Amongst Asia’s finest hotels ranks The Imperial. It is a unique experience, a legend that embraces facets of India’s history. This 70-year-old hotel known as the museum hotel proudly displays a priceless collection of the British Art on India. Built in 1931 by Bromfield, the hotel is flanked by a row of royal palms, surrounded by green lawns–a purpose-built oasis. This resplendent Luxury Hotel is known for its contemporary colonial style. The hotel offers 263 beautifully appointed rooms and suites that retain the regal flourishes of a wondrous past. With a rich historical past and an awe-inspiring heritage, this majestic Indian luxury hotel showcases an incomparable blend of Victorian, old Colonial and informal Art Deco which along with rich works of art and layout of two wings joined by an atrium creates an intimate atmosphere that belies the hotel’s size. The gleaming white art deco facade of the Imperial is a testament to the vision the British had for New Delhi: a planned city that would be the very model of a modern major capital.
What sets the Imperial apart is its very individual vibe, from the lion insignia that is replicated everywhere to the ghosts of pre-Independence Delhi. Located on Janpath, the erstwhile Queensway, it is steps away from the main shopping and commercial district of Connaught Place.
Janpath, New Delhi. 110001 India