Gay Delhi – Delhi Travel Guide Travel Guides > India > Gay Delhi – Delhi Suzi SiegelDelhi stuns and Delhi shatters. And then it puts you back together again. The city is an assault on the senses, but does that have to be a bad thing? If you’re feeling like it’s time to take a trip that takes you out of your comfort zone, India’s tumultuous and wondrous capital city might be just what the doctor ordered. For every fetid smell, there will be a beautiful one. For every blast of heat and cacophonous racket, there will be a moment of peace and wonder. Despite its headlong rush into the future, this ancient land remains family-centric and deeply conservative. As far as the gay scene goes, it can perhaps best be described as “budding.” Antiquated colonial-era anti-sodomy laws remain on the dusty books, but still, the community continues to grow, with annual gay pride parades, straight clubs that hold gay nights and a healthy underground scene mostly tapped into by social networks. Looking for the ultimate Delhi gay guide? Mr Hudson has got you covered. Feel like getting away? Take a trip planned just for you, and let us do all the work. Discover Trip Design Hotels Things to do Things to see Food & Drink Shopping Nightlife Trip Design The best hotels in DelhiLet’s start this gay Delhi travel guide with a roundup of the best hotels in Delhi. The Leela Palace is simply put, perfect. Whereas other top-tier hotels overdo the whole “Raj era” thing to the point of kitsch, the Leela has mastered Indian grandeur with a light touch. The technology and service are impeccable, as is the location. (Insider tip: Book a Club floor and enjoy free cocktails, evening snacks and high teas. The extra cost pays for itself.) Have we mentioned it gets hot in Delhi? Most room options at The Lodhi come with private plunge pools, not to mention expansive balconies.It’s still slim pickings when it comes to boutique hotels in Delhi. The Manor is a lovely four-star villa with landscaped gardens you’ll be thankful to return to after a day of sightseeing in hectic Delhi. Another economical choice is Haveli Hauz Khas. With just five bohemian styled rooms and homemade breakfast, this sweet little B&B is like staying at your auntie’s. An added bonus is its location in Delhi’s trendiest neighbourhood, buzzing with artists, coffee houses and music venues. If you’re a classic gent who prefers tradition over the shiny new thing, try the stately Maidens Hotel. The colonial façade is white, the lifts wood-panelled, and the garden inhabited by a pair of peacocks. This century-old property seethes Old World charm. The Leela PalaceiRecommended hotels in Gay Delhi – Delhi Hotels - Gay Delhi – Delhi The Leela Palace The Leela Palace New Delhi is a blend of Lutyen’s architecture and the royal Indian culture. A pampering spa, 4 dining options and free parking are available. Book on Booking.com Hotels - Gay Delhi – Delhi The Manor Manor is a stylish boutique hotel offering Ayurvedic massage service, as well as free parking and internet in rooms. Book on Booking.com Hotels - Gay Delhi – Delhi Haveli Hauz Khas Haveli Hauz Khas offers a terrace, garden, and free WiFi. Housed in a building dating from 1960, this bed and breakfast is 6 km from Lodhi Gardens and 7 km from Gandhi Smriti. Book on Booking.com Hotels - Gay Delhi – Delhi The Lodhi The Lodhi boasts of a salon, fitness centre, spa and massage centre, steam and sauna room, a library, a cigar lounge and a business centre on premises. Book on Booking.com Hotels - Gay Delhi – Delhi Maidens Hotel Built in 1903, Maidens Hotel showcases 19th-century colonial charm and architecture. It has an outdoor pool, fitness centre and features a coffee shop which extends into a charming, open courtyard. Book on Booking.com Hotels - Gay Delhi – Delhi Andaz Delhi Aerocity Offering an outdoor pool, Andaz Delhi is situated in the Aerocity district in New Delhi. The hotel offers views of the outdoor pool and garden, and guests can enjoy a meal at the restaurant. Book on Booking.com Hotels - Gay Delhi – Delhi The Roseate Set amongst 8-acres of luscious greens encompassed by over a thousand trees and water bodies, The Roseate offers a spa and wellness centre, an outdoor pool and 2 restaurants. Book on Booking.com Explore more hotels like this in Delhi View on Booking.comPowered by Booking.comThank you for reading Mr Hudson.Subscribe to Travel Guides or log in to continue reading. Subscribe now Log inSpecial SelectionExclusive Mr Hudson offersOut now from gestaltenMr Hudson Explores Browse the Book Explore more Gay India - Earth’s most exciting gay destination right nowGay India is so excited right now it’s like a bubble about to pop. 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