Maidens Hotel is one of Delhi’s grandest and best-preserved buildings. Its sweeping driveway and grand façade give a clue to its illustrious heritage. Built in 1903 to host the attending dignitaries during the 1903 Durbar, held to celebrate the coronation of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra as Emperor and Empress of India. Peacocks roam the hotel’s lush gardens, and the sound of birdsong fills the air. Maidens Hotel has an outdoor pool and fitness centre and the bedrooms combine traditional colonial architecture with modern facilities for a truly enjoyable stay.
The Garden Terrace serves a lavish international breakfast buffet, and features an al fresco seating area. Named after the former British Viceroy, The Curzon Room is an elegant restaurant open for lunch and dinner, with an a la carte menu of finest Indian cuisine and dishes made popular in the days of the Raj. For a cool beer or a cocktail, the Cavalry Bar is the place to go. Its intimate, cosy atmosphere is enhanced by lounge music, and the daily happy hours are always popular!