The 19th century Oberoi Maidens is one of the earliest heritage hotels in Delhi. The luxury hotel is an imperial survivor of the British rule. The architecture is a glorious illustration of old-world European charm, and with the addition of modern pleasures, it is one of the finest hotels in the country. Every corner in the hotel has a story to tell, about the princely states and the British Raj. The pearl-white hotel is set in oasis of calmness of lush greenery, while peacocks roam and birds chirp sweet songs. The lavish rooms, state-of-the-art amenities, dining and other experience creates an endearing stay.
The Oberoi Maidens was originally known as the Metropolitan Hotel. It was jointly run by two Englishmen, the Maiden brothers. In the early 20th century, the hotel was widely considered to be the best hotel in Delhi. The hotel got its well-deserved appraise in 1903 during Coronation Durbar held by Lord Curzon to celebrate the coronation of Edward VII as Emperor of India. The hotel bears testimony to the olden days. Today it is part of the Oberoi Hotels & Resorts chain and one of the luxurious heritage hotels in India.
Accommodation in the Oberoi Maidens features 55 rooms and suites. Every room has heritage and the pleasure of modern luxuries.
The Heritage wing of Maidens Hotel, easily dates over a 100 years. A few steps away from the swimming pool, the rooms enjoy a picturesque view of the Garden Terrace and the 150 years old Banyan Tree. All rooms retain classic furniture and décor with luxuries synonymous with the Oberoi Group.
The Premier rooms inherit the quaint charm of 19th century, though are newly refurbished. Offering utmost comfort, the rooms featuring wooden flooring, walk-in wardrobe, luxurious Italian marble bathroom with full size tub and walk-in shower, and so much more.
The generously spaced deluxe suites treasure the grace of the olden days. Comprising a spacious bedroom and a drawing room, the rooms feature contemporary facilities. The comforts of the rooms’ make guests feel right at home.
The magnificent past lives in the Luxury suites of Oberoi Maidens. The room is decorated with classic pieces of furniture, large windows and high ceilings. The suites feature a spacious bedroom, a grand drawing room, wooden flooring, walk-in wardrobe, Italian marble bathroom with full size tub and walk-in shower and many more pleasures.
Lutyens Suite is the historic abode of Sir Edwin Lutyens who set out to build New Delhi. This Suite features wooden flooring with a grand bedroom, walk-in wardrobe, dressing area, luxurious Italian marble bathroom with full size tub & walk-in shower. The gem of the Oberoi Maidens, this room is for the one who settles for nothing but the best.
Dining in the Oberoi Maidens follows its inherent character, the mix of royal pleasures, colonial charm and modem delights.
The Garden Terrace
Indoor as well as al-fresco dining and offers an unforgettable dining experience amidst lush gardens. Taste serving of International breakfast buffet and Indian and International cuisines for lunch and dinner.
The Curzon Room
Named after the British Viceroy Lord Curzon, the restaurant showcases over 70 photographs from the archives of the British Raj. The aura of timeless elegance makes dining in the restaurant an experience of a lifetime. An a la carte selection features the finest of Indian Cuisine as well as Indian delicacies.
The Cavalry Bar
The Cavalry Bar serves cocktails, beverages and a variety of snacks in a friendly setting and lounge music.
Distance From Airport24 Km
Distance From Station3 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.