Delhi, 21st September 2023- The G20 Summit, which brings together leaders from the world’s largest economies, is a crucial platform for discussions on global economic challenges, trade and cooperation. Among the high-profile guests who graced the city, the French President Mr. Emmanuel Macron and Mr. Bruno Le Maire, Minister of Finance, Economy, Industrial and Digital Sovereignty at France, selected The Claridges New Delhi as their preferred accommodation.
This prestigious choice reflects the hotel's reputation for luxury and its exceptional services, making it the preferred choice for distinguished guests from around the world.
The Claridges New Delhi, part of the renowned Claridges Collection, has a long-standing tradition of hosting prominent figures from the political, business, and entertainment worlds. The decision by President Mr. Macron and Finance Minister Mr. Le Maire to stay at The Claridges New Delhi underscores the hotel's commitment to providing an unmatched experience for its guests.
The Hotel offers a blend of modern sophistication and classic elegance, creating an ambiance that caters to the discerning tastes of international leaders. Its impeccable service, world-class amenities, and attention to detail have made it an iconic destination for those seeking the highest standards of hospitality.
Heading the security at the hotel, Major Deepak Mahar, Associate Vice President
Loss and Prevention, expressed his thoughts on security measures for the esteemed guests: "Security is paramount for us, especially when hosting high-profile dignitaries. We have taken extensive measures to ensure the utmost safety and comfort of all our guests, aligning our efforts with the grandeur of the G20 Summit.”
Embracing the significance of 2023 as the 'International Year of Millets,' chefs in the heart of the nation's capital have dedicated themselves to transforming millet grains like ragi, jowar, and bajra into gourmet delights.
Executive Chef Ankur Gulati of The Claridges New Delhi shared, "We have enthusiastically integrated millets into our diverse menus. From European classics like risotto and pasta to Mexican favourites such as enchiladas, millets will play a starring role."