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IMPERIAL HOTEL (NEW DELHI)

The Imperial, New Delhi’s landmark Hotel, is located on Janpath, the erstwhile Queensway. The restored 1930’s Victorian – style building is a perfect confluence of old-world charm and modern day conveniences. A unique four – story, low rise, The Imperial is just steps away from the renowned shopping and commercial district – Connaught Place. Museums, theatres, monuments, parks and cultural centres are within close proximity of the Hotel and provide for interesting entertainment options. The Viceregal Lodge - now the President’s Palace, Parliament House and the North and South block – nerve centre of the offices of Government of India are also located close to the Hotel.

The International and Domestic airports are a convenient half an hour drive from the Hotel.


SERVICES

The Imperial House award winning restaurants, with a culinary palette that ranges from southeast Asian, multicuisine and Indian. Each restaurant has an interesting tale to tell on account of its origin or inspiration. The two bars have an impressive range of beverages including a notable uniqyw wine list.

The ramance of alfresco dining blossoms at The Inperial in three delightful venues, well-manicured lawns, an oriental courtyard and Italian terrace ~ to enjoy fair weather.

THE SPICE ROUTE

Heralded as one of the top ten restaurants in the world by Condé Nast Traveler, The Spice Route is poetry in design. The renowned restaurant mesmerizes all your senses enrapturing you with its sensuous exotica. Designed by Rajeev Sethi, the celebrated cultural czar of India, The Spice Route reflects the journey of spices from the Malabar Coast in Kerala through Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Malaysia, and Indonesia to Thailand and Vietnam. The restaurant is an overwhelming visual depiction of the art and culture that travelled with the spices through these regions, presented in a folk, religious and cultural fantasy of the Orient.The Restaurant, that took seven years in the making, is completely hand painted with vegetable and flower dyes by mural painters brought in especially from a temple in Guruvayur in Kerala with a tradition dating back to 3000 years.

Designed on the principles of Feng Shui, The Spice Route is a treasure trove of antiques and is divided into nine different sections, each depicting part of the journey of life. Besides the stunning décor, The Spice Route boasts a menu that ensnares the taste buds of a seasoned food connoisseur. Orchestrated with passion by Chef Veena Arora, the menu crafted almost artistically is starred by gems such as Chemeen Thoren (Kerala style prawns, stir-fried with coconut, curry leaves and black tamarind; flavoured with mustard seeds), Tom Yum Kung (the famous Thai soup with prawns, flavoured with lemon grass, lemon leaves and galangal), Kung Nang Phad Khing (Stir-fried lobster with ginger and Thai black mushrooms, served in the shell), Kaeng Kheow Waan Kai (Chicken in Thai green curry with pea and cherry aubergines) and Phad Phak (Chef’s special stir-fried baby pok-choy with black mushrooms, flavoured with soya bean paste).

The Spice Route Courtyard transports the guests to the wonderful world of Southeast Asia. Adorned with traditional Thai sculptures from the Chiang Mai region in northern Thailand, the Courtyard is a visual spectacle. A picture perfect water body with floating candles and thoughtfully strewn petals forms the center of the Courtyard. The far end of the pavilion has traditional Khantok seating for six under an Oriental pagoda.

1911 BAR & RESTAURANT

1911 bar pays a tribute to this historic milestone that led to the emergence of New Delhi as a seat of power.

Soft Montana leather chairs, period portraiture, stained glass roof and wood panelling add an element of high gloss to the 1911 Bar offering over 500 varieties of beverages with lounge and club music playing to your mood. It boasts of two stunning private rooms the 'Hardinge Room' and the 'Lutyens & Baker Room.'

1911 is a landmark year in the history of New Delhi. In December 1911, King Emperor George V had declared New Delhi as the Capital of India and laid the foundation of New Delhi. 1911 pays a tribute to this historic milestone that led to the emergence of New Delhi as a seat of power. Given the historical significance it compliments, 1911 is a celebration of aesthetics with its rich interiors and cuisine that showcases the 'melting pot' culture of Delhi and service that is truly a reflection of Imperial India.

The Imperial, has for long, had a ‘relationship’ with period art. In fact, 1911 is an ode to this tradition. It is replete with antiquities dating back to the 1911 Durbar, etchings of ink, stipple, lithographs, tints (mezzo and aqua), and photographs from the colonial era and candle stands that have an image of The Imperial crown.

LEISURE

After a Day's work, you rejuvenate at our wellequipped fitness Center or relax by the serene Pools.

The delightful gardens encasing the hotel form a lovely backdrop for jogging and nature walks at leisure.

LUXURY SHOPPING

Imperial Boutique The Imperial has its own merchandise which is beautifully showcased for sale at the Imperial Boutique. One can choose from a variety of items like leather accessories, Pashmina, candles, perfumes and much more.

The Imperial Book Shop The Imperial book shop houses a collection of best selling authors and eminent international magazines. This is located at the lobby level, open from 09.00 hrs to 2230 hrs, seven days a week.

Chanel The Imperial houses the most coveted brand for ultimate luxury, CHANEL. Being the one and only shop in Delhi, it open doors for resplendent shopping experience ranging from Fashion Accessories to Cosmetics to Eyewear to Ready-to-Wear and Haute Couture collections.

LOCATION & DISTANCE
Airport
Distance from International Airport: 22 kms, 45 minutes

Railway Station
Railway Station: 04 kms, 10 minutes; City Centre - 1 km
Nizammudin Railway Station - 8Km (15-20 minutes)


City Center
Distance 100 meters

 

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