Colonel's Retreat is now recommened by the Lonely Planet, India,in it's 2013 Edition on Page 87.

Colonel's Retreat is now recommened by the Lonely Planet

Colonel's Retreat is recommened by DK Eyewitness Travel: Top 10 Boutique Hotels in Delhi, Page 116

Colonel's Retreat is now recommened by DK Eyewitness Travel

Colonel's Retreat is now recommened by the Lonely Planet, India,in it's 2011 Edition on Page 86.

Colonel's Retreat is now recommened by the Lonely Planet

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guardian.co.uk : India’s top 10 homestays (September 2010)

Guardian.co.uk India’s top 10 homestays

From India Today's SIMPLY DELHI, September 2010, Page S-18

“This is a good way to meet people from around theworld,”says Arun Khanna, owner of Colonel’s Retreat. B&Bs, he says, “are here to stay and a good value for money; a sort of middle-ground between expensive five star hotels and Paharganj.” Begun two years ago, Colonel’s Retreat, with its peaceful location has been a temporary home to guests from different walks of life. Khanna recounts how parents who are in Delhi to adopt orphans prefer to stay at the B&B while finalizing their paperwork; “In a way, this is the adopted child’s first home.As the CWG approaches, Khanna has recieved some enquiries from athletes, but not too many. He says the majority of his guests are foreigners and ”an increasingly large percentage of Indians”. Make sure you try the home made banana cake, you will go bananas in delight.