It seems Hilton is taking the approach to buy older hotels and re-brand them with the Hilton name. Sadly, this has not been carried out very well. The Eros Hotel managed by Hilton in New Delhi is a good example. At check-in I was recognized as a Diamond but not extended any Diamond benefits. I went to the coffee shop to buy a low cost breakfast and as I was paying the charges the staff said breakfast was complimentary. I talked to the Duty manager and asked why I was not informed this at check in and only find out now. He gave his apologies. Side not, I must give kudos to the coffee shop staff for going out of their way in assistance – they were top notch in trying to assist. They went much further and showed much greater care than the Duty Manager. Bath amenities are an India local brand and not the highly touted Peter Thomas Roth. No Clock Radio W/CD Player (the website room description lists it, but not in the room). This is the second Hilton in India where I found they don’t supply in room clocks. My guess is there is not Executive Lounge at this property. The King room was fine with the exception of the bathroom shower. I prefer to have a wall mounted shower head and not the overhead "rain" shower which never has enough pressure. I also don't like the half door shower as I tend to floor the barroom floor.