Europe’s oldest luxury hospitality brand, Kempinski has launched its newest hotel in India’s capital city of Delhi. The newest property is expected to tempt both business and leisure travellers booking flights tickets to the city.

Kempinski Launches Its Newest Property in Delhi

Kempinski Launches Its Newest Property in Delhi, India

Foreign sybarites booking flights tickets to travel to India’s capital city of Delhi have yet another accommodation option made available to them by Europe’s oldest luxury hospitality brand, Kempinski, revealed online sources.

Group’s first independently managed property, Kempinski Ambience Delhi is well connected to the international airport and prominent city centres via road and metro rail network. Though ‘cheap’ may not be the apt word to describe the new property, it has been conceptualised to meet the varied tastes of both business and leisure travellers looking for tickets on flights arriving in India.

The newest retreat features 480 rooms and suites in two towers, connected by a sky bridge. Each guestroom is done with simple, contemporary elegance and feature state-of-the-art facilities and services to offer utmost comforts to sybarites who buy tickets deals on India bound flights.

It features banqueting facilities of over 70,000 sq ft, including India’s largest pillar-less ballroom in a luxury hotel that can accommodate up to 6000 guests. In addition, the hotel also features glass-enclosed bar, the Cherry Bar, two business centres and recreational facilities including an exclusive spa.

The estate also offers its guests access to two fitness centres, a salon and two outdoor heated swimming pools. Furthermore, amongst the dining options are four specialty restaurants: all-day dining restaurant – Café Knosh, an Indian specialty restaurant – Dilli 32, an Asian restaurant – Mei Kun and an Italian restaurant – Casaluna. The unique culinary offerings at the hotel are sure to treat epicureans booking tickets on flights arriving in India and opting to stay here.

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