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Reviewed June 8, 2018 via mobile

The hotel is 5 star rated and looks great had breakfast in the am and the service was professional and the food was presented well , majestic looking hotel - great place to stay for business or leisure , rooms are comfortably fit and shower was so great especially after trek to Everest and minimal shower facility in Thamel - well worth the visit

Stayed: June 2018, travelled solo
Thank NielD50
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Reviewed June 7, 2018

We stayed at the Met for three nights in December 2017. The room was clean and nice, but nothing special. Room was small, especially with rollaway bed for one of our children. We didn’t understand why the shower stall had frosted glass through it – anyone taking a shower is visible through the glass from the room. Breakfast buffet was excellent – many delicious choices. Lobby staff was helpful, and taxi service was convenient, as was airport transfer by hotel. Location was excellent – convenient to Connaught Place and state emporium handicraft shops. Overall hotel was nice, but expensive for the moderate quality of the room.

  • Stayed: December 2017, travelled with family
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Thank Radha P
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Reviewed June 6, 2018

The Metropolitan Hotel & Spa was the perfect final destination on my recent tour of India's Golden Triangle. As well as offering a superb spa and outside swimming pool, the hotel is centrally located, near the many bars and restaurants at Connaught Place. The bedrooms are spacious, comfortable and offer views of the city. Hotel staff are very polite and even offered me a free room upgrade on my arrival.

  • Stayed: April 2018, travelled with friends
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Reviewed June 4, 2018 via mobile

Just excellent ,all hotel staffs r too good ,well maintained,clean,quality of food just delicious ,family friendly,perfect location ,poolside area excellent,Indian,japanis,continental all kind of foods r available

Stayed: June 2018, travelled with family
1  Thank PoulamiP17
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Reviewed June 4, 2018

The central place of Delhi, CP has a variety of hotels and spas that are unique in their own way, but The Metropolitan Hotel & Spa stands apart from the rest with respect to ambiance and service.

The hotel keeps every corner alive with elements of artistry. Mesmerized by the brilliance and grandeur, I was awe struck by the bright corridors highlighted with warm hues on the walls. I was escorted to the basement that was home to a luxurious spa – NeoVeda. Derived from the Vedas, this spa looks aesthetic.

The five treatment rooms have distinctive themes that are vocal with excellent massages. The masseuses are talented therapists who are skilled in the respective therapies. Their warm and inviting smile is as captivating as the surrounding of the spa. They make you feel comfortable as you enter the spa.

I was booked for a spalicious journey at NeoVeda. Keeping in mind the monsoons in Delhi, NeoVeda introduced monsoon therapies for a rejuvenating experience. I chose the Karali massage – synonymous with full body Abhyangam massage, it focuses on relieving muscular aches and pain with pressure applied by hands and feet.

I was treated to an absolutely different experience from the start to the end. The masseuse, Kim, a lovely girl from the North East, ushered me to one of the treatment rooms.

The spacious therapy room had a subtle atmosphere with dim lights and soft music playing in the background. The room had two massage beds, with one on the floor. She began the process with a feet cleaning session. This was followed by a full body mild scrub session called Udwardina. The scrub was made with green gram, sandalwood powder, sesame oil and turmeric that exfoliated the skin and removed dead cells and tan from the body leaving it soft and supple. The aroma was invigorating that worked its magic when rubbed in circular motion. The conjugation of the ingredients with a subtle tone of turmeric was indeed flattering. The scrub session lasted for half an hour followed by a warm shower.

The massage session initiated. The therapist used Dhanwantram oil and massaged it gently in circular motion not with her hands, but with her feet while holding the rope from the ceiling. Yes, it came to a surprise to me, but a massage done with soles of the feet feels great.

I had a sharp muscle spam before the therapy, but could feel the pain and tension gradually being relieved. The ‘marma’ points in the body were relaxed and the stiffness gradually faded away giving relaxation and vitality.

She later works up the magic of the aroma oil in the head that is massaged well in circular motion opening the pores of the body. NeoVeda houses some of the finest Ayurveda products that are manufactured for the spa. A warm shower with the Bath gel and conditioning shampoo from NeoVeda freshened me up and I was fresh as the morning dew. My skin felt radiant and I could feel the skin pores breathing.

I would recommend my readers to try the NeoVeda spa at The Metropolitan Hotel & Spa that covers a holistic experience of mind, body and soul. If you believe in rejuvenation, step in to experience bliss under one roof.

You can take your pick from the following monsoon therapies for a completely rejuvenated experience:

• Salt and Spice Body Glow - Duration – 30minutes
• Kizhi Massage - (Herbal Potli / Bun Massage) - Duration- 1 hour
• Aromatherapy Massage - Duration- 60 minutes and 90 minutes
• Papaya Body Polish - Duration – 30minutes

  • Stayed: July 2017, travelled solo
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Thank reena466
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