The Manor has reopened after being restored, renewed and re-imagined for its 20th anniversary. Recreated by the original design team, Shirley Fujikawa and Vinay Kapoor, The Manor steps up to its reputation for a blend of contemporary chic reinterpreted with local materials and craftsmanship, including authentic terrazzo, natural textures, and fabrics paired with rich wood and stones. The hotel includes two culinary destinations, in-Q and Noci, an Ayurveda spa, state-of-the-art health facilities. Under the leadership of Chef Aditya Kumar Jha, in-Q is a contemporary take on Indian cuisine showcasing traditional flavours and ingredients, while Noci offers a stylish yet relaxed Italian cafe experience with its small plates, salads, wood fired pizza and fresh brewed coffee.
Set in nearly an acre of secluded garden space, in one of the smartest tree-lined residential quarters of New Delhi, The Manor has always aimed to take the stress out of travel. Exceptional personalised service has been the hallmark of The Manor and even more so now with our extended wellness offerings. Recharge and maintain your routine at STUDIO60, the fitness centre features both high-energy group classes and private personal training. House of Ayurveda, a wellness spa by Kairali Ayurvedic Group provides a holistic experience well beyond massages and can include consultation, yoga, ayurvedic meals and follow up care for those seeking rejuvenation and transformation. ISAAC Luxe, Dr. Geetika Mittal Gupta’s aesthetic clinic, provide unique skin, hair, weight loss and wellness solutions.
Akshay Chawla, General Manager at The Manor, speaking on the launch said “Over the past decade, I have had the opportunity to work at some of the finest luxury hotels in the country, along with travelling and staying at countless hotels in major international destinations. While many regions in India have seen success with boutique hotels, travellers do not have such options in gateways like Delhi. Putting The Manor back on this map after a yearlong renovation is our objective, which with the quality of accommodation, food and services we offer; we shall graciously fill this gap for visitors entering India through its capital.”