In our series of hotel reviews, we have a special guest. Here is a place in Mumbai that stood tall in the terrifying 26/11 attacks. By now, you must have guessed it right. Yes, we are talking about hotel Taj, Mumbai.
JustInReviews is here with the review of this exotic hotel, both for those who are planning to visit it and for those who cannot afford to. Cheers for both!!!
Taj Mahal hotel Mumbai, or presumably even India’s most notable and most celebrated inn. It stepped into service in 1903 and from that point onwards, hosted a larger number of famous people and heads of state than most different inns on the planet.
Located opposite the Gateway of India, one of Mumbai’s most gone by sights, it can’t without much of a stretch be missed.
The Taj Mahal Palace was constructed by Indian iconic industrialist Jamsetji Tata, the originator of the Tata group. Building it took just four years and the hotel welcomed guests interestingly on December 16, 1903. In 1973, a different building, the Tower Wing, was connected to the Palace to match up the expanding demand for rooms.
It is a piece of and flagship property of the Taj Hotels, Resorts and Palaces group, which is present in 11 nations and has 13,000 employees.
Suites and Rooms:
The Tower Wing and Palace Wing joined, the inn can host visitors in 560 rooms, 44 of which happen to be suites. A great many people wish to stay at a Luxury Grande Room in the Palace Wing due to its inheritance and legacy. The rooms are huge with 400 sq ft (37m²) and mix convention with innovation while giving breathtaking views of the Gateway of India and the Arabian Sea or the poolside.
On the Platter:
With regards to the food, you truly are spoilt for choice, as you can have options from 11 eateries, which all offer authentic recipes and take you on a culinary excursion around the globe. That includes recipes from Turkey, Syria, Morocco etc.
On the other side, the Konkan Café restaurant, which serves recipes from the Konkan area which comprises of the coastal locales of Goa and Maharashtra. The entire restaurant is styled as a Konkan home with most noteworthy details going from a wall that is built using Konkan blocks over wall-paintings produced using leather to columns with engraved dancing elephants.
Konkan Café’s Head Chef Ananda Solomon, native to Kerala, has won numerous international honors which make him a standout amongst the most praised gourmet experts in the Taj Group of Hotels.
90% of the eateries’ ingredients are imported from the native countries to ensure that the quality is of the highest standards and the dishes authentic.
That was a quick tour of Taj Mahal hotel Mumbai, for you, from JustInReviews.