Suncourt Hotel Yatri
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSuncourt Hotel Yatri New Delhi
First stay was in a very small room with no windows so didn't like it too much but no return we got a large room and it was a lot better, so make sure you see the room first. The air conditioning is so loud and you have to have it on as the rooms get really warm, The staff are friendly and helpful and the food is ok. It has a great patio deck. The metro is in walking distance.
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We slept in today and didn't have much inclination to go out into the heat and multitudes of people but we had to have lunch. No sooner were we out the door and a tuk tuk driver drove along side us asking if we wanted a ride... NO and NO was our answer but he didn't give up.... so a pleasant walk turned into a 'stress out' as we had this tuk tuk …
Today was the start of our tour with our group that we met last night. They are lookingl Iike a great group, there are 12 of us. Our guide is lovely we call him Yahoo . We set out on foot for a walking tour of old Delhi. We travelled by metro to get there, very interesting, queues to get in and security checks, separate men and women which I …
We landed in Dehli, at 1 o'clock in the middle of the night.
We had enough energy though, since we slept though the entire flight. That is always great, since it means that you feel like you arrived almost in an instant. But even in this night, nothing had prepared us for the heat wave that we felt outside. it was 3 AM by that point, and …
... with the clothe around my waist, we walked around for quite some time but we didn't pay the camera fee which was 300 rupees which our guide thought was rather hefty for what you get, I chose not to pay the fee as I thought it wasn't really worth paying especially when Humayun's Tomb was much larger and the entry was 250 Rupees. Heading into Old Delhi to the Sikh temple was amazing! The ritual of washing your feet ...
... I couldn't look! Time was getting on fast so we hopped back into the cool car to finally make our way into old Delhi. This is what Rajesh calls 'real India' and I get the feeling he is right. There were pretty much no other tourists just absolute mad indian style bedlam. I took a video to try and capture the atmosphere as it's so hard to explain through words alone, even if I were a professional writer and i am definitely not. We took turnings through narrow alleyways ...