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Budget hotels in New Delhi

A major concern of the tourists who visit India has been the shortage of high-quality, reasonably priced lodging. In particular, the prices of the hotels in Delhi are sky rocketing these days . There are only limited choices available and they have been restricted to some five-star extravagance hotels that costs around $200 for one night stay. However, some transformations are in the works. The amazingly rapid monetary roar in India has initiated the burgeoning of a number of “mid-range” resorts, hotels. After a long wait, Delhi has a good selection of reasonably priced hotels amid the expensive five-star inn’s. To tell the truth, these budget hotels are cost-effective, hygienic, calm and modernized. tourists who would like to pay reasonable prices and at the same time enjoy the comfort.

Here’s the list of some Budget hotels that are ready to invite visitors

Florence Inn : This curiously good Florence Inn is situated behind the renowned Karol Bagh street. This hotel is conveniently placed just around the bend from a few ‘well-liked’ shops on the ‘Ajmal Khan Road’. The hotel’s cool marble corridors are an invitation to relaxation and its premium, executive rooms are noteworthy. Though it seems very strange for Delhi’s hustle and bustle, the rooms in Florence Inn have baths as opposed to the showers for tourists to indulge in a hot shower after a long day.

The Bajaj Indian Homestay : This budget-friendly hotel is situated at the heart of Delhi city. It is just a stone's throw away to some of the most famous shopping areas in Karol Bagh. The Bajaj Indian Homestay is really a treasure of a recoil from Delhi’s pandemonium. In this hotel, you’ll definitely get a ‘boutique’ hotel experience as each of the ten rooms are named individually and bejeweled after famous Indian Gods and personalities. Each and every single room is creatively planned. You will find a rooftop patio and separate juice bar in your room. The price of the room takes account of your airport pickup, breakfast with a cup of complimentary coffee ( and/or tea).

Crown Plaza : The Crown Plaza is right in front of the famous ‘Metropolis hotel’. The Crown Plaza gives the tourists an enjoyable opportunity to hang around in the heart of New Delhi. Into the bargain, this hotel is constructed only in recent times. The rooms in Crown plaza are minimally furnished but are maintained very dirt- free. Though this hotel is situated in central Delhi, this locale in which the hotel is positioned is very quiet.

Hotel Emperor Palms : Actually, this hotel is a 3-star Inn. But, you will get an experience of staying in a luxurious four-star Inn. The hotel’s fashionable rooms are tied in with ‘Animal print’ elements and has ‘spick and span’ contemporary restrooms. If you stay in the Hotel Emperor Palms, you will be within the reach of some of the celebrated sweet stalls including the ‘Roshan Di Kulfi’, one of the very old and most excellent Kulfi places in Delhi.

Master Guest House : This long-established Master Guest house is administered by a charming couple Avnish & Urvashi. They take individual effort to welcome their guests. There are only 4 rooms in this guest house. However, they are beautifully festooned. The guests of this Master Guest house are being offered affordable tour packages such the ‘Hidden Gems of Delhi’. Guests are welcome to order a warm “home-cooked” meal here for a very good price. Breakfast is served every morning and is accompanied with a cup of authentic (premium) coffee that is rare to be found (other than this place) in Delhi.

Hotel Singh Empire : This hotel is to be found on the frenzied ‘GB Gupta Road’ that is on the brink of ‘Pahar Ganj’. Hotel Singh Empire is one of the good hotels down the street. The rooms are traditionally bedecked. The cheaper rooms of this hotel are positioned in the labyrinth of the lower floors. Alternatively, the luxurious rooms are located on the top floors. A newly constructed rooftop restaurant in this hotel is another boon. Free Wi-Fi is also available for the guests.One can even attend the yoga classes that are offered here to chill out after a hectic day in Delhi bazaars.

Hotel Legend : Hotel Legend is in close proximity to the Hotel Grand Godwin. The exterior of this hotel might give you a scruffy appearance. However, the interior decorations of the hotel are lovely. The rooms of Hotel Legend are really spacious and are maintained spotless and comfy. Guests will get free WiFi in the reception area. The tour manager and the hotel employees in this hotel are pleasing and supportive.

Hotel Grand Godwin : Hotel Grand Godwin is one of the most ‘well-liked’ budget hotels in ‘Pahar Ganj’ area in Delhi. This hotel has a marbled reception area and the glass elevators add a hint of luxury. The hotel rooms are spotless and contemporary. The blissful ‘open-air’ rooftop restaurant in this hotel serves mouth-watering Indian food.

Amarya Haveli : Amarya Haveli is a lavish resort that is administered by 2 Frenchmen. A graceful blend of Indian and French tradition can be felt in this dramatic hotel. Amarya Haveli is situated in a suburban area of South Delhi. However, it takes quick ‘rickshaw’ ride to reach this hotel from the heart of the city. On the second floor of this hotel, you can find a exhilarating terrace and an open-air bar to chill out.

One Link Road : One link road is a fine-looking hotel built in a swish apartment building. This hotel is bejeweled with decorative Buddhas and other interesting portraits that adds a nice traditional touch to its ambiance.

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