A Signature dishes from Ambassador’s renowned trio of restaurants can be tasted in one splendid dining experience. Guests begin with cocktails and starters at Insomnia, before moving to Yellow Brick Road to savor colonial-era classics that have wowed generations of patrons at the hotel. The feast culminates over a sumptuous Chinese meal at the legendary Larry’s China.
Bird Feeding on the Lawns
Pigeon feeding is a quintessential Delhi activity. Across the capital, citizens stop for a breather from their hectic lives to large flocks of eager birds. Guests at Ambassador get to be a part of this local culture at the hotel’s very own Lutyens Lawns. Whether early in the morning or in the afternoon, our staff guides you to the best spot to invite your feathered friends for a snack. The activity is perfect for some photo ops and a chance to perhaps walk barefoot on the grass.
The hotel arranges for guided tours of Lutyens, its magnificent neighbourhood with iconic broad roads, gardens and museums. There are also tours to explore the Delhi Metro Rail system which is adjacent to the hotel. Our ‘Metro Concierge’ provides personalized services to guests, including purchase of passes, shopping assistance, sightseeing stops and more. The themed walks are a wonderful window to the culture, history and heritage of Delhi.
High Tea on the Terrace
Ambassador Book Club
The multifaceted legacy of Lutyens has a strong literary bent. Renowned authors and artists have lived and worked in close proximity to the Ambassador, including the late journalist, historian, and raconteur Khushwant Singh. Our Book Club celebrates this literary inheritance with weekly meet-ups in the hotel, where guests discuss authors, new/classic books, art, and culture. A vintage gem in the digital ear, the club is scripted to delight bookworms of all ages.