The Park New Delhi

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The Original Priya Paul

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The Original Priya Paul
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The Park New Delhi Dining M 01
The Park New Delhi Pool View Sculpture M 02
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The Park New Delhi Llunge Sofa Interior Pool View M 04
The Park New Delhi Private Bar Dining Inteiror Design M 05
The Park New Delhi Fassade M 06
The Park New Delhi Bedroom Interior Design M 07
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The Park New Delhi Suite Living Room Interior Design M 09
The Park New Delhi Bedroom Interior Design M 10
The Park New Delhi Spa Area Massage Room View M 11
The Park New Delhi Meeting Room Library Interior M 12
The Park New Delhi Meeting Room Event Space Interior M 13
The Park New Delhi Lounge Blue Interior M 14
The Park New Delhi Bar M 15
—Explore New Delhi from a globally inspired minimalist design by Sir Terence Conran that’s rich in the Indian visual tradition.

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    When Priya Paul, in collaboration with design legend Sir Terence Conran, decided to transform a traditional property in New Delhi into the Park Hotel, they worked with modern concepts of air and space and ancient philosophies about the harmony between man and nature. These erudite themes made for a glorious facelift. The lobby and public space maintains a cool, breezy feel, sheltered from the world outside by a white-glass façade. Elements of fire and water are represented on the ground floor in both the restaurant (aptly named Fire, with its leather and limestone) and adjoining bar, Agni, with its arced, glass-beads, low leather divans, and deep tub chairs. Water makes a cool entrance in the restaurant Mist, while the 220 guestrooms feature contrasting design touches: dark-timbered floors and pastel accents; on the two ‘residence’ floors, private Jacuzzis and 24-hour butler service live up to the highest standards in Indian hospitality.

    Nearest Airport
    DEL - Indira Gandhi International Airport
    Food & Drink
    Coffee, Bar & Lounge
    Spa & Recreation
    Health Club, Outdoor Pool, Massage, Sauna
    Conference & Meetings
    6 meeting rooms
    Services
    Airport Shuttle, Breakfast, Concierge, Late Check-out, Room Service

    Rooms & Suites

    In these sleekly modern guestrooms, dark-timber floors offset pale décor, accented in bluish-purple and orange. A meditative, airy feel is created with specially commissioned works by emerging artists such as Anay Mann and Sandeep Paralkar. Rooms vary in size according to the curved exterior form of the architectural frame: Single, double, and twin options are available as well as deluxe rooms and suites on the two newly renovated “Residence” floors. Here, private Jacuzzis and a 24-hour butler ensure that every traveler experiences the very best that Indian service and comfort has to offer.

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    Architecture

    Elemental Style

    Located on Connaught Place, the Indian capital’s cultural and consumer hub, The Park New Delhi gently swings its look and feel around a design concept involving the five elements of earth, water, fire, air, and space. Inspired by Vastu Shastra, the ancient Hindu philosophy of constructing buildings that ensure a harmonious balance between man and nature, the Park fulfills this mission with utter panache. Originally opened in 1987 and recently updated, the hotel offers a mix of eastern hospitality and western chic: the richness of Indian visual tradition and up-to-the-minute, minimalist design that spans the hotel’s public and private spaces. Upon entering the lobby, guests encounter a breathtakingly arced white space that plays upon the concepts of movement and transparency, thus representing the elements of air and space. The façades of white glass allow natural light in at the same time as offering an aesthetic shield from the world outside.

    Breaking the space’s sleek white are curved customized sculptural sofas, rugs, and lighting in hot pink, a celebratory color in India. Further contrasts to the purity of the space are provided by edgy contemporary art, such as a subtly placed projection screen that displays a specially commissioned work by British video artist Daniel Brown.

    Interior Design

    Sir Terence Conran & Partners

    A sheer curtain of glass beads wends and winds its way from the ground-floor restaurants toward the marble reception and beyond. The white light is both hypnotic and calming at the same time.

    Interior Design
    Sir Terence Conran & Partners

    A sheer curtain of glass beads wends and winds its way from the ground-floor restaurants toward the marble reception and beyond. The white light is both hypnotic and calming at the same time.

    Breaking the space’s sleek white are curved customized sculptural sofas, rugs, and lighting in hot pink, a celebratory color in India. Further contrasts to the purity of the space are provided by edgy contemporary art, such as a subtly placed projection screen that displays a specially commissioned work by British video artist Daniel Brown.

    Made by Originals

    Priya Paul

    Art collector and design aficionado Priya Paul has been revolutionizing the hotel industry in India for the last 25 years. As a Chairperson of Apeejay Surrendra Park Hotels in India, she repositioned The Park Hotels as India’s first and only collection of contemporary luxury boutique hotels. Paul holds a BA in Economics from Wellesley College in the United States and completed the Owner President Management Program at Harvard Business School. She is a founding member of the World Travel and Tourism Council, and has been internationally awarded numerous times—including the Aatithya Ratna Award by Hotel Investment Forum India, 2011—for seamlessly combining contemporary art and high-function design with an extraordinary spirit of hospitality.

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