Welcome to THE MET – the future of Hospitality. At The Met, innovative design, modern technology and eco – friendly practices have been enhanced with new ideas and bright insights. You can enjoy luxury with a conscience at The Met. Liberally sprinkled with both business essentials and travel comforts, The Met is the perfect destination for finest living for an international business and upscale leisure traveler as it is conveniently located in the heart of business and commercial hub of New Delhi.
The Met, a fine blend of beauty and intelligence, is a member of Utell Hotels & Resorts, an international hotel marketing brand, and features in their Luxury Business Collection. Our Five Star Deluxe hotel is also a member of HotelsCombined, and is highly rated at Trip Advisor and Venere.com, Expedia Inc. companies by the travelers from all over the world.
The Met houses renowned restaurants to mesmerize guests with eclectic options to choose from distinctive dining and wining experiences. To the global gourmet, The Met offers the award winning Sakura, India's first Japanese restaurant, Chutney, Bar + Tandoor, offering dinners an indigenous fusion of pan–Indian cuisine, Zing, the all-day world cuisine restaurant featuring an international platter set to tantalize the taste buds. In addition, The Met has a full service Business Center, stylish Banquet Halls and Meeting Venues, Health Spa with Swimming Pool to provide the extras that our corporate business traveler expects.
The hotel is home to Craft House a luxury lifestyle store, with its exclusive range of Indian handicrafts, pashmina, jewellery, ayurvedic spa products and the most unusual and unique Indian tea selections.
The Met believes in providing luxury with a conscience and therefore has created EcoMet. The objective of EcoMet (Ecological Philosophy of The Metropolitan Hotel inspired from both the ancient Indian Vedic Science and Modern Science) is that The Met aims to create perfect balance between human consumption and provisions of nature.
Come, LIVE MET SMART at the prestigious and newly renovated avatar of the Met in New Delhi, India.