With elegant interiors and modern comforts, Jaypee Siddharth Hotel comes across as a delight for first time visitors and regular customers. Housing a 24-hours resto cafe, extensive conference and banquet spaces, the hotel enhances every aspect of your visit, taking care of each guest personally. Nestled at prime location, this deluxe edifice attracts innumerable foreigner visitors and seasonal business travelers every year.
The Hotel is a fusion of elegant interiors and modern comforts. It provides customers with luxurious amenities and exceptional services. Strategically located at the hub of the Commercial Centre of New Delhi, Jaypee Siddharth Hotel is known for easy accessibility and finest hospitality services. This deluxe edifice is situated 14 kms from Domestic Airport, 18 kms from International Airport and 5 kms from New Delhi Railway Station. At Jaypee Siddharth, detailed attention is given to the need of the guests to make the experience a fulfilling one. The gleaming swimming pool, luxurious health spa and elite restaurants guarantee a comfortable and a memorable stay.
Jaypee Siddharth Hotel is a sheer luxury with spacious rooms and modern suits. With 102 well appointed guest rooms including 24 Club Royal Rooms, 68 Deluxe Rooms, 8 Executive Rooms and 2 Suites, Jaypee Siddharth offers the stupendous stay to all their guests. This lavish creation offers the most sought after comforts that an individual craves for in a luxury hotel by providing you all sorts of modern amenities and luxury conveniences like central air conditioning, Wi-Fi, hot/cold water supply, safe deposit lockers, mini fridge, tea/coffee maker, fax on demand and many more, this deluxe edifice leaves no stone unturned so as to make your stay memorable. Other complimentary facilities include iron and iron board, mineral water, hair-dryer, dental and shaving kit, comb, slippers and bathrobe.
Kingdom of Dreams is India's first live entertainment, theatre and leisure destination. It is located in Sector 29, Gurgaon in NCR Delhi, near the Leisure Valley Park. The destination consists of two theatres, Nautanki Mahal and the Showshaa Theatre, and a cultural and cuisine area known as Culture Gully.
The museum showcases the evolution of transportation in India and sets a benchmark in interpretation, exhibition and in communication. As the first private museum of its scale in India, it is conceived as a deductive space that engages visitor participation in learning while remaining a family experience. The Heritage Transport Museum is situated on a three acre plot, off National Highway 8 at Tauru-Gurgaon. A built up area of over 90,000 square feet of air conditioned space spread over four floors houses the exhibition galleries, library and reference centre, conference rooms, mini auditorium, the museum shop, and a restaurant facility.
The 42 m high monument, India Gate was constructed in the year 1931, as a memorial in the memory of more than 80, 000 soldiers who laid down their lives during World War I. The names of the soldiers are inscribed along the arches of the monument. Located at Rajpath, the gardens surrounding India Gate are a popular relaxation area during the summer evenings and a popular picnic spot during winter. Also, known as the All India War Memorial, India Gate was designed and constructed by Edwin Lutyens, who is considered the chief proclaimer in designing the New Delhi plans.
It possesses the largest number of artifacts of the Indus Valley Civilization. Here we can find information about ancient India, viz.: Pottery Rare coins Architecture Costumes The Museum has in its possession approximately 2, 00,000 works of exquisite art of diverse nature, both Indian and foreign and its holdings cover a time span of more than five thousand years of our cultural heritage.
A must visit for those who love locomotives. Sprawling over 11 acres, it comprises an indoor gallery devoted to the display of various exhibits, models, records, photographs, coat of arms, documents etc. over 100 real size exhibits display the glory of the bygone era.
The red sandstone walls of the massive Red Fort (Lal Qila) rise 33-m above the clamour of Old Delhi as a reminder of the magnificent power and pomp of the Mughal emperors. The walls were built in 1638 and were designed to keep out invaders. Now, they mainly keep out the noise and confusion of the city. The fort also houses Naubat- or Naqqar-Khana (Drum House), Diwan-i-' Am (Hall of Public Audience), Diwan-i-' Khass (Hall of Private Audience), Rang Mahal (Painted Palace), Nahr-i-Bihisht (Stream of Paradise), Mumtaz Mahal, Tashibh-Khana (Chamber for counting beads for private prayers), Khwabgah (Sleeping Chamber), Khas Mahal (Private House), Muthamman-Burj, Hayat-Baksh-Bagh (Life-giving garden), Zafar Mahal, Hammam (the Bathing Area) and Moti Masjid (the Pearl Mosque).
