The Oberoi Group has announced the re-opening of The Oberoi, New Delhi after comprehensive renovation which commenced shortly after the hotel celebrated its Golden Anniversary in 2016. The Oberoi, New Delhi’s multimillion-dollar transformation was directed by designer Adam D. Tihany, who said he was inspired by famous architect Edward Lutyens. The hotel’s renovations were expected to take two years, but were completed three months ahead of schedule.
The Oberoi, New Delhi’s 220 rooms—including 34 suites—were redesigned to be more spacious and luxurious with extra natural light. The hotel also received new air filters to provide clean, fresh air.
The Oberoi, New Delhi has also partnered with two internationally known chefs. At Omya, the new authentic Indian restaurant, diners can enjoy a menu created by chef Alfred Prasad, who has held a Michelin star for thirteen years. Chef Andrew Wong of the Michelin-starred A Wong restaurant has designed the menu and is the mentor chef of the rooftop Chinese restaurant, Baoshuan.
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The new rooftop bar, Cirrus9, offers craft cocktails and panoramic views. The hotel’s redesigned restaurant, threesixtyo, remains an option, serving a mix of European, Japanese, Thai and Indian comfort food for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Wellness offerings at The Oberoi, New Delhi include an spa menu with holistic massages and beauty treatments that include aromatherapy, Eastern and Western massages. There is also a sauna, indoor and outdoor temperature-controlled swimming pools and a 24-hour fitness centre with state of the art equipment.
The meetings and events venues has a new-look ballroom, discreet meeting rooms and a 24-hour business centre equipped with cutting edge technology.