Safdarjung Enclave in Delhi is thoughtfully positioned in the close proximity to the Safdarjung, who was better known as the Nawab of Awadh in the year 1960. But the credit of its formation goes to DLF or Delhi Land and Finance which is situated just on the north of the Hauz Khas Deer Park and the Ring Road on the south. This locality of Delhi is chock-full with rich strata of society and is a complete residential area. Safdarjung Enclave was introduced in the listing of first colonies in Delhi which were formed after the Indo-Pak partition.
The runway at the side of Safdarjung's Tomb that takes up the area amid it and Safdarjung Enclave, in earlier times used to be the main airport of Delhi, which is at the present identified as Safdarjung Airport and is successfully recognized as the abode of Delhi Flying Club. Many bureaucrat flights for the State and Central government also arrive and depart here more willingly than at Delhi's most important airports Indira Gandhi International and Palam airport.
The metropolis of Safdarjung Enclave also underscores its highly mesmerizing home stays and other places to stay whose attractiveness and the aesthetic allure really make an appeal to the day-tripper to come and stay time and again. Some hotels or home stays dole out both veg and non-veg food but some are specific in only serving breakfast to the visitors. So, this uniqueness in the hospitality make the Safdarjung Enclave distinguished from other well-bred areas of South Delhi.
Renowned Safdarjung Enclave Hotels: