Hotel Pearl Plaza

Address: 2348 / 2350, Raj Guru Road, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110055, India | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Central Delhi area of New Delhi, is near Adventure Island, Delhi Golf Club (DGC), DLF Golf & Country Club, and Western Court Building.
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    Life of luxury

    A travel blog entry by caraemma on Oct 06, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... from tourists, to beggars to people trying to sell their wares. Their sales tactics were aggressive- Seller: "ma'am buy this pack of ten pens, only Rs100" Us: "No Thanks" Seller: "Only Rs100" Us: "No thanks" Seller: "but it's TEN pens for Rs100!!" Etc etc and so it continued. Although the mosque was beautiful, it was hard to focus on the delicate way in which all three of ... Wives (a Muslim, a Hindu and a Christian) influences had been incorporated into the design itself, when ...

    1st full day in Delhi

    A travel blog entry by pwhy on Sep 12, 2014

    1 photo

    Quiet day in perspective to rest from my little adventures... I moved to Ajay's Hotel, my bud Robert's recommendation, from Hare Khrisna's, as I like the surrounding better. They have a nice bakery, sell organic foods and cheeses (from Auroville and elsewhere in India) and dining room (although called rooftop, it is at the reception/street level) they are affordable at (800 INR/day - ~$15/day). Ok! You got me. I stay here for the diversity of cheeses they have. Let's ...

    First Day in India

    A travel blog entry by mhlongacre on Jan 21, 2014

    9 photos

    ... husband and temporary librarian), Arjun-ji, and Sachin-ji (general implementation of all stuff). And of course Beans, the program cat.

    ---> Note: "ji" is a polite honorific term of endearment added on to the end of people's names. It's an expected social norm in India, especially if addressing older people or people in positions of authority.

    Later we returned to the Ashram and unpacked and explored and chilled and such.

    The day that never comes

    A travel blog entry by brettandemma on Jan 01, 2014

    ... out to the ticket booth we was harassed like mad by aggressive touts shouting at us to buy tickets, fill out forms and they would help us. We ignored them and queued with the Indians instead only to be told by the ticket agent that it was for Indians only and we had to go to the tourist booth. He wasn't going to tell us much else tho just go to booth 68. At booth 68 one of the touts was there so we assumed he was legit he told us the ticket booth was a short drive couple ...

    Money and Misunderstandings

    A travel blog entry by lucybloxham on Jun 14, 2013

    ... children" and pointing herself. The man took one look at her boobs and shook his head. Still, it was worth a shot. The next money misunderstanding of the day was with a nice tuctuc driver. It was dark when we finished dinner and didn't really want to walk back to the hotel (we had made that mistake the night before and it was the scariest 10 minutes of our lives- think rabies dogs everywhere and hundreds of men hassling you). With it being only a ...