All our Delhi collections
Be brave and dive right into the cacophony of the senses that is Delhi and you'll find there's even more to this city than the sprawling, chaotic, incoherent, colourful, historic wonder you've been promised. Delhi can be confronting. But hold your nerve and join the current and you'll discover the gems of both old and new Delhi. The best places to stay in Delhi may not be cheap, but they will be luxurious. And service is generally of a high standard.
Capital of Mughal India, renowned for it's cuisine and where you will find the grand Red Fort.
The capital of Commonwealth India, the highlight here is Lutyens' magnificent Presidential Palace and Mughal Gardens.
Still not sure which is the best place to stay in Delhi for you? Browse through our list of all the best places to stay in Delhi or contact one of our friendly gurus for advice. Aternatively you can widen the net and see our recommendations in Gurgaon.
Delhi (Greater Kailash I)
Located in residential Greater Kailash, Bed and Chai provides welcoming budget accommodation. Rooms are simple with novel vintage Indian decorations and private balconies. A simple breakfast is served and there is a small kitchen and living room. The staff are incredibly helpful.
Delhi (Jangpura Extension)
A modern, spotlessly clean hotel providing professional service. Rooms are smallish but perfectly formed with rain-showers and decorated in fresh palettes of yellow and white. There is a library and Apple computers for guests as well as a cafe serving light snacks. A simple, yet stylish hotel.
With interiors designed by owner Christine Rai, well known in Delhi for her chic homestore, Zaza, boasting stylish rooms with colourful Indian paintings and artefacts. Bedrooms are bright and airy with smart, black slate bathrooms. There is a private dining room available to guests.
Comfortable, colourful and understated rooms with attractive Rajasthan-tiled bathrooms and private balconies. Located in the historic area of Nizamuddin you are within easy reach of some of Delhi's most iconic sights. Food is local and home-cooked plus there is a small gym. Divine.
Modern, slick minimalism with fantastic attention to detail at this guesthouse hotel. Mirrored mosaics, natural light, marble floors, and vibrant colours. Excellent value for money in this boutique.
Delhi (New Friends Colony,)
Charming owner run property with just five rooms each guest receives the attention they deserve. Located in leafy Friend's Colony it is a homely haven away from the bustle of Delhi life. Rooms are large and sunny, featuring private balconies. The iconic Indian Accent restaurant is a few doors down.
Old style colonial charm - a rural idyll located in the area known as Lutyen's Delhi amidst acres of gardens close to Khan market and Lodhi Gardens. Lovely outdoor dining terrace, swimming pool and large, simple bedrooms. A peaceful hideaway from the bustle of Delhi. Home cooked food is served.
Delhi's oldest heritage hotel set in a tranquil haven of gardens and shady trees. Enormous rooms and a wonderful sit out terrace. Value for money in a peaceful spot, but still within walking distance of Mughal monuments and shopping in Chandni Chowk.
Delhi (Hauz Khas)
Five colourfully decorated suites themed after Indian states. Choose from a local or continental breakfast; relax out in the courtyard garden or roof terrace. Within walking distance of bustling Hauz Khas' bars, shops and restaurants. Great value and a great little find.
Delhi (Connaught Place)
The quirky Grill restaurant and Kitty Su inject some fun into this bastion of Delhi hospitality. Rooms are a blend of modern luxury and Indian finery including stonework floors, embroidered silks and artworks as well as marble bathrooms. There is an outdoor pool, gym and traditional Ayurvedic spa.
Legendary guesthouse popular with true Delhiwallahs. Simple and contemporary with no frills in Sunder Nagar. Friendly service and comfortable rooms. Ideal for short-stay business or leisure travellers.
Delhi (Safdarjung Enclave)
An authentic 'homestay' experience in residential Safdarjung Enclave. With antiques, family portraits and ornate mirrors adorning the walls. Rooms are light and spacious, decorated in Indian prints with private balconies. A healthy breakfast can be taken on a sunny terrace or breakfast room.
Colourful hotel near trendy Hauz Khas. Unique rooms feature bright wallpapers, silk furnishings and modern bathrooms. Spa and massage treatments, terrace. Restaurant serves great Indian and Chinese dishes. A central and characterful hotel from which to explore India's capital.
