• Airport Hotel Delhi
  • Airport Hotel Delhi
  • Airport Hotel Delhi

About Hotel

Airport hotel delhi is one of the most renowned hotel in delhi which provides accommodation at very reliable prices. This hotel is very near to from Domestic and Internation Airport.

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Opp. IGI Airport (T-1)
Domestic, New Delhi, Mehram Nagar,
Delhi Cantt. - 110037, India
Tel.: +91 - 011 - 25675262, 25675716,25675833

Monday, 28 May 2012

Gurgaon Hotels List

It is not an easy task to give an overview of Gurgaon Hotels. This is primarily due to the fact that this commercial centre in India hosts possibly the maximum number of premium international hotel brands in India. Not only luxury hotels, but average and medium level hotels, bed and breakfast hotels, budget hotels and other varieties of hotels have a ubiquitous presence in the city. And there is an inevitable and inexorable growth for this corporate hub of India at present. This growth momentum equally reflects in the number of new hotels and the classic amenities these hotels provide. The client-base of Gurgaon hotels belong to the heterogeneity of vocations in this industrial city. The difference in levels of the hotels of Gurgaon is essential for the requirements of the diversity of clients. Being a corporate centre, there are corporate executives, IT professionals, lawyers, academicians, entrepreneurs, consultants, contractors, public sector employees, government servants, etc. who avail the service of Gurgaon hotels.

Gurgaon hotels generally fall into some categories. Among these, since the city is a corporate hub, the Five-Star and other luxury hotels assume greater significance.
Among these luxury hotels are:

1) The Bristol Hotel, located next to DLF Qutab Enclave Phase 1
2) Trident Hotel, 443, Udyog Vihar Phase 5
3) Lemon Tree Hotel, 287, Millennium City Center, Sector 29
4) Best Western Resort Country Club, Pashgaon, Mohammedpur Road, Near Manesar
5) Park Premier Hotel, 353/357, Sector-29, City Centre
6) Hotel Park-View International, 8/5, Chander Nagar, Near Government College, Mahrauli Road
7) Hotel Bizzotel, Opposite to Dhingra Motors, Sector 14 Road, 23090(3), Old Delhi Road
8) Royal Retreat, 42, Kusum Marg, DLF City Phase 1
9) The Claramont Hotel and Convention Centre, Aayar Nagar, Mehrauli-Gurgaon Road
10) Galaxy Hotel, National Highway 8, Exit No 8, Sector 15, Part 2
11) Fortune Select Global, Global Arcade, Mehrauli-Gurgaon Road
12) Park Plaza, B Block, Sushant Lok 1
13) The Leela Kempinski, Ambience Island, N H 8, DLF Phase 3
14) Crowne Plaza Hotel, Site II, Sec. 29; etc.

An overview of Gurgaon hotels would reveal that most of these hotels provide world-class amenities such as deluxe executive rooms and suites, high-speed wi-fi enabled Internet access, well-appointed bathrooms, fitness centre, safety and security arrangements having international standards, business centres with secretarial assistance, multi-cuisine restaurants, recreational bar and lounge, conference facilities with audio-visual equipments, currency exchange, baby sitter, beauty saloon, doctor on call, 100% power back-up, health club/fitness centre, transport and travel service, Jacuzzi, sauna and steam room, pillar-less banquet halls, etc.

Martinez is currently working as an expert author about Gurgaon. He writes for Gurgaon and other related topics like Hotel booking in Gurgaon, travel, railways and various other thing.

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Saturday, 5 May 2012

Delhi india hotel accommodation

Five Star Hotels in Delhi: A Perfect Perch for Travelers

Delhi offers a varied range of accommodation option to the travelers who venture into the dazzling city. One can choose an accommodation option depending upon one's budget and requirements. Major hotel chains around the world have chosen Delhi as a site for their five stars. Five Star Hotels in Delhi are acclaimed around the world for their impeccable services. They offer excellent services to their patrons. The amenities provided by them include round the clock room service, a mini bar within the comfort of their room, access to advanced technology. Shopping arcades to hand pick gifts for your loved ones or those special souvenirs are also within the premises of the hotel. Five Star Hotels near Delhi Airport serves a few hundred first class travelers who touch down at the Indira Gandhi International Airport each day. Known for their hospitality clubbed with modern amenities, Five Star Hotels in Delhi offer you a memorable stay and as you check out you will definitely be looking forward to visiting Delhi agai

