The Lodhi, New Delhi

An urban oasis centrally located in New Delhi, The Lodhi is the intuitive expression of a contemporary yet stylishly confident India. We are about personal journeys and discovery for guests, created through bespoke experiences of culture, cuisine, wellness, architecture, lifestyle and personalized service.

Renowned as one of the best wellness and fitness areas, The Lodhi offers a host of facilities that are a rarity in Delhi.

The hotel’s exclusive Athletic Club includes a state-of-the-art gym with best in class equipment from Technogym, a fully equipped Pilates Studio, personalized as well as group Yoga Sessions, a Functional Zone, Spinning Studio, 50 meter Climate Controlled Lap Pool, Tennis Courts and Squash Courts.

The Lodhi Spa is an oasis of tranquility offering traditional Indian therapies as well as contemporary international treatments. Guests can choose from a range of body treatments, Ayurvedic rituals, massage techniques, scrubs, wraps, aromatic baths and more, and the spa also houses an exquisite Turkish Hammam.

The stylist curated Salon, with ten private treatment areas, offers a range of hair and skin care treatments. Tailor-made creative styling concepts, express beauty services and a team of specialists for personalized consultation are available.


Lutyen’s Delhi is named after the British architect Edwin Lutyens who was responsible for much of the architectural design and building when India was part of the British Empire in the 1920s and 30s. He led a group of architects in laying out the central administrative area of the capital. Discover this area including India Gate, Rashtrapati Bhavan and Parliament House in a unique manner as you get on The Lodhi’s auto rickshaw and see the city like a true localite.


The true heart of the city, Old Delhi was once the Mughal capital of Shahjahnabad, a place where nobles of royal courts lived in mansions, where places of worship belonging to different religions lived in harmony, and the centre of trade for North India… Journey through iconic monuments like Red Fort and Jama Masjid, and narrow twisting streets in the markets of Chandni Chowk, Khari Baoli and more, giving you an insight into the legendary golden age when life was at a slower pace and there was time to enjoy refinement and leisure.

Architectural Landmarks

India Gate

Qutub Minar

Red fort

Humayun’s tomb

Jama Masjid

Shop like a local

Khan Market

Connaught Place

Janpath and cottage industries emporium

For Art Lovers

National Museum

Delhi Art Gallery

Vadehra Art Gallery

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