The Qutab Minar is a soaring, 72.5 m-high tower of victory, built in 1193 by Qutab-ud-din Aibak immediately after the defeat of Delhi's last Hindu kingdom. The tower has five distinct storeys, each marked by a projecting balcony and tapers from a 14.32 m diameter at the base to just 2.75 m at the top. The first three storeys are made up of red sandstone; the fourth and fifth storeys are of marble and sandstone. At the foot of the tower is the Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque, the first mosque to be built in India. An inscription over its eastern gate provocatively informs that it was built with material obtained from demolishing '27 Hindu and Jaina temples'. A 7 m-high iron pillar stands in the courtyard of the mosque. It is said that if you can encircle it with your hands while standing with your back to it your wish will be fulfilled.
It has been built on a small hill standing on the banks of river Yamuna with its massive rubble wall and imposing gateway houses. The structure houses a mosque, which has a double storied octagonal tower. According to Hindu literature the fort marks the site of Indraprastha, the magnificent capital of the Pandavas, though the construction was carried out by an Afghan ruler Sher Shah Suri from 1538 to 1545 in the 3rd century, who wrested the throne of Delhi from the Mughal emperor Humayun.
The Humayun's Tomb was a landmark in establishing some of the essential norms for later Mughal mausoleums in India. The structure is built mainly with red sandstone along with the use of white and black marble to relieve the monotony. The marble is used largely in the borders. The dome is made of white marble. The Humayun's tomb is the first Indian building to use the Persian concept of a double dome. The splendour of this monument becomes evident on entering the grandiose double-storeyed gateway. High rubble walls enclose a square garden divided into four large squares separated by causeways and water channels. Each square is divided again into smaller squares by pathways, forming a typical Mughal garden called Charbagh. The fountains were working with simple yet highly developed engineering skills quite common in India during this period. UNESCO has declared this magnificent masterpiece a world heritage.
Lotus temple is built in the shape of a lotus flower and set among the lush landscaped gardens, the latest of seven Major Bahá'í temples built around the world was completed in1986. Its soothingly quiet Prayer Hall and tranquil surroundings have touched the hearts of the Temple's numerous visitors, awakening in them a desire to trace its inspirational source and capture a bit of its peace for themselves. The aura of silence surrounding the Hall instills reverence. Some are moved by its 'eloquent silence' and 'divine atmosphere'. People are affected in varied degrees by the peace and beauty of the sanctum sanctorum. Not only does it embody the spiritual aspirations and basic beliefs of the world-wide Bahá'í community, but significantly in a land of myriad religions, it has begun to be seen as providing a unifying link, bringing divergent thoughts into harmony by virtue of its principle of oneness - of God, religion, and mankind. The temple looks spectacular after being lit up at dusk. Adherents of any faith are free to visit the temple and pray or meditate.
The Yantra Mandir (literally the 'temple of instruments', and often called the Jantar Mantar) consists of a collection of architectural astronomical instruments, built by Sawai Jai Singh II of Jaipur for his own use, from 1724 onwards. The primary purpose of the observatory was to compile astronomical tables and to predict the times and movements of the sun, moon and planets. Some of these purposes nowadays would be classified as astrology. Sawai Jai Singh II later had another similar observatory, now known by the same name, built for him in Jaipur. Today the observatory is mainly a tourist attraction, and is significant in the history of astronomy.
Savour your taste buds with an eclectic mix of Indian and International cusinies at Jaypee Siddharth. It houses some of New Delhi's best speciality restaurants and a bar that never fails to delight. It presents truly international service standards with world class chefs, tempting you with a delight ful dining experience.View All Dining Outlets
Located in the central part of Delhi, offers excellent banqueting facilities at its mix of indoor and outdoor, chic, elegant venues having a capacity of up to 600 guests. The hotel offers its wedding guests extremely sumptuous food, smart and stylish set-ups -ranging from traditional, classic to suave and trendy- along with personalized service, making their experience highly memorable. All this makes the hotel an extremely popular destination for weddings.
