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Having stayed at multiple Taj properties over the years, I certainly expected impeccable service (which is the TAJ way). What came as a very pleasant surprise was the attention to the smallest detail (which is also an Taj hallmark).
Arriving after a 18 hour journey...More
We had the most wonderful stay at The Taj Mahal Palace. We knew the story behind the hotel's construction & the incredible ethos of the Tata family. So we felt privileged to stay in such a magnificent hotel. But it was beyond our wildest dreams....More
5 Thank Donna C
Response from GMTheTajMahalPalace, General Manager at The Taj Mahal Palace, MumbaiResponded 18 January 2018
Dear Ms. Donna,
Greetings from The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai.
We are glad that you enjoyed your stay with us. At The Taj we are inspired by the nobility of Indian heritage and culture and it encourages us to know that you observed the effort...More
This is a very hyped hotel with lots of mythology around it, but I do think it lives up to all that hype. Staff are constantly surprising you in a good