ITC Maurya, New Delhi
ITC Maurya, a premier luxury hotel in Delhi is named after the famous ‘Mauryan” dynasty which gave Indian history it’s golden age where art, culture and architecture flourished.This luxury hotel in Delhi has 438 rooms, including 25 uniquely-designed suites, are available in a bouquet of room categories, from the Executive Club which pioneers a tradition in corporate hospitality to the Towers’ eight luxurious floors of elegance and tranquility. ITC one rooms – our premium room category offers an allergy friendly environment with magnificent decor, impeccable service, and the latest in modern conveniences and amenities. Behind the lavishness is a crisp efficiency and a deep understanding of the needs of the global traveler.
A Capital Address
In the verdant, ridge fringed enclave of Chanakyapuri, the stateliness of ITC Maurya aptly reflects the quiet dignity of it location.
Situated in the diplomatic enclave of New Delhi, in close proximity to the corridors of power in the capital city, ITC Maurya has long been the favoured accommodation of heads of state, royalty and business leaders from across the world.
Steeped in History
Inspired by the grand Mauryan dynasty, one of the world’s largest and most powerful kingdoms at its zenith, this 5 star luxury hotel expresses the refined graciousness and majesty of this mighty empire.
It also reflects the many intriguing facets of the Mauryas and their ‘Golden Rule’, from the enigma of the Buddhist King Ashoka who was considered, at once, the most ferocious and the gentlest rulers of all time, the invincibility of Chandragupta and the unfathomable cunning of his advisor Chanakya and the grandeur of the dynasty.
Replete with historical allusions that have sprung to life with the refreshing vitality of contemporary interpretation by some of India’s finest artists, ITC Maurya boasts a priceless and exquisite collection of art.
In fact even its architecture has been inspired by Buddhist stupas, while its dome shaped lobby splashed with the stunning ‘procession of life’ painting by Krishen Khanna, has been modelled on the ancient Buddhist Chaitya cave temples in Karla, Maharashtra.
A significant feature on the itineraries of gourmets across the world, ITC Maurya’s restaurants promise an uncommon experience of authentic Indian and international cuisine. Its award winning globally acclaimed restaurants are integral to the care and attention ITC Maurya accords to your indulgence when you stay here.
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