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Taj Ambassador, New Delhi - Oasis in the busy district of Delhi: Submitted by: PH Krishnan | Date Added: 6 Mar 2014 Synopsis:

It was a Saturday. I needed one room at Ambassador, New Delhi, but unfortunately the hotel was sold out. I called up GM, Mr. Sumeet Taneja and luckily at his instance got a suite. My suite was huge, comfortable and included immaculate bedding and fresh flowers. The hotel is quite a gem, with staff that truly care. An oasis from the chaos of Delhi, steps from Khan Market (good shopping). Stayed there twice on recent trips, and felt a tug when leaving. The lobby is nice and the staff was fine. The rooms are absolutely enormous. My suite even had a flat plasma screen TV. The bathrooms are enormous too. They had arranged everything according to my preferences including flowers for my morning and evening Puja.

The Hotel Taj Ambassador is one of the most affordable hotels of the Taj group.

A forty minute drive from the airport and you?re greeted by Mr. Agnihotri, Accommodation Manager with a Taj smile. The lobby is what you would expect from a 3 star property in Delhi.

The check in was really quick. In less than five minutes I was unpacking. The suite was decent enough. It had a good sized bed, a sofa and table, mini office chair and desk, a large mirror, a wardrobe with locker, forty inch Samsung LCD TV. The air con was really powerful. The bathroom was really big. It had a huge mirror and bathtub.

The hotel has two restaurants and one bar. A small multi cuisine cum 24/7 coffee shop. Can?t call this one as cozy or star decor. It serves the morning breakfast as well. The breakfast was great, though with limited sumptuous dishes and no live kitchen. I will never forget the dinner I had here. No match among any Vivanta I have visited. The achari fish, Rohan Josht and the works. Simply superb.

They have a gym and a spa (affiliated to mystic) on the fifth floor. It has two techno gym treadmills and two cross trainers along with a couple of free weights. No strength machines. The spa is with limited massage treatments.

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The young staff (many trainees I assume) are always on their toes. Anything you want, it?s a smile Yes Sir and it?s done. They never seem to refuse to anything. I do believe the property has a swimming pool but I not could visit it during my two day stay.

The hotel exterior looked marvelous. All in all a good two day stay which was well worth the money.

The Taj experience is always unique. Whether it?s their five star properties or a three star one. They really know how to take care of a guest. I have been to many hotels across the length and breadth of my great country. This group really knows a guest needs and makes sure every stay is memorable. A group which believes in acquiring historical palaces and converting them into hotels rather than building modern structures. At checkout you would want to come back soon. A feeling very few hotels can offer you.

They didn't have the "extra amenities" like a robe or slippers, but it was very comfortable. The bed was very soft and comfortable. Breakfast was included and it was very good -- buffet style with eggs that you can be ordered separately. We had dinner there as well. It was the best, and they did have a lot of variety and it wasn't that expensive (especially for a Taj hotel).

The building has a colonial feel.

Overall, it was a nice hotel, but over the top in service. If you want space, this is a great choice.

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