Old Jul 22, 07, 3:28 pm
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Originally Posted by Life_Platinum View Post
We stayed at the Marriott a little over a year ago, and it was in the middle of nowhere. At least the Maurya Sheraton, if one got tired of the same hotel food, one could walk around the corner to another hotel and have a fine meal. We would not chose to stay at the Mariott/Sheraton again even though it appeared to be closer to the airport than the Maurya Sheraton/Luxury Collection. Both hotels were similarily priced.
The Maurya Sheraton has generally been priced higher than the property now known as Sheraton New Delhi.

"Another hotel" that "one could walk around the corner to" from the Maurya Sheraton is the Taj Palace hotel. Doing that kind of thing of walking around the corner to have a meal at another hotel, as you've noted, around the Sheraton New Delhi in the Saket section is just not possible.
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