If you have been following me on Instagram you must be knowing about my trip to Delhi last month. While on my stay there, I got the opportunity to visit the Roseate hotel for a staycation. I visited both the Roseate House and The Roseate Hotel and had the most wonderful stay.
Day 1 at The Roseate House
I was putting up in Gurgaon and the car arrived right on time for pick up. As we arrived at the hotel, there a small welcome ceremony where we were greeted with flowers and fresh juice. The Roseate House is conceived as a book, with each floor being a chapter and the rooms representing stories. The entire hotel has a very modern and chic appeal. The hotel has been done in warm tones of brown and beige. You'll find several coffee table books and fantastic artworks in every corner. Being a business hotel, the rooms weren't very spacious. In fact, the bathroom occupied a major portion of the room. One side of the room was covered in glass from ceiling to the floor which offered a splendid view. The staffs were extremely courteous and prompt in their service.
The best part about my stay at The Roseate House would be the food. We had our meals at Del, the multi-cuisine bistro and dropped by Chidiya Ghar for drinks. The beetroot and burrata salad, duck confit and the sushi platter were some of my favorite picks at Del. A meal for 2 at Del would cost you over INR 3000+ taxes. For evening snacks we stopped by the in-house patisserie Roasted, which offered delicious cupcakes and macaroons. They also serve a wide selection of TWG Tea, I personally loved their Vanilla Bourbon tea. The hotel also has a mini theater where the guests can enjoy movie screenings and not to forget the luxurious Aheli Spa where you can unwind with their signature massages.
Day 2 at The Roseate
The next afternoon we headed to The Roseate hotel after having our breakfast at Del. While The Roseate House is more of a formal business hotel, The Roseate hotel is more on the lines of a luxurious resort and is a perfect destination to unwind with your friends and family. I was completely in awe of the minimal yet elegant architecture at The Roseate. The property is spread across eight acres of land, surrounded by lush greenery and clear water bodies. The architecture is inspired from the 5 elements of Hindu philosophy- air, water, fire, earth and the sky which is reflected throughout the property in the form of dome ceilings, floral walls and extended water bodies.
The pool facing rooms were huge and spacious with state-of-the-art bathroom. The hotel has the longest pool, over 100m long however it was quite shallow. We had our breakfast and lunch at Kiyan. The breakfast spread was huge however the lunch menu was quite limited. The food served was decent but the dessert platter stole the show. I absolutely loved the raspberry sorbet, it's the best I have ever had. We had our dinner at Chi Ni which served delicious Chinese food. Although the service was a tad slow but the food was very impressive. The hotel staffs who were extremely warm and helpful, made my stay a pleasant one.
If given a choice to pick one between the two properties, I would choose The Roseate hotel any day. It's a perfect place to escape from the tedious city life for a rejuvenating weekend. The rates for an executive room at both the hotel ranges from INR 12,000-19,000 depending on the availability.
|But first, Coffee!!|
|Not your average library uniform!!|
|The picturesque entrance at the Roseate|
|The metal flowers adorning the entrance gates|
|Retro vibing much!!|
|Couldn't stop taking pictures against this magnificent metal flower wall..|
|When life gives you lemons, wear them on your tee!!|
|Waiting for the Cupcakes like!!|
Hope you all enjoyed the pictures.
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