Bajaj Indian Home Stay offers you a comfortable stay in the ambience of an Indian home, situated close to the commercial hub-center of Delhi. Thoughtfully designed with modern amenities, Bajaj Indian Home Stay offers the opportunity to unwind and relax to both the business as well as the tourist traveller.
A Hearty Welcome awaits you during your visit to Delhi at the very popular Bajaj Indian Home Stay Offering "An Experience That's Indian Altogether" where your hosts Raj & Rani Bajaj with a very Friendly Team, will Render you personalized Services from the Heart at their Exquisite property characterized with Unique Themed Boutique Concept.
“Thine Guest Shalt be thy God”
Namaste and welcome to Bajaj Indian Home Stay ! Hearty hospitality has always remained one of the most valued fine traditions of the Indian culture. A guest visiting an Indian home is always considered to be a representative of God. You are invited to experience the unique hospitality of Indian home stay - an experience that's Indian, altogether.
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