Maidens Hotels, Delhi, has an authentic old-world charm to it. While its location allows its guests to escape the noise of the main city, it’s still within easy access of Delhi’s historic monuments and shopping areas. One of Delhi's oldest hotels, built in the early 1900s, it has retained its colonial charm and architecture. Its spacious rooms with high ceilings are unique when compared to the box-sized rooms of modern hotels. With its large gardens, shady trees and tennis courts, it escapes the noise of the main city, but remains within easy access to some of the most magnificent Mughal monuments, and famous shopping center Chandini Chowk with its quaint bazaars and meandering lanes.
Location: Situated in the North Delhi residential area with big turn-of-the-century bungalows and the bank of the river Yamuna on the east, close to the university of Delhi campus, the hotel lies within walking distance of the main Inter-state bus terminal. Magnificent Mughal monuments, and the famous shopping center Chandini Chowk are also within easy access.
Facilities: Rooms 54, Handicapped Rooms 6, No Smoking Rooms 8, Floors 4, Beds 104, Guest elevators 1, Rooms with connecting doors 6, Twins 22, Singles, 4, Doubles 24, Suites 4. Outdoor swimming pool, 2 outdoor tennis courts with floodlights. Whirlpool 2.5 km, Jacuzzi 2.5 km, Sauna 100 mtr, Steambath 2.5 km, Massage 100 mtr, Fitness Center 100 mtr, Horseback riding. Babysitter, Wheelchair, Doctor/Medical Facilities, Iron service/ 24 hours same day / on weekends, Safe deposit box. Self dial telephone, TV remote control, Colour satellite TV, Air-conditioning. Check-in/out: 12:00 Hours (12:00 Noon).
Room Categories: Standard Room: Twin beds. Late 19th century architectural elegance is reflected in these large spacious rooms with ceilings; most have separate sitting rooms and bedrooms with spacious attached bathrooms. All rooms are air-conditioned and open into verandas, which overlook the gardens. Tastefully furnished with modern furniture.
Restaurants / Bars: The Curzon Room: Named after the British Lord Curzon. Over 100 photographs from the archives adorn the walls and take you on a nostalgic trip of the Raj in India, in the early 1900s. Serves multi-cuisine fare and a sumptuous buffet at lunch every day. Opening hours: 1:00pm - 3:00pm and 7:30pm - 11:00pm; Seats: 50. THE GARDEN TERRACE An informal coffee shop which extends into a charming open courtyard. Relaxed atmosphere, ideal for browsing through books and lazy chats, serves Indian and Continental fare. Opening hours: 7:00am - 11:00pm; Seats: 32. THE CAVALRY BAR Early 19th century bar, small, intimate, with pleasant atmosphere, serves cocktails to order. Opening hours: 11:00am - 11:00pm; Seats: 22.
Landmarks / Places Of Interest: Kilometers Direction, National Museum 12 South, National Children's Museum 7 South, International Dolls Museum 6 South, Red Fort 4 South, Rajghat 6 South, Jama Masjid 4 South-West, India Gate 10 South, Jantar Mantar 9 South, Birla Mandir 8 South, Connaught Place Commercial Center 9 South, Trade Exhibition ground (Pragati Maidan) 10 South, National Zoological Park 10 South, Humayun's Tomb 12 South, Gandhi Smriti 16 South, Lotus Mandir 19 South, Nehru Place commercial center 20 South, Deer Park 20 South, Qutab Minar 25 South.