Such a beautiful property, it really takes your breath away.
The stunning lobby, with eclectic artwork and furniture – a perfect mix of the old and the new, the elegant and the funky.
We were welcomed with a high tea, an assortment of cocktail samosas, kachoris, sandwiches, cakes, tea and coffee. Oh and strawberries dipped in chocolate.
Tea companion who wasn’t really into the tête-à-tête.
A red grand piano that is covered in gold calligraphy by artist Kriti Monga. So dramatic it makes you wish you could play.
Lounging area with a panel of textiles by Ekaya.
Billiards table, terrifying stuffed leopard not in frame.
The serene, beautifully appointed rooms. The attention to detail was most impressive.
My dinner the first night was crumbed cottage cheese steaks atop a bed of ratatouille with parmesan crisps and spinach. There was also, as always, a pizza ‘for the table’. Delicious, like all the other meals.
The hospitality shown to us, and the care with which we were attended to by all levels of staff was exemplary. Even if there was something we needed changed or fixed, a complaint, it was addressed right away. I will definitely be going back and can only imagine Narendra Bhawan to gain many more loyal guests as days go by.