The Lodhi New Delhi (formerly the Aman New Delhi) is located on the outskirts of the Indian capital just south of the Delhi Golf Course and adjacent to the western half of the medieval Nizamuddin complex. Stone quarried from northern India is used for all floors and the interior design combines clean, modern lines with classic Mughal elements. There are 40 rooms and suites designed with regional style architecture featuring private plunge pools and the highest quality furniture and furnishings. The Lodhi offers a range of restaurants serving Indian, Thai and European cuisine. During the daytime guests may enjoy light snacks and classic cocktails at the Pool Café and in the evenings head to Anidra the supper and night club serving fine wines, beers, spirits, mixers and tapas. Other amenities include a spa, health center with four tennis courts, three squash courts, a pilates studio and a gymnasium, a lap pool, library and cigar room.
History: The Lodhi’s seal, found on its logo, was inspired by the 15th century Lodhi dynasty, reflecting India’s rich history.
Service: The hotel’s General Managers along with other important members of staff, are always circulating throughout the hotel, attending to guests’ needs and concerns to their utmost ability.
Location: Guests can immerse themselves in the vibrant, thrilling Indian capital of New Delhi with the hotel situated in the heart of New Delhi, only 25 minutes from the international airport.
The recently-renovated rooms and suites of The Lodhi now exude a contemporary flair effortlessly blended with local sensibilities - particularly in the use of locally-sourced materials. All accommodation boasts private plunge pools and spacious balconies. Plush furnishings and amenities are standard of excellence in The Lodhi’s rooms.
Located on the top four floors of The Lodhi, the Deluxe rooms offer stunning panoramas of vibrant Delhi life. Deluxe rooms contain a king size bed, upholstered sofas and chairs, and a desk. Also featured is a combined bedroom/ living area, and a well-equipped bathroom.
Located on the hotel's top floors, the Lodhi Deluxe suites provide views of neighboring Nizamuddin village and Humayun's Tomb. Guests can relax in the private plunge pool and enjoy the views of the city below from their extensive balconies. A king-size bed, upholstered sofas and chairs, and a desk are all standard amenities in the deluxe suites.
Located on the hotel's first four floors, the 15 Lodhi rooms are 1,350 square feet. Inside, guests will find a king size bed, upholstered sofas and chairs, and a desk. Lodhi Rooms also feature a combined bedroom/ living area, and a well-equipped bathroom.
Measuring a spacious 2,400 square feet, the two bedroom Lodhi suites include a foyer, living room, and dining area. Both bedrooms have ensuites, and are located at either end of the suite for optimal privacy. A personal plunge pool is provided for guests relaxation and entertainment.
The Cigar Lounge features plush leather armchairs, where guests can relax with a fine whiskey and a selection of premium cigars.
Featuring state-of-the-art Technogym equipment, guests can sweat off their troubles at the hotel's impressive gym. Professional trainers are on hand for those who require one-on-one attention. A Pilates studio is also available for guests use.
Literature loving guests will be pleased by the extensive selection of books available at the hotel's library, which includes material on a range of subjects, in several languages. Rare books on Indian culture can be found here. Wireless internet is also available.
A 50-meter lap pool is a great place for guests to experience a relaxing swim after their workout, and is located just near that gym. The pool is heated in the winter for guests optimal comfort.
The Lodhi's spa is home to eight spacious private rooms equipped with their own steam, shower, bathtub, day beds, and massage tables. Here, trained spa practitioners perform a wide range of therapies that meld traditional Ayurvedic treatments with Western techniques.
The hotel boasts not only three all-weather tennis courts, but also two air-conditioned squash courts. They are tended to by experienced markers and ball boys so that guests can concentrate on their game.
It wouldn't be a true Indian cultural experience without a yoga class. The hotel's three yoga teachers are trained in a range of various yoga disciplines, and teach both group and one-on-one classes. Classes take place in the hotel gardens, or, if guests so wish, in the nearby historic Lodhi Gardens.
This popular club invites guests to enjoy supper before it transforms into a nightclub after dark.
Guests can enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner in a casual atmosphere at ELAN restaurant. The chefs here serve up dishes reflecting flavours of regional India, the Mediterranean, and Southeast Asia. There is an adjacent courtyard that serves as an ideal place to observe passersby or meet with friends.
A comprehensive food and beverage menu, which includes most of the Elan Restaurant listings, is available around the clock for our guests. Special requests are welcomed especially for children. Guests may enjoy the luxury of dining in the comfort and privacy of their own rooms, with the hotel's 24-hour room service. Many of the Elan Restaurant dishes may be ordered to guests villas and suites.
Those who have a craving for modern dining should head to OTW for lunch or dinner, where pan-Asian food is served alongside Middle Eastern and European fare in a bubbly cosmopolitan atmosphere.
The Pool Cafe offers guests the opportunity to enjoy casual food and drinks at the poolside at any time of day. The contemporary menu offers burgers, sandwiches, and salads, as well as organic spa cuisine for the health conscious types.
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