Awash in white, the Imperial Hotel Delhi is a unique blend of old and new having successfully preserved its past to provide its guests with a lifetime of memories. It is a marvelous mélange of Victorian, colonial and art deco styles in its interiors. The Imperial Hotel New Delhi built in 1931 by one of Sir Edwin Lutyen’s associates Blomfield it was inaugurated by Lord Willingdon in 1936. The Imperial Hotel embraces India’s history, its a legend in its own right, located near Connaught Palace. The Imperial Hotel is known for its contemporary colonial style.
The Imperial has 190 spacious guest rooms and an impressive collection of 43 suites, with high ceilings and thematic décor. Its Presidential Suite spans over 3,000 Sq. Feet, including spacious & luxurious dining and sitting areas, an expansive master bedroom, and study. Porthault linens, Bang & Olufsen television and a private steam room, sauna, and Jacuzzi contribute to the suite’s overall feeling of elegant opulence.