Oberoi Maidens, Delhi

At a glance

Built in 1903, The Maidens is one the oldest hotels in Delhi located on the edge of the Old City

Easy access to the magnificent Red Fort and the bustling Chandni Chowk

Set amidst eight acres of lush mature gardens and shady trees, it promises you calm and tranquility

Its sweeping driveway and the grand façade give an inkling of its star-studded past.

Its architecture is a glorious illustration of old-world European charm with its colonial impressions.

Maidens Hotel played host to ‘The Wind cannot read’, a 1958 British drama film directed by Ralph Thomas, starring Dirk Bogarde.


Maidens Hotel features 55 rooms and suites. Spacious rooms with high ceilings are unique when compared to the box-sized rooms of modern hotels. All rooms and suites come with centrally air-conditioned, with amenities like mini bar, tea-coffee maker, LCD TV, satellite channels, personal in-room safes, hair dryer, wireless high speed internet and direct dial telephones.


Children are welcome but there are no specific facilities.


Two elegant restaurants and a bar showcase the essence of the colonial era offering Indian and continental cuisine. Alfresco dining options available. Complimentary access to swimming pool and gym. Wifi is charged additionally.

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