Taj Mahal Palace
Ingrained in Mumbai’s history as the city’s first harbour landmark, the Taj Mahal Palace is the flagship hotel of the Taj group and overlooks the Gateway of India. Since its opening it has been the residence of choice for royalty, dignitaries and famous personalities from across the globe when visiting Mumbai.
The hotel is not just iconic for its location and heritage; what keeps discerning guests returning is the world-leading hospitality from the Golden Keys concierge and luxurious accommodation that is some of India’s finest. Oozing elegance, a rich history and modern facilities, the legendary Taj Mahal Palace is a bucket-list destination.
You have access to one of the Taj group’s renowned Jiva Spas, which makes the perfect sanctuary from Mumbai’s bustle. The hotel is also home to ten acclaimed restaurants and bars with an international line-up of cuisines ranging from authentic Indian, to exquisite Eastern Mediterranean. For a more exclusive experience, there is private dining at the Chef’s Studio.
Located in the Colaba district, the city’s historical and commercial hub, the Taj Mahal Palace is within walking distance of the famed Colaba Causeway. Also close by is the flourishing art and heritage precinct, with museums, art galleries, churches and synagogues to discover. The UNESCO-listed Elephant Island is well worth the trip across the harbour.
Complimentary two-way airport transfers are included in your suite, and early check-in and late check-out can be arranged subject to availability. A welcome drink will be waiting for you in the suite on arrival.
Named after the founder, the Tata Suite embodies the Taj Mahal Palace’s commitment to extraordinary service, ambience and facilities. Decorated with exotic artefacts, lush carpets, priceless paintings and authentic colonial furniture, it is the most desired suite in Mumbai. Additional luxuries include complimentary afternoon tea, cocktails and post-dinner cognac in the Palace Lounge.
From the heydays of Rajasthani royalty to maritime blue and white themes, each of the Signature Suites has a unique style but are equally luxuriant. One suite marks the stay of George Harrison in 1966 as he studied sitar under Ravi Shankar, adorned with related artefacts and memorabilia.