Located in the heart of New Delhi and set amongst the imposing architecture of the diplomatic enclave, the Leela Palace is one of Delhi's best addresses and is already regarded as one of the world’s finest metropolitan hotels. With colonial style architecture that harks back to the finest work of Lutyens, The Leela Palace has world class facilities and service to match and is ideally located for exploring this endlessly fascinating city. Attention to detail is noticeable in every aspect of the hotel.
All rooms at the Leela Palace New Delhi are very spacious (starting from 500sq ft) and they combine modern facilities with an opulence that is un-matched by any hotel in the city. Using rich fabrics and ornate furniture, the rooms offer all you could want in terms of comfort and style. There is a choice of rooms and suites to choose from to suit your preferences.
Grand Deluxe Room: These clean and tidy rooms are equipped with modern day facilities and par excellence service. Creatively designed, a perfect blend of impressive décor, state-of-the-art amenities, these rooms offer commanding views of the city’s skyline.
Premier Room: Re-creating the dramatic royal past, these rooms offer a picturesque view of the iconic Devi statue in the plush greens of the palace.
Royal Premier Room: Inspired by details of the royal design, these rooms are well appointed providing a sweeping view of nature and plush greens at the palace.
Grand Premiere Room: Splendid decor and opulent interiors, these rooms with panoramic views of the city’s skyline offer world class luxury, lavish amenities, latest technology and spacious lounge seating.
Royal suite: Fit for a king, the Royal suite features room with a grand dome that enthralls your aesthetic senses. The suite comprises of a four poster bed, private Jacuzzi and elegant dining space.
The Royal Club Parlour: Treat yourself to a luxury stay at the suites that exude the charm of Lutyen’s architecture and Indian interiors adorning the exclusive art work. The magnificent view overlooking New Delhi adds a distinct charm to it.
Executive Suite: This majestic suite attracts you with its exclusive art work, hand-crafted tapestries, brocades and rich wooden floor. This two-bay suite offers a separate living room, a bedroom and connected bathroom and walk-in wardrobe.
Luxury Suite: The Luxury suite is an oasis of luxury for travelers. These suites comes with an option of stunning views of the well-manicured gardens at the palace with the iconic Devi statue by renowned artist, Satish Gupta and the city’s skyline.
Grande Suite With Pool: Artistically designed in a grand Indian theme these two-bay suites provide an unrivalled experience. The highlight of this suite is the open sky plunge pool that comes with Jacuzzi and can be temperature-controlled with a sitting area around.
Maharaja Suite: The two-bay suite provides the finest tranquil experience. Apart from the modern in–room comforts, the guest can enjoy a private temperature-controlled plunge pool and Jacuzzi that has a seating area overlooking the city’s skyline.
Presidential Suite: An epitome of supreme luxury, the design and décor of the suite personifies the palatial splendor of the royal heritage of India. The eight-bay suite comes a separate bedroom with a spacious walk-in wardrobe and the sprawling bathroom, Jacuzzi, a rain shower head and a couple spa suite.
The award-winning restaurants at The Leela Palace New Delhi combine an innovative design experience with world-class cuisines.
The Qube: Live show kitchen and an eclectic menu from around the world are served at The Qube.
Jamavar: Here the northern and southern Indian cuisine is served at its very best. Experience the authentic tastes of India in an evocative setting.
Le Cirque: New York’s legendary restaurant Le Cirque is now also in New Delhi. It serves the same contemporary French-Italian dishes. Eat at the bar, the main seating area or outside overlooking the city skyline. Take any of the dining rooms over-looking the show kitchen, or book a sought-after place at the exclusive Chef’s Table.
Megu: MEGU the Japanese restaurant is now in New Delhi. It specializes in hand-made tofu, exquisite sushi and sumibi aburiyaki - a grilling technique using Kyoto charcoal known as bincho-tan. The wine list has 400 labels and you can experiment with 10 varieties of sake.
The Library: Her you will find the first edition books, chesterfield chairs, cigars, a whiskey collection, martinis, smoking and non-smoking areas. This is a library for the expert.
The Lobby Lounge: Enjoy your light meals, finger sandwiches, pastries, freshly baked scones, single origin coffees and fine teas in the Edwardian glory of The Lobby Lounge.
Old & New Delhi: Take a full day excursion touring Old and New Delhi, from the Red Fort, Rickshaws through Chandni Chowk, the Jama Masjid Mosque, and Rajpath & Humayun's Tomb. Later visit the New Delhi, the area that British constructed between 1911 and 1931 as their new Imperial capital. Designed by Edwin Lutyens, the city is known for its wide streets and impressive Government buildings.
Culinary Sojourns: The guest has an opportunity to sample the unique and rich cuisines of New Delhi which gives them an insight into the local food culture.