The capital of India, Delhi has been continuously inhabited since the 6th century BCE and has served as a capital of various kingdoms and empires throughout its history. In the 1920s it was completely redesigned by Sir Edwin Lutyens and Sir Herbert Baker. Nowadays, Delhi is a bustling metropolis; a vibrant centre of international arts and culture, and a thriving commercial hub.
An incomparable hotel for business or pleasure, The Oberoi, New Delhi, enjoys views of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Humayun’s Tomb on one side and a calming view of the forested golf course on the other. It is a storied landmark and a celebrated example of Oberoi’s reputation for taking care of its guests.
The contemporary interpretation of Sir Edwin Lutyens' New Delhi in the interiors combines with a state of the art clean air technology offering the healthiest air in the city. Eloquently detailed throughout its public spaces, with superlative rooms, restaurants and guest facilities, this is a city hotel perfectly conceived for work or play.
The Oberoi, Dr. Zakir Hussain Marg, New Delhi 110003, India
New Delhi Airport
Located in northern India, Delhi is both a state and the capital city of India. Delhi, along with some of its neighbouring satellite cities, together form the National Capital Region.
The Oberoi, New Delhi is located approximately thirty five minutes from the international and domestic airports. It is close to embassies, the central business district of Connaught Place, fashionable Khan Market, sprawling Lodhi Gardens, Delhi Golf Course and Humayun’s Tomb.
The Oberoi , New Delhi air purification systems assure air quality on par with global best standards
PM 2.5 Level in microgram per cubic meter
*The air quality index mentioned above is inside rooms & suites only.
Choose from 220 rooms and suites with spacious walk in closets, Italian marble bathrooms, teak floors and oak wood desks. Breathe easy with state of the art air purification systems that assure air quality on par with global best standards.
From the classic to the casual, from the Oriental to modern authentic Indian,
there is much to delight the palate at The Oberoi, New Delhi.
Akin to a fashionable drawing room for our esteemed clientele, 360° is the perfect space for breakfast, lunch or dinner with business associates, family or friends. Take your pick of European, Japanese, Thai and Indian food made just the way you like it by Oberoi chefs in their live kitchens. Raise a toast with a perfectly paired fine wine or cocktail. Sit back and enjoy our attentive, unobtrusive...
Omya’s culinary philosophy is by the acclaimed London based Chef Alfred Prasad, India’s youngest ever recipient of a Michelin Star, and whose menu here pays tribute to the culinary evolution of the Indian subcontinent. Let us take you on a gastronomic journey bursting with authentic flavours and subtle twists. The restaurant decor creates an ambience that reflects the menu, with three tandoori ovens,...
The menu at our Chinese rooftop restaurant has been designed by the Michelin star Chef Andrew Wong. It is a culinary symphony that captures the beauty and complexities of Chinese cuisine. From Cantonese to spicy Szechwan; modern dishes from various regions of China, with a special focus on sharing plates. All coupled with our intuitive service to make your dining experience a distinctly Oberoi pleasure....
Take some creative cocktails and add an eclectic international food menu. Mix with some specially curated music poured over unrivalled views of the forested golf course and UNESCO World Heritage Humayun's Tomb. Add plenty of warm, attentive hospitality and you must be at Cirrus 9, the fashionable rooftop bar at The Oberoi, New Delhi. Dress code: We request that gentlemen wear full length trousers...
Wind down after a busy day working or sightseeing with some expertly mixed cocktails, premium spirits or beers. Or step into Enoteca, the temperature controlled wine cellar adjacent to 360°, and take your pick from our 1,200 bottles of old and new world wine.
Our intimate bar and cigar lounge have been carefully designed as comfortable, luxurious spaces for you to discuss business over a drink, or relax with family and friends. A deep red and maroon colour palette, rich wood wall panels, brass features and hand knotted rugs lend a classic ambience, while intuitive, personalised service lends a distinctly Oberoi flavour. New Delhi's first exclusive indoor...
