Trident Gurgaon was built in a similar style to the Oberoi hotels by respected Thai architect Lek Bunag, but it comes with a much more affordable price tag. This stunning low-rise hotel combines Moroccan, Rajasthani, and Mughal styles in its beautiful architectural design. As well as being striking to behold, the Trident surprises and delights guests with its peaceful ambience and impressive facilities. This is a great value luxury choice close to Delhi.
Gurgaon is just 30 kilometres from Delhi Airport, nestled in the Aravali hills. It’s a bustling city with plenty of bars, restaurants, cafes, malls, golf courses, and entertainment centres to explore at your will (perhaps a little modern for some!) The Oberoi Gurgaon is right next door to the Trident, for extra dining and drinking options. Most people come here, however, just after a long flight or a tour of India, seeking rest and relaxation. The peaceful corners, courtyards, reflection pools, and lovely open spaces at Trident make it easy to do just that.
The 129 rooms and seven suites are quite stunning, very comfortable, and feature all the extensive mod cons and facilities you’d expect from a five-star establishment such as this one. They are elegantly furnished with traditional antiques and artefacts, and you’ll be showered with fruit and flowers, as it should be.
Trident Gurgaon is the perfect oasis for a pre or post tour stop, either on your way to a tour, or on your way back home. It’s elegant, luxurious, gorgeous from every angle, and surprisingly affordable.
Deluxe - This is our first really 'upmarket' category. It might be a beautiful tiny hotel with very limited facilities or a 5* resort hotel with all the trimmings; but any hotel in this category will be a well-run establishment with very comfortable rooms, a strong service ethos and excellent food.