Raunak Plaza

12 A/29 W.E.A, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110005, India | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $33.00

Travel Blogs from New Delhi

Culture shock

A travel blog entry by annavan


... Apparently though, this is the only area where the supermarket sells normal bread and milk and I guess if you live here things like that would be harder to live without. The few hours past fast browsing the wonderful clothes shops full of intricately detailed fabrics and gorgeous home furnishings. Rakesh is waiting outside to take us to the business district to meet Alex's partner David for a drink before we go for dinner. This again is another wealthy ...

Organised Chaos of India

A travel blog entry by lostboysandgirl


... Elliott eating dodgy street food, and watching a puppet show performed by two Indian men. Our hotel was lovely and we used our balconies to drink rum and play games with our new friends. The next morning we saw Amber fort, which had amazing views and a maze of rooms and stairwells to explore. It also gave us our first glimpse of snake charming but shortly after seeing the cobra coming out of the basket, we were off! Having been in India for nearly a week, were now use to seeing ...


A travel blog entry by p45


... as cars
and motorcycles speed past. We finally arrived at the hotel we had
booked. It was in the Bazaar area of the city so a pretty **** area but
cheap and cheerful and where all the backpackers head to. The guy opened
the door and then left us to it since we couldn't check
in yet. We walked around trying to find a place to sit. On all 4 floors
there was not a single chair or couch. We went to the roof but all the
floor was covered ...

Delhi - First impressions

A travel blog entry by tdfitz


... unhygienic methods and deadly water, all were out of reach. I hopped a bicycle rikshaw and headed down to Jama Masjid, India's largest Muslim mosque. The ride was a thrill ride... if you had a death wish. There are no lanes and it's a constant battle between cars, mopeds, gas tuk tuks, huge trucks, rikshaws and the odd water buffalo pulling a cart. Oh and a kid about 7-8, pulling his own cart. Each wander in a squiggly, maze like pattern never contacting the other, all within an inch ...

People people and more people

A travel blog entry by alisonoudman


... get out of the doors you are bombarded by people wanting to take you somewhere. The drive to be hotel was really inetesting. You pass through parks and government offices, then through tiny streets and slums. It was a huge mixture of people. There are about 30 million people in Delhi but no one knows exactly how many because the slums are so big. The traffic was crazy and we were often a tuktuk, car and cow wide! Some of the parks has cows, others had camels, and ...

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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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