Aura De Asia

India, Delhi, West Delhi
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Aura De Asia Hotel is a great-value business hotel situated in Delhi, within walking distance of the Delhi Metro Rail Station.
Featuring a wide range of facilities including a 24-hour coffee shop, a relaxing spa and comprehensive internet access for those wanting connectivity whilst on holiday. On-site, guests can also enjoy a range of cuisines at the cafe including Asian and Indian whilst the convenient gym ensures that guests can stay fit during their stay. Other facilities include a business centre and even ATM machines for complete comfort. Rooms are luxurious in design and come with wireless internet, satellite television and a desk as standard.
The hotel enjoys a great convenient location in the city of Delhi, just a few kilometres from the Gandhi Airport and New Delhi railway station. There are a range of eateries and shops within just a short drive of the hotel also.
Aura De Asia is great for a relaxing and refined stay in comfort.
**4 Stars**

##Location
This refined hotel enjoys a great location in the city of Delhi, just a short drive from many of the top attractions including the towering Quib Minar monuments, the beautiful and organic Lotus Temple and the Garden of Five Senses for a relaxing and eye-opening trip out.

##Accomodation
Rooms are decorated in a luxurious and elegant style and come with a range of features including
Payable internet access, telephone, electronic safe, writing desk, LCD television and an en-suite bathroom as standard.
Please note that certain amenities may be payable locally and top floor rooms have a sloping ceiling

##Eating and Drinking
On-site cafe/ restaurant serving Asian, Indian and International cuisine.

##Swimming Pools
Fitness centre on-site
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