The Maidens Hotel, a sliver of ‘old world’ amidst Delhi’s chaos
A colleague had an amazing idea. To take a bunch of us away from our usual office conference room to an alternate location for a day long brainstorm. A retreat within the city, she called it. In her infinite wisdom, she chose The Maidens Hotel in Civil Lines. And she stuck to her plan despite the flimsy excuses that others offered to escape the imprisonment of a location far from the buzz!
I felt a bit cheated at getting no opportunity to explore this lovely property that was built in 1903 to host guests attending the famous Delhi Durbar. Here are a few hasty shots taken post sunset. I’ll be back for more!
Posted on April 6, 2016, in Travel & Experiences and tagged architecture, colonial, heritage, history. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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