Ambassador, New Delhi
Nestled in the aristocratic heart of New Delhi, the Ambassador is a contemporary haven that offers a glimpse into a bygone era. Just a short drive from the international airport, it welcomes both leisure and business travelers into a neighborhood adorned with red-brick facades and vibrant bougainvillea, surrounded by upscale shopping districts, lush gardens, and iconic monuments.
Embracing a blend of British and Art Deco architecture, the Ambassador stands as an INTACH Heritage Building, constructed in 1947—the year India gained independence. This period marked the rise of Lutyens, the British architect behind much of modern New Delhi, making the hotel a haven within the city’s intellectual and cultural epicenter. Infused with a millennial vibe, the hotel holds Green/Sustainability certification and incorporates cheerful design elements into its nostalgia-tinted spaces.
The culinary experience at Ambassador is a testament to the finest in New Delhi. The exclusive Gourmands’ Itinerary allows diners to savor signature dishes from all restaurants in one curated experience, beginning with aperitifs at Insomnia, progressing to colonial-era classics at Yellow Brick Road, and concluding with Cantonese and Szechuan delights at Larry’s China.
The hotel’s versatile banqueting venues are meticulously designed to host flawless events, ranging from corporate meetings and champagne soirees to glamorous weddings. Beyond warm hospitality, guests can explore one of the most distinguished addresses in the country, near the iconic Khan Market. The Ambassador Concierge invites guests to embark on Heritage Walks around the neighborhood and the Delhi Metro Circuit, while feeding pigeons on Lutyens Lawn offers a quintessential vintage Delhi experience. For magical moments, indulge in High Tea on the Terrace and Dinner under the Stars during your stay.
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