Hotel Paul's Court

5/62, Ajmal Khan Road, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110005, India | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from New Delhi

India Dehli

A travel blog entry by poeticdrifter

... station tourist office. I booked a train to jaisalmer that left in the evening. I was pretty excited, this would be my first Indian train experience. Now I had some time to kill and you are probably going to laugh at this but I was craving some macdonalds. A good American cheese burger. I bought a metro pass and started cruising the city. I got off at one stop and a Rickshaw driver approached me. He said he'd take me to macdonalds and some sights for 200 ...

Delhi again

A travel blog entry by steve42


... India is more heroically and probably more accurately as the 1857 Independence War. I only had time for a brief glance and resolved to return for a closer look. Back to the tourism Coffee House for lunch - good value - vegetable biriyani a snip at Rs60/-. In the afternoon, besides the Fort, there were stops at the iconic Lotus Temple which is really a multi faith place for contemplation and meditation, although it's still a shoes off place. If I set up a ...

We're not in Kansas anymore!

A travel blog entry by swaynesworld


Wow....where to begin. We took a 16 hour trip from Cape Town, South Africa to Delhi, India. We flew Emirates Airline and the flights were excellent including the food, however, we had the hardest landing ever in Delhi. Many of the overhead bins opened and spilled out.

Delhi is a dichotemy on so many levels so I'm going to discuss the good and the challenging.

The good:

We rented a room at a small bed and ...

Start of our tour

A travel blog entry by kirsty_joe


That night we had a briefing on the tour and got to know the people in our group over dinner.

The following day of our tour we boarded the Delhi metro, squeezed into a carriage where people were physically pushed onto the train to fit them in. Kirsty boarded the girls carriage which had only slightly more room. We then walked through the streets of old Delhi to Jama Masjid, ...

A Taste of India...

A travel blog entry by laurenbrooks


... that they had very cheap hotels, he started to get a bit irritated saying that we would spend a fortune at Radisson, we told him it didn't matter and to take us there, he suggested 4/5 times to go to his friends office but eventually dropped us off... We got to Radisson, they only had a luxury suite left, so we asked them if it was festival and they looked bewildered, "No Madame", we explained the situation and they helpfully offered to call our hotel ...


This 2 star hotel, located in the Biden Pura area of New Delhi, is near Chandni Chowk, Friday Mosque (Jama Masjid), Presidential Palace (Rashtrapati Bhavan), and Connaught Place.
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