A stylish, individual, and characterful home from home set in a quiet West Delhi suburb. Clean chic rooms and a wonderful roof top restaurant - great value for money. A very charming spot for a gourmet city stay.
Within easy reach of the airport and Delhi's sights The Grand is a convenient stay. An oasis like pool lies amidst luscious grounds - plus there is a great spa. Dining is a treat with all day dining at Cascade and Asian dishes at Caraway and Woktok. Rooms are clean and contemporary.
Charming homestay near historic Sarfdajung's Tomb. Individually decorated rooms are filled with Oriental and Indian knick-knacks. There is a well stocked library and sitting room for guests to congregate. A buffet breakfast is served and delicious home-cooked meals are available on request.
Classic, calm address in Lutyen's Delhi. A haven of peace and relaxation set in three acres of gardens with a lovely pool area. Contemporary classic reception rooms and minimalist rooms and suites. Beautiful zen spa, excellent restaurants and extensive business/banqueting areas. The lap of luxury.
Although part of this world renowned chain, Sheraton Delhi's interiors are unmistakably Indian. Rooms have neutral palettes, spiced up with Indian artworks and fabrics and those views across Jahanpanah City Forest. There is a pool with waterfall, spa and fitness centre as well as global dining.
The least expensive of the Taj group's three properties in Delhi, but by no means lesser value. Its old world charm and colonial heritage make it a delightful place to stay. Huge rooms with balconies, marble floors, teak panelling. For business and pleasure.
Delhi (Dharam Pura)
One of a kind haveli located in the beating heart of chaotic Old Delhi. A haven of tranquility. Mughal style rooms feature ornate arches, stained glass windows and benefit from modern bathrooms. Traditional Indian dishes are beautifully presented and served with a modern twist. Divine.
Popular, comfortable, fun and homely guesthouse near Humayun's Tomb. Colourful rooms with a collection of Indian art and antiques. Fantastic breakfast roof top terrace with lovely views. The ideal laid back base from which to explore Delhi.
Delhi (Diplomatic Enclave,)
The sort of five star luxury you would expect from a worldwide name like Taj. Boasting two of Delhi's finest restaurants and one of its best spas, Taj Palace only does things in the superlative. Gleaming rooms feature large beds and modern marble bathrooms. All this plus a huge outdoor pool.
1950s bungalow in a lovely residential area away from the hustle and bustle. Boasting a fantastic restaurant, Indian Accent, with fusion food, relaxing roof terrace, and leafy gardens as well as the indulgent Zehen spa providing Ayurvedic treatments. A welcome refuge.
Delhi (Ring Road)
A firm favourite amongst visitors to Delhi, The Hyatt Regency excels in its dining department. With a smorgasbord of global treats for breakfast and home to TKS teppanyaki restaurant. There is a spa, gym and pool for sunning. Bedrooms are spacious with a modern, neutral decor and large windows.
Delhi (Sadar Patel Marg)
A top address, known as Delhi’s gourmet hotel - renowned Bukhara serves northwest frontier tandoori food. Superb spa and rooftop pool, classically elegant rooms, and majestic dining area and lobby. Luxurious facilities with bags of character.
Clean lines, open spaces and modern architecture one could be walking through a Barbara Hepworth exhibition. Rooms are large and decorated in sultry burgundy notes and feature deep baths. Enjoy the fine dining at Kiyan, world class spa and pool. Ideally located for Gurgaon, Delhi and the airport.
Delhi (Pragati Vihar)
Formerly an Aman, following its renovation, this hotel had a lot to live up to. Its style is modern Indian: ornate lattice is worked into geometric shapes, huge rooms combine contemporary furnishings with silk and the odd elephant print. There is a gourmet restaurant, idyllic pool and fabulous spa.
Delhi (Diplomatic Enclave)
A gorgeous new addition to Delhi’s luxury hotels in a superb location. An iconic palace style hotel in characterful grandeur - columns, marble floors, enormous spaces. Elegant rooms, fantastic spa, and a fabulous selection of world-class cuisine. Perfect for business or leisure.
Iconic Delhi hotel harking back to the days of Nehru and Gandhi. Sensitively updated for modern age comforts in synergy with its colonial and Art Deco foundations. Marble floors, teak furniture, and white-washed elegance. Fantastic restaurant and spa too.