Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai
Built in 1903, the iconic Taj Mahal Palace stands majestically opposite the Gateway of India, overlooking the Arabian Sea. Sprawled over 2.6 acres, this luxurious hotel boasts 10 restaurants and a variety of traditional Indian therapies at Jiva Spa.
Guests are spoiled for choice in dining options – the famous Wasabi by Morimoto offers innovative Japanese cuisine, while other culinary highlights include the Golden Dragon Chinese Restaurant and the poolside Aquarius Lounge. An exclusive private dining experience can be arranged at Chef’s Studio.
Stylishly designed with Indian-inspired decor and architecture, the rooms offer amazing sea, city or pool views. Each room comes with a 32-inch flat-screen TV, a well-stocked minibar, free WiFi and a luxurious bathroom. Guests receive 24-hour butler service. Yacht service is available at an additional charge during sailing season.
You can pamper yourself with an indulgent treatment at the Taj Salon, take a dip in the landscaped pool or treat yourself to some luxury shopping at Dior, Louis Vuitton or Stephano Ricci. Ranging from dinner reservations to personal assistance for sightseeing, The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai also offers a royal historical hotel tour of the Palace wing.
The property is located in the popular Colaba area and is just a 10-minute walk from the National Gallery of Modern Art. Mumbai International Airport is 16.2 miles away.
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