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Scarlette

New Delhi

Scarlette is situated in the middle of a residential neighbourhood in the South Delhi colony of Safdarjung Enclave, about 10km from the centre of town. This is a wealthy residential area and easy to get to from the airport or via metro plus a 10 minute auto ride.

 

How to get there:

By air: Indira Gandhi International Airport is about 15km from the centre of the city and has domestic and international flights landing round the clock. From the airport you can catch a metro, taxi or bus to the city.

By rail: New Delhi, Old Delhi or Nizamuddin stations.

By bus: ISBT or various points across the city depending on the private company one uses.

Scarlette organises airport or railway station pick-ups, either with their own Ambassador car or through the local, reliable taxi firm. As it’s buried in a residential neighbourhood that resembles a maze at times, it’s probably best to avail of this service rather than find your own way.

Taxi or auto from the airport is fairly quick and straightforward.

If travelling by metro you can head to Green Park or AIIMS and get an auto the rest of the way.

 

Distances & travel times:

airport: 10km / 30 mins to 1hr depending on traffic

railway stations:
New Delhi:  14km / 35 mins
Metro: AIIMS or Green Park  3km approx. / 10 mins

 

When to go:

Scarlette, like all Delhi hotels, is open all year round. The chances are that you’ll be stopping in Delhi for a few days for sightseeing or while in transit, and it really is one of the best places in the city to feel safe while also having amazing access.

Delhi temperatures can rise to 45C in May and fall as low as 5C in Jan, coinciding with freezing smog that makes visibility drop close to 0 some days, so the city can be a harsh place. Both mid-November and early March can be particularly nice, with beautiful blue skies and pleasant sunshine. Overall, mid-Nov to Feb is probably the best period to visit.

In Delhi, Diwali is king and Holi comes a close second. Christmas is also celebrated with increasing intensity, albeit as a commercial holiday instead of a Christian one; it’s a city that loves to flaunt its wealth after all.

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Getting around:

You can walk around Safdarjung Enclave without problems; there’s not much to see but a stroll to the Deer Park and District Park is recommended.

The local taxi firm is reliable (ask the hotel to call them if you like), and auto rickshaws are easily available.

For further afield, including into the heart of the city, ask for a taxi to be called and Delhi is your oyster.

Do use the metro, it’s quick and reliable and a great asset for Delhi, check out the map here.

Type Small boutique
Rooms 4
Children Yes
Closed Never