Delhi is one of the most fascinating cities in India. From a touristic perspective, I’d definitely prefer visiting Delhi over Mumbai oder Bengaluru. Sadly, I didn’t have all that much time to explore the city, which is why this city guide is one of the shorter ones on traveluxblog. You can find more content about Delhi on our city page! Delhi has a very rich history, but also a lot of monument… Read More
The Air India Lounge Delhi is one of four Star Alliance Lounges at the airport. While there is also a domestic lounge, this review features the international Air India Lounge Delhi. The lounge itself looks quite nice, but the buffet is relatively lackluster for an international lounge. You can find more content about Delhi on our city page! Even though we were actually flying domestic in Air India’s regional Economy, our flight… Read More
JW Marriott Delhi Aerocity is one of the newest luxury hotels in India’s capital. Located in the Aerocity, which hosts many airport hotels, the hotel is just a quick ride away from both, the international and the domestic airport. The ultra-modern rooms and the facilities of the hotel including an outdoor pool and a very nice lounge make JW Marriott Delhi Aerocity one of the properties you should definitely consider for staying… Read More
Transportation in Delhi is one of the biggest problems of the city till today. However, the last years have been a vast improvement. Nowadays, there are five different lines as well as an express line to the airport. Besides the metro, there are also buses, taxis and rickshaws on the streets of Delhi. You can find more content about Delhi on our city page! Delhi as well as most other Indian cities, is… Read More
Almost our last day in India – which we spent discovering (New) Delhi. To our surprise, many cool and impressive buildings can be found throughout the city in contrast to the crazy traffic and polluted air. If you want to read about our day, stay tuned till the city review is released!
After we really enjoyed JW Marriott New Delhi Aerocity, we are a little disappointed by The LaLit New Delhi as especially cleanliness seems to be an issue. What’s your opinion on the design? We’ll release an extensive review in a few weeks!