Mother-In-Law’s First Trip to India: Hyatt Regency Delhi

Disclosure: We get a commission for links on the blog. You don’t have to use our links, but we’re very grateful when you do. American Express is a Million Mile Secrets advertising partner. Here’s our Advertiser Disclosure.

Don’t forget to follow me on Facebook or Twitter!

Emily:  In Delhi, Daraius booked us at the Hyatt Regency using Hyatt points.

Hyatt Regency Delhi

Emily in Our Suite at the Hyatt Regency Delhi

Trip Report Index:

One of the best uses of Hyatt points is to the regular price for a hotel room, but to use only 6,000 Hyatt points to upgrade to a suite.  We paid $180 per night, but were upgraded to a suite which sells for ~$364 per night, so not the most expensive suite, but still very comfortable!

Hyatt Regency Delhi

Hyatt Regency Delhi – Lobby

There were shiny marble floors and fresh flowers in the lobby.  The concierge and flower shop were also in the lobby.

Hyatt Regency Delhi

Hyatt Regency Delhi – Lobby

The flowers smelled so good and looked so pretty!

Hyatt Regency Delhi

Emily by the Flowers

There was also a large wing full of expensive handicraft shops.

Hyatt Regency Delhi

Shops

We took the elevator up to our rooms.

Hyatt Regency Delhi

Suite Entryway

There was a small table with fresh flowers to welcome you into the room.

Hyatt Regency Delhi

Flowers in the Room

The suites were very modern and had a separate living area.

Hyatt Regency Delhi

Emily on the Couch

There was a desk…

Hyatt Regency Delhi

Desk

…and amenities that included a bottle of wine, nuts, and dried fruit.

Hyatt Regency Delhi

Hyatt Diamond Amenity

There were magazines and lots of newspapers, which was a nice touch since Daraius and I love to read the local papers.

Hyatt Regency Delhi

Magazines & Newspapers

There was a coffeemaker and tea.

Hyatt Regency Delhi

Tea Coffee

The minibar had more goodies, including snacks and liquor, but at hotel minibar prices!

Hyatt Regency Delhi

Mini Bar

Hyatt Regency Delhi

Refrigerator

There was a large bathroom with double sinks.

Hyatt Regency Delhi

Double Vanity

There was also an enclosed shower and a separate bathtub.

Hyatt Regency Delhi

Shower and Bathtub

There were even bath salts for a nice relaxing bath!

Hyatt Regency Delhi

Salts for a Relaxing Bath

The amenities were larger than the usual sizes.

Hyatt Regency Delhi

Hyatt Regency Delhi – Amenities

There was a large selection of amenities (one of the nicest I’ve seen), including shower caps and sewing kits.

Hyatt Regency Delhi

More Amenities

There was even mouthwash!

Hyatt Regency Delhi

Mouthwash

The bathroom was large and luxurious.

Hyatt Regency Delhi

Hyatt Regency Delhi – Bathroom

It had a separate toilet and sink, which was nice for guests.

Hyatt Regency Delhi

Half Bath

There was lots of room to store our luggage.

Hyatt Regency Delhi

Luggage Space

There were even shoe trees (another nice touch!).

Hyatt Regency Delhi

Shoe Trees

I appreciated the attention to detail of the room.  There were even two sets of slippers, where some hotels only leave one pair.

Hyatt Regency Delhi

2 Sets of Slippers

Lastly, there was a bedroom…

Hyatt Regency Delhi

Hyatt Regency Delhi

…with a large flat screen TV built into the wall.  There were doors for privacy.

Hyatt Regency Delhi

TV

The wall by the bed nightstand had light controls.  This was very convenient to turn everything off all at once, without even getting out of bed!

Hyatt Regency Delhi

Controls By Bed

Daraius amazed my mom & Judi with the hotel selections—the Hyatt Regency in Delhi was nothing short of luxury and a great way to end our holiday in India!

* If you liked this post, why don’t you join the 10,000+ readers who have signed-up to receive free blog posts via email (only 1 email per day!) or in a RSS reader …because then you’ll never miss another trip report!

These responses are not provided or commissioned by the bank advertiser. Responses have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by the bank advertiser. It is not the bank advertiser's responsibility to ensure all posts and/or questions are answered.

13 responses to “Mother-In-Law’s First Trip to India: Hyatt Regency Delhi

  1. Oh god, it’s finally over..

  2. Greg…we haven’t heard about the flight home.

    Been to India…brought back lots of memorize…I must go again.

  3. I know it’s easy to make jokes but these guys make a lot of effort to post pics and describe their travels. I think most of us enjoy reading and seeing the photos. Some of the best reports/pics of traveling in India I have ever seen. What about you? Funny how people complain or make smart ass comments about the trip reports yet still can’t resist reading those reports As if that’s not enough they invest their time and energy to post after reading something they imply has wasted their time. Pretty ironic. In the end, you’re just reading and pecking, while Daraius and family are embracing the world.

  4. I am deeply appreciative, as always, for the detail and effort you put into your posts. I look forward to them all, and I’m particularly interested in this series, since my wife and I will be in India with my mom in a few weeks, and were flying back on BA 1st (Mom and wife) and Business (me).

  5. I love Judie and Connie… can I take them with me, next time I travel? They look like so much fun and very good sports!

  6. Pingback: 2 Days in Delhi | Million Mile Secrets

  7. Pingback: Eating in Delhi | Million Mile Secrets

  8. Pingback: A Day in Agra | Million Mile Secrets

  9. Pingback: Eating in Bombay | Million Mile Secrets

  10. Pingback: Park Hyatt Goa Regular Room | Million Mile Secrets

  11. Pingback: Park Hyatt Goa Activities | Million Mile Secrets

  12. Pingback: Kansas City to Chicago | Million Mile Secrets

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.