In January 2018 Oberoi Hotels & Resorts – known for its unparalleled levels of service and overall excellence – is re-opening its first and most prominent hotel, The Oberoi, New Delhi, after a $100 million renovation. Under the guidance of iconic hotel and restaurant designer, Adam Tihany, the historic property has undergone a top-to-bottom renovation, bringing a completely reimagined design.
The Oberoi, New Delhi originally opened its doors in 1965 and is the first property in the company’s portfolio that Rai Bahadur M.S. Oberoi built from the ground up. Over its more than half-century existence, this legendary hotel attracted countless Indian and international luminaries, from Bill and Melinda Gates to Queen Mathilde of Belgium.
After a more than 20-month closure, the most notable changes include a decrease in guest rooms and an increase in suites, bringing guests larger rooms with spacious baths. Guests can also expect bigger, bolder, and more contemporary spaces with high windows and marble flooring throughout the entire property.
Dining options will include Cirrus9 – an open-air rooftop bar overlooking Humayun’s tomb – Omya, an authentic Indian restaurant – and Baoshuan, a Chinese restaurant located on the roof, featuring a menu created by the Michelin-starred chef, Andrew Wong.
Additional new amenities available to guests are a new resident’s lounge, indoor and outdoor heated swimming pools, an infra-red sauna room in the spa, and a state-of-the-art air filtration system to give guests the cleanest air – indoors and out – in Delhi.
For more information please visit Oberoi Hotels.