Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Delhi attracts thousands of tourist each year.  New opportunities are one main reason apart from leisure. In spite of Indian hospitality industry doing splendid job, more and more hotels have sprouted up in recent times. This only goes on to show the demand in this sector. Many New hotels have come up in West Delhi, even within the last one year. And they have done considerably well to gain popularity and favor, which made up for everything in this sector.

  Signature Grand, Hari Nagar:

Signature Grand is the first among the three new hotels that have risen at Hari Nagar in close succession. It is a a beautiful blue-tinted-glass building, rising to some 9-10 storeys, overlooking a park. 

The Frontal View of the Hotel

Most of the spaces in the hotel are occupied by the banquet halls and Business rooms. The place is popular for weddings and other functions and has banquet halls for as reclusive as 20 people to as large as 500 people.

The Park Balluchi restaurant is popular with the locals and outsiders. The place is designed in a grand and traditional style of Indian sensualities  and aesthetics and popularly serves North-West Indian foods like Kebabs and tandoori.

Iris Hometel, Hari Nagar:

Iris Hometel is a small Hotel. What it lacks in size, it makes up in hospitality and services. A first glance at the lobby and the waiting room that opens to Chill and Flavors restaurant convince you about the homeliness of the place.

The decor and the colour is playful. It pulls you in casually. (The Chill Bar)

From bright yellow chairs to green bulbs, to bold colour like blue and red cushions, you can spot almost every colour in the Flavours Restaurant. It is complimented by bright paintings.
Rooms at Iris Hometel are small but bright with natural light and are lovely. They have a unique theme with the colors and elements in the room. It's a home away from home.

Park Plaza, Hari Nagar:

Park Plaza is a 2-3 months old hotel, with ambitious ventures. From a big lobby, slightly off white and grand, it opens to Mosaic restaurant and Big Shot bar, dominated by the brown colors and decorative items like marble vessels.

The trendy Big Shot Bar.

The enviable rooftop pool is very spacious and has certain level of privacy. The blue water pool faced the park across the road and for several thousand meters there are no buildings but green trees, which is soothing to the eyes and gives you a sense of space, which is prerequisite of leisure.

 Radisson Blu, Paschim Vihar:

Radisson Blu Hotel is an ambitious project. It in itself is a world of its own with shopping malls, multi restaurants, bar and  tea lounge. The decor of the house  has more or less, an Indian feel about them. The Lobby is spacious, adjoining with the tea lounge. Black and white colors are prominent here.
Radisson Blu stands as a lone figure by the roadside and can be easily spotted. Started last winter, parts of the hotel like the saloon is still underway but it sure is a hotel you can never dismiss too easily.
One of the most impressive place is the Gold theme- Oro Bar. The place glitters as if the last of the golden sunset has sieved in through the roofs.
The roof pool and the green place somewhere in the 9th floor is quite refreshing and beautiful. There are pools for kids too called the 'baby pool'.

Jaypee Siddharth, Rajendra Place:

 Jaypee Siddharth recreates an old world charm, without sacrificing comfort and grandness. It is popular among foreigners. But the restaurant Eggspectation and  Tapas Lounge bar are popular to the locals as well, because they serve good foods and drinks. Moreover the decor makes you feel that you are in some special place.

At Tapas Bar Lines on the floors and roofs stands out as strong elements of design along with the warm, orange color.It's a blend of contemporary glamour with old world's grandness.   

A nice swimming pool in front of the building.
All the rooms have wooden floors, wooden chairs and wooden tables. At one of corners by the glass window is a chair and a stylish Dickens's wooden table, with a tall lamp by its side. Forget owning, sitting on such table drives your creativity to some extend.


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