About the Hotel

 Reckoned amongst Asia’s finest hotels, The Imperial is a legend that offers a unique experience embracing facets of India’s history.  The 24 king palms, that lead up to the porch, stand a witness to the creation of New Delhi.  Conceptualized in 1934 by Blomfield and inaugurated by Lord Willingdon in 1936, it was in Lutyen's scheme of things to build the most luxurious hotel in New Delhi. As New Delhi’s Landmark Hotel, it is located on Janpath, the erstwhile Queensway. It is steps away from the renowned shopping district and major city attractions.

FACTS
 Address : The Imperial Janpath New Delhi – 110011  Phone: 011-23341234  Fax: 011-23342255  E-Mail: luxury@theimperialindia.com  Hotel Area: 8 acres (3 acres of Garden area)  30 Kms from the International Airport  22 Kms from the Domestic Airport  Known to be the only Museum Hotel in the country with over 5000 paintings in the hotel.

The Atrium

History of The Imperial
 The Imperial is an ode to India’s independence from the British Raj and was built as a jewel in the crown of the outgoing rulers. The Imperial boasts a rich historical past with an awe-inspiring heritage and a truly international appeal.  The Imperial was built and run by S.B.S. Ranjit Singh, son of R.B.S. Narain Singh who was honoured by the British Government for his commendable work on 1911’s Coronation Durbar where New Delhi was declared the new Capital of India.  It was Lady Willingdon who gave the name ‘The Imperial’ to the Hotel and conferred the Lion Insignia upon the Hotel.

The Lobby Level Floor

FACILITIES AT A GLANCE
 Residential 231 rooms – 188 rooms and 43 suites Food & Beverage 1911 1911 Brasserie San Gimignano The Spice Route Daniell’s Tavern The Atrium Patisserie – La Baguette Bars Patiala Peg, 1911 Bar Leisure & Entertainment Shopping precinct including India’s first and only Chanel store. Fitness Centre, Swimming Pool, Beauty Salon and Barber Shop, Live entertainment at Daniell’s Tavern, Art Galleries.  5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.  13.  16. 

 Museums, Historical monuments and Shopping (nearby).

 Meetings, conventions & Events  Royal Ballroom, Emily Eden Room, Hodges Room, a private meeting room for 6 persons on request, The Imperial Lawns.

 Gardens & Courtyards  Three acres of lush greens, Royal palms

Tariff Sheet
ROOMS: Imperial Room(Single/Double) 550/575  Heritage Room(Single/Double) 750/775 US$

US$

Suites
SUITE TYPE HERITAGE SUITE DECO SUITE EMILY EDEN SUITE LUTYEN’S SUITE ROYAL IMPERIAL SUITE TOTAL INVENTORY 17 22 1 RATE IN USD USD 2000 USD 1000 USD 2200 USD 2200 USD 3000 USD 4000

HODGES SUITE 1 1 1

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Dining
         The Spice Route – South-East Asain cuisine 1911 – Multi cuisine 1911 Brasserie – French cuisine 1911 Bar San Gimignano – Italian Cuisine Daniell’s Tavern – Indian Cuisine Patiala Peg La Baguette – Pastry shop The Atrium

SUMMER ATTRACTIONS
 1911: A tranquil verandah overlooking lush lawns, a new menu with the additions like Mediterranean, Ratatouille Lasagne, Mango Yougurt Gateau & old favorites.  ATRIUM: Tradiional High Tea with scones, sandwiches, elegant pastries & more accompanied by a range of gourmet tea & coffee.

 BRASSERIE: Trendy French Dining with a twist, a delicate menu for summertime prepared by Chef Kenny like foie gras cooked with caramalized mango, an extensive wine list & much more.  THE SPICE ROUTE: An award winnig restaurant ith authentic art, a menu with fresh seasonal mang in every course, a mix of spices & unique flavor & a selection of fine beverages.

The Entrance to the Bar

The1911 Bar

Banquets & Meetings
 Royal Ballroom  Emily Eden & Hodges Rooms

The Hodges

Relaxation
 The Imperial SPA  Swimming Pool And Fitness

SWOT
     Strengths Brand Strength Location Profile of Clientele Boutique Hotel Historical Value Opportunities Could Reposition itself in the Indian Market to attract Indian Clientele during Off-Season Banquets Could be More Actively Marketed. Weakness  Stand-alone Property  Rigidity of Staff

Threats No Apparent Threats

Awards
  Spice Route rated as one of the10 Best Restaurants in the world by Forbes Magazine. World Travel Awards The Imperial has been recognized as ‘The Leading Hotel of India’ by the esteemed “World Travel Award”. Preferred Hotel Group Preferred Hotel Group’s Best Outstanding Hotel Asia Pacific 2005. The Imperial has been presented with the Preferred Hotel Group’s Best Outstanding Hotel Asia Pacific award at the Preferred Summit Singapore. SATTE Award - 2005. The Imperial is the winner of the SATTE 2005 Award in the category of 'Creating Brands - Luxury Hotels.' The recognition has been conferred upon The Imperial for being a benchmark for excellence in the industry. Five Star Diamond Award - 2004, 2005 The Imperial is the first recipient in India of the prestigious Five Star Diamond Award, presented by The American Academy of Hospitality Sciences. The National Tourism Award in India Department of Tourism, Government of India, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 and 2000.  

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