Delhi is a city that is often called the heart of India. It is centrally located on the national map and visited by a large number of domestic and international tourists round the year. It is a city that has a mix of culture, heritage, modernity, and history to its credit and hence there are a lot of places and things to explore during a trip here. Delhi is well connected to all parts of India as it is the capital city of the country. You can reach here by air, rail or road, depending upon your budget and time. Train definitely is the most preferred way to reach Delhi. There are plenty of hotels in Delhi near railway station.
The whole Paharganj area behind the New Delhi Railway Station (NDLS) is full of decent hotels and this is where most of the tourists head to. Hotels and accommodations in Paharganj are reasonable and since they are closer to the railway station, tourists prefer staying here. Similarly, there are plenty of hotels around the Indira Gandhi International or domestic airport. You would find many luxury hotels such as Ibis in the aerocity area which is adjacent to the airport. If you are taking a flight to Delhi and want a reasonable accommodation, you can find an accommodation in Mahipalpur which is 4-5 km from the airport and has a string of mid-segment hotels, many of which feature the Oyo Rooms.
Besides these, there are other places to stay in Delhi as well. If you want a totally posh stay, you can check-in at the five star and seven star hotels such as the Taj or the Leela Palace. There are a number of guesthouses and bed and breakfast accommodations in Delhi. Another locality where you would find reasonable hotels to stay is Karolbagh. If you are traveling solo on a shoestring budget, the best choice for you is a backpackers hostel. It is new concept in India which is fast picking the trends and more and more tourists and travelers are opting for it. A backpacker hostel offers you a shared accommodation with locker, Wi-Fi and other facilities. You can gel up with other co-boarders and stay comfortably, an experience that is complemented by warm hospitality.
Delhi is a traveler’s pit stop as well. After reaching here, exploring the city and replenishing the energy, tourists often head to the nearby hill stations of Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand. Even the historic city of Agra, famous for one of architectural wonders of the world – Taj Mahal, is just a couple of hours drive on the Agra expressway from Delhi. You can easily hire one of the Delhi to Agra cabs and explore the marvels of history in and around there. You can also head to the Pink City, Jaipur for a rendezvous with grand palaces and royal history.