Hotels in Karol Bagh

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Hotels in Karol Bagh

Delhi is a hub for commerce and tourism, attracting, millions of domestic and international tourists every year. There are also several hotels in Delhi, with at least a hundred hotels in Karol Bagh, a business and tourist hub of the city.

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A fine amalgamation of old and contemporary, ancient and modern, the city represents a marriage of cultures and religions. According to the Archaeological Survey of India, Delhi is home to 1,200 heritage buildings and 175 monuments, most popular among which are Humayun’s Tomb, Red Fort, Jantar Mantar, India Gate, Rashtrapati Bhavan, Jama Masjid Laxminarayan Temple, Qutab Minar, Lotus Temple, Purana Quila, Safdarjung’s Tomb, Tughlaqabad Fort, Akshardham Temple and Lodhi Gardens. Delhi also houses several political landmarks, museums, shrines, temples, and is the seat of Indian Parliament.

Further, the capital city is the centre of commercial activities, and is home to various industries and manufacturing plants. It has recently replaced Mumbai as the number 1 e commerce hub in the country.

Therefore, obviously, the millions that come to Delhi every month for leisure or business purposes, require hotel accommodation. A lot of these travellers prefer to stay in hotels in Karol Bagh as it is centrally located and offers quality but reasonable hotel options for the budget friendly travellers. Also, the area is home to one of Delhi’s oldest markets and is said to be Asia’s largest with 20,000 shops, which sell almost everything from clothes and jewellery to nuts, fruits and motorcycle parts. Karol Bagh’s most popular shopping streets are Ghaffar Market and Ajmal Khan Road. Malls, large showrooms, smaller retail outlets, jewellers and street hawkers have spilt over to several areas like Padam Singh Road, Gurudwara Road, and Beadonpura, to contain all that Karol Bagh has to offer.

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In today’s scenario, the top five star hotels in Delhi include The Imperial, The Taj Mahal, The Oberoi, Shangri-La, and Aman. Some of the best four star hotels are The Manor, Hilton Garden Inn, Red Fox Hotel, Maidens Hotel, and Four Points by Sheraton. Three-star hotels such as Park Residency, Hotel Elegance, Godwin Deluxe, Apartment 52, and Ffour are budget friendly options for travellers. Bed and Breakfasts include Saubhag Bed & Breakfast, 76 Friends Colony, Tree of Life, Thikana and Chhoti Haveli.

Although Delhi has the best of hotels to offer, Karol Bagh hotels are meant for the budget traveller, and are typically 3-star or below. They charge anywhere from Rs 3,000 upwards per night. Karol Bagh has hundreds of hotels, with some streets packed with hotel accommodations from floor to floor, the more popular hotels in the area are Rupam, Mohan Sheraton, Metropolitan, Grand Park Inn, Sohi Residency, Metro Heights, Delhi Pride, Saar Inn, The Suncourt Hotel Yatri, Clark International, Shree Nanak Continental, Fortuner, Jeniffer Inn, Vista Inn and Emperor Palms.

Karol Bagh is geographically close to Connaught Place and Janpath, and is also near India Gate and other popular sightseeing destinations. Therefore, leisure travellers on a budget should definitely look up hotels in Karol Bagh on their  visit to Delhi.