Haveli Dharampura offers five-star hospitality for the discerning leisure and business traveler.
The three storied building has 14 beautifully furnished rooms. Every room has been tastefully designed and has a unique ambience and charm, keeping the royal Mughal era in mind. They are spacious and well-equipped with modern amenities. The hotel offers 24 hrs front desk service.
Unwind yourself at our luxurious spa specially designed to relax and revive your mind, body and soul. Choose from an array of services to pamper yourself. Steam and sauna facilities are also available.
Often hailed as the food capital of India, Chandani Chowk is famous for its streets always bustling with ravenous foodies. It is an example of Purani Dilli’s long and intimate relationship with food, and for people seeking culinary adventures, it provides an intoxicating mix of flavor and atmosphere.
An old ethnic ambience and the desire to bring street food to the table lends an edge to Lakhori restaurant. From the famous Papri Chaat to the exquisite flavours of kebabs, the restaurant is the best place to relish delightful food in a beautiful setting. Thereby bringing highest baditiens of food culture.
The terrace offers the perfect romantic getaway and/or an ideal location for a fun summers evening spent with friends. The regal arches take you back in time while you sit and watch the sun setting over the horizon feeling like a royal in the Mughal era sp. in winters.
Kabootarbazi is a popular folk sport of North India that received royal patronage in Medieval India, but Old Delhi has best preserved the sport. In this thoroughly enjoyable experience, you will be introduced to the art of pigeon flying on rooftops where one controls 50 pigeons using just a whistle, stick and a bag of seeds. Though this unique activity can be witnessed daily in the evenings and morning from the Haveli, you will spot the kabootars flying very often.
It is the art of flying kites and it is breathtakingly beautiful to look at the sky covered with colourful kites from the Haveli rooftop, especially when a cool breeze takes them higher. The view is exceedingly prominent in the months of Jul-Aug to Dec-Jan. During this process kite flyers try to bring other kites down by entangling them, and that’s the start of an exciting kite fight! The last kite flying is the winner. If you wish to fly kites, please ask for “patang and dor”. We hope the kite of your life takes new heights!
Haveli Dharampura regularly organizes Music and Dance evenings for its guests to enjoy the rich cultural heritage of India. Professional singers and dancers from various places showcase their immense talent. The foot-tapping music and dance creates a fun-filled atmosphere for the guests.
After having explored the heritage property, you can enjoy sight-seeing too. Old Delhi has a lot to offer to its tourists and you could spend weeks exploring them. Some of the key attractions include the Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Digambar Jain temple, Rajghat, and the nearby markets with shops of all kinds, selling jewellery, bridal wear, books, spices, dry fruits, electronic goods, and many more things.
Chandni Chowk or the silver path was once a glittering market street with a waterway running down its centre, and noblemen and ladies passing down the streets to savour its wealth. Today, it remains a bustling trading area, where you will come across shops and markets of all kinds, selling jewellery, bridal wear, books, spices, sweetmeats, dry fruits, electronic goods, and many more things.
Rajghat, Mahatma Gandhi’s cremation site-memorial is another tourist hotspot.