Clark International, located in the heart of New Delhi, combines a world of pleasure to your every business.
We offer over 32 rooms tastefully decorated for your pleasure. The highest form of comfort has been designed to make your stay comfortable. Large & spacious rooms wall to wall carpeted & wooden flooring. Elegnatly furnished, equiped with satellite T.V., Air conditioners, Telephone (With direct dialing facility) & Mini Bars creat an ambience - rich in warmth and character.
Hotel Karol Bagh is Asia's biggetst market for shopping from Ladies Ethnic wear to Jewellery, Leather bags & Shoes etc. Busy shopping streets are Ajmal Khan Road, Arya Samaj Road, and the Ghaffar Market. Karol Bagh is easily accessible from every part of Delhi. Connaught Place is just 4 km, India Gate is 5 km, Red Fort is 6 km
It is well coonected with Delhi Metro Rail Network. Nearest Metro Station is Karol Bagh
When it came into being, the sprawling circular market was the largest of its kind in India. This market has two circles. The Inner Circle consists of Blocks A to F. The important shops and showrooms here include Adidas Originals, Allen Solly, Bentley, Bon Ton, Cantabil, Gas, Johnson Watch Company, Kalpana, Lee, Louis Philippe, Neelkanth Jewellers, Nike, Orra, Park Avenue, Pepe, Proline and Fila, Roopchand Jewellers, Snowhite Square, Wills Lifestyle. The Outer Circle consists of Blocks G to P. Showrooms like Digjam, Lacoste, Omega, Rado, RL Exports and TAG Heuer lie in this circle.
Palika Bazar: This underground, air-conditioned market located below the inner circle of Connaught Place was set up in the late 1970s. It is especially famous for cheap electronic goods and clothes. From footwear to clothing to nightwear to perfumes to accessories to electronic gadgets to DVDs and CDs, you will get a wide range of products in this massive market. You may also buy curios and small knick-knacks to take back home as souvenirs. There are hundreds of shops in Palika Bazaar. It is estimated to have some 15,000 people within its confines at any given time and also attracts many foreign tourists.
At the centre of New Delhi stands the 42 m high India Gate, an "Arc-de-Triomphe" like archway in the middle of a crossroad. Almost similar to its French counterpart, it commemorates the 70,000 Indian soldiers who lost their lives fighting for the British Army during the World War I. The memorial bears the names of more than 13,516 British and Indian soldiers killed in the Northwestern Frontier in the Afghan war of 1919.