Hyatt Regency Delhi

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Hyatt Regency Delhi
Hotel chainHyatt
General information
AddressBhikaji Cama Place, Ring Road, New Delhi, India
OwnerAsian Hotels North Limited
ManagementHyatt Hotels Corporation
Technical details
Floor count7
Other information
Number of rooms507
Number of suites52

The Hyatt Regency Delhi is a luxury hotel in New Delhi, India, built in 1983. The five-star hotel has 507 rooms and 52 suites. It has 5,500 sq ft of space suitable for corporate and social events. [1][2]


Hyatt Regency Delhi was thronged with Delhi Police, when 31 year old, socialite-photographer Natasha Singh, daughter in law of Natwar Singh, of Indian National Congress, supposedly jumped to her death from the roof of the hotel on Sunday, March 17, 2002.[3]


  1. ^ 16 November 2013 Hyatt Hotels appoints Aseem Kapoor as Area Director North West India, Hospitality Biz India
  2. ^ 15 November 2013 Are Delhi restaurants successful only because of their chefs?, By Vir Sanghvi, Hindustan Times
  3. ^ Natasha Singh found dead in hotel | Delhi News[1][2][3]