About Venue

The Ashok Hotel is a five-star deluxe resort in the 50, Niti Marg, Diplomatic enclave of Chanakyapuri, New Delhi. The Ashok was built in 1956 by the first Prime Minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru on 25 acres of parkland donated to the government by the prince regent of Jammu and Kashmir, Karan Singh and designed by architect E.B. Doctor. Owner of The Ashok Hotel is Government of India. The hotel is owned by ITDC, (India Tourism Development Corporation) of which the Government of India owns a 87.03% stake.
The hotel is named after emperor Ashoka The Great, who had conquered almost the entirety of the Indian subcontinent from c. 268 to 232 BCE. The hotel has 550 guest rooms and houses the largest pillar-less convention hall and 7 floors the largest conference room have 4,272 sq ft. The Ashok offers a host of facilities such as an outdoor swimming pool, spa and wellness center and a fitness center.
Free wifi access is available. The government has fixed an indicative value for Delhi's iconic 'The Ashok' hotel at Rs 7,409 crore under the national monetisation programme, according to sources. The Ashok Hotel features 2 on-site restaurants for your dining convenience. Meals served include dinner and lunch. Asian cuisine is available for guests. Visit the sights and local attractions of New Delhi and NCR during your stay at the hotel.
Pose in front of India Gate located 4.5 km away, and you can always show your friends the time you went to New Delhi and NCR. Wake up to a magical day and enjoy all that new Delhi and NCR offers with a stay at The Ashok Hotel. Sampling the authentic culture of New Delhi and NCR is easy with a stay at the Ashok Hotel.