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Bamyan The Boutique Hotel

Bamyan The Boutique Hotel
Near Humayun Tomb
6 A, Ring Road, Lajpat Nagar
Near Moolchand Flyover
Delhi-110024 India
International Airport : 20 KM
Domestic Airport : 18 KM
Railway Station : 10 KM
Locational Advantage:
Bamyan The Boutique Hotel is located in the heart of South Delhiā€™s commercial and residential area.
Bamyan The Boutique Hotel is a fine business hotel in Delhi. Strategically situated a mile away from corporate hubs, commerce and shopping centers of the city, the hotel is well preferred by the business executives. Its fabulous d?cor and lavishly manicured gardens offer a pleasing retreat to the travelers. Bamyan The Boutique Hotel, with an array of facilities, superb accommodation, quality dining, business amenities and class service, is gaining immense popularity in the hospitality industry.
The hotel has aesthetically furnished 21 rooms, including 14 Superior Rooms, 4 Executive Rooms and 3 Executive Suites. All the rooms are extremely spacious, providing the latest and luxurious amenities.
Citrus Caf?: A multi-cuisine coffee shop, offering extremely delicious dishes.
  • Banquet Hall
  • Computer on Rent
  • Conference Hall
  • Free Newspaper
  • H/C Running Water
  • Hair Dryer
  • Internet Facility
  • Mini Bar in Room
  • Multi-cuisine Restaurant
  • Satellite TV
  • Tea/Coffee Maker in all rooms
  • Telephone
  • Wake up alarm service
Major Landmarks:

India Gate : 4 KM     Connaught Place : 6 KM
Lotus Temple : 6 KM     Nehru Place : 6 KM
Bhikaji Cama Place : 9 KM     Chanakyapuri : 9 KM
Red Fort : 9 KM     Akshardham Temple : 10 KM
Karol Bagh : 10 KM     Noida : 12 KM

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