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Taj Palace Hotel

Ground Floor Taj Palace, Sardar Patel Marg, Diplomatic Enclave, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, Delhi 110021, India
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A Parisian Sojourn in New Delhi New Delhi  India
Poolside Breezes and Breezers at Blue Bar New Delhi  India
A Parisian Sojourn in New Delhi New Delhi  India
Poolside Breezes and Breezers at Blue Bar New Delhi  India

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A Parisian Sojourn in New Delhi

Imagine a scene from Scott F. Fitzgerald’s Great Gatsby where a live jazz band serenades guests as they subliminally move to the rhythm of the music, with hors d’oeuvres in one hand and a vodka martini in the other. Expect a mirrored image of the same vibrant energy and posh ambience of Gatsby’s soirees aboard the Orient Express. Orient Express, the most expensive restaurant in Delhi and voted one the world’s best restaurants, offers a world-class dining experience alongside live jazz bands and fresh food flown in daily from France. The luxurious culinary journey begins in private booths on faux carriages that beautifully mimic the legendary train. The crisp menu offers cuisines of all countries through which the Orient Express traversed, with the classic French fare remaining triumphant. Revel in the seven-course meal, with an appetizer to whet your appetite and the signature dessert to perfect the extravaganza, and of course, succulent sorbet bites in between dishes to neutralize your overwhelmed, yet gratified palate. The individual carriages of the Orient Express are illuminated by gleaming brass fittings, polished wood paneling, and steel facades which not only mesmerize, but promise to fiercely invigorate your senses.

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Poolside Breezes and Breezers at Blue Bar

Located in the exclusive Taj Hotel, the Blue Bar is known for its al fresco dining as well as its premium drinks. The space, lit by blue lights, faces the garden and pool area, allowing for cool breezes to compliment the cocktails. It is also one of the few lounges that stays open until 4am. The clientele are a mix of locals and hotel guests, so prepare for a very international (and more affluent) crowd.
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