Hotel Swati Deluxe
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Swati Deluxe New Delhi
Travel Blogs from New Delhi
... tiny local spots that I would have never found on my own or dared to try on my own. But as you can tell from the pictures, I had no problem stuffing my face at every stop! We got to see everyday life in the markets and in small residential areas. We saw: monkeys roaming building tops; electrical wiring on the street that would be highly illegal at home; cows wandering through traffic on every corner; children wearing black eyeliner peeking out from their ...
... don't seem to matter much with the trucks. Military has a large presence throughout the area. Our hotel is very nice, typical of a Sheraton back home except heavily guarded at front entrance by police and security fence all around. Hard to stay in a plush hotel where people are living in poverty several hundred feet away. 5:30am India time...Good night. ...
... the manager of the hostel took a liking to us and thus offered us a managers position. The hostel was located on the very shores of the beach and thus began six months living in paradise.
This first year in Australia was the catalyst for numerous ambitious journeys. After our visa expired we once again made for South East Asia before flying to India. Two months were spent in this madness before I was forced once again to return to Sunderland after receiving some awful ...
... and respectable
(cover up) and you'll be fine. Firmly ignore all touts at railway
stations, mainly Delhi. There are two train numbers on the side of
the train, beside half and arrow, showing it depends on the direction
of the train as to which train number it is.
Yes, so far. India is, well Delhi at
least, so intense and culturally very different. It is hard to not
get ripped off as a tourist, but we are not talking about ...
... then took Tut Tut, so much more fun and seriously mad traffic, the road rules are you generally drive on the left unless you can't get through then you drive anywhere you want as long as you keep going. It's like dodgem cars but with cows, carts, bikes, cars and Tut Tuts. Hotel Pearl is based in the building supplies/timber market area so bikes and carts carry unbelievable loads. Health and Safety would have a heart attack! The roof terrace makes a great view of it ...