A symbol and staple of elegant Indian hospitality, The Oberoi, New Delhi is a ultra-luxe urban oasis of sophistication and world-class service. An iconic landmark in the New Delhi skyline, this historic hotel enjoys sweeping views of the Delhi Golf Course and Humayun’s Tomb, overlooking crystal blue waters, palm trees and a spectacular white, marble lotus fountain in the glamorous entrance. With incredible restaurants offering up delicious cuisine from around the world, a wide variety of spacious and luxurious suites and a world-class spa, The Oberoi is more than just a hotel - it’s a destination. As an added bonus, for the most discerning of business guests, many suites offer private office spaces and meeting rooms, in addition to the extra level of service offered in Business Travel Plus.
Location: With stunning views of Delhi Golf Course and Humayun’s Tomb, a World Heritage Site, this hotel is located within lush vegetation in the heart of New Delhi.
History: The capital’s first luxury hotel, this hotel opened in 1965 and has been an iconic landmark ever since.
Service: From dining to the world-class spa to organizing unique tours and excursions, the dedicated staff at the hotel cater to every guest’s needs. For more discerning business travelers, there is an extra level of service offered in Business Travel Plus.
Each of the hotel’s elegantly-furnished guest rooms and suites, including feature a king-size bed, polished wooden floors and sweeping views of the Delhi Golf Course or Humayun’s Tomb.
Deluxe Rooms, 350 square feet, have a king or twin size bed, an oak wood writing desk, white Italian marble bathroom and 24 hour in-room dining and 24 hour butler service.
Similar to the Deluxe Room at equal size, the Luxury Room features a floor to ceiling picture window with stunning views of Delhi Golf Course or Humayun's Tomb.
The Premier Room's large picture windows allow for natural light to fill the spacious room. At 550 square feet, Premier Rooms feature a king size bed, Lutyens' inspired furnishings and hand tufted carpets. The white Italian marble bathroom has a full length bathtub, separate shower, twin vanity countery, and exclusive toiletries.
The Premier Plus Room comes with an oak writing desk and a walk-in wardrobe.
The tastefully appointed Oberoi Suites are 725 square feet, including a grand master bedroom and a living area. Oberoi Suites can interconnect to Premier Rooms.
Covering 1,400 square feet, Deluxe Suite includes a master bedroom, a living room with powder room, grand dining room, a pantry, and an Italian marble bathroom. It also features a private balcony from which to take in views of Delhi Golf Course or Humayun's Tomb.
Similar to the Deluxe Suite, Luxury Suite forgoes the balcony for space, offering 1,800 square feet.
This incredible suite, for the most discerning business traveller, features a private sitting area, study, therapy room, personal gym as well as a luxurious bedroom and bathroom. Interiors are inspired by Delhi's history, furnished with Lutyens' inspired teak furniture, hand woven Indian silk and linen features, litographs and original artefacts.
An spectacular destination in and of itself, The Oberoi features luxurious on-site facilities for business guests or tourists to relax in after a long day of work or play.
Adjacent to the spa, the hotel’s fitness center is a spacious 1500 square feet of cardio and strength machines.
Guest may enjoy either heated indoor pool (64 feet) or outdoor pool (74) during their stay.
The Oberoi Spa has five private treatment rooms and a couple's spa suite. Each room has a private relaxation area, an en suite aromatic steam shower and washroom. There is also an infra-red sauna, and indoor and outdoor heated swimming pools.
At The Oberoi, guests may choose between incredible restaurants, bars and a famous bakery, each offering the best eat and drinks in the city and featuring unique character and decor.
Located on the rooftop, Baoshuan serves innovative Chinese cuisine mentored by Michelin star Chef Andrew Wong.
Opened after the renovation in 2018, Cirrus9, the new rooftop bar offers innovative cocktails with views.
Omya, the authentic Indian speciality restaurant at The Oberoi, New Delhi presents a gastronomic journey, bursting with Indian flavours and subtle, contemporary twists.
The Club Bar serves specially curated beverages, premium international labels, single malts and cognac, as well as tea, coffee and snacks during the day. The Cigar Lounge is the city’s first exclusive indoor space for hand rolled Cuban cigars and humidor lockers.
The Oberoi Patisserie & Delicatessen offers a wide range of homemade pasta, freshly baked bread, cakes and pastries, homemade single origin chocolates, gourmet cheeses and condiments.
Savour a leisurely breakfast, lunch or dinner of European, Japanese, Thai and comfort Indian food handcrafted by the Oberoi chefs in live kitchens that include a sushi bar, a Thai kitchen, a pizza oven and a grill.
The bar at threesixty° serves innovative cocktails, a wide range of spirits and refreshing beers. Enoteca, a temperature controlled wine cellar adjacent to threesixty°, is a unique feature of the restaurant with over 1,200 bottles of classical and contemporary wines.
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