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DEL Airside hotels

Old Jan 28, 20, 12:26 pm
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DEL Airside hotels

Hi,

Expecting a long connection at DEL.

Would appreciate suggestions for a decent overnight and inexpensive airside hotel/room.

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Old Jan 31, 20, 6:49 am
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how long is the connection & what's your budget????
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Old Feb 1, 20, 9:15 am
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Hi,

Layover in DEL ~15 hours.

No specific budget set - will decide after comparing the options.

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Old Feb 1, 20, 10:35 am
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depending on what time of the year you are here, rates will range from under $50 - around $200 for decent mid range hotels....there are a bunch of hotels in aerocity, which is just 5 minutes from terminal 3....look at rates for the aloft, ibis, lemon tree, pride plaza & red fox....if you venture out another 5-7 minutes then i would recommend the four points....i've used this property a bunch of times for early morning flights....
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Old Feb 1, 20, 11:10 am
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tnx.

no options airside, i.e. without passing immigration?.
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Old Feb 1, 20, 11:28 am
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there is a holiday inn inside the terminal in the transit area....

access to the hotel depends on a bunch of factors....are you on one through ticket or separate pnrs????if on separate pnrs then will you have checked-in luggage????
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Old Feb 1, 20, 11:30 am
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one Airindia ticket with a connection in DEL, no CI luggage.

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Old Feb 1, 20, 1:38 pm
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then you will have access to the international wing of the holiday inn inside the terminal....
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Old Feb 1, 20, 1:42 pm
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tnx.

Is that the only option? prices? is it good?.

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Old Feb 1, 20, 2:00 pm
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only option for a hotel....there are also sleeping pods that you can use but 15 hours is a long time to spend in one of those....

hotel is perfectly acceptable for a 15 hour layover but is generally more expensive than the hotels in aerocity....
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Old Feb 1, 20, 9:27 pm
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How can anyone answer the question and information provided? Depends on what time you arrive (big difference between 6 am and 6 pm for example), if the former do you want to see anything in Delhi and if so what.... If you just want to stay in a comfortable hotel and rest, have never been to or are familiar with Delhi and do not want to venture out into the Delhi traffic then I would suggest Aerocity. You can find many reviews of Holiday Inn. From these and information from people I know who have stayed there I would not stay there by choice, but we are all different.
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