The Lodhi, New Delhi Introduces The Sultan Suite

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The Lodhi, New Delhi announced the latest addition to its grand suites: The Sultan Suite. Connected by a private elevator, the suite’s two floors offer plenty of space for guests to spread out in. The living room, with walls decked out in gold leaf, features floor-to-ceiling windows, a six-seater dining table, a grand upright piano and more. Guests looking to host a private party can bring in the hotel’s master chefs to cook in the suite’s fully equipped kitchen.

The Sultan Suite includes two expansive bedrooms, one with its own private study. Guests can work out in the suite’s own fitness room and then relax in a sauna in the spa room. The Lodhi’s signature plunge pool and balcony present panoramic views. Other features include a library, decorative fire place, spacious walk-in closet and cigar humidor.

The new signature rooms now offer ultra-plush four poster beds, sitting areas, custom writing desks, 65-inch 4K smart TVs and more. All rooms at The Lodhi provide high-speed Wi-Fi, complete full bottle private bars, large five-fixture ‘spa inspired’ bathrooms and more.

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Additionally, the hotel has enhanced some of its Garden Terrace Rooms, Garden Terrace Suites and Verandah Pool Suites, which are now named Signature Terrace Rooms, Signature Terrace Suites and Lodhi Signature Suites. The Lodhi, New Delhi offers 48 rooms and suites that range from 1,350 to 4,500 square feet. It is a member of The Leading Hotels of The World.

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