Jaypee Siddharth, New Delhi, brings to the capital for the first time a DIY barbeque setup located at the Vatika terrace. It is a multi-faceted lounge destination open to guests during evenings, allowing them to choose and cook, buy & barbecue and grill their own meats and vegetables, all available at the venue itself.
This one of a kind venue features an Open Terrace, BBQ place where you can exercise your culinary skills and showcase them to your family & friends. Guests are provided with Aprons and Chefs Hats and there is a simulated market place, aptly titled, The Shop wherein an array of raw meats and vegetables are available with accompanying marinades and rubs, along with a weighing scale to be used for portioning the order. For those who prefer to not do the hard work, on offer is the Lazy Menu which features brassiere style multi-cuisine foods such as pizzas, burgers, sandwiches, grilled food etc.
Venue: Vatika Terrace ('O' level)
Timings: 18:00hrs to 23:30 hrs (Use same format, of your choice)
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Get ready to woo your partner with an intimate dining setup created for you to celebrate and commemorate your love on special occasions. Treat her with a fairy tale dinner, exclusively curated menu, cake and wine to make the evening an affair to remember.
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The north-western Indian subcontinent has seen the era of rulers from different religions and cultural backgrounds. The traditional culinary lineage of Indian food has been perfected since time immemorial. Authentic Indian food is perfect in taste and aroma because it is prepared and garnished with fresh and royal ingredients and spices.
The cultural diversity has been taken as an inspiration to curate an excellent menu and retain the unique taste that captures the essence of a meal that is nothing short of a royal Indian treat.
The menu, the decor, the flavours and the cutlery, everything is bound to make you feel special at the ‘Royal Table’. Paatra-the Indian speciality restaurant attempts to take you on a culinary journey with the Royal Table. Win the heart with our specially curated five course meal amidst a royal setup that will transport you to the era of Maharajas & Maharanis.
Venue: Paatra, Indian Cuisine Restaurant
Timings: Lunch (12.30 pm – 3 pm) & Dinner (7.30 pm – 11.30 pm)
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I just checked out from hotel and couldn't stop myself for write a feedback,wonderful stay, nice hotel, food was good, pool area is nice and a special thanks to kiran who make our stay more comfortable with provide outstanding services,Excellent services recommend to my friends and relatives also.Beautiful hotel
We stayed in the Hotel with best front office staff. I interacted with ms. Garima no. Of times and she is really very very cooperative and guided us really well about the hotel and visiting places. Stay was very fantastic because of staff only. Staff is courteous and everything was the best. We are coming again, on the way. We very thankfully to ms. Garima who makes our stay really very very superb. Thank you dear Garima thank you so much. God bless you. Keep it up.Excellent stay with front office staff
We travel from Tanzania for my father treatment in Blk Hospital and it's our first time in Delhi. Everything is perfect the way we wanted .the people are very warm and friendly at the front desk always smiling and ready to help. I want to thank me. Vineet for his support and his guidance to explore Delhi. He is very helpful during our entire stay. We are again coming back in another 6 months for checkup of my father and we will stay again in Jaypee Siddhartha. Thanks.3 weak stay
I had great experience there and staff was more respecting with everyone they know the importance of customer thank u everyone for a memorable trip.Aditi Mehta
I stayed at this hotel for a week in June 2018 on a trip to Delhi with family. The rooms are spacious, clean with an excellent view. Housekeeping services are excellent. Breakfast was good but most of the items were western. It would be better if more of Indian food items are served. The location of the hotel is also perfect, the metro station is at a walking distance and it is very easy to move around in Delhi. The staff is very efficient and courteous.Vishal Pooniya
This is a hotel that I frequently visit on my trips to Delhi. The staff always give me a very warm welcome and are always courteous & friendly. This hotel is somewhat cheaper than many other 5* hotels in the area and yet offer excellent facilities.Neeru
3, Rajendra Place, New Delhi 110 008
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