About the hotel
A Capital Address
In the verdurous enclave of Chanakyapuri, the stateliness of ITC Maurya aptly reflects the quiet dignity of its location. Situated in the diplomatic enclave of New Delhi, in close proximity to the corridors of power in the capital city, ITC Maurya has long been the favored accommodation of Heads of State, Royalty and Business Leaders from across the world.
Steeped in History
Inspired by the grand Mauryan dynasty, one of the worlds largest and most powerful kingdoms at its zenith, this 5-star luxury hotel expresses the refined courtliness and majesty resembling this mighty empire. It also reflects the many intriguing facets of the Mauryas and their Golden Rule' - from the enigma of the Buddhist King Ashoka who was considered the most ferocious and the gentlest rulers of all time, the invincibility of Chandragupta and his unfathomable cunning advisor, Chanakaya, and the seemliness splendor of the dynasty, ITC Maurya is a tribute to the Mauryan dynasty!
Satiated with historical allusions that have sprung to life with the refreshing vitality of the contemporary interpretation by some of Indias finest artists, ITC Maurya houses a priceless and exquisite collection of art by Krishen Khanna, M.F. Husain, Tyeb Mehta, Yusuf Arakkal, A R Ramachandran, Akbar Padamsee and more.
A significant feature on the itineraries of gourmets across the world, ITC Mauryas restaurants promise a unique experience of authentic Indian and international cuisine. One of Delhis most popular dining destination, the hotel houses the internationally acclaimed Bukhara for Indian North-West frontier cuisine, which has been consistently voted amongst the Top 50 Restaurants in the World and the Top 20 in Asia', Dum Pukht was also voted for royal Awadhi cuisine, recognized as one of the Worlds Best Classic Restaurants by Conde Nast Traveler Gold Standard.
ITC Maurya is a Green Hotel endorsing Responsible Luxury and is certified as the world's first LEED EB* Platinum rated hotel by the US Green Building Council (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design in the existing building category).