"Located on the Janpath, the Imperial, New Delhi is a magnificent structure in the heart of the Indian capital which has preserved a vintage flavor and charm in its walls.
Conceived by Blomfield, the renowned architect, The Imperial was designed in the year 1934 and finally inaugurated by Lord Willingdon in 1936. One of New Delhi’s famous hotels, the Imperial has surely made its mark in the hospitality business in Asia.
Built by S.B.S. Ranjit Singh, the Imperial has a rich and glorious history. It was Lady Willingdon who gave the name ‘Imperial’ to this hotel for its majestic and regal presence. She also conferred the lion insignia on the Hotel.
The perfect blend of Victorian décor with an Art Deco look it recreates the charm of the British era. From sprawling greenery, landscaped lawns and swimming pools, The Imperial, New Delhi is the ideal comfort hub of tourists.
The Imperial, New Delhi has two separate wings; Heritage wing and the Art Deco wing. The Heritage rooms have a classic vintage aura and are adorned with wooden armoires of Victorian style, Persian rugs and lithographs by the Daniell brothers. The Art Deco suites have a contemporary look which has a combination of wood and leather and are furnished with light fabrics.There are different types of rooms from Imperial rooms, heritage rooms to the royal imperial suite.
There are a number of award winning restaurants in the Imperial in New Delhi for all you food buffs out there. From exotic Indian to the exquisite Continental, the Imperial proves to be a gourmet’s delight. The well stocked bar is also there for the guests.
The Spice Route: Its specialty is South East Asian cuisine.
1911: The name marks the important year when Delhi was declared as the capital of India by George V. It houses a bar and restaurant.
San Gimignano: If you wish to try out some Italian delicacies then head straight to San Gimignano.
Daniel’s Tavern: A totally Pan Indian restaurant with excellent recipes.
Patiala Peg: The name itself suggests that this is the bar in The Imperial.
La Baguette: For the sweet desserts and pastries the La Baguette is there.
The Atrium: The refreshment shop for tea coffee and pastries.
Distance From Airport22 Km
Distance From Station4 Km
The capital of India, Delhi is the city of magnificence and grandeur. It still reflects the medieval charm of yesteryears. The Jama Masjid, Red Fort, India Gate Delhi recalls the grandeur of the colonial period and the Mughal grandeur. Delhi is the place which has the strange mix of history and the cultural heritage of India.