The Trident Gurgaon
Delhi, Delhi and the North, India
At a Glance
Beautifully designed surroundings - seven acres of landscaped gardens, walkways, courtyards, reflection pools and fountains
Very dramatic main lobby with soaring ceilings and the open brackdrop of outdoor water fountain feature
Great restaurant choice - Komi is a fine Japanese cuisine restaurant and serves wonderful sushi and sashimi with teriyaki
A lovely hotel with a real resort feel - a good place to finish your vacation, for a few days to just relax
Best time to Visit
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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.
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The Trident Gurgaon is located close to the financial center of Gurgaon, a satellite city of Delhi. Sister hotel of the Oberoi Group, this is Trident's flagship property. A modern, architectural hotel expect a tastefully design with great facilities.
Set in seven acres of landscaped gardens, The Trident Gurgaon offers a delightfully peaceful environment, conveniently located close to the airport, the shopping centers of Gurgaon and Delhi's most famous sites.
There are 136 rooms and suites at The Trident Gurgaon, all with air conditioning and featuring king size or twin beds. Each room boasts views overlooking the gardens or reflection pool. Enjoy the resort-like experience during your stay here.
Delhi is abuzz with restaurants but for those who wish to dine in the hotel, the Cilantro restaurant serves world cuisine with an emphasis on Italian, Mediterranean, South East Asian and Indian. Elsewhere, the Saffron restaurant serves fine Indian cuisine whilst Konomi offers a taste of Japan.
The spa at The Trident Gurgaon is set in stunning surroundings and offers treatments based on Aromatherapy, Ayurveda and Western techniques. This hotel is a great option for a short stay en-route to another destination in India or a last stop before departing and is proof that a hotel on the outskirts of a large city does not have to be bland.
Surrounded by landscaped gardens, walkways, courtyards, reflection pools and fountains, the Trident Gurgaon offers 129 rooms and 7 suites.
Children are very welcome to come and stay at The Trident Gurgaon. However, there are no facilities available, except babysitting which can be arranged upon request.
Services at the hotel include wired and wireless internet access, currency exchange, laundry and valet service, doctor and babysitter on request.
Facilities at the Trident include three restaurants serving International, Indian, and Japanese food. There are two bars the Main Bar and the Pool Bar, a heated swimming pool, a fitness center, a spa by Angsana and a beauty salon.
The hotel offers complimentary use of the swimming pool and fully equipped fitness center. Spa treatments are charged at an additional cost. Some of the sights located nearby include the India Gate, the Humayun Tomb, Purana Qila and Rashtrapati Bhawan, designed by Lutyens where the Viceroy once lived and now the official residence of the President of India.
Arthur Pope (Staff)
The Trident Gurgaon makes for a lovely introduction to Delhi. The entire staff are very welcoming, and unfailingly polite. They are able to give you a lot of context for greater Delhi, Gurgaon, and the Trident. This property features gorgeous architecture and landscaping, easily appreciable even at night. The rooms are clean, comfortable, and tastefully appointed. We also highly recommend the complimentary breakfast buffet meal from Cilantro. Everything there is well prepared. Again and again, the staff shine at this location- they're so warm and knowledgeable. All in all an excellent choice for an excellent location.
Charlotte Winter (Staff)
If you're catching an early flight or arriving into Delhi late at night, The Trident is a great option as its in close proximity to the airport. The facilities available at the property, such as the swimming pool and spa, are excellent and really allow the guest to relax away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The property is contemporary in design and, similarly to the Oberoi, offers excellent service throughout.
Dominic Atterton (Staff)
Gurgaon is the business district which has sprung up on the outskirts of Delhi and is home to the Trident Hotel. Located only 20 minutes or so from the airport it is a convenient stopover and that was really all I was expecting from it. How wrong I was. The hotels architecture is what really makes it feel special. From the huge body of water you are greeted by on arrival to the striking design of its barless bar the whole hotel has a very unique feel completely detached from any corporate identity its location would suggest. This is a resort and from the entrance and lobby you descend downwards into a vast sunken courtyard and garden bordered by trees. In the center of the courtyard is a wonderful pool which because of its sunken nature is completely protected from any sounds of traffic from the city beyond, all you can see are trees and sky. The Trident is the more affordable brand of Oberoi hotels but you never feel that here, making it the ideal place to rest and recuperate at the end of an India itinerary. I would also recommend it for those visiting Delhi for a second or third time as there is definitely no better place in the city to relax.
Emma Neale (Staff)
I really liked the modern architecture of this hotel and its light airy feel. I would tend to only recommend this hotel to guests in transit (arriving late or departing early from Delhi) but I really liked the hotel for its resort-like feeling which was perfect for relaxing.
Delhi by night
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Location & directions
Delhi, Delhi and the North, India
Located in the central business district of Gurgaon, a part of the New Delhi National Capital Region and only 20-minutes from Delhi Airport.
How to get there
Fly into Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport. The Trident is then a 20-minute transfer.