How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Sunrise New Delhi
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... to me what was going on during the ceremony. Few paid much attention to me, until one of the elders passed the holy water and oil mixture my way to bless myself. I was part of the gang! Lol Honestly, it was a pretty cool experience all in all. There was a Sikh temple, a local market, some good food, a bunch of time spent planned the next legs of my trip and oh! A good times local nightclub. Which closes at midnight by the way! If I told you all the rest, we'd ...
... stair to the restaurant, huge glass windows framed the image of the taj on the horizon which could be seen beyond the hotel gardens. A feast awaited us. We began with a small sampling of the buffet. Not wanting to spoil our appetite we avoided the pastry counter and stuck to fresh and dried exotic fruits and toasted nuts. Just a little starter before the main course, fresh eggs Benedict and eggs royale, accompanied by our usual mango lassi or pineapple juice and ...
... since I was a bout Jessi's age so was a little reluctant to send an e.mail asking her advice on travelling with family in India, as had heard so many mixed stories and not that many good ones! We have learnt however, contact the contacts wherever in the world you are as you never know when you may need them. I especially think that as kiwis, we kinda have this un-written open door policy as travellers. So, anyway, contacting Michelle was the best thing ever. ...
... but rather dusty moats about 5 feet deep scattered with trash inside, with planks and concrete pavers that serve as bridges leading over them. Sand is everywhere on the road, layered 2-3 cm thick, there are rickshaws, auto-rickshaws, buses and cars honking horns twice every second. The air around you is a thick cloud of dust and sand, cars do not follow any rules of the road, going both ways in each lane, swerving around people and rickshaws. There is never a ...
... saying that it is the 'ideal' Deaf education but it is AN education unlike many (even non Deaf) in India achieve. RP Singh (Amritsar School's Leader) once told me that only 10% of Indian Deaf are educated ... Makes my complaints about Deaf schools in the UK feel vaguely ridiculous ... There is apparently also a lack of a standardised, documented sign language. In the South and Amritsar school a more ASL influenced form is used (due to missionaries one would ...