Treebo Amber

Address: 198 Sukhdev Vihar Road, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110024, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Central Delhi area of New Delhi, is near Swaminarayan Akshardham, Red Fort (Lal Quila), ISKCON Temple, and National Zoological Park of Delhi.
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          • Restaurant
          • Fitness/Health center


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service

          TripAdvisor Reviews Treebo Amber New Delhi

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from New Delhi

          Delhi in a Day - Well not entirely

          A travel blog entry by evamaria85 on Sep 10, 2015

          15 photos

          ... Temple is just plain white marble floors, lots of benches for worshippers and a few sayings written on boards around the perimenter. It has high vaulted ceilings like a mosque or cathedral, but they are not decorated.
          Getting to the temple was a test for my feet: about 3/4 of the way you walk on what looked like paving slabs made from red clay or such, one was allowed to wear shoes, so no problems there. But the last 1/4 of the way was on your bare feet, you had to hand ...

          The Lotus temple

          A travel blog entry by ayushiyer on Dec 25, 2014

          1 photo


          Merry Christmas! Today we are in New Delhi which is the capital of India. Fun Fact: New Delhi isn't in any state–it is in the middle of 2 states, just like Washington D.C. We are touring Delhi with 3 of my cousins. So, ...

          By tuk-tuk and rickshaw - Delhi in the dark

          A travel blog entry by davebythesea on Nov 07, 2014

          2 comments, 4 photos

          ... the road, inching up to within a centimetre of the vehicle in front as well as squeezing into amazingly narrow gaps, thereby allowing at least five vehicles abreast to utilise a three-lane highway simultaneously. The problem comes when other vehicles, rickshaws or cattle choose to adopt a tactic of contraflow. Even then, the Indian driver obligingly slows to allow oncoming vehicles to weave their way through the main stream of traffic. This allows groups of pedestrians also to make use of ...

          Delhi to Agra

          A travel blog entry by sammy_moore on Mar 29, 2014

          3 comments, 18 photos

          ... and our rupees would only stretch to one alcoholic drink to accompany dinner. My meal cost more than what I have paid to stay for three nights in other parts of India. Bartering shoes on, I reasoned with a rickshaw driver to take five of us together. He was a bit reluctant but I explained to him that he would get more money for himself and he soon caved in. I've seen twelve adults and a baby in one before so I wasn't being fooled. For some reason that ...

          We arrive in India

          A travel blog entry by sw19mike on Mar 06, 2014

          ... Fortunately we land in the REAL KL airport, not the ghastly Low Cost Carrier Terminal. It's three hours between flights, but this again passes quickly, and we're sitting in our luxurious seats.
          It's a shame the flight is five and a half hours. If only it was six, we would have a much better selection of films, thanks to the way Malaysia work it. Still, there's some which seem worth watching.
          Reasonable food, not much to drink, which ...