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Bajaj Indian Home Stay
8A/34 W.E.A 110005 Delhi India
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Description Bajaj Indian Home Stay
Bajaj Indian Home Stay aims to offer its guests a blend of traditional guest house and an authentic home stay experience in the home of a local family. The accommodation is located in the popular shopping district of Karol Bagh to the Northwest of the centre of New Delhi and close to the Rajendra Place and Karol Bagh Metro stations from which travellers can reach the centre of the city in just a few minutes.
This family-owned accommodation offers en-suite accommodation with European-style toilets and either bath or shower. Other room facilities include fridge, multi-channel television, room safe, telephone, wi-fi and air conditioning. Room service is available round the clock and prices include a complimentary breakfast.
Each of the ten rooms is individually decorated to a high standard and named (or dedicated) to a Hindu god or religious figure. Double and twin-bedded rooms are available and a meeting room with a capacity of up to 30 people can also be hired for conferences or business meetings. Residents have a communal lounge available for their use as well as a roof-top juice bar and peaceful roof terrace.
Bajaj Home Stay can arrange travel and currency exchange.
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