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Grand Park Inn
1041/17, Abdul Rahman Road, Naiwalan Delhi 110005 India
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Description Grand Park Inn
Grand Park Inn is a three-star hotel in the busy and popular Karol Bagh district of central New Delhi. The hotel offers a choice of double, twin and triple bedded rooms as well as family rooms and a suite.
All rooms have European-style en-suite bathrooms with hot and cold water ensured due to the back-up generator. Rooms have television and telephone as well as ceiling fans.
There is a business centre and a small conference room. Same day laundry service is available and the hotel can help with travel arrangements from car hire and airport and railway transfers to ticketing and reservations and local sightseeing tours. They can also help with arrangements for tours to other Indian cities. The front desk is manned 24 hours per day and can offer money exchange and safe deposit boxes.
The hotel is surrounded by shops and restaurants and is a short walk to Karol Bagh Metro station. Connaught Place is just 2 km away and the international airport is 18 km from the hotel.
- Grand Park Inn
- 1041/17, Abdul Rahman Road, Naiwalan
- 110005 Delhi
- Telephone: +91(11)45081841
- Official Homepage
- American Express
Room features Grand Park Inn
- Bathroom with shower
- Windows that open
- Air conditioning
- Satellite TV
- Small lounge
- Cable TV
Hotel features Grand Park Inn
- Entrance hall/ lobby
- Porter service
- Conference rooms
- 24-hour reception
- Laundry service
- Room service
- 24-hour room service
- Car rental at the hotel
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