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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Samrat Hotel New Delhi
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... note: we got a cab at the hotel and told him what time we needed to be picked up (that's typical, at least for tourists.) Turns out that means they wait for you the entire time and take you back after. Very nice for us but seems like a waste of time for them. The next morning we woke up early, looking forward to our day-long walking tour in Old Delhi. We both agreed it would be nice to have an ambassador to the overwhelming space. We were there 20 minutes early but ...
... fairy lights everywhere it sounds like a war zone outside!! There was sooo many fireworks, and the night sky was thick with the smell of gunpowder! I do love a firework or two, but I must say I've never been quite so close, nor would I like to be again! And as for the sparklers...they were the size of a baseball bat!! It was all wonderful fun and a late night! The following day Nitz was our tour guide and we headed into Old Delhi, we ticked ...
... interest in offering me a taxi or taking me to a tourist office. Phew! So my hotel is lovely. The blokes that run it are proper friendly and are on hand with genuine help and advice and bottles of water that you can just charge to your room and pay at the end. My room has no windows and is painted a fetching shade of pink but guys, I have a double bed and my ...
Met Deepak our guide for the first 3 cities - Delhi, Jaipur & Agra.
We set off at 9am for the Jama Masjid - the largest mosque in Delhi which can accommodate up to 25000 worshipers. It is quite an impressive structure. Ladies were provided with a gown to wrap around. Those who want to take photos have to pay 300 rps. Only males allowed to worship here. ...
... warned by two locals. The second lad turned out to be a student in Australia and was very helpful. He was heading to the city centre so we ended up sharing a rickshaw which he paid for - nice guy. He told us about his girlfriend and how her family wouldn't let them marry, how he came from a poor family and now he's on a scholarship studying in Australia. He invited us to his cousin's wedding. What a nice and interesting guy. We had ...