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HOTELS IN DELHI - Hotel Broadway (3 Star )
About Hotel Broadway
Hotel Broadway was built in 1956 as Delhi's first modern, high-rise
building by Mr. Tirath Ram Amla, a businessman from Kashmir. His vision was
to build an affordable clean family hotel and his main management mantra to
ensure that each guest was treated by each staff member as his 'own personal
guest'. This has stood the hotel in great stead for over 44 years.
Location 4/15A, Asaf Ali Road, (Near Delhi Gate), 3 minutes from downtown
Connaught Place, 5 minutes from New Delhi Railway Station , 30 minutes from
Consists of 26 Rooms, the hotel is sandwiched enviably between Colonial New
Delhi and the Old City. In spite of the heady whiff of nostalgia, the modern
rooms are centrally air-conditioned and equipped with all amenities. The
front rooms face Asaf Ali Road while the back rooms have a panoramic view of
the old walled city with the Jama Masjid dominating the skyline.
Every city in India has its own special 'Chor Bazaar that translates
as 'thieves market'. All kinds of wares find their way here (with or without
the consent of the owners).
From furniture to fabrics, pearls to periodicals, crystal to cutlery...With
antique tables as counters for coal irons and grandfather clocks jostling
with stereos, colourful street food vendors, bangle sellers and old
jewellery sharing space with auto parts - the Chor Bazaar captures the
spirit of India like no other place.
Thugs - The Pub not the People - is Hotel Broadway's tribute to the 'filmi
villain's den - dark and smoky, with the cheapest booze in town. The walls
are adorned with a Rogue's Gallery of caricatures, which features everyone
from Hollywood greats
Bonnie & Clyde, Butch Cassidy & The
Sundance Kid, Al Capone, Hook, and Lex Luther to our very own Bollywood
baddies, Gabbar, Mogambo and of course Ajit 'The Loin'.
The menu is no less imaginative with cocktails like Mona Darling (Bloody
Mary), Mogambo Margherita (Frozen Fruit Margarita) and Loin's Punch
(Planter's Punch) The waiters rack their brains everyday for the names of
daily specials and dialogues for the "Today's dialogue' board, and of
course come up with such gems as " Neeche Chor Upar Thug, Come on baby,
give me a mug!"
Conference anbd Banquet Facilities
Several function rooms with capacities from 10 to 100 provide exceptional
value for money on small conferences and banquets. All business and audio
visual aids, projector, TV, VCR, email, fax and secretarial services are
Tourists can spend many a delightful hour in their rooms, watching
kite-flying, pigeon fights and the hustle-bustle of life in this part of
town from the rooms.
Health & fitness center
Hotel Ashok has a beauty salon as well as a health club to help you in
being in good and healthy condition.