Accomodation : Le Royal Club room guests are provided complimentary use of our small meeting rooms for up to two hours, subject to availability.
Number of Guest Rooms: 358
Number of Meeting Spaces: 7
Restaurants & Lounges :The One, our all day dining restaurant and bar, serves international cuisine and a sumptuous buffet for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
Caffe e Chocol Art :
Cuisine: Cocktails & Snacks
Le Méridien New Delhi’s restaurants offer a range of fine Indian, Chinese and continental cuisine.
Features & Activities :
Le Meridien New Delhi’s spa, Amatrra, is a unique concept facility that combines the time-tested ancient Indian science of Ayurveda and Astroscience (“Astroveda”) with global 21st-century technology and equipment to create, harmonise, and balance individual energy in a spa experience.
Amatrra offers a unique, prescriptive approach of spa regimens and therapies.
Meetings & Events :
Le Méridien New Delhi offers state of the art conference facilities and a business centre, within close proximity to the major commercial districts and the leading Convention and Exhibition Centre. Offering approximately 20,200 square feet of total conferencing area, our facilities include two Ballrooms (Sovereign 1 and Sovereign 2), and six meeting rooms for a total of eight meeting spaces.
Location : Le Méridien New Delhi is situated two kilometers from Rashtrapati Bhawan – the home of the President of India, the Presidential Palace, Parliament House, and Connaught Place. Our city center hotel is set amidst the most enthralling shopping and entertainment districts in New Delhi.
Address : Windsor Place New Delhi, New Delhi, India
Tel No. : +91-11- 23710101 , Fax : +91-11- 371 6996
Website : www.starwoodhotels.com
Le Meridien New Delhi is a city of history and prodigy. Not far from Agra – the site of the world’s most striking tribute to love, the Taj Mahal – and encircled by forests with 5,000-year-old stone temples still intact, the city is home to the eminent Red Fort Palace and the Yamuna, one of the most established rivers in Hinduism.