Welcome to Ashok Country Resort



The Ashok Country Resort certainly lives up to its name. Set in sprawling green grounds and with rooms that have an unpretentious luxury, this serene oasis is a splendid choice for those who wish to stay in the airport vicinity.

Without a doubt, the major draw card of this four-star property is its lovely, isolated setting; upon arrival you'll immediately feel as if you've been whisked away to a sequestered retreat in rural India - truly amazing considering the hotel's proximity to the airport and a busy national highway. The rooms aren't of the glamorous five-star genre but are still extremely comfortable, with soft beds (many sporting charming carved wooden bed-heads) and pleasant furnishings. In addition, most of the rooms receive a profuse amount of natural light thanks to large windows - something sorely lacking in most Delhi hotels. The pool isn't particularly large, but it's a relaxing spot to slow the pace with a good book and frosty beverage. When you feel like picking up the pace, burn calories at the hotel's small gym, or perhaps a jog around the restful grounds is more your thing.


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Sarina Singh
co-ordinating author
New Delhi

Lonely Planet



We stayed here two nights in late March 2007. An excellent hotel! I worried at first, because we didn't see the hotel’s driver at the Delhi airport anywhere in the crowd holding a sign with my name on it. When I took a second walk through the area, though, he was there, and helped us with our bags, led us to the hotel’s shiny new SUV, and drove us safely to the resort. The room was clean and spacious, and staff was helpful and polite. Breakfast buffet was good, and lunch was excellent in the resort’s restaurant. The well-maintained grounds, with lots of flowers (a treat for us, having come from a long Alaska winter), a pool, and benches, gave us the breathing space we needed after a long flight. The entire resort is fenced off and so it feels insulated from the hubbub and traffic. Its small shop sold high-quality souvenirs and clothing. They let us take the salwar tops back to our room to try them on. Checked my email in the lobby, bought bottled water to take with us on our next leg (8-hour drive to Nainital), and had them book us a room for our return through Delhi at another hotel (as Ashok Country Resort was booked)—Hotel Deemarks nearby. Their recommendation for that hotel turned out to be fine. I highly recommend Ashok Country Resort!

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June 17, 2007



This is a good place to sleep after a long flight. The rooms were clean and quiet, bathroom clean and adequate. Good varied buffet breakfast. Lovely gardens, and the pool looked nice, though it was too cool to try it in December. Staff were pleasant and helpful. I wish I had been able to have a massage in their health centre, but they were booked solid.

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January 12, 2007



I found myself at Ashok Country Resort - A perfect spot to make the transition from your home country to India - Gracious hospitality and personal comfort assured - The staff cannot do enough for each guest - I'm so grateful for my experience there.


Marion Buceig,
Miami Beach

8th oct 2007


Thank you - A very enjoyable stay. We were only here for about 30 Hours but all your staff were so friendly, helpful - unfair to single out one.


Mike Coleman,
Fairlight, OXFORD