Maidens Hotel, Delhi, India
The Maidens is one of Delhi's oldest hotels and was built in the early 1900s. It is well located, close to the sights of Old Delhi and there is a nearby metro station which is great for those who want to explore by themselves. It has spacious and comfortable rooms (though most do not have windows) and large, beautifully kept gardens and a pool. The Curzon Room restaurant brings back the days of the British Raj and the Garden Terrace provides a more relaxed dining experience. The building itself is a pleasant example of colonial architecture and The Maidens offers good value for money in this expensive capital.
Please note that the check-in time is 12:00. Early check-in is subject to availability.
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