Hotel The Royal Plaza
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We woke up to the news that our acclimatisation practice session was cancelled due to a wet wicket. A little disappointing but meant we can sightsee instead.
We all gathered in the lobby and headed off towards Connaught Place. Along the way we lost players as they headed off on their. It looks like we are going to be a close nit bunch. A …
The last day and the last game of the tour. Today we are playing in Delhi itself at the St Stephen's College playing fields at Mori Gate. St Stephen’s College is a part of Delhi University and the grounds are where the College used to be.
The Delhi Train station is nearby and a bus station (of sorts) is next door. The ground in …
The second last day on tour and a low activity day is scheduled, as we transfer from a very nice hotel in a forgettable place (Noida) back to central New Delhi and the Royal Plaza Hotel. The rooms at the Royal Plaza have shrunk while we were away. They are tiny and lack any of the comforts we enjoyed at the Doubletree. The grand neo classical lobby …
Today was the day the team had been waiting for. The first game of the tour; and a day night game at that.
It took nearly an hour driving through the streets of Delhi to reach the Jamia Hamdard University Cricket Ground. On arrival the ground looked exactly like how an Indian cricket ground should look. There were four men operating the …
After an overnight uneventful flight, Tina and I arrived in Delhi along with 4 other members of the WA Masters cricket team. Having landed in Delhi we sat in the airplane for another 30 unplanned minutes as we waited for a disabled plane to be moved from our taxi path to the terminal. Welcome to India!
First impressions were good, a large …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel The Royal Plaza New Delhi
Although one must be sensitive to cultural differences and minor inconveniences while traveling to foreign lands, The Royal Plaza in Delhi is substandard for its category both in terms of product and service. This is a three-star hotel with marble in the lobby. There is mold in the bathroom, an odor that our Lysol cannot mask, and a hair dryer that does not work. The staff is disinterested. This is our second stay...it will be our last.
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