Roseate House in Aerocity, New Delhi, India

Roseate House

Roseate House in Aerocity, New Delhi is one of its kind urban resort, an epitome of luxury and hospitality.

The Roseate, New Delhi is a of its kind urban resort with 8 acres of verdant green and unperturbed water bodies which fuse seamlessly with award-winning architecture. It is the epitome of luxury and hospitality that offers an indefectible escape from tedious city life. Known as one of the peerless resorts in Delhi, The Roseate is only a few minutes’ drive from the international airport, shopping malls, embassies, and offices in Delhi and Gurugram.

The hotel conserves its eternal tranquil environment for its guests. Inspired by the five elements of Hindu philosophy – air, water, fire, earth and sky, internationally acclaimed architect Khun Lek Bunnag conceived The Roseate, New Delhi.

The Roseate, New Delhi’s regally columned verandahs that are a mnemonic of the royal lineage of Delhi, and the ornate greens enveloping more than 2000 matured trees and 3 acres of water bodies are not the only reason for it to be considered an architectural beauty. It possesses intricate bronze meshwork in the guest areas, over 20 ft high doors, high dome ceilings, and Isfahan pillars fused with a five-century-old Moghul architecture personifying the monumental ambience that exuberates aristocracy.

The water element is symbolized with waterways that journey along the length of the resort stimulating a therapeutic detox to industrious city life. To perpetuate this feeling of tranquillity, 650,000 brass ficus leaves have taken up the wall not only as a design element but to act as insulators to the city’s sound.


The Roseate consists of 65 elegantly furnished and commodious rooms and suites of which 11 pool-view rooms host an additional 40 sqm of the private pool deck. Each room is an embodiment of luxury with contemporary furnishing, rhythmic colours, and leading-edge technology. The rooms offer luxurious bathrooms with chic fittings and a separate shower area that actualizes fashion and function.


Kiyan at The Roseate is the resort’s world-cuisine alfresco restaurant with a European edge, both in terms of cuisine and fine dining experience. The restaurant, is set amidst Isfahan columns surrounded by water bodies.

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