another metro northwards to the old racecourse then trekked some 3km through the Diplomatic Enclave (saw the Hungarian Embassy) to the National Railway Museum. The museum had a ...