Suncourt Hotel Yatri

Address: 8A/33, W.E.A. Channa Market, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110005, India | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 8A/33, W.E.A. Channa Market, New Delhi, is near Sultanpur National Park Bird Sanctuary.
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    Travel Blogs from New Delhi

    Time to hit the big city!

    A travel blog entry by nathan-claire on Apr 16, 2011

    66 photos

    We were both feeling uncertain about what to expect as we pulled into Old Delhi station - all those images from the tv were clear in our minds.

    As we pulled into the suburbs of Delhi the ramsshackle homes made out of everything and anything had started to appear just metres from the edge of the track. But for all their poverty we saw …

    Touring Old Delhi

    A travel blog entry by csilver on Apr 29, 2015

    9 photos

    ... before meeting our driver, Arun, for the rest of the trip and heading to Agra. It was a 3.5-hour trip, mostly along. The last half hour there was terrible traffic to get into the city. A man from the tour company hopped in toward the end and helped us check into our hotel and set us up for the next day, which was a nice touch. It was almost 9pm and we were exhausted. I would also be sick for the next 24 hours or so, so we washed a day's worth of sweat and dirt away and went to ...

    Life of luxury

    A travel blog entry by caraemma on Oct 06, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... extra money would be worth it to avoid the hassle of finding the right train/bus and haggling with taxis. And let me tell you, it was worth every rupee!

    The driver who would have the honor of chauffeuring us around the place was called Villa, an older Indian gentleman, with startling bright blue eyes and a softly spoken voice. He drove us around Delhi showing us a selection of sights. One of these was Humayuns Tomb, a mausoleum that influenced the Taj Mahal, built in ...

    FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1948, 5:17 PM

    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Oct 05, 2014

    4 photos

    ... store, probably looking for his cut per the cynical Englishman Richard.

    Back in the tuktuk, the son wanted to take us to a jewelry store. We held firm we wanted to return to the hotel and did so. Traffic had picked up since the early morning. Our driver commented there are no driving rules in India. I had mentioned to Pam how few motor vehicles had property damage. Merging is a fine art form here.

    Getting back to the hotel, Anuj, our guide, ...

    A Quick Stop Over In Delhi.

    A travel blog entry by stuartpaine on Mar 08, 2014

    2 photos

    ... follow behind as best as we could, watching Gems bag sail above the sea of heads. Once past the bottleneck of the stairs we caught up with the porter who was now carrying a Gems bag onto our carriage, this time we had a posh version of the chair class, with leather reclining seats and two seats per aisle either side of the walkway through the middle. Before the train pulled away I had time to jump back on the platform and grab some chai and water - I thought about getting some 8 rupee ...