The Oberoi, New Delhi, is back! After 21 long months and Rs 600 crore spent on refurbishment, the Oberoi is ready to welcome visitors back from January 1, 2018. The hotel will offer 220 rooms, including 34 suites, that are a contemporary interpretation of Lutyens' architecture. Marble bathrooms, polished teak wood floors, oak wood desks; the elegance oozes luxury. Every room has stunning views of the sprawling Delhi Golf Course and Humayun's Tomb, a UNESCO world heritage site. What's important is that the hotel is well equipped with state of the art clean air technology that promises air quality at par with global standards.
For the hungry, the completely redesigned threesixty° main restaurant will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. Omya, the speciality Indian restaurant, is mentored by acclaimed chef, Alfred Prasad, while chef Andrew Wong mentors at Baoshuan, the rooftop Chinese restaurant. Cirrus9, a new open-air rooftop bar, promises to excite.
Guests can also enjoy a specially curated selection of wines from Enoteca, the temperature controlled wine cellar at the lobby. The Club Bar serves a wide range of premium international alcoholic beverages and a new Cigar Lounge offers the finest selection of cigars.
For the business-minded patrons, there are seven meeting rooms and two private offices. Events and conference facilities include a ballroom that can accommodate up to 300 guests and three spacious banquet venues for personal and professional events.
The Oberoi Spa, heated indoor and outdoor swimming pools and a 24 hour fitness centre makes the revamped hotel a must-visit destination.
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