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Hotels in Delhi - Enjoy Luxurious Vacations with Godwin Deluxe in Delhi

Where the age-old Indian tradition of "Atithi Devo Bhava" which means "Guest is God" a way of life & where everyone is committed to taking guests to reverential heights. " Welcome to grandeur & luxury"
Our hotel is luxury hotel in delhi with all types of facilities. The Godwin Hotels are original, contemporary, boutique hotel in delhi, providing a point of calm and inspiration in the urban hub. This centrally located collection of 3 star deluxe hotel in delhi offers inspiring design, refreshing people, rejuvenating spaces, innovative dining, sensuous entertainment, instant connectivity and edgy art, balancing mind and body, work and play.So, rejuvenate your body by staying at the multi-facilitated hotels in Delhi.
Delhi hotels are the luxurious properties, which are truly up to the expectations of the worldwide guests.

Hotel Godwin Deluxe introduces itself as one of the best Hotel of Delhi having 26 rooms, with all modern facilities and decorated with local touch. Lavish accommodation complete with all modern amenities, stylish interiors, Private Bay windows with Indian Sittings, personalized services elevates the experience at hotel to heavenly heights.

Our Roof Top Restaurant with The Glass Roof and walls has made Indian cuisine immensely popular among foreign Traveler and People of India. Even foreign guests enjoying traditional Delhi Style, North Indian, Chinese, Tan door cuisines at our restaurants.
We are 24 Hours open to welcome our guests at Restaurants or you can enjoy 24 Hours our Room service also.

This is the city of different worlds. Old delhi, all fabulous frenzy and crumbling splendor was once the capital of Islamic india.the british built spacious ,gracious New Delhi as their imperial capital. and even newer Delhi endlessly throws up shops,offices ,hotels and apartment blocks,chuncks of could be anywhere modernity.

last years have been seen impressive developments in preparation for the common wealth games.epic new infrastructure includes a 160 acre games village and the gleaming new metro.
But look past delhi ‘s less loveable elements, and you will find it littered with glittering jewels. Like a subcontinental  Rome, india’s capital is punctuated by ruins and monuments, vestiges of lost empires. There are magnificent museums, temples and mosques, and a cultural life to satisfy the hungriest vulture. Plus,shopaholics- you are home : all the riches of india twinkle in delhi’s emporium ,from exquisite shawls to jootis from jaipur.
That’s by no means the end of delhi’s sensory extravaganza. Prepare yourself to someone of the subcontinent’s finest food, from piled high pizzas to sublime south Indian dosas (savoury crepes).and the famous dilli –ka-chaat ( Delhi street food) which’rather like the city itself jumbles up every flavor in one bite.

New Delhi and Around
RAJPATH ( Kingsway) is the imposing approach to new delhi.it hosts the huge republic day parade every 26 jan and the beating of the retreat on 29 january.
Raj appointed English architect Edwin lutyens constructed new delhi between 1914 and 1931,when the british moved their capital here from Calcutta.his designs were intended to spell out in stone the might of the British empire.
Humaayun’s Tomb.dont miss this,delhi’s most sublime sight. A beautiful example of of early mughal architecture , this tomb was build in the middle of 16th century by haji begum,the Persian born senior wife of the second mughal emperor humayun . The tomd Persian style to delhi but the two tone combination of red stone and white marble is entirely local, showing the complementary merging the cultures.
Puarana qila
With the massive walls and impressive gate ways,purana qilla was built by afghan ruler sher shah during his reign ( 1538-45) before the emperor humayun regained control of india.
Entering from the south gate you will see the grace ful octagonal,red sanstone  tower,the sher mandal,later used by humayun as a library.

Gandhi Smriti
This poignant memorial is where mahatma Gandhi was shot dead by hindu zealot on 30 january 1948. Concrete footsteps represent gandhi’s final steps and lead to the spot where he died,which is marked by small pavilion known as martyr’s column. The impressive indoor museum has photographs,paintings,and dioramas depicting scenes from gandhi’s life.

Crafts Museum
Opposite purana qilalies this tree shaded treasure trove of museum.the galleries contain more than 20,000 exhibits from around india,including metalware,woodwork,old silver jewellery,tribal masks,paintings,terracotta figurines,and rich coloured textiles.

National Zoological Garden
Popular with families and courting couples, this is india’s biggest zoo. It’s a bit forlorn in the way of zoos, but there are white Bengal tigers,Himalayan black bears,rhinos,hippos,wolves,elephants,giraffes and some spectacular birds.
Lotus temple
This extraordinary temple is shaped like the sacred lotus flower .designed by Iranian-canadian architect fariburz sahba in 1986,it has 27 immaculate white marble petals,the bahai philoshphy revolves around universal peace and elimination of prejudice and adherents of all faiths are welcome to pray or meditate silently according to their own religion .

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