With a mixture of Victorian and old colonial and a touch of art deco, this legendary five-star luxury hotel is situated among eight acres of landscaped gardens right in the heart of New Delhi’s commercial, and shopping districts.
A total of 235 guestrooms including 43 suites, have high ceilings, impeccable décor and are equipped with modern amenities. They overlook lush, verdant gardens and promise discreet luxury while offering total privacy and serenity
designed to make your stay as perfect as possible in every way.
Various room categories include Deco Rooms, Imperial Rooms, Heritage Rooms, Grand Heritage Rooms, Heritage Suites, Eliza Rooms – Imperial, Heritage and Grand Heritage, Deco Suites and Luxury Suites. All rooms and suites have Porthault linen, specially imported from France, Bang & Olufsen and Hitachi television sets, soundproofed and thermal insulated windows, dual line phone with data port and voicemail, 24-hour room service, tea/coffee making facility and international magazines available.
Eliza Rooms are specially designed for single female travellers to provide a distinct experience associated with comfort, convenience and care with safety prioritised to ensure a relaxed stay. The Royal Imperial Suite spans over 3000 square feet, including spacious dining and sitting areas and an expansive master bedroom and study. Porthault linens and a private steam room, sauna, and jacuzzi contribute to the suite’s overall feeling of elegant opulence.
The Imperial houses award-winning restaurants that offer a range of culinary options. Heralded as one of the top ten restaurants in the world by Condé Nast Traveler, The Spice Route restaurant showcases the wonders of Southeast Asian cuisine. The 1911 restaurant is spread over three areas including the veranda and terrace. San Gimignano offers delectable Italian fare and Daniell’s Tavern, a pan-Indian restaurant at The Imperial traces Thomas and William Daniell’s footsteps on a gastronomic journey through each of the places they visited. The Atrium with its high skylight ceiling, tropical surroundings and humming fountain creates just the right atmosphere for a meeting of any kind. Patiala Peg, one of the most popular bars in Delhi, serves larger measures of 75ml pegs instead of the usual 60ml. La Baguette, the pastry shop, tempts the sweetest tooth with its enviable range of goodies.