The Taj Mahal Hotel, New Delhi

The Taj Mahal Hotel New Delhi Top View
Taj Mahal, New Delhi, located in the heart of the city, stands as tribute to legendary hospitality and service, complementing the broad leafy boulevards of Delhi’s chief architect, Sir Edwin Lutyens. Central to The Taj Mahal Hotel’s prominence is its old-world grace and charm, blended effortlessly with contemporary comforts and amenities. Its close proximity to the seat of government, the city’s diplomatic corps, commercial hubs, cultural centers and iconic heritage wonders, has furthered the hotel’s reputation as the epicentre of the capital. Taj Mahal, New Delhi provides luxury like none other. All around, grandeur meets elegance—antiques, priceless art, and traditional accents and colours are impeccably woven together with contemporary style and modern amenities. The 292 luxurious rooms including 26 suites, all of which offer stunning aerial views of Delhi’s historic skyline, or the one-of-a-kind Presidential Suite, are all perfected to host dignitaries and celebrities from across the globe. The hotel’s entrance is portal to centuries past, and the architectural triumphs of the city date back to the 7th century. This iconic hotel is one of the most preferred addresses for Heads of State, business leaders and visiting dignitaries, given its stateliness and security, its original culinary innovations and the air of quite, restrained luxury that permeates every aspect of a visitor’s stay. Located at the epicentre of New Delhi, this prime property is 2 km from Rashtrapati Bhavan, 5 km from the Railway Station and 18 km from Indira Gandhi International Airport. The hotel’s culinary repertoire offers several choices. Read More...

Taj Exotica Resort and Spa, Maldives

Taj Exotica Resort & Spa Maldives Top View
Escape the frenetic pace and chaos of everyday life, in to luxury’s very own lap at Taj Exotica Resort & Spa, Maldives. Away from the sparkling lights of Male, this hotel is spread across the Emboodhu Finolhu island in the middle of one of the largest lagoons in Maldives. Renowned for its rich flora and fauna, this tropical isle, also known as the Three Coconut Isle, is situated amidst the coral reefs. A 15-minute speedboat ride from the airport brings you to the idyllic resort surrounded by the azure waters of the Indian Ocean. Set delicately over the lagoon, this postcard-perfect getaway offers 64 sea-view villas and suites that are luxurious and lavish; yet maintain a fine balance with nature. Our world-famous, award-winning presidential suite is, arguably, the most beautiful place on earth. At Taj Exotica Maldives, you are on Taj Time, where doing nothing is an art form. Time stands still—and yet there is never a dull moment. Within this oasis of calm set in paradise, lounge by the infinity pool or at your private beach, laze in a hammock over the blue waters and just lay below the stars at night. Go on a wildlife-spotting walk. Pure bliss. Savour the best from the culinary world with carefully selected ingredients sourced both locally and globally to please your palate. Enjoy the freshest of seafood at Deep End or choose from the extensive carefully crafted menu at 24 Degrees, where you experience a performance of art assembled on your plate at the theatrical Teppanyaki kitchen. Sip leisurely on your cocktails at the Equator Bar as you take in the awe-inspiring views of fiery Indian Ocean sunsets. Needless to say, each of our restaurants offers a spectacular and unbelievably romantic ocean experience. Read More...

Taj Lake Palace, Udaipur

Taj lake palace udaipur
After the young prince, Maharana Jagat Singh II of Udaipur, was caught frolicking at moonlight picnics with ladies of the ‘zenana (the private chambers of the court)’, he built his own pleasure palace on Lake Pichola. The Maharana (ruler) called this palace which he built in 1746, Jag Niwas. Jag Niwas is today the majestic and magnificent Taj Lake Palace of Udaipur. Restored to its pristine glory, this spectacular palace became world renowned when the James Bond film ‘Octopussy’ was filmed at it. It was the secluded lair of the film’s eponymous Bond Girl. This heritage hotel has 65 luxurious rooms and 18 grand suites. Its location on an island in the midst of a lake affords every room breathtaking views of the neighbouring City Palace, Aravalli Hills, Machla Magra Hills and Jag Mandir. The incomparable location provides the perfect backdrop for the exquisite cuisines at the elegant restaurants of Taj Lake Palace. These are open only to resident guests. Signature speciality restaurants at this palace serves a choice of cuisines. Neel Kamal for authentic Rajasthani and other dishes from India; and the seasonally open-air Bhairo for contemporary European delicacies. In the evening, indulge in signature martinis, cocktails and a grand collection of premium international spirits at the bar, Amrit Sagar. Read More...

