The Grand Imperial
Built in the early 1900’s to appeal to the British, The Grand Imperial hotel oozes history and Colonial charm. Expect high ceilings and chandeliers; polished tiled flooring and rich-coloured rugs; rattan chairs and heavy wood furniture. During the last century the hotel has played host to numerous heads of state; Bollywood actors have mingled amongst the not-so-famous guests.
Accommodation comprises of 30 spacious rooms and suites that overlook the landscaped lawns or the swimming pool. Colonial-era furnishings such as four-poster, canopy beds are complemented with modern amenities for a comfortable stay. The Chamber of Princes suites are designed to resemble the boudoir of a Maharajah, and are larger and more palatial in style than the Deluxe rooms.
After a day of sightseeing, refresh with a dip in the swimming pool, indulge in a massage, take tea on the rooftop terrace and gaze across at the Taj Mahal or simply relax with a cocktail in the gardens and soak up the tranquillity. If you prefer not to head into town for dinner, feast on Indian and Mughlai cuisine in the grand Shahenshah dining room, accompanied by the sounds of classical Indian music provided by traditional sitar and tabla players.
32 / 107-A opposite DM Bungalow Mahatma Gandhi Road
- Your Accommodation
- 30 Rooms & suites
- First Class room amenities
- Eating & Drinking
- Shahenshah restaurant
- Maikhana bar & lounge
- Private dining
- Leisure & Relaxation
- Swimming pool
- Roof terrace with Taj Mahal views
- Landscaped lawns
- Classical dance performances
- Evening traditional puppet show