Mumbai, formerly known as Bombay, is the capital of the Indian state of Maharashtra and the most populous city in the world. This bustling city offers a seemingly endless array of sights and cultural activities, and is the commercial and entertainment capital of India. Mumbai is home to India’s Hindi film and television industry, known as “Bollywood.” Mumbai is also one of the few cities that accommodates a national park, the Sanjay Gandhi National Park, within its city limits.
The history of Mumbai and The Taj Mahal Palace are dramatically intertwined. The hotel is Mumbai’s first harbour landmark (built 21 years before the Gateway of India) and the site of the first licensed bar in the city. For more than a century, the Taj has played an intrinsic part in the life of the city, hosting Maharajas, dignitaries and eminent personalities from across the globe. Today it is a Leading Hotel of the World and favourite destination for discerning business travellers.
A treasure-trove of invaluable memorabilia, there is a story to tell behind every pillar, a landmark deal in every boardroom, and a storied celebration under every awning. Come be a part of the legend.
The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel has outlived colonizers, riots and revolutions, and still remains at the top of its game. Originally completed in 1903 and overlooking Mumbai's landmark Gate of India and the Arabian Sea, the Taj is a red-brick, Victorian-era, East-meets-West architectural triumph. Although not immediately apparent, the hotel is actually divided into two wings, the original Heritage Wing and the 33-year-old modernist Tower Wing. The Heritage Wing is accessed via a smaller entry, it fans out like an elongated, elegant cross, capped by endless Moghul-styled arches and a monumental neo-Florentine dome. The corridors stand testimony to a century old heritage, with genuine artifacts and antiques gracing the aisles. The palace rooms include Italian marble bathrooms, along with original paintings, antiques from throughout India, and period furniture to transport guests into a world of regal luxury and grandeur .Personal butlers can be summoned at a touch of a button to attend to every request from the moment of check in to the time of departure.
The official hotel check-in time is 3 p.m. and check-out is 11 a.m. To ensure early check-in, you have the option of purchasing hotel accommodations for an extra night. Late check-out may be arranged and paid directly to the hotel. Your hotel stay includes full breakfast, tax, service charges and luggage handling.
Note: Guests booking their own transportation - It is the responsibility of the guest/travel agent to ensure that Regent Seven Seas Cruises has the most current and updated flight information so the transfer can be arranged. There will be no refund for non use if the transfer operates on old or inaccurate information. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.
At a Glance
Rooms and Suites: starting from 273 sq ft / 25 sq mt
•303 City and Pool view Premier rooms
•58 Royal Club and Royal Club Parlour Suites
•30 Suites: includes dedicated Butler and access to Royal Club Lounge and amenities
Banquest Venue spread over 28000 sqft / 2601 sqmt
Dining Citrus (all day dining); Jamavar (signature Indian restaurant); Le Cirque Signature (fine-dining Franco Italian restaurant); The Great Wall (Chinese speciality restaurant); Six Degrees (cosmopolitan bar) and The Lobby Lounge
Spa: ESPA, with varied spa options and a Salon
Immerse yourself in the contemporary elegance and style of Hyatt Regency Mumbai. Conveniently located on Sahar Airport Road, only one kilometre from the international airport terminal, our Mumbai luxury hotel is the premier business travel destination, with 401 luxury rooms and suites and first-class conference facilities, restaurants, and bars.
Presenting ultra-modern, recently refurbished accommodation, the lavish Club Prana Spa and Fitness Centre, and a beautiful, free-form outdoor pool, our 5-star Mumbai airport hotel is a welcome sanctuary for discerning executives and international travellers.
Located in the city’s prime business and shopping district of Nariman Point, The Oberoi, Mumbai has been completely redesigned to be the ultimate destination for contemporary style and luxury in the city. Overlooking the Arabian Sea, the hotel welcomes you with space and serenity. Luxuriously appointed guestrooms have been meticulously planned with a host of innovative features using the latest technology.
The Oberoi, Mumbai is located on Marine Drive, the famed boulevard along the coast in South Mumbai. An hour's drive from the airport and only minutes away from the business, financial and entertainment districts, the hotel is also well located to visit the city’s tourist attractions.
The hotel offers a rich variety of dining experiences ranging from an all day dining restaurant serving global cuisine, to an Italian Restaurant and a signature Indian restaurant under the direction of a Michelin starred chef.
An ideal location for business meetings and conferences in Mumbai, venues range from private meeting rooms at the 24-hours Business Centre to the conference rooms on the top floor of the hotel offering sweeping views of the Arabian Sea.
Recreational facilities include an outdoor heated swimming pool, a fitness centre and a full service Oberoi Spa. The Spa and the Fitness Centre are open 24 hours.
Trident, Nariman Point Mumbai features a sundeck with a pool that provides sweeping views of the Arabian Sea. The hotel's fitness facility includes free weights, as well as cardiovascular and strength training equipment. Business amenities at this 5 star property include a business center, high speed internet access, and secretarial services. The property offers restaurants, a lobby lounge, and 24 hour room service. Airport transportation is available (surcharge applies), and guest parking is complimentary.
All 550 guestrooms and suites at Trident, Nariman Point Mumbai offer air conditioning and include minibars and coffee/tea makers. Televisions come with satellite channels and offer pay movies. Guestrooms provide dual line direct dial phones with voice mail. Bathrooms offer bathroom phones and hair dryers.