Features: One light outdoor fluorescent wall lantern; Delhi range; Developed specifically to meet the requirements of part L of the building regulations...... more
Features: One light outdoor fluorescent wall lantern; Delhi range; Developed specifically to meet the requirements of part L of the building regulations and are manufactured exclusively; Installing tp24 Kyoto light fittings will cut your energy consumption on lighting by up to 80pct and save significant carbon emissions; You can expect not to have to change a bulb for 3-5 years; Stainless steel finish; Specifications: Accommodates: 1x15W GLS compact fluorescent bulb (included); Overall dimensions: 33cm H x 20cm W x 22cm Ext;
Advantages: A landmark hotel Disadvantages: It's a long way from home
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3. History and Tradition
Although it was only built in 1931, 20 years after New Delhi became the capital of India, The Imperial is steeped in history.
The hotel was the venue for the negotiations between the leading Indian independence activists and the British 'rulers'. Just imagine what it would have been like to be a fly on the wall. When y...
Advantages: Scenary, Lakes, Modern and Ancient architecture, Nightlife, Entertainment, Shopping and great food. Disadvantages: Poor local authorities and everything run by Public sector.
I was born in Calcutta but moved to Gurgaon (South of Delhi) with my parents at the age of 12 and have lived there till 1999 until I moved to London 5 years back. This review is a tribute to a place where I spent all my teenage years. Unfortunately even Lonely Planet has not covered this place in its India book, as Gurgaon has gained prominence in recent...
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...