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Leafy green Saket is a great neighborhood. Getting around is simple!
Delhi is a massive megapolis and South Delhi, especially the Saket neighborhood, is considered it's active and most exciting part. In South Delhi you'll find a modern city littered with ancient monuments, teeming with great restaurants, nightspots and heaps of culture. This is where local street-markets compete with world-class malls and boutiques and art galleries spring up amidst urban villages.
Saket Metro Station on the Central Line
Several banks and ATMs
A 24 hour convenience store
The landmark PVR Cinema Complex
(where you can buy a local cellphone, try a Maharajah Mac at McDonalds or dig into Delhi's favorite kebabs!)
The historic Qutub Institutional Area�featuring Delhi's iconic QutubMinar and "Style Mile"�
(where all the hottest new restaurants, night-spots and designer boutiques are setting up shop in restored old "havelis" (mansions))
The Garden of 5 Senses (with 5 really great restaurants and lounges)
The boutique Crescent Mall hosting some of the India's biggest fashion names �
The LadoSarai Golf Club (Delhi's only pay 'n play golf course) �
The LadoSarai "Urban Village" with its dozen or so art galleries
Max Hospital, Saket
3 huge shopping malls (Select Citywalk, DLF Place and MGF Metropolitan) with multiple food courts, restaurants and movie theaters.
Hotels like The Sheraton, Hilton Garden Inn and Country Inn
Quaint, artsy, gallery-and-restaurant-packed "Urban Villages' like HauzKhas and Shahpurjat
DilliHaat with its ever-changing handicrafts market and cheap-eats regional food-stalls
The enormous Sarojini Nagar and Lajpat Nagar Markets (great for cheap street shopping)
Saket BnB is located close to all of the above. It's also on the central metro line, which takes you within close proximity to most of Delhi's monuments in 15 - 20 minutes for roughly INR 25 or 50c USD!
If you're sightseeing, getting around to Delhi's monuments by taxi is relatively cheap as an all day taxi service costs roughly INR 1400 or $25 for 8 hours and takes you to locations of your choice.
There are also a number of options to conveniently hire local taxis for short distances, and if you're feeling adventurous, there are plenty of auto-rickshaws available off the street!
Saket Bed and Breakfast is also a good alternative to a budget hotel near Delhi IGI airport (17Km) or hotel near train station (15Km) as both are fairly well accessible (taxis cost between INR 250-600 or USD $5 - $12). We also provide an easy hand map and directions, along with helpful tips on taxi services.
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