Comfort Inn The President
Strategically located in commercial and trading hub, the hotel is in the vicinity of Delhi Gate minutes away from Connaught Place. It is at small distance from the city’s popular tourist attractions such as Chandni Chowk, Red Fort, 17th-century Mughal mosque Jama Masjid, Rashtrapati Bhawan, India Gate, Parliament House and astronomical observatory Jantar Mantar.
The Hotel offers excellent accommodation and dining facilities for the corporate and leisure traveler. It is conveniently located from business travel for city centre location, satisfies all the requirements and equipped with modern conveniences. It has a multi- cuisine restobars that offers uniquely dynamic dining experience.
|Category ||3 Star|
|Access ||18 Kms from IGI, 1.5 Kms from New Delhi Railway Station |
|Cuisine ||Multi Cuisine |
|Facilities ||Multi cuisine restobar, Wi-Fi, Forex, Business centre |
Comfort Inn The President Hotel, is in the vicinity of "Old Delhi", city built by The Mughal emperor Shahjahan serve as the capital of the Mughal Empire from 1649 to 1857. It is the site of many ancient and medieval monuments, archaeological sites and remains. It is in close proximity to New Delhi, the capital city built during the 1920s. New Delhi is a commercial hub and houses important offices of the federal government, including the Parliament of India. The hotel is also at small distance from the key attractions.
Shopping is always on top of the itinerary chart for any tourist visiting Delhi. There are whole shebang of items of tourist choice, such as jewelry, carpets, handicrafts, precious stones, silks and silver ware - all synonymous with India. It has close proximity to the heart of city Connaught Place and the most popular shopping area Chandni Chowk. A visit to Delhi would be incomplete without a trip to Chandni Chowk. A very well known market, this was once visited by merchants from Turkey, China and even Holland. Connaught Place has a long and distinguished history behind it. Named after the Duke of Connaught, a member of the British royal family, this market was designed by Designed by Robert Tor Russell in collaboration with WH Nicholls. A sprawling circular market, it was the largest of its kind in India at that time.
The British believed that a market in the shape of a horseshoe would prove lucky for both shoppers and shopkeepers. There may be something in that as CP continues to be Delhi’s premier shopping destination even after sixty-five years of its birth. Apart from being the commercial and business hub of Delhi, CP has countless restaurants, watering holes, shops and emporia and cinema halls too