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Hyatt Regency Delhi
Bhikaji Cama Place, Ring Road Delhi 110066 Delhi India
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Description Hyatt Regency Delhi
The Hyatt Regency Delhi is a 5-star luxury hotel, located in an up-market area of southern New Delhi just 20 minutes from the city centre and 25 minutes from the International Airport. The U-shaped hotel is 7 floors high and wraps around the gardens and the outdoor pool.
The hotel has 520 rooms and suites ranging in size from the 25 sq.m 'King' rooms up to the 229 sq.m. Presidential Suite. Rooms have granite bathrooms, work desks, large televisions, minibars, tea and coffee making facilities, internet access and room safes. 24 hour room service is available.
The hotel has a very large fitness centre with personal trainers and modern equipment as well as a spa, a swimming pool, tennis courts, sauna and whirlpool. A business centre is available and conference and meeting rooms can be hired. There's no need to leave the hotel to enjoy shops and a beauty parlour. The hotel's restaurants offer Chinese, Indian, Italian and 'Oriental' options as well as a cafe and in-room dining.
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