Taj Mahal Hotel Palace Mumbai — The favorite hotel of celebrities
Many notable visitors have stayed at the 5-star Taj Mahal Hotel Palace in the south of Mumbai, India, including Barack Obama, Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie…
From April 10 to April 16, 2016, Prince William and Kate Middleton will go on a visit to India and Bhutan.
The royals will stay at the opulent Taj Mahal Hotel Palace while in Mumbai.
The 1,500-square-foot Rajput Suite is designed to seem like an elegant Rajasthani castle, complete with arches, a regal color palette, and a peacock centerpiece.
The Rajput Suite’s study combines work and leisure, with a sophisticated work desk and a swinging seat beneath a crystal chandelier.
The hotel is located on the Arabian Sea and consists of the palace wing (left) and a 1973 tower (center) adjacent to the Gateway of India (right).
The Taj Mahal Palace — including the original palace wing and a tower erected in 1973 – is the flagship property of Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces, with breathtaking views of the Arabian Sea and the Gateway of India landmark.
Will and Kate will lay a wreath in commemoration of the victims of the 2008 attack, meet hotel personnel who safeguarded guests, and attend a Bollywood charity event during their visit.
The 15-room Tata Suite is the most opulent of the hotel’s 560 rooms and suites, measuring 5,000 square feet.
It has welcomed presidents, including Barack Obama, kings and Hollywood film stars such as Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.
This suite in the modern tower wing has a view of the Gateway of India, a waterfront basalt arch that is Mumbai’s most popular tourist destination.
When hunger strikes, the hotel features ten restaurants providing food from across the world, including Wasabi by Morimoto (Japanese), Golden Dragon (Chinese), Masala Kraft (contemporary and Indian), and Souk (Asian) (Eastern Mediterranean).
The Taj Mahal Palace was built in the early 1900s for £250,000 (approximately £27.5 million in today’s money) and underwent major repairs following the bombing and gun assaults that killed 164 people throughout Mumbai.