|About Hotel Connaught Palace
Located in the Central Business District of New Delhi, The Connaught is a hotel suitable for the discerning business traveler as well as the tourists. The hotel is in the vicinity of New Delhi Railway Station and is well connected to International and Domestic airports.
Number of rooms: 76. Number of floors: 6. All guests’ rooms with shower, direct dial telephone, 4-channel hi-fi music, individual thermostatically controlled airconditioning and colour TV with in-house video facility.
Bhowani Junction is the specialty restaurant serving choice Indian and Chinese cuisine. Mirch Masala is the open-air barbecue offerings a variety of sizzling delights. Chancellor serves an exciting range of drinks and cocktails. Tiffany’s is our 24-hour Coffee Shop offering a variety of tasty snacks and American style meals.
City: New Delhi
Location: Located in Connaught Place (Central Business District), 20 kms. from Airport, 2 kms. from Railway Station, 10 kms. from Bus Stand
Single A/C 30, Double A/C 42, Suites A/C 4, Total Rooms 76
Delhi catches you just loving it! Is it because it is the capital that it has such charm? Or it is just the aura of the Central Government and Rashtrapati Bhawan, which is an infectious. Here’s the secret: Delhi was just made that way! Over the millennia it has wood rulers, attracted plunderers and tired historians with so many details. Historians say there have been seven cities of Delhi. At least you can see few some of them. This is a list of attractions you might love to explore from Hotel The Connaught Palace. India Gate, Rashtrapati Bhawan, Jantar Mantar, and Connaught Place - Located in the central part of New Delhi designed by Lutyens, New Delhi is famous for its wide roads, structures in sand stone, and lot of greenery. Center of power in India for the last 100 years, Delhi is the symbol of modern European architecture.
Monuments of Old Delhi
With Red Fort, Jama Masjid, and Old Fort, Old Delhi is the heritage lover’s delight. Much water has flown down the Yamuna from the days of great Mughals, but the magnetism of old-world still exists in these grand structures. Qutub Minar, Baha’s Temple, Tughlaqabad Fort, and Others - Integral parts of Delhi’s historical heritage, these places are a must visit so as to know growth and dimension of the city.
Chandani Chowk in the Old City, Birla Temple near Connaught Place, and Humayun’s Tomb are other tourist attractions not to be missed in Delhi.