B&B Guest House in New Delhi at Greater Kailash
Sai villa bed & breakfast guest house, homestay/service apartment in South Delhi is located at E-578, Greater Kailash part-2, New Delhi.
Recreational facilities, restaurants, coffee shops, pubs/ bars, take away joints, shopping/ markets, health clubs, spas, massage parlours, gyms, green belt for jogging, parks, chemists, departmental stores, sweet shops, banks, post office drycleaners, taxi/ tuk-tuk stand, ATMs, couriers etc, all within walking distance.
Key locations in Kms (Approx):
Metro Station Nehru Place is less then 5 minutes ride in tuk-tuk riksha from Sai villa and it takes only Rs 30 (less then 50 cents).
Directions from New Delhi Airport: Airport pick-up can be arranged by Sai villa or an Airport pre-paid taxi can also be hired from the Airport complex.
Airport Taxi: Its easy to hire pre-paid Airport taxi from airport complex itself and for directions please take a print out of our location page. Sai villa is just six buildings away from Savitri - DT Cinema on your left hand side, near to Bank ATMs and dry cleaning shop.
PRESS: Sai villa has been featured in Outlook Traveller in its June 2008 issue in its article for Delhi's best b&b's. Sai villa also featured in the in-flight megazine of Jet Airways Jetwings International in its April, 2009 issue in which Sai villa has been recommended among top five Delhi's bed and breakfast. Sai villa has been covered in the BBC World News Fast Track show on Delhi's preparation for Common Wealth Games 2010. Sai villa was awarded Certificate for Service Excellence by Times research for the year 2009-10 being one of the top five lodging in South Delhi. Sai villa received the Certificate of Excellence for the years 2010-11-12-13 from Tripadvisor. Sai villa also featured in Mas Traveller, megazine of Malaysia Airlines in the year 2010. Sai villa selected among one of the six ways to stay in Delhi by Outlook Traveller in its August 2011 issue. An article on places good for terrace party, Sai villa was covered under that by Times of India newspaper on 20 Nov, 2015.