I am Shangri-La’s – Eros Hotel. Above the bustling boulevards of New Delhi, I stand tall in the midst of the historic diplomatic district. Indulge in the cuisine of my beautiful country both inside and outside of the hotel. Roam the historical streets of Old Delhi by foot, car or tuk tuk. I am the ideal home away from home for discerning business and leisure travelers alike.



New Delhi is a vast city with so much history packed into every little nook and cranny. This may sound a bit overwhelming, so I have compiled a list of my favorites — Safdarjung Tomb, Humayun’s Tomb, The Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Akshardham Temple, India Gate & Lodhi Garden. Also if you don’t want the hassle of getting to all of these places yourself, I can set you up with a tour. Just ask at my concierges for full details.

If you think there is a lot of history within the confines of New Delhi, there is probably double the amount of food. Good food! I of course offer some of the best dining options in the city in my onsite restaurants — Mister Chai, Shang Palace, Sorrento, & Tamra — I always suggest asking the front desk for a list of some delectable restaurants in the area. But if you are willing to make a bit of a trek to different districts, here are some of the best eateries in the city —

Dilli Haat is an open air food plaza with incredible handmade goods from all over India
Rajinder Da Dhaba is one of the most delicious Indian Cuisine restaurants in New Delhi and very popular among the locals
Chapter 01 is a nice local café/bar with a small outside seating area, offering homemade meals, baked goods and good coffee
Naturals is an AMAZING ice cream parlor
The Spice Route is an elegant Southeast Asian restaurant in the midst of one of the oldest hotels in the city — The Imperial. Make sure to make reservations as they are booked out months ahead of time. If you are more in the mood for a quick bite there is an in-house bakery as well serving freshly made and delicious pastries (here is a litte secret — they are half price after 6pm).



If you are going to be in Delhi for some time (or anywhere in India) I would suggest grabbing a local sim card. It is very inexpensive for what the plan includes. Having a phone that works is very convenient in a number of ways, but the most useful of them all is being able to call an Uber. At a fraction of the price of cabs and even tuk tuks, getting an Uber is such a good way to get around the city for cheap. Plus if you don’t have Uber here is $5 off your first 2 rides. Try it out!

If you are planning on staying at the luxurious Shangri-La Group on many of your travels around the world, it may be worth signing up for the Horizon Club. 19 floors above the the streets of New Delhi, you can sit in luxury, eating a light bite or sipping afternoon tea. For all of the perks check out their website for more details.


Rooms start at $125 USD (double occupancy).



Expect one of a kind hospitality. Expect serenity amongst the second most populous cities in the world. Expect your taste buds to be spoiled by the hotel’s diverse range of food and beverages.



One-bedroom suite with plush king-size bed. Separate living area, with day bed and dining table. En-suite bathroom with rain shower and bathtub. Views to the city center. Access to the Horizon Club. A/C.



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