The Taj Mahal Palace Mumbai

The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel
For over a century the newly trademarked Taj Mahal Palace has been the epitome of gracious hospitality, high living and impeccable service. Over the years it has played host to Heads of State, Royalty, Hollywood Glitterati and Icons of popular culture. Cosseting guests in old-fashioned grandeur, Mumbai’s most iconic hotel is much loved by its well-heeled and glossy locals. Generations have celebrated life’s milestones here, making this more than just the city’s best luxury hotel, but part of its beating heart. The very first Taj hotel, yet the flagship of the group does not feel part of a chain. This ornately layered Baroque imitation of a Rajput palace, described as ‘saracenic revival architecture’, was built by founder Jamsetji Tata as a two-finger salute to the authorities after he was denied access to the city’s then top hotel. Read More...

Taj Lands End, Mumbai

Taj lands end mumbai pool
With a view overlooking the Arabian Sea and the Bandra Worli Sea Link, Taj Lands End, Mumbai is a luxury 5-star deluxe hotel, located in the midst of the pulsating life of Bandra. Its close proximity to the airport, Bandra-Kurla Complex, Lower Parel, Andheri and Worli business districts, makes it an ideal choice for business as well as leisure travelers. The hotel boasts of the city’s finest accommodations, dining experiences and elegant conferencing and banquet facilities. Although contemporary, it reflects India’s warm and heartfelt tradition in hospitality. Ensconced within this luxury hotel, you could choose to overlook that you are at the nerve-centre of a thriving metropolis. Redefining style and comfort, our all-encompassing rooms and suites offer spectacular views of the majestic Arabian Sea. Be pampered by our world-renowned butlers and enjoy sumptuous in-room dining experiences, curated to perfection.Food connoisseurs from all over the world favour the collection of fine-dining restaurants at Taj Lands End, be it the signature Indian cuisine at Masala Bay, skillfully designed cocktails at the House of Nomad or the flavours of authentic Sichuan and Cantonese specialties at Ming Yang. Read More...

Taj Palace, New Delhi

Taj Palace New Delhi Exterior
The luxurious Taj Palace, New Delhi, is spread out over six acres of lush gardens in the heart of India’s capital city. It is an oasis of calm while still being right in the middle of the city’s action. Not surprisingly, then that our 403 rooms and suites have played gracious host to princes, heads of state, corporate czars and high-powered conferences and the grandest of weddings for close to four decades. At Taj Palace there’s business and more.Located in close proximity to the protected greens of Delhi offering a breath-taking view, Taj Palace holds a prominent place in the city’s prestigious Palace.The hotel is a legendary food and wine connoisseur’s heaven. It is home to a several multi-award-winning fine-dining restaurants specialising in Vietnamese, Continental-European and Indian cuisines.The décor is inspired by Mughal architecture and is seamlessly infused with state-of-the-art and modern conferencing facilities.The facility offers two elegant ballrooms that can accommodate 500-1000 people. For close knit gathering and events, halls like Mumtaz, Jehangir, Roshanara, Sheesh Mahal & Jahanara will dazzle you with their intimate interiors.If you are looking to unwind, signature therapies drawn from ancient Indian traditions are available at the soothing Jiva Spa. Other facilities include a state-of-the-art fitness centre, an outdoor swimming pool, yoga classes and more. Read More...

Rambagh Palace, Jaipur

Rambagh Palace Jaipur View
Originally built in 1835, Rambagh Palace has stepped gracefully through many royal transitions—from the home of the queen’s favourite handmaiden, to royal guesthouse and hunting lodge, and later as the residence of the Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II and his queen, Maharani Gayatri Devi. Today, this jewel in the Taj’s crown offers 78 stunningly restored grand luxury rooms and suites which were the chambers of the former Maharaja. The palace retains its elaborate splendour, extravagantly decorated with hand-carved marble ‘jalis’ or latticework, sandstone balustrades, cupolas and ‘chattris’ or cenotaphs, and elaborate Mughal Gardens. Within this most glorious of palaces showcasing the best of Rajasthan’s royal heritage, you also experience the best fine-dining restaurants in Jaipur. Enjoy a royal Indian feast at Suvarna Mahal, the former palace ballroom built in the 18th-century French style with huge crystal chandeliers. For multi-cuisine options, head to Rajput Room, our all-day-dining restaurant, or Verandah Café. Find Mediterranean delights at the lounge bar, Steam, or unwind in the sophisticated charm of the Polo Bar, with the trophies and memorabilia of the Jaipur polo team on display. Take your royal retreat a notch further by indulging in signature treatments at the Jiva Grande Spa, where we envelop you in ancient Indian wellness therapies. Read More...

