What’s Hot in New Delhi

Coyle Hospitality says New Delhi’s contributions are absolutely tops in the hotel and fine dining service stakes.

Welcome to 21st century indulgence, welcome to New Delhi. The Oberoi in New Delhi offers 24 hour personal butler service. The Leela Palace, Aman Resorts’ first-ever city hotel has private plunge pools in the guest suites. The Imperial Hotel Spa has its own squash court. Shangri-La’s Eros Hotel transports guests from the airport in a Rolls Rolls Phantom. The Taj Palace has guests unwinding on their nine-hole putting green. The list is far from exhausted by these examples.

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Delhi Dishes Out Luxury With a Smile

delhiKeeping a competitive edge among Delhi hoteliers and chefs is as much an art as a science. That’s where Coyle Hospitality steps in, evaluating the guest experience which begins before that guest even steps foot across the gleaming threshold. It’s a guest experience which continues well after departure; repeat travelers to Delhi are loyal to their favorite properties.

Celebrity chefs are active on the Delhi dining scene, where international visitors learn that Indian food embraces many diverse regional cuisines within its broader Western definition. Bukhara, often ranked among the top 10 in India and top 50 restaurants worldwide, holds its own with northwestern cuisine served nightly for 20-plus years at the Maurya Sheraton & Towers. They’ve got a fun habit of naming dishes after VIPs who dine here, so check out the Clinton and Obama meals.

International visitors frequent Sakura at the Nikko Metropolitan Hotel, tops for Japanese cuisine. Pasta lovers head straight for Travertino to sample Umbrian black truffle at the Oberoi. In a double whammy, New York City’s Le Cirque and modern Japanese cuisine innovator Megu have opened at the Leela. Trader Vic’s ever-expanding empire is said to be having a look around. Watch this space.

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