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The Imperial

Delhi, India

The Imperial: Grand Heritage Room

The Imperial: Grand Heritage Room

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Description


The Imperial boasts an awe-inspiring heritage, inextricably linked with that of New Delhi. It also boasts an outstanding location in Janpath, tucked away in eight acres of lush greenery and royal palms, yet steps from the city's renowned shopping district and major attractions. Guest rooms and suites at The Imperial all exhibit their own distinctive character - whether Heritage, Art Deco, The Lutyen Suite (inspired by its namesake's style) or the fabulous Royal Imperial Suite.

Details:+
  • Type:Luxury Hotel
  • Summary:A museum hotel which proudly displays British art of India
  • Feature:A tranquil sanctuary away from Delhi's bustling streets
  • Rooms:235 rooms & suites
  • Location:Delhi , India
  • Nearest airport:Delhi Airport
The Imperial
Amenities
Location and transfer

35 minutes from Delhi Airport by private car transfer.

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Accommodation:+

Rooms and suites at the Imperial each offer distinctive Colonial-style decor and feature Porthault linen, Lalique lighting, a flat-screen television, safe, mini-bar, DVD player in the suites, air-conditioning, an iron and ironing board (on request), high-speed wireless internet access, tea and coffee-making facilities and twice-daily maid service. All rooms have views which encompass either the gardens, atrium, swimming pool or the courtyard.

Imperial Room:+
  • Size: 300-320ft²
  • Room View: Optional garden views
  • Facilities: Imperial Rooms boast Colonial decor and include marble baths, a choice of a king-size bed or two singles, with amenities including a flat-screen television, individual climate control and Fragonard bathroom products. High-speed wi-fi access and a DVD player are available, on request.
Heritage Room:+
  • Size: 350-370ft²
  • Room View: Various views, including of the garden
  • Facilities: Heritage Rooms feature either marble or parquet flooring, a seating area for two, marble baths and a choice of king-size bed or two single beds. Amenities include exclusive linen from Porthault, individual climate control and Fragonard bathroom products. High-speed wi-fi and a DVD player are available, on request.
Heritage Suite:+
  • Size: 550ft²
  • Room View: Atrium views
  • Facilities: Heritage Suites include a spacious bedroom with king-size bed, a living room, marble bath and a seating area for five to six guests. Amenities include exclusive linen from Porthault, individual climate controls, Fragonard bathroom products, high-speed wi-fi access and a DVD player.
Art Deco Suite:+
  • Size: 580-630ft²
  • Room View: Views of the Spice Route courtyard, terraced gardens and the Atrium
  • Facilities: These spacious suites feature Art Deco-style interiors, king-size beds, marble baths and seating areas for five to six guests. Amenities include exclusive linen from Porthault, DVD players, high-speed wi-fi access and Fragonard bathroom products.
Dining:+

The Imperial's dining venues offer an array of cuisine, ranging from South East Asian, to Italian dishes and English-style Afternoon Tea. The hotel also boasts The Spice Route, heralded as one of the 'Top Ten Restaurants in the World' by Conde Nast Traveler.

The Spice Route :+
  • Cuisine: Southeast Asian cuisine
  • Setting: This restaurant boasts museum-like interiors that describe the journey of spices from the Malabar Coast in Kerala through Sri Lanka, Malaysia and Indonesia, to Thailand and Vietnam. Voted one of the world's top ten restaurants by Conde Nast Traveler, it has an award-winning wine list. The courtyard part of the restaurant provides al fresco dining space in the warmer months.
  • Dress Code: Smart/casual
  • Children's Menu: No
  • Vegetarian Menu: No
1911 Restaurant:+
  • Cuisine: Various cuisine
  • Setting: 1911 is The Imperial's signature restaurant and overlooks the lawns. Spread over three areas - 1911 Brasserie, 1911 Bar and the Verandah. The patio and garden areas are open for al fresco dining during the summer months.
  • Dress Code: Smart/casual
  • Children's Menu: No
  • Vegetarian Menu: No
Daniell's Tavern:+
  • Cuisine: Pan-Indian cuisine
  • Setting: Daniell's Tavern traces the footsteps of English landscape artists, Thomas and William Daniell, on a gastronomic journey through some of the places they visited for artistic inspiration.
  • Dress Code: Smart/casual
  • Children's Menu: No
  • Vegetarian Menu: No
La Baguette:+
  • Cuisine: Gateaux, bread, chocolate, sunrise and teatime eats and patisseries
  • Setting: A picturesque pastry shop overlooking the lawns.
  • Dress Code: Casual
  • Children's Menu: No
  • Vegetarian Menu: No
San Gimignano:+
  • Cuisine: Gourmet Italian cuisine
  • Setting: Named after the medieval Tuscan hilltop town, the decor reflects the Tuscan landscape, while Paradiso DiVino (the private garden) provides a fine dining experience in exquisite al fresco surroundings.
  • Dress Code: Smart
  • Children's Menu: No
  • Vegetarian Menu: No
The Atrium:+
  • Cuisine: Afternoon Tea
  • Setting: The skylight ceiling and elaborate fountain create the perfect environment for traditional English-style Afternoon Tea.
  • Dress Code: Casual
  • Children's Menu: No
  • Vegetarian Menu: No
NOSTALGIA at 1911 Brasserie :+
  • Cuisine: Classic western dishes and European fare
  • Setting: Recalling the Golden Age of Hollywood, NOSTALGIA's setting is perfect for couples wishing to enjoy an intimate dinner accompanied by live jazz or a pianist.
  • Dress Code: Smart/casual
  • Children's Menu: No
  • Vegetarian Menu: No
Leisure:+
Health & Fitness

Nestled amidst landscaped gardens, The Imperial Spa (featuring a stylish salon and a fitness centre) is a city spa designed to evoke a feeling of spiritual harmony.

In Addition

Described as a 'museum hotel', The Imperial proudly displays a priceless 'British Art of India' collection, which includes pieces of work from some of the 17th and 18th century greats.

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