“Suite up” and indulge with the Taj! Vacations just got more lavish with Taj’s Suite Surprises offer.
Those looking to indulge in extravagance with their friends and loved ones can now choose from Taj’s iconic hotel suites. Be it within city landscapes, historicpalaces, or seaside resorts, the resplendent suites allow guests to enjoy their holidays amidst their own luxurious abode.
The limited period offer affords guests an opportunity to avail airport transfers, lounge access, personalized butler service, and luxury amenities creating an opulent home within a hotel or Palace. From beautifully restored Royal Suites at Taj’s Palaces befitting Maharajas and Maharanis, the themed suites at Taj’s flagship in Mumbai and unique suites with Jacuzzis and spa’s outfitted as part of the interiors to the Cinema Suite and Jaguar Suite in the heart of London, suites at the Taj are like no other.
SOME OF TAJ’S MAGNIFICIENT SUITES
The Taj Mahal Palace opened in Mumbai, then Bombay, in 1903, giving birth to the country’s first harbor landmark. The trademarked flagship hotel overlooks the majestic Gateway of India. This legendary luxury hotel has played host to kings, dignitaries and eminent personalities from across the globe. The Tata Suite at The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai, is a showcase of history with priceless paintings, authentic colonial furniture and fine architectural detailing.
Built in the year 1743, the Taj Lake Palace, Udaipur is the former summer palace of the royal dynasty of Mewar. Restored to its pristine glory, this spectacular palace is located on an island in the midst of a lake. The grand suites and rooms at the hotel, distinct in design, exude a blend of historic and contemporary ambience, ensuring that every visitor feels welcomed like a personal guest of the Maharana.
The Shambhu Prakash Suite, a part of the Grand Presidential Suite is named after the Maharana Shambhu Singh, known for his progressive reforms and welfare measures in the 1860’s. The suite, furnished in impressive, opulent strokes of colour is graced with high curved arches, exuding a mix of royal grandeur with a European flair.
Perched 2,000 feet above the city of Hyderabad is Taj Falaknuma Palace, a jewel amongst the clouds. Built in 1894, it is the former palace of the Nizam, rumored to be the richest man in the world at one time. Walk the walk of kings through the Grand Staircase to retrace the steps of Nizams, European royalty, enchanting Begums and distinguished Heads of State. At the hotel, the suites are beautifully refurbished and lovingly restored by Her Highness, Princess Esra, the Nizam’s Turkish consort. The Nizam suite, is graced with beautiful architecture and tasteful grandeur. Restored keeping in mind the original look and feel from the times gone by, the suite is carefully planned with details designed for the ultimate living pleasure.
Lose yourself in a 180-acre rainforest in its most pristine form. Amongst hills peppered with more than 200 species of plants including rudraksh trees, cardamom, coffee, wild jasmine and eucalyptus.
Enjoy the warmth and relaxation of traditional Kodagu architecture at Taj Madikeri Resort & Spa, Coorg – with the gentle sloping of roofs, tall pillars – all the rooms opening into a central courtyard.
There are also enchanting entrances that give you stunning views of the stars and the sky. For those looking for a mountain getaway, the Presidential Nirvana Suite at the hotel includes an open-to-sky heated lap pool and panoramic views of the mountains.
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, our 5 star hotel in Maldives 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. The Rehendi Presidential Overwater Suite at the hotelis a tropical paradise, with its freshwater pool, sundeck and a hammock suspended over the turquoise lagoon.
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