Our award winning patisserie and delicatessen is a vast space filled with hand crafted cakes and desserts, breads, pies and pastries baked fresh throughout the day, homemade single origin chocolates, imported meats and cheeses, homemade pasta, condiments and more. These can be gift wrapped for someone special, taken home, or enjoyed here over a coffee, loose leaf tea, fresh juice, wine or fine champagne....
Our spa, swimming pool and fitness centre in New Delhi provide the perfect escape from a busy schedule and the rush of a bustling city.
The Oberoi Spa We offer holistic treatments that include Aromatherapy, Eastern, Western and signature Oberoi massage. To relax, revitalise and rejuvenate the mind, body and spirit.
Swimming Pool Relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of business or sightseeing in our heated indoor and outdoor pools.
Fitness Centre Equipped with a range of cardiovascular and weights machines. Exclusively for our resident guests, the centre is attended by a personal trainer 24 hours a day.
Discover the history of the seven cities of Delhi, or the secrets of Indian cooking. A guided shopping tour and relaxing spa treatments. Take your pick and help us create lasting memories for you.
There is so much more to Indian food than just curry. Tantalise your senses and discover the secrets of Indian cooking with an Oberoi chef. Learn how to craft delicious dishes that could easily have come from an Indian family kitchen. Take home recipes and cook up memories of your time with us. Includes an optional guided walk through the spice markets of Old Delhi with a spice expert. Timing 4.00pm to 6.00pm.
Take a private guided tour through enchanting stories, the vast boulevards, pavilions and fountains of...
For those who love to shop. Take a tour of Delhi’s best shopping spots with a private shopping guide who will take you exactly where you want to go. Rifle through fabrics, be dazzled in jewellery houses, discover chic design houses, and more. Our Luxury Experience Manager would be happy to customise a shopping itinerary just for you. Note: All entrance fees and purchases are extra.
A ‘not to be missed’ peek into the spiritual heart of Delhi and its rich tradition of religious diversity. Your tour includes travel in a luxury car with an expert guide and encompasses Laxmi Narayan Temple, Sacred Heart Cathedral, Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, and Judah Hyam Synagogue. Your guide will offer insightful stories of the origin and core values of these religions and how they have enriched the Indian social system.
A few more good reasons for you to stay with us.
As one would expect, there is much to see in the country’s capital city.
Red Fort (Lal Qila) is an architectural masterpiece; an ancient fort enclosed within vast red sandstone walls, from which it derives its name. The Red Fort was the main seat of the Mughal emperors for almost two centuries, as well as the ceremonial and political centre of the State. Inside the vast enclosure lie fortified gates, the imperial residences, a step well, baths and gardens.
India Gate is a magnificent sandstone memorial arch (138 feet/42 metres high) engraved with the names of the 90,000 Indian soldiers who lost their lives in World War One. Standing tall and serene at one end of Rajpath, the memorial is a wonderful sight to behold from every aspect as you drive around the busy ring road that is India Gate Circle. Stand at India Gate looking down Rajpath and you will see the magnificent Rashtrapati Bhawan (the President’s House).
At Akshardham temple, ancient Indian architectural styles from across the subcontinent have been used to convey timeless traditions and spiritual messages. Spanning 100 acres, the temple complex includes a main monument which weighs 3,000 tonnes and features 148 scale sized elephants. There is also a hall of virtues, a theatre and a boat ride through 10,000 years of India’s heritage.
Qutab Minar is the second highest minar (tower) in India. An impressive 240 feet (73 metres) of red sandstone and white marble, it was commissioned by the first Sultan of Delhi in 1193, who sadly never got to see it in its full glory, as it took almost 200 years to complete. The tower has 349 steps. It is no longer open for the public to climb, but is a fantastic place to visit and photograph. Note: Qutab Minar is open from 10.00am to 5.00pm, every day except Sunday.
For which we thank our guests and our people.