Samrat Hotel

Kautilya Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110021, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the New Delhi area of New Delhi, is near Gandhi Smriti, ISKCON Temple, Rajpath, and Jantar Mantar - Delhi.
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    Travel Blogs from New Delhi

    Hello from Delhi (or nameste as we like to say)

    A travel blog entry by jaseross on Sep 18, 2014

    5 comments, 16 photos

    ... your feet. It’s times like these that Zoe reaches for the spritzer.

    The most nuts thing today was that we found ourselves in the Rodeo Bar in central Delhi where all the staff were dressed as cowboys which is pretty much on a par with meeting an Indian with a Scottish accent. It’s a bit nuts to start with but you soon get used to it.

    Zoe was driving a Tuk Tuk today. Ricki, the driver, was funny, and just a little bit cheeky. "Next time I’ll show ...

    First full day. Deli

    A travel blog entry by tbs1298 on Dec 28, 2013

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... you could smell it! It was a beautiful smell. Something I wasn't expecting but a nice and welcomed surprise. Baby taj. Oh baby taj. That's the nickname. If this was a mini taj I can't even imagine how beautiful the actual Taj Mahal will be!! It was breathtaking. While there we experienced for the first time people asking to take pictures with us. There were two women from Ethiopia and some people from India along with others. Ill figure out the real name later btw. When ...

    The condemned man ate a hearty breakfast

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Oct 23, 2013

    9 photos

    ... out the system. First we purchase tickets at a self service machine. A very helpful gentleman asks us where we want to go and operates the machine. He asks us for 20 rupees. We have no change. No worries he has a great big bundle. We hand over a 100 rupee note, our smallest denomination (roughly £1) and he hands us 80 rupees in change and sticks 20 rupees in the machine. The machine does its stuff and he scoops out two plastic disks which are our metro tokens. Next we ...

    "A whole OLD world"

    A travel blog entry by kodatravels on May 20, 2013

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... brush my teeth, I was shirtless and covered in a woolen sheet that had probably lacked a good wash in months. Our plan was to see how the day goes knowing that we would make our way to Agra at some stage probably in the afternoon seeing Hasid had some stuff to do and I wanted to make the most of my stay in the Capitol. So we split. Hasid stayed in Dumpville whilst Tom and I took off towards the metro which meant we would need to pass through the bombarded (not ...

    Hello Culture Shock

    A travel blog entry by sam.eric_global on Mar 03, 2013

    1 comment, 47 photos

    ... many tourists to show proof of their ticket out of the country. We had not booked one at the time, but this ended up not being an issue. We got a little nervous when the foreigners next to us got asked, but we made it through without an issue. I believe it’s just another example of the power of the American passport. Some people view it as kind of a get out of jail free card, while at other ...