Maurya Heritage Hotel

Address: 7A/58 W.E.A Channa Market,Karol Bagh,New Delhi, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110005, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Central Delhi area of New Delhi, is near Chandni Chowk, Friday Mosque (Jama Masjid), Presidential Palace (Rashtrapati Bhavan), and Connaught Place.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from New Delhi

    One off the bucket list

    A travel blog entry by avoncarole on May 22, 2015

    5 photos

    Friday 3rd October. 2014 Day one
    our pick up for airport was 20 minutes late, did not worry us we had time to spare but he went like a bat out of hell out to the meeting point,Had checked in on line do that was speedy and now we have 2 or more hours to people watch at the airport.As is usual with SA the service was wonderful and 2 meals 3 singapore slings 3 ...

    The Path To Enlightenment

    A travel blog entry by michael.bell on Nov 06, 2014

    10 photos

    ... we decided to look for work closer to home and were amazed to find that a place in Northumberland would not only offer us the job but would also accommodate our trip in order to have us back for the new season. This sounded Ideal but given our recent experience the only thing I heard was alarm bells. Like a hunter of demons, my skills have been refined and I am like the blade of the hospitality world. I knew it wasn't right for me but Anna seemed desperate to live ...

    Old Delhi

    A travel blog entry by paremj on Oct 29, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... There is a network of six lines covering all areas of the city and three more are currently under construction. The cars are sleek and functional, built by Bombardier. The ticketing system is all electronic--if one doesn't have a smart card, the tokens are imbedded with the fare to one's particular destination and are read on entering and leaving and the most expensive fare (to the airport) is 50 rupees, or about $1.00. It has 140 stations and covers about 200km. ...

    Chaotic but soothingly symmetrical Delhi...

    A travel blog entry by mattgottwald on Mar 17, 2014

    5 comments, 8 photos

    ... meal with bread, rice and two types of curry for 70p...

    The next morning, which should have been a simple case of meeting Mum at the airport , continued my frustrations. An armed guard told me I wasn't allowed into the airport, even the 'arrivals' section. Now, normally I'm a huge rebel when it comes to authority but something about the huge gun he was holding told me I wasn't going to win this one... There wasn't really anywhere obvious to meet Mum ...

    Your hotel lost your reservation, brilliant

    A travel blog entry by hasemeyer on Feb 17, 2014

    3 photos

    ... our losses, stem our frustration, and decide to walk the rest of the way. Once safely out of the taxi, Mark explains what happened in between dodging cars, tuk-tuks, scooters, pot holes and people: As soon as they entered the office, the driver suddenly could not speak English. The tourist counter explained this to him and asked what his hotel was. Mark showed them the reservation. The man said that the area was very bad and women get raped all the time. Mark, knowing it's the ...