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Tuesday, 20 March 2012

Delhi India Hotel Accommodation

Are you planning for a vacation with your friends or relatives? Finding a perfect place to stay is the most challenging task that you will have to face. Especially, when you are planning to visit a place where you have never been before. It is very important to check the hotels, its reputation, availability of rooms, facilities and its location before deciding a hotel. New Delhi is now a destination for all sorts of travelers who come for business and tourism. Delhi is the capital of India and people from different parts of the globe travel to India to experience the culture, see monuments and various other attractions. So it is very necessary to have good hotels in New Delhi.

There are various good hotels in New Delhi near Delhi airport which promises good facilities and excellent packages. Travelers who are new to Delhi often find it confusing about selecting a hotel to stay. Actually a good hotel should be a home for you when you are away from home. It should give you all comforts and facilities where you can enjoy and spend your valuable time. Delhi is a crowded city and to find Delhi India hotel accommodation is a daunting task.

Factors that you should keep in mind before checking in to a hotel

Before checking in Delhi India hotel accommodation there are few things that you have to keep in mind. This can assure you a better stay with peace of mind.

• Always find hotels near Delhi airport. This can reduce your travelling time if you have come for any business purpose.
• It should have international standards if hospitality and other facilities
• Check for special packages
• Comfortable rooms with all amenities
• Car rental services
• Online booking facilities

Feel the comfort in your favorite destination

There are so many hotels near Delhi airport which offer all the above mentioned services. Airport hotel is one such destination where all your requirements are met. Airport hotel has been able to provide excellent services in hospitality and has been able to satisfy its customers. It has proved to be a trusted partner for all types of travelers who visit Delhi for various purposes. People who are new to Delhi often find it very comfortable with airport hotel as they do not have to travel long distance to reach the hotel. As well as it has close proximity to various tourist destinations. All these have made Airport Hotel a favorite destination for all tourists who visit Delhi. The culinary experience you can have from the hotel is really exceptional. It is really difficult to find a hotel near Delhi airport with all these distinct facilities and services

It is always better to make a study about the hotel you are going to stay by visiting their website. Also look for the online booking facility and customer support. Airport hotel in New Delhi has an excellent website where you will be provided with all the information regarding the hotel. You are able to do prior booking of your rooms through online services and enjoy your stay with out any hassles. They will let you know about various packages and offers which will help you to save money.

Wednesday, 14 March 2012

Govt says Boeing to pay over USD 500 mln to Air India

Boeing Co has agreed to pay little over USD 500 million as compensation to state-run carrier Air India for delayed aircraft delivery, a senior government official told reporters on the sidelines of an industry event.

Cash-strapped Air India is negotiating for more compensation from Boeing, said Prashant Sukul, joint secretary, ministry of civil aviation.

Deliveries on the national carrier's 2005 order for as many as 50 long-range Boeing jets worth about USD 6 billion has been delayed by more than three years.

Last month a source had told Reuters Air India was seeking nearly USD 1 billion from Boeing to compensate for the delays Read More

Kingfisher Air to cut back overseas flights

(Reuters) - Kingfisher Airlines will cut back its overseas flights as the debt-crippled and cash-strapped carrier looks to slash costs and attract funding from wary bankers and sceptical investors.

Cutting its costly and loss-making international flights is seen as a necessary step by industry analysts if Kingfisher is to salvage its flagging business. It might not however, be enough to bring bankers back to the table.

"This is absolutely a good move by Kingfisher and an overdue one," said an aviation equity analyst in Mumbai. "There was no scale in the overseas business and it was bleeding cash. But until there is an upturn in the domestic business too, bankers will still stay away."

Shares in the airline rose as much as 3 percent after the news it was cutting its loss-making overseas operations, which analysts had been advocating for some time. The shares later retreated to fall 0.5 percent. The stock has lost around 57 percent of its value since last April.

Kingfisher, which has slashed its operations as pilots have walked out and authorities froze its bank accounts, said in a statement it is urgently searching for working capital. Foreign investors have shown an interest in the carrier, it added.

"We would like to confirm that we are curtailing our wide-body overseas operations that are bleeding heavily," the airline said on Wednesday, adding that it had already returned one Airbus A330-200 to its UK lessor as a result.

