Taj Mahal Luxury Hotel in Mumbai (Luxury Hotel of India)
Taj Mahal Luxury Hotel in Mumbai
The Taj Mahal Palace & Tower, situated on the waterfront, is a gracious landmark facing the Gateway of India. When the hotel opened in 1903, it had no parallel in the city, and possibly in the country. Although the hotel has seen much change, including the addition of a contemporary Tower Wing in 1973, it has retained most of its original charm.
As a member of the select group of 'Leading Hotels of the World' The Taj Mahal Palace & Tower offers guests a unique blend of warm hospitality, luxurious accommodation and contemporary amenities and services. The hotel has played host to many prominent personalities including royalty and heads of state. The Taj Mahal Palace & Tower is 30 km from the airport and minutes away from the city's prime commercial, banking and shopping districts.
Accommodation at Taj Mahal Luxury Hotel in Mumbai
The Taj Mahal Hotel offers 582 centrally air-conditioned rooms including 49 suites.
Tower Wing Rooms: With easy access to the Business Centre, these contemporary rooms offer guest amenities like Internet connectivity, 2-line speakerphones with international direct dial facility and voice mail. Mini bar, personal safe, channel music and television with satellite programmes. A complimentary in-room fax can be provided on request. Guests have a choice of rooms that overlook the city or face the Gateway of India and the Arabian Sea.
Heritage Wing Rooms: These rooms are renowned for their architecture and exude an aura of old-world elegance. Each corridor in this Wing resembles an art gallery, and the design, décor and furnishing ensure that no two rooms are alike. Guests have a choice of rooms that overlook the city or pool or face the Gateway of India and the Arabian Sea.
Taj Club: Located on the top floors of the Heritage Wing, Taj Club is designed for the discerning business traveler. Guest amenities and services include complimentary airport limousine transfers, private check-in at the Club desk, in-room fax, personal safe, a complimentary bottle of wine, valet service and complimentary deluxe Continental breakfast. Taj Club guests can also enjoy complimentary tea/coffee throughout the day and cocktails during the Cocktail Hour at the Club Lounge. Taj Club also offers guests exclusive Meeting Rooms and a Business Service Unit on the Club Floor.
Suites:Choose from elegantly appointed Junior Suites, Executive Suites, tastefully decorated Large Suites, newly renovated Luxury Suites or spacious, plush Grand Luxe Suites. The finest suites at The Taj Mahal Palace & Tower are the luxuriously appointed Presidential Suites. Each of these suites is decorated with original paintings and antiques that transport guests into a world of regal luxury and grandeur. Grand Luxe and Presidential Suite guests can also avail of a personal Valet Service.
Treating your taste buds at Taj Mahal Luxury Hotel in Mumbai
There are a number of restaurants and bars at the luxury hotel.
Shamiana: 24-hour coffee shop.
Sea Lounge:The ideal place to have a chat over tea or a light meal.
Masala Kraft: The contemporary Indian cuisine restaurant, offering a new genre of Indian food that blends the traditional with strong overtones of modern cooking styles.
Harbour Bar: Mumbai's oldest bar.
Souk: West Asian restaurant offering cuisines from Iran, Turkey, Lebanon, Egypt, Greece and Morocco.
Zodiac Grill: Fine dining restaurant serving contemporary European cuisine.
Golden Dragon: Authentic Sichuan cuisine.
Insomnia: Mumbai's most happening night club, spread over 5000 square feet of floor space.
Starboard: Mumbai's trendiest bar.
Sidewok: Located at the NCPA complex, a short distance from the hotel, the restaurant offers Pan-Asian fusion cuisine in a 'fun dining' atmosphere.
Business Facilities at Taj Mahal Luxury Hotel in Mumbai
There is a fully equipped 24-hour Business Centre with 8 Meeting Rooms at the Taj Mahal hotel. The Business Centre offers amenities like Internet connectivity, workstations, multimedia computers, laptops, portable printers and cell phones, colour copier facility and secretarial service. Interpretation / translation facilities are available on request.
12 rooms with a capacity ranging from 25 to 500 persons auditorium style or 18 to 2000 persons for cocktails / receptions. The hotel can also provide state-of-the-art conference facilities for conferences and seminars.
Commonly known as 'Bombay' until 1996, Mumbai is the commercial capital of India. Its original name "Bombay" emerged from the Portugal term "Bom Bahai" meaning good bay or harbour. The city was formed by the reclamation of 7 islands on the central-western coast along the Arabian Sea. Mumbai lies 1400 km west of the Indian capital, New Delhi. It is also known as Manchester of India. Mumbai boomed into a textile city in the 19th Century. With the opening up of the Suez Canal in 1869 the city's future as India's primary port, was assured. Now it is the second biggest city in the world. The Glamour of a prolific film industry, cricket on the open areas on weekends, bhel puri (Indian snack) on the Chowpatty beach and red double-decker buses enhance the charm of the city.
|Kerala Backwater Tour|
Destinations: Kochi - Periyar - Kumarakom - Alleppey - Marari - Kochi
|India and Rajasthan Tour|
|Duration: 19 Days
Destinations: Delhi - Varanasi - Khajuraho - Orchha - Gwalior - Agra - Jaipur - Chhatrasagar - Deogarh - Udaipur - Jodhpur
|Beach Tour of India|
Destinations: Delhi - Agra - Jaipur - Udaipur - Mumbai - Cochin - Marari