Signs proclaim: ‘The Icon Returns’. They’re right. For half-a-century, The Oberoi, reopened after a two-year refurbishment, has had an unassailable reputation as a great Indian hotel. Buzzing with the capital’s elite, it now also promises global-standard clean air: an added inducement in this pollution-plagued city.
There are three restaurants, generally packed with the Delhi beau monde in designer black. The fine-dining Omya (it means “beautiful”) has outstanding ‘contemporary Indian’ menus created by London-based Alfred Prasad, the youngest Indian chef with a Michelin star.
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