Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in New Delhi does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Lhasa House, a nice option for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer air conditioning and a desk.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular parks like Children's Park, Central Park at Connaught Place, and Millennium Park, which are all a short distance from the hotel.
Lhasa House puts the best of New Delhi at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
So amazing trip in Lhasa, Tibet I love it so much during my whole stay in Lhasa. My lovely memories, and it was simply amazing, They was very friendly, kind, English proficiency was surprising, with tour, and Walking streets around your stay. I also had a private van transport took during my stayed extremely love it. The vehicle was very comfortable, neither water was always provided and my drivers were also kind. With China highlights tour in Lhasa Tibet The food was also a great part of Lhasa, on the other hand, Every restaurant included in the tour offered amazing local dishes and very delicious. All breakfasts and most lunches were including I will never forget this amazing trip!
i found that place totaly randomly and for like 900rp i had a very nice double bed room with a private bath room, it was clean, quiet and they have good wifi plus even in Delhi's june heat it wasn t too hot with the fan and ventilation. Good food in the restaurant for a decent price and it get delivered to yr room ;) A very good suprise for a solo female traveler like me who was a bit lost that night! Thank you Lhasa house for that lovely stay.
Above average stay for a decent stay under INR 1000. It located in a safe locality in Tibetan colony amidst the eateries , cafes and shops. Rooms are simple but specious , neat and clean . Free wifi . Recommended to everyone
The staff here are really friendly, good for budget travellers - great value for money, good location in the Tibetan area, lots of nice restaurants and places where you can buy Tibetan souvenirs. Peaceful area.
basic rooms but very clean the closet was nice and big but at the time i was there they had no restaurant and no hot water. the staff was helpful and friendly and overall i enjoyed my stay here we could not book in advance but still got a room quite easy
Difficult to spot down the alley way when your distracted by all the monks in red robes and tibetan stalls! When you get to the entrance for the tibetan camp (theres a big sign and usually a pile of rubbish outside with over eager tut tut drivers) go straight down the lane to the end, you can go either left or right, go right and Lhasa House is down one of the first 4lanes to your left ( sorry cant remember which one) just look down each one carefully before trakking down, its on the same lane as Wongdhen House (Hotel) and their sign is bigger so look out for that. The staff are very freindly and welcoming, Quite but helpful. The room we stayed in was a double bed with bathroom, with a window on to the alleyway which is very noisy at night so bring ear plugs! In general the room was fine, not so clean looking, and the bed quite hard, but as my second trip to india i really liked it here. When delhi gets a bit much its a well needed break to come back to the realxed little camp with monks strolling around on mobiles, lots of stalls, good internet cafe ( on the right as you walk in). Good bit out of town but well worth the stay, as you can haggle your way to town for better prices!…
nice people, honest and clean. check for working shower and toilet flush. nothing wrong about it. good place to stay. think of earplugs when powershortage sets of diesel generators all over the enclave
In the grand scheme of budget hotels in India, Lhasa House is absolutely fine. It's about 5km north of Connought Place, which takes about 15 mins in an autorickshaw, and should cost about Rs 50 on the meter. The major drawback is the location, not only being quite far from Old Delhi, but in the particularly dirty and uncomfortable area known as 'Tibetan Colony'. Lonely Planet calls this a "peaceful enclave" - whilst it's certainly quiet it's also very dirty and smelly, even by Delhi's standards. The room was a reasonable size, double bed was comfortable-ish and the aircon worked, although it rattled and creaked a fair bit. The shower had running hot water all day, and a proper Western toilet. Hygiene standards are passable (if you take a deep breath), but bring some flipflops for the bathroom. There's a small dining room downstairs for light meals and snacks - they do nice banana pancakes for breakfast! The staff were friendly enough, bear in mind that they're Tibetan, not Indian, so English isn't too familiar to them. We booked through LonelyPlanet's haystack website, and they did have the printout ready (a minor miracle considering we couldn't see a computer anywhere). I'd stay at Lhasa House again, but only if it picked itself up and moved out of Tibetan Colony.…