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Clean Public Toilet With Attached Bathrooms in New Delhi

Updated on July 13, 2011

Anyone can have an urge to freshen up or have a need to use a toilet while traveling to any city. When you are in America and nature calls, you know where to go but when it comes to Delhi, you don’t know where to go because Delhi being the top metropolitan city of India is unable to provide clean or hygienic toilets to the general public till now. Some delhites use to grab a burger from nearby McDonald’s and sit on its toilet seat and others order a cold drink in a restaurant like Shudh in Karol Bagh and use its toilet while on their shopping spree or while on their journey to visit famous historical monuments in Delhi. But there is some good news for delhites and for foreign travelers spending a vacation in India and it is that Delhi government and MCD are investing approximately 1 crore INR on a monthly basis for construction of eco-friendly world-class hygienic toilets near various marketplaces and shopping centers in Delhi and all this is happening because of CommonWealth Games in Delhi which will start from October 3, 2010.

But the bad news is that MCD has decided not to open the newly constructed toilets with bathrooms for general public until the CWG 2010 start date. It means that these public amenities are locked till now and will be available to delhites and visitors to Delhi from the October month of this year, but you don’t need to worry because I am a citizen of Delhi since my birth and I know about many places which I going to list below and also in my next hub where you can go and freshen up. I have also included exact addresses with interactive maps, which you can use via your smart phones while you are traveling in Delhi.

So here are two clean public toilets with attached bathrooms in New Delhi:

World Class Public Toilets With Attached Bathrooms at Indira Gandhi International Airport Delhi, India
World Class Public Toilets With Attached Bathrooms at Indira Gandhi International Airport Delhi, India
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Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL), Shahabad Muhammadpur, Dwarka, New Delhi, Delhi, India
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Public Toilets at Indira Gandhi International Airport Delhi, India

Contact Number: 011-25661000

Open For: 24 hours

Rating: Excellent

Details: Hygienic and clean

Style: Western style toilet

Entry Fee: Free

If you are flying to Delhi from a foreign country, this will be the first place where you will land. Public amenities at IGI airport in Delhi are better than any airports in Mumbai or Chennai. Public restrooms at IGI are eco-friendly and hygienic as experienced by me and as reported by several people I know who have visited IGI Airport in the recent past. These public toilets also consist of attached bathrooms with shower facilities and also baby nappy changing rooms. The treated and recycled water from the toilets is used for construction and horticulture activities in Delhi.

A markerPublic Toilets at ITC Maurya Sheraton Hotel Delhi -
ITC Maurya Sheraton Hotel and Towers, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, Delhi, India
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Backside view of ITC Maurya Sheraton Hotels Delhi
Backside view of ITC Maurya Sheraton Hotels Delhi

Clean Public Toilet With Attached Bathrooms at ITC Maurya in Delhi, India

Address: Maurya Sheraton Hotel, Sardar Patel Marg, Dhaula Kuan, Delhi

Entry Fee: Free

Open for: 24 Hours

Rating: Excellent

Details: Hygienic, safe, clean with handicap access

Style: Western style toilet

Extra Facilities: Fresh towels, perfumed soaps, attendant service.

If you are traveling on Ring Road Delhi or going to Gurgaon, Dwarka, Moti Bagh, Noida, Naraina, Saket, or AIIMS via Dhaula Kuan and you have an urge to freshen up and it’s a real emergency, you can park your car in ITC Maurya parking and use their toilet with attached bathroom facilities free of cost. This toilet is basically meant for people visiting the hotel’s lobby, and its various restaurants for conferences, meetings, gatherings, and hotel stays. If you are looking out for the best accommodation in Delhi, you can also stay in this five star hotel maintained by ITC Limited. The toilet attendants at ITC Maurya Delhi provide good service and immediately put the used towels in the bin and give you fresh towels every time maintaining overall hygiene at this toilet facility.

Besides toilets and bathrooms available in three star and five star hotels of Delhi, there are some MCD toilets some open round the clock and some for specific periods of time, so for getting information on the best Sulabh Shauchalayas in Delhi, please read my next hub Clean And Hygienic Public Conveniences In Delhi for options to freshen up in Delhi.

P.S: Please don’t use toilet facilities in Old Delhi Railway Station, New Delhi Railway Station, or in Nizammudin Railway Station because these toilet facilities are really dirty and unhygienic and you can end up in acquiring urinary tract infection or some other urinary tract disease, as these toilets are used by thousands of people in single day and despite regular cleaning of these toilets by the railway staff, they remain filthy, dirty, and stinking with bad smell.

Hub #2 by soni2006
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      Rajinder Soni 7 years ago from New Delhi, India

      Thanks a lot Mr. SimoneSmith for your motivation and support. I will keep on publishing useful guides like this for visitors to Delhi so that there travel experience to Delhi becomes much more enjoyable.

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      Simone Haruko Smith 7 years ago from San Francisco

      Not to sound like a broken record, soni2006, but you are the champion of Daily Bonus Topics!! What's especially great about this hub is that you include the money shot- an actual toilet! When it comes to local guides like this, offering images of the *inside* of the places of concern makes all the difference, and you're amazingly good with this! Props to you!