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Hotels in Delhi 400 rooms have been reserved for Biden’s G20 visit

Delegates for the G20 Leaders’ Summit in Delhi next month will begin arriving soon. During the conference, around 30 hotels in Delhi-NCR will welcome these delegates.

US Vice President Joe Biden will stay at the ITC Maurya Sheraton, while Chinese President Xi Jinping will stay at the Taj Palace. According to sources, the G20 delegates will be housed at 23 hotels in Delhi and nine in the NCR.

ITC Maurya, Taj Mansingh, Taj Palace, Hotel Oberoi, Hotel Lalit, The Lodhi, Le Meridian, Hyatt Regency, Shangri-La, Leela Palace, Hotel Ashoka, Eros Hotel, The Surya, Radisson Blue Plaza, JW Marriott, Sheraton, The Leela Ambience Convention, Hotel Pullman, Rosette Hotel, and The Imperial are among the hotels in Delhi.

The Vivanta (Surajkund), ITC Grand (Gurugram), Taj City Centre (Gurugram), Hyatt Regency (Gurugram), The Oberoi (Gurugram), WestINN (Gurugram), Crown Plaza (Greater Noida) are all located in the NCR.


According to sources, ‘American Secret Service’ commandos would be stationed on every floor of the ITC Maurya Hotel, where Joe Biden will stay. He will remain on the 14th floor and will use a special elevator to get there. This hotel has about 400 rooms reserved.

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, according to insiders, will stay at the Shangri-La Hotel. The Claridges Hotel will host French President Emmanuel Macron. The Australian Prime Minister, Anthony Albanese, will stay in the Imperial Hotel, while Chinese President Xi Jinping will stay at the Taj Palace.

Advance liaison teams from the United States, the United Kingdom, and China have already arrived in India.

Turkish officials will stay at the Oberoi Hotel in Delhi, while delegations from Mauritius, the Netherlands, Nigeria, and Spain will stay at the Le Meridien, according to reports.

The Chinese and Brazilian delegations will stay at the Taj Palace in Delhi, while the Indonesian and Australian delegations will lodge at the Imperial Hotel. Similarly, the representatives from the United Kingdom and Germany will stay in Shangri-La, while the Italian and Singaporean delegations will stay at the Hyatt Regency in Delhi.

The United States delegation will stay at the ITC Maurya Sheraton in Chanakyapuri, Oman at the Lodhi Hotel, France at the Claridges Hotel, and Bangladesh at the Grand Hyatt in Gurugram.

According to sources, the delegations from Canada and Japan will stay at the Lalit Hotel in Delhi.

The Egyptian team will stay at the ITC Sheraton in Saket, while the Korean delegation will stay at the Oberoi Hotel in Gurugram. The Saudi delegation will stay at the Leela Hotel in Gurugram.

In Delhi, the UAE delegation will stay at the Taj Mahal Hotel.


To safeguard the safety of international visitors, central paramilitary forces, NSG commandos, and Delhi Police teams would be deployed. Different roles have been assigned to commandos from all security agencies.

In addition, the ‘American Secret Service’ unit, which will be assigned under Biden’s security, will arrive in Delhi three days before the two-day G20 meeting begins on September 9.

So far, the Ministry of Home Affairs has held a number of meetings to examine security plans. Fifty CRPF guard teams would be deployed to ensure the safety of G20 delegates.

The CRPF has assembled a squad of 1,000 soldiers at the VIP Security Training Centre in Greater Noida to safeguard the safety of the G20 summit’s foreign guests.