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Hiya! We’re finally back from a few new places which means lots to share with you all and I can’t wait! You probably know by now that mama and I have returned from a pretty epic 10 days in Nepal and India which was an experience I don’t think either of us is ever going to forget! Seeing the sunrise over the Himalayas and Everest, sky-diving over the Annapurna Valley, seeing the Taj Mahal together and just freaking enjoying each others company is something I’m so grateful alhamdulillah that we had the chance to do x check out the pre-pre to our adventure on youtube here!

We moved around quite a bit during this trip, checking into a new place every night which did get a tad tiring, so I think we were both super grateful for our stay at bloomrooms in New Delhi during the final 2 days of our adventure! Coming back to the same place and same room brought a sense of comfort and ease, especially right before heading back to Kuwait, something I’d definitely recommend just before you head home ie. staying put in one location during the final leg!

bloomrooms New Delhi is part of the larger Bloom Hotels Group which oversees a few different hotels throughout Asia. This includes hotels in Delhi, Bangalore, Gurgaon, and Goa [secretly stoked about this one!] They’ve also been featured in the lonely planet guide, Conde Nast Traveler, Cnn, GQ, and the New York Times just to name a few!

The number one priority @bloom hotels is to ensure guests get a good nights rest during their stay, resulting in a custom built cloudbed placed in each room which I think mama and I can both attest to being super comfortable! Showers and the bath area were also super lovely and spacious; after experiencing a couple drip-drippy showers the one at blooms was heavenly. Mama particularly loved the scent of their body wash & soaps so its got an official mum seal of approval lol

We stayed at the bloomrooms @ Link Road location which was awarded with the Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence for the fourth year running. At first we definitely found it hard to locate, partly due to the fact our tuk-tuk driver had no idea where he was going and didn’t have a phone or googlemaps and tried to scam us hard core (your girl had to pull out the teacher finger on mandem!), but once we were settled and were able to situate ourselves it was definitely a blessing! It’s quite central and located in a residential area which made us feel quite safe and secure (again especially since our blady driver took us through the backroad slums convincing us we should trust him and check in someplace else he knew of as this was a smelly and unsafe area. Fact: it wasn’t!)

The location itself sports the cutest garden ever, alongside a lounge and café on the grounds. The general atmosphere and vibe was up me alley as well; not too stuffy or too lax, but a balance between the two. Someplace you could def hang out with mates and have a laugh or potentially hold a meeting at; perfect for both leisure and business purposes I suppose! The caf stays open til quite late which I appreciated because mum and I ended up getting munchy at random times lol food is freshly cooked which was another plus and again, mum approved! Mamas the type who isn’t too keen to eat out very often, so when she does she’s quite particular about where she eats lol so the fact that she opted to head back to blooms on several occasions whilst we were out and preferred to eat there is quite telling lol

A 5-10 minute walk via an overpass bridge to Jangpura Metro Station allowed access to the whole of Delhi. A tourist day pass was 200 rupees ($3 CAD) per person which gave us access to all lines including towards the airport metro which was lovely (you know I love me public transport). The location also has a car on the property which I’m sure you can book if you need to get someplace, but be sure to do it in advance so they can coordinate with the driver. Mum and I were kindly dropped off to the metro our first day which def helped visualize our surroundings and mentally map out the route there and back!

I also love meself an old fashioned paper tourist map with sites and metro systems etc. and the one provided by blooms was super helpful, especially because our location was so accessible to everything. Accessibility is definitely something I look for when wanting to stay someplace ie. is it close to public transport, can I get to sites, town etc. without a taxi, can I walk etc etc etc. and so was grateful for where we were placed.

Staying at blooms allowed for a much needed wind down to our trip which I was grateful for. The fact that both mum and I were able to enjoy the space and that it met our different needs (comfort, access to technology, food, location etc.) was blessed. If you’re ever in the region or come across a blooms establishment (click here for a list), definitely give them a go as they’re guaranteed to meet your needs and then some!

Special thanks to bloomrooms@Link Road for hosting me for a night during my stay in Delhi. All opinions and views expressed are my own.

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