Advantages: A landmark hotel Disadvantages: It's a long way from home
...on the way back. Consequently I needed to find hotels for the extra nights that weren't covered by our tour.
It soon became apparent that even though we were travelling at a time of year when nobody with half a brain would choose to go to Delhi (i.e. second half of June with the monsoon on the horizon and temperatures up around 40 degrees) the options were limited. We could either pay £10 and stay in...
Advantages: Clean rooms, helpful staff, fantastic value for money Disadvantages: Not an area that will suit everyone
...My first choice for value for money in Delhi
We first stayed at the Tara Palace in October 2010 and we liked it so much that we went back again two years later. During those two years between our visits I kept ?almost? getting around to writing about the hotel but something kept stopping me. I?m not sure if it was the desire to keep the place to myself and not tell too many people about this...
Advantages: Calm professional staff, quiet setting Disadvantages: If you can't get it at a bargain rate, it's not worth the price.
...Ciao must despair of some of us members and the near-geological timescale we seem to work on. I requested this hotel over three years ago and have finally got around to writing about it. Proof at last that if I'm given long enough I'll eventually get round to almost anything.
When and Why?
We visited Delhi at the beginning and end of a tour to Ladakh, high up in the Himalaya range...