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The Leela Palace New Delhi is located at the very heart of the capital’s prestigious Diplomatic Enclave and exemplifies the magnificent architecture, grace, and elegance of Lutyens’ Delhi. Featured in Condé Nast Traveler, Gold List 2022 and ranked Asia’s second-best city hotel 2022, this palatial hotel promises high-end luxury with the comfort of modern technology and the finest amenities. The hotel ensures that your needs are anticipated, and preferences met for a personalized and memorable experience with The Leela Palace Service, curated by a personally assigned butler. Synonymous with indulgence and opulence, bespoke experiences encompassing culture, cuisine, wellness traditions, art, architecture, and local experiences are uniquely crafted for a truly remarkable stay. Delhi’s only temperature-controlled rooftop pool on the eleventh floor is another celebrated experience that offers a stunning view of the skyline.

The Leela Palace New Delhi is in Africa Avenue, Diplomatic Enclave, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi.

The international airport is a 30 minutes drive from The Leela Palace New Delhi.

At The Leela Palace New Delhi, we have 11 kinds of different rooms available which includes Grande Deluxe Room, Premiere Room, Royal Premiere Room , Royal Club Room , Royal Club Parlour, Executive Suite,Luxury Suite, Grand Suite with Plunge Pool,Royal Suite with Plunge Pool, Maharaja Suite and Presidential Suite.

At our esteeemed hotel we offer amenities such as:

Guestroom Amenities

  • High definition LED TV 
  • Chromecast facility with access to multiple OTT platforms
  • Dual line internet protocol phone
  • Broadband wireless high speed internet
  • Electronic safe
  • A gourmet corner with fine selection of spirits, soft beverages and snacks
  • Tea and coffee maker
  • Luxury bathrooms with spa mood lighting, Ad Notam Mirror TV and hands-free speaker phone
  • Power supply: 110/220 volts

Guestroom Services

  • 24 Hour palace service
  • In-room dining
  • Laundry and dry cleaning
  • Clefs d'or recognised concierge services
  • Wake-up call service
  • Doctor on a call


  • The Qube - All-day dining
  • Jamavar - Signature Indian restaurant
  • MEGU - Modern Japanese cuisine
  • Le Cirque - Franco-Italian fine-dining restaurant
  • The Library Bar
  • The Lobby Lounge

Conference & Banquet Facilities

  • Grand Ballroom divisible in two parts with a pre-function area
  • Adjoining Royal Ballroom for break-out sessions
  • 8 meeting rooms and boardrooms
  • The Terrace

Spa and Fitness

  • The Spa
  • Steam and sauna
  • State-of-the-art fitness studio
  • Rooftop temperature controlled swimming pool

Yes, we cater to MICE events as well as to business conferences at The Leela Palace New Delhi. 

The Qube is operational between 6:00 am to 12:45 am.

The Qube is a multi-cuisine all-day dining restaurant which serves to all kinds of preferences. Adding to the dining experience is watching the chefs at their live stations, creating exotic dishes like Asian wok-fried specialties, pizzas and pastas.

Yes, Jamavar does offer private dining as well as event spaces.

The city has plethora of malls to offer like DLF Emporio, Chanakya Mall, Khan Market, DLF Promenade or Ambience Mall. Experience the contrasts between the old and the new. With old Delhi and its ancient tombs, crumbling forts and winding bazaars, Mughal architecture and magnificent monuments set in beautifully landscaped gardens, the city narrates diverse stories of a rich past that it has been witness to. One must also make sure to sample the renowned Delhi street food at Chandni Chowk or thrift shop at the wonderfully affordable Sarojini Market.

To honour the transition of day to night, The Leela Palace New Delhi celebrates a traditional evening Aarti. The essence is to express gratitude towards God who has bestowed light throughout the day, and during the ceremony we thank the Almighty for all the love, light and devotion we receive every day.

The Aarti takes place in the inner courtyard of the Palace every evening, where the ‘Devi’ idol sits atop her throne. Ladies dressed in traditional sarees come together to perform the ceremony and help those who want to float candles and wish for their loved ones. The ritual is ended with prasadam, an Indian drink from Jamavar, distributed to everyone at the end of the pooja.