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Red Fort - New Delhi, National Capital Territory of India, India
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Hotel Tara Palace, Chandni Chowk
6.9 Good
419, Esplanade Road, New Delhi, India
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3.2 mi from city centre, New Delhi, DL, India 
GoodBased on 80 reviews

Hotel Tara Palace Chandni Chowk is situated in the city's famous tourism and shopping district. Just a short stroll from the Jama Masjid, it provides comfortable rooms equipped with a refrigerator, movies-on-demand and a mini bar.

Hotel Tara Palace Daryaganj
6.4 Good
4606, Street No 13, Opp Happy School, New Delhi, India
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3.2 mi from city centre, New Delhi, DL, India 
GoodBased on 58 reviews

Hotel Tara Palace Daryaganj provides comfortable 3-star accommodation in New Delhi. Those staying at the property can also take advantage of free Wi-Fi throughout their stay.

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Haveli Dharampura
8.7 Excellent
2293, Gali Guliyan, Dharampura, Delhi-6, New Delhi, India
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3.1 mi from city centre, New Delhi, DL, India 

This comfortable hotel in New Delhi offers complimentary wireless internet, as well as a concierge and a 24-hour reception. It is also a short walk from Gurudwara Sis Ganj Sahib and the Jama Masjid, and is close to many of the area's attractions.

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About Red Fort

A symbol of national heritage and a site of importance, the Red Fort in the centre of Delhi, India, is an old fort that acted as the Emperor’s residence for hundreds of years, during the time of the Mughal Dynasty. Today, it is home to museums and stands as a key landmark and main tourist attraction of the city, defined by its large and iconic sandstone walls. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the whole complex, including its gardens and attached buildings, is an example of unique design and innovative architecture which still inspires amazement in the people who visit it.

One of the most remarkable features of the Red Fort is the Lahori Gate, the main entrance and site of the annual Indian Independence Day speech, and the Delhi Gate is also important, which has a pair of life-size stone elephants guarding the entrance. In addition to gates, there are a number of significant rooms, including the Chatta Chowk, which once contained the silk and jewellery of the imperial house, and the Naubat Khana, the old drum house, where music was played from daily. There are inner and outer courtyards on the complex, surrounded by galleries and large halls, which have columns and arches covering the walkways leading to marble balconies and luxurious apartment suites. Visitors can walk the rows of pavilions on the eastern side of the fort and overlook the magnificent landscaped gardens and rest of the impressive sandstone buildings, towers and baths.

Delhi, as the national capital, is very accessible from throughout India, with a major airport, Indira Gandhi International, and the main railway hub at the centre of the city, connecting to major cities and nearby towns. Once in Delhi, visitors can quickly reach the Red in the city centre, with the nearest metro station being Connaught Place and local buses also travelling regularly to the site.

Construction of the Red Fort began in 1639 when commissioned by Emperor Shah Jahan who wanted to shift the national capital from Agra to Delhi, and requested the design from the same architect who developed the Taj Mahal. The project completed in 1648 and became a focal point of the old town of the city, symbolising the power and creativity of the ruler. The palace degenerated during the 18th century, before becoming a military base and then a present day site of archaeological restoration.

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  • What are the best hotels near Red Fort?

    250 reviews rated Haveli Dharampura with an average score of 8.7/10. It may also be worth looking into the Hotel Aiwan-e-Shahi, which received a rating of 7.9/10 from 295 reviews. Stops Hostel could be another great option, with a score of 7.7/10 from 755 reviews.

  • How much do hotels in Red Fort cost?

    Red Fort hotels have an average price of $2/night (based on searches on HotelsCombined in the last 3 days).

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