The Taj Mahal Hotel

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296 rooms, 12 floors


The Taj Mahal Hotel on Number One Mansingh Road, New Delhi is one of the most distinguished addresses in the national capital. Located in the exclusive residential area of Lutyens* Delhi, close to the seat of government, The Taj Mahal Hotel reflects the heritage of Mughal Delhi. Graceful architecture blends aesthetically with modern facilities. The hotel is a city landmark, centrally located, in close proximity to key areas. The Taj Mahal Hotel is a 40-minute drive from the international airport and minutes away from the bustling city center, Connaught Place, Pragati Maidan, Government offices and Diplomatic missions . The warm, pristine white lobby of The Taj woven with designs reminiscent of Mughal architecture, intricate motifs, golden inlay work, niche*s from *Shahjahanabad*, the erstwhile mogul capital, all add a sense of timelessness to the interiors. The intricacy of the art and design work of the domes and panels in the lobby are perfectly complimented with the calm marble fountain streams. The Taj Mahal Hotel is a veritable showcase of artifacts and art of the era. . The hotel*s most recent introduction has been the Grande Presidential Suite. Every detail in this suite has been perfected to host Heads of State and global business leaders. . New Delhi Tax is payable on Rack rates regardless of the rate booked. Guests booking non Rack rates will have to pay additional tax upon departure directly to the hotel. For more details regarding this new tax structure, please contact hotel directly.


Dining Room
Fitness Center
No Swimming Pool

Free Breakfast
Room Service
Kids Activities
Modem / Data Port
Golf Course
Tennis Courts
Wheelchair Accessible
Convention Center
Business Center
Meeting Rooms
Dry Cleaning/Laundry

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  • cooldude wrote at 2012-02-18 14:16:07

    I an fascinated about Delhi.New Delhi, the capital of India, is the third largest Indian City after Calcutta and Mumbai. Archeological surveys reveals that this city was settled some 2500 years ago. Since 11th century A.D the fortunes of this city have fluctuated in concert with those who have ruled the Indian plains. Mid 17th century, with Moghuls on the throne, came the peak of Delhi. Some of the finest buildings were constructed. Arts, crafts and music flourished under the patronage of the Moghul rulers. Delhi saw almost seven generations of Moghul rule before the advent of the Britishers. Britishers too contributed liberally to the architecture, leading to numerous architectural masterpieces.