We stayed here for two nights on a transit visit to Delhi as most hotels closer to the city were booked out or very expensive due to motor show. The hotel was about a fifteen minute walk to the Metro and not suitable if you want to be in the centre of Delhi but it suited us as we knew where we wanted to go and were prepared to just use the Metro because it avoided all the traffic and was convenient. I looked at it as a scenic overview of Delhi rather than it being a longish trip. The entrance to the hotel is around the back but we like walking so it wasn't a problem. (in fact, it is so nice to be able to actually walk in India without touts stopping you every two minutes - the walk from the Metro is good exercise as this is not a tourist area). The hotel itself is clean and the room was a pleasant modern room - comfortable bed and quiet at night. The main problem we had was food. We were particularly tired after a long day out and just wanted dinner in our room but on both nights we had trouble getting something actually satisfying and tasty for the high cost. As we don't eat meat in India and were over dahl etc., there was not much to choose. The restaurant might need to reconsider its in-house dining menu. The breakfast buffet was not that exciting but I may be prejudiced in these remarks as I have had so many buffet breakfasts that I am probably too fussy with expectations. We ended up having a la carte breakfast in our room on the second morning as it was just so much more relaxing and we just chose what we wanted. Staff was pleasant, room was well-serviced and the actual cost of accommodation was very reasonable. The most disturbing thing for me was the mirror on the counter surface at reception - its reflection of the walls made me feel dizzy and uncomfortable. Sounds very silly unless you have actually stood at the counter and then you will know what I mean. If you are an epileptic, be careful! Apart from that design faux pas, the hotel is very nice. If you are in Delhi for the first time, it is a little far out of the centre unless you are well-organised and want to use the metro as road transport will be long and wearisome (and expensive) given all the traffic. Besides, using the Metro means you have the power to avoid rickshaw drivers or taxis and all the hagglling that goes with it.
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- Located in the heart of West Delhi, Radisson Blu Hotel New Delhi Paschim Vihar is an upscale hotel by Carlson Rezidor HoteL Group. The Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group – born in early 2012 – is one of the world’s largest and most dynamic hotel groups.Nestled in the heart of West Delhi, Radisson Blu Hotel New Delhi Paschim Vihar offers a harmonious blend of contemporary design and upscale interiors. The hotel has been developed in a Neo-Gothic theme; the majestic décor reincarnates the ancient splendor giving it a matchless nerve. The theme is a revival of the dominant style of the medieval architecture that incarnates richness to the interiors. The hotel features meticulously planned guestrooms to exude warmth and comfort to the guests.The hotel offers distinctive dining options with fresh concepts such as live Indian food counters, show kitchens and extensive Tea menus. Level 2, an all day dining restaurant offers world cuisine and interactive kitchens; Indyaki, an Indian specialty theme restaurant imparts a truly global appeal; ORO, The Bar for the discerning guest offers Tapas style snacks and an international range of wines and spirits; Tea Lounge offers surprisingly elaborate tea/coffee menu and Cups Cakes is a Pastry Shop that offers mouth watering range of freshly baked sweet and savoury delights.With an extensive area of approximately 20,000 square feet for social and corporate events and additional benefit of huge parking space, we create an Event for a lifetime. With a highlight of expansive meeting and banqueting area, the hotel features an exclusive meeting and banquets reception and dedicated staff for successful events.The Business Center at Radisson Blu Hotel New Delhi Paschim Vihar is an amalgamation of rich interiors, incomparable service and state of the art technology.Recreational facilities at the hotel includes a well appointed Vyoma Spa offering rejuvenating treatments by trained international masseurs to pamper every element of your body and soul, a 24 hour Fitness Center featuring a careful selection of cardiovascular and weight equipments, an outdoor swimming pool providing the perfect break from a hectic day and a Kids wading pool. ... more less
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