Hotel Royal Castle Grand
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Hot tub
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Royal Castle Grand New Delhi
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... so much going on around me and in my head I thought it would be best to write 2, maybe even 3, entries for this leg of the journey. I have had some incredible experiences here and some “get me out of here!” moments as well. The worst part for me was the pollution. There is a horrible problem with garbage removal…it doesn't exist. Garbage is dumped on the roadside and left. I’m not talking about litter, I’m talking about ...
... a keyboardist. He’s so brilliant and humble. I was so beat afterwards. The next day was more rest, practice and ended with a jam as we both prepared for the next legs of our journey. Rishabh was going to Mumbai for a big gig and I to Haridwar to pick up some things that I left there back in June and to say goodbye. The jam was truly surprising and inspiring knowing that we have such a powerful creative connection through his music and my song and dance. I ...
... the real backpack is in a United Airlines graveyard, and that this started out as an empty pack, being filled with items as they are needed! He showed us their packs and they were very large and very plump! They said that they were only going to be in India for three weeks. When we told them we had been travelling for two months, they couldn't believe it! They were only going a short distance down the line, and were ...
... to not be too spicy on day one we failed the cottage cheese and pea croquettes had a bite! For main a jumbo prawn curry it didn't lie it was huge! And a banghlideshi chicken dish with lovely garlic naan and enough rice for four! Nice cold kingfishers were also the order of the day. Our lovely driver than said he would find the Hard Rock Cafe for us so I could buy my magnet. An hour later we found it! Then home to bed as we needed to leave by ...
... weird nooks and crannys, a not completely shutting door
and electricity cut outs (though this was not their fault, a normal
thing apparently, and they did provide candles) and the guy in charge
(maybe?) was friendly but a little creepy. The only positive we had
was a very cute pug dog in reception that liked a good stroke. The
hostel guy kindly offered his driver to take us to the government
tourist office so we could get a map and plan our two days in ...