Wide-body aircraft are used by Kingfisher to fly to the UK, Thailand, Singapore, Dubai and Hong Kong. The airline provided no details on its international flights to regional destinations such as Sri Lanka.

"Positive and immediate action is being taken on all fronts to cut costs," the airline said.

Kingfisher posted a loss of $90 million in the quarter to end-December. International operations accounted for more than 70 percent of the airline's losses before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization during the quarter.

The carrier, which has never turned a profit, has become the poster child of India's struggling airline industry that is saddled with high fuel costs, stiff competition and low fares.

The airline, which has debt of about $1.3 billion, needs at least $400 million soon to keep flying, according to the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation, an industry consultancy Read More

Thursday, 1 March 2012

Delhi: Kingfisher Airlines

New Delhi: The ground staff and technicians of cash-strapped Kingfisher Airlines at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport are on a strike.

Thursday is the second day of their strike against non-payment on salaries for months.

Kingfisher Airlines, owned by Indian liquor baron Vijay Mallya, is in talks with two foreign carriers, including International Airlines Group (IAG), the owner of British Airways and Iberia, for a potential rescue package, a report said.

This could pave the way for IAG to take a minority stake in the troubled Indian airline, a report by 'The Times' said.

Earlier, State Bank of India (SBI), the lead lender to Kingfisher Airlines said it will not consider any fresh loans for the debt-laden carrier until it raises new equity itself.

Tuesday, 28 February 2012

Hike in airport charges won’t affect airlines: DIAL

New Delhi: Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) today justified seeking an eight-time hike in airport charges, saying it would not affect the airlines much and would help the Airports Authority of India (AAI) gain more revenue.

“If the proposed hike of 774 percent by DIAL is approved by Airports Economic Regulatory Authority, then the aeronautical charges would increase only by 100-150 percent for various airlines,” DIAL CFO Siddarth Kapur told PTI here.

In the past five years, Delhi airport alone has contributed about Rs 2,200 crore to AAI

“This would not be too high, as currently Delhi and Mumbai airports have the least charges among the top 50 airports of the world,” he said.

At a meeting here last month, airline representatives including those from Air India and several major foreign carriers, had opposed the hike proposed by DIAL saying Delhi was a profitable airport but it was badly structured.

The representatives, who also belonged to Lufthansa, Air France, British Airways, Emirates Singapore Airlines and Cathay Pacific, had said the increase would lead to a drastic fall in number of passengers.

Countering the arguments, Kapur said the demand for such a hike in aeronautical charges was “not to earn supernormal profits … These are reasonable charges as these have not been increased in the last ten years, except once by 10 percent in 2009.”

He said it was being sought as per the concessionaire agreement signed with the government and claimed that the User Development Fee (UDF) would rise by an average of only about Rs 400-500.

The DIAL official said the increase will not only help the airport operator which has registered a loss of Rs 1,300 crore since it took over the Delhi airport from the AAI in 2006, but also help the state-run airports body to earn more revenue.

As per the estimates, after the revision of current aeronautical tariff by 774 percent, the AAI — which earned Rs 581 crore in the FY 2010-11, would earn about Rs 2,800 crore by financial year 2013-14 from Delhi airport itself.

The AAI has emerged as a major beneficiary of the public-private-partnership deals of Mumbai and Delhi airports, Kapur said, adding, it has 45.99 per cent and 38.7 percent revenue share in DIAL and Mumbai International Airport Limited (MIAL) respectively.

For financial year 2011, AAI has earned Rs 462 crore as navigational revenue from Delhi compared to Landing and Parking charges for DIAL which stood at Rs 337 crore, as per their annual report.

The revenue share from DIAL and MIAL was helping AAI to fund the growth of other metro and non-metro airports like Kolkata and Chennai. The project cost for modernisation of Kolkata airport is Rs 1,617 crore while for Chennai Rs 1,808 crore. Of the total of Rs 3,425 crore, 65 percent of the total fund has been accrued from the revenue share from DIAL alone.

In the past five years, Delhi alone has contributed about Rs 2,200 crore to AAI which can be used to building a terminal of 22 million passengers capacity, the official said. DIAL is also mandated to build a new Air Traffic Control (ATC) tower at the cost of Rs 350 crore.