Delhi is the capital city of, India. Known for its history, architecture, culture and diversities, the place is also regarded as the political centre of the country. Sitting on the banks of the Yamuna river, the city attracts a humongous number of tourists every year to explore its rich history and architectural sites. As one of the most crowded cities of India, Delhi, apart from sightseeing and historical significance, exhibits a wide range of markets that are crowded by many locals and tourists.
Visiting this beautiful city was sheer joy and learning experience for me. As a traveller as well as a foodie, I have always wanted to plan a trip to this exquisite and diverse city. When I planned this long-awaited trip to Delhi, after learning so much about the hotels and their historical significance, in theory, I got myself booked in advance to one of the most luxurious hotels in Delhi, the Hyatt Regency. The 5-star accommodation is located in New Delhi’s Ring Road closer to the famous Sarojini Nagar Market, which is like a place of worship for the shopaholics like me.
I had booked a Hyatt King Room, which features both city and garden views. You can also get to choose from other rooms like Twin, Club, Regency and Premier. The sophisticated and elegantly designed rooms feature minibars, LCD TVs with digital programming, DVD player, spacious desk and seating areas. Well-fitted units with private bathrooms that feature stylish bathtubs and hair dryers are the other in-room facilities that the hotel offers.
Let’s get into more details about Hyatt Regency Delhi.
Cuisines and dining
Since I am a big foodie, the variety of dining options at Hyatt Regency Delhi has drawn my attention the most, among other things. The award-winning restaurants like La Piazza, TK’s Oriental Grill and The China Kitchen are the featured fine dining options that you will find out in this property. Their wide variety of cuisines and delightful dishes would leave you with a satisfactory appetite and good thoughts. You can also laze in the pool with a drink served by the poolside bar along with some finger food. In addition, you can try the complimentary buffet breakfast at Hyatt Regency Delhi.
Amenities offered by Hyatt Regency Delhi
After a run through the living space and dining, here we’ll find out about the in-house amenities offered by Hyatt Regency Delhi. With excellent hospitality, Hyatt Regency Delhi offers an outdoor pool, concierge services, chargeable babysitting/childcare services, a well-appointed fitness centre and spa. The hotel’s Club Olympus Spa, Salon and Fitness Centre enables guests, a wide range of spa services and relaxing massages to choose from. You can even opt for a sauna session or relax at the hot tub of the property.
Hyatt Regency Delhi not only greets guests for a family staycation but also as a place for corporate tie-ups. As ideal for both family and business stays, the accommodation features a safe and home-like environment for the female corporate travellers and offers amenities like a well-equipped business centre with corporate spaces, car rental services to pick up and drop VIPs from the airport as well as free parking.
As we have successfully concluded the journey at Hyatt Regency Delhi, here is a list of essentials that you must carry during your stay at this accommodation.
- When you visit Hyatt Regency Delhi remember to carry government-issued photo identification.
- If you have any special requests, make sure you place that during your check-in. Hyatt Regency Delhi often accepts the request of late check-out, if you are in dire need to stay at this property for a longer time.
- As the smartest payment option is to go cashless don’t forget your debit card and credit cards. Do make sure that you are also carrying some cash for emergency situations.
Here’s hoping that the aforementioned details were helpful. As expected from Hyatt Regency Delhi, the hotel provided me with all the comfort and facilities. So, what are you waiting for get yourself booked today. If you are looking for some extra discounts visit the website of Intermiles as I had also done the same.