The Lodhi (formerly the Aman New Delhi), is Delhi’s hippest hotel. This elegant hotel has only forty rooms and suites in the main building, and is located close to the grand architecture of the British Raj and some of the best shopping.
At a Glance
The most contemporary hotel in Delhi
There are 40 rooms at The Lodhi, each with their own private plunge pool
Enjoy a dip in the long lap pool and relax at the all day Pool Café
Play squash, tennis on one of the all weather courts or for something more holistic, head to the Pilates Studio for Allegro Pilates training
The spa offers a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of the city
Try a spot of laughter yoga in nearby Lodi Park. The Laughter Masters welcome and encourage visitors to join in- great stress busting!Emma Mark
The only hotel in Delhi with plunge pools for every suite on every floor.Scott Dunn team
Go for a walk in the nearby Lodhi Gardens, a lovely green area also home to some architecturally interesting tombsScott Dunn team
You have to check out their 'On the Water Front' Restaurant. The private dining area in the middle of the pond is quite pricey, but well worth it.Jessica Campbell
For the best views across the city, choose a Premier Room as these are located on the higher floors of the hotel.Charlotte Winter
Ask your waiter for a suggestion from the menu. I was served Bhuna Barra Gosht (grilled lamb in a clay pot) and it was absolutely delicious.Charlotte Winter
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to The Lodhi or take a look at our itineraries to Delhi
The rooms and suites at The Lodhi have been designed in an extremely tasteful, contemporary style and are both beautiful and spacious. The entry-level category is immense in its proportions and it becomes hard to believe you are staying in the center of a bustling city when you swim in the large private plunge pool on your terrace.
Beyond the wow-factor rooms, the hotel has three great dining options; an amazingly well presented spa and a health center with tennis courts, squash courts and a Pilates studio making the hotel feel like a real city-based retreat.
What's more, the hotel is conveniently located to the famous Lodhi gardens, Humayun’s Tomb and Khan market, a must for foodies and shoppers alike.
The Lodhi is pure luxury yet never over the top. Service is friendly and attentive but not overbearing. Despite being a city hotel, staying at the Lodhi feels like a very personalized experience and is recommended for those seeking an indulgent city hotel that embodies stylish modern-day India.
The Lodhi offers 40 rooms and suites. The spacious rooms and suites have been designed in a contemporary style drawing their aesthetic references from local materials as well as the architecture and design of the region. Khareda stone quarried in northern India has been chosen for all the floors and is complemented by handmade rugs. All rooms and suites include: private plunge pool, large balcony, King size bed, sofas and chairs, desks, twin vanities, bathtub, separate shower and separate WC.
Children are welcome to come and stay at The Lodhi. However, there are no specific facilities available for them. Babysitting can be arranged upon request.
Elan Restaurant offers delicious cuisine for all whilst the Pool café is popular for food throughout the day. Guests can even enjoy cooking lessons by the pool. In the evening, On the water offers a elegant fine dining experience. Other facilities at the hotel include the spa featuring eight private treatment rooms, hair and beauty salon, two traditional Hammam Steam Baths and Bamboo Garden Relaxation Areas. There is also a swimming pool set beneath a stunning colonnade, gym, tennis, squash, Pilates.
The hotel offers a wealth of cultural experiences in and around the city which will amaze and enthuse. A range of heritage walks takes guests to the sites of archaeological and historical importance. Guests will also get a chance to experience the colorful local markets and visit some of the city's many art museums, not forgetting the many temples and other religious sites to get a feel for the deeply spiritual element of the Indian culture.
Location & Directions
Located on Lodhi Road in the heart of New Delhi, just south of the Delhi Golf Course and adjacent to the medieval Nizamuddin complex.
When to go
Due to temperatures and precipitation, Delhi and much of northern India can be an extreme place to visit during certain months of the year. The hottest months of the year are May and June, during which time temperatures can get up to 40°C. The coldest months are from December until February whilst the monsoon season is from the end of May through to August. During this time although the the temperature cools, the humidity is very high, and rainstorms are frequent. It is not advised to visit during these months. The best season to visit is between October and March when the weather is pleasant and very cool, making it great for sightseeing.