Jai Mahal Palace

Jai Mahal Palace Night View
Built in 1745, the Jai Mahal Palace is a stunning piece of Rajasthan’s heritage, a great example of Indo-Saracenic architecture set amidst 18 acres of landscaped Mughal gardens. Jai Mahal Palace has been the residence of three Prime Ministers of the princely state of Jaipur. Painstakingly restored and recently refurbished, it is now a luxury five-star Taj heritage hotel equipped with all modern-day comforts. The 94 rooms and six suites offer you unbeatable views of the city and palace gardens. Perfectly located downtown in the heart of the Pink City in Civil Lines, you are close to the main shopping areas and prime historical sites such as Amber Fort, HawaMahal and City Palace. Cinnamon serves the most authentic Royal Indian cuisines from four princely states, while Giardino is Jaipur’s finest contemporary Italian restaurant. Both please the palate of true food and wine connoisseurs from the world over. Our popular all-day-dining multi-cuisine restaurant Marble Arch offers a medley of flavours; and the fashionable and trendy Marigold Bar houses a selection of single malts and cigars alongside innovative cocktails. Nestled within the luxurious ambience of the palace are several signature experiences aimed at pampering you. Enjoy Bajot Private Dining, a truly regal and romantic dinner.  Read More...

Taj Rishikesh Resort & Spa, Uttarakhand

Taj Rishikesh Resort and Spa, Uttarakhand pool
Experience the quintessential life by The River. Blissful & blessed is Taj Rishikesh Resort and Spa, Uttarakhand, which sits by the banks of the majestic Ganga and is placed right in the foothills of the Himalayas. 30 kilometres away from the world renowned spiritual & yoga capital of Rishikesh, in an introverted gentle village called Singthali, this nest of utter, gentle calm is where life takes a restful pause to meditate on things far more profound than the worldly. The retreat serves as a gateway location to the Char Dham pilgrimage sites of Kedarnath, Badrinath and also Hemkunt Sahib. For pilgrims looking for five-star comfort, this will be the last point of luxury on their way further into the mountains. This 12.5-acre luxury resort with its eco-friendly habitat, is designed to not intrude on its premises. It creates a series of alternating spatial experiences that compound its organic feel. Read More...

Taj Theog Resort & Spa, Shimla

Taj Theog Resort and Spa Shimla Lobby View
Hill stations are always earned, as they have been right since the good old school summers. In Himachal Pradesh, otherwise known as Devbhumi, the Land of the Gods, a beautiful hill state in northern India framed by the western Himalayas, hill stations are benchmarks. And on the national highway No 5, often a photographer’s muse.As you leave Shimla behind, the capital city of Himachal and once upon a time, the summer capital of British India and wind your way past Kufri & Fagu, you get to Theog. A charming town of five ‘ghats’ (or ridges), Rahi Ghat, Deori Ghat, Prem Ghat, Janoghat and Bagaghat, the air here is crisp with oxygen. Just 75 min from Shimla and yet a world in hiding.Standing tall in Theog, at the edge of a ridge is your luxury home in the hills, paying homage to exemplary local craftsmanship and swooping in stunning 180° views of the Churdhar, the highest peak of the outer Himalayas. Taj Theog, stands almost coniferous surrounded by the mesmerising skylines of the Himalayan range. Inhabited by conifers, cedars, broadleaved oaks and rhododendrons, the region around is punctuated with apple orchards, hamlets, cultivated terraces, snow fed lakes and gushing rivers. Bountiful as they come and making each of the 99 rooms and suites a vantage perch that warms your cockles. Read More...

Umaid Bhawan Palace

Umaid Bhawan Palace Lobby View
Built between 1928 and 1943, Umaid Bhawan Palace is a magnificent piece of Rajasthan’s heritage, and a symbol of new Jodhpur. Home of the erstwhile Jodhpur royal family and currently the world’s sixth-largest private residence, the palace has one thing in common with the iconic Taj Mahal at Agra—the palm court marble used in its construction. Perched on Chittar Hill, the highest point in Jodhpur, Umaid Bhawan Palace inspires with exotic views of the historical Blue City, vast sand dunes, and intimidating Mehrangarh Fort. The palace is conveniently located 20 minutes from the airport, close to the main shopping areas, and the Balsamand and Kalyana lakes.The last of the great palaces of India, the property houses a family museum, as well as the resplendent Umaid Bhawan Palace. Set amidst 26 acres of lush gardens, with dancing peacocks and a subterranean Zodiac Pool, the luxury five-star Taj heritage hotel offers 70 utterly breathtaking Art Deco- style rooms and suites.The last of the great palaces of India, the property houses a family museum, as well as the resplendent Umaid Bhawan Palace. Set amidst 26 acres of lush gardens, with dancing peacocks and a subterranean Zodiac Pool, the luxury five-star Taj heritage hotel offers 70 utterly breathtaking Art Deco- style rooms and suites. The last of the great palaces of India, the property houses a family museum, as well as the resplendent Umaid Bhawan Palace. Set amidst 26 acres of lush gardens, with dancing peacocks and a subterranean Zodiac Pool, the luxury five-star Taj heritage hotel offers 70 utterly breathtaking Art Deco- style rooms and suites.The last of the great palaces of India, the property houses a family museum, as well as the resplendent Umaid Bhawan Palace. Set amidst 26 acres of lush gardens, with dancing peacocks and a subterranean Zodiac Pool, the luxury five-star Taj heritage hotel offers 70 utterly breathtaking Art Deco- style rooms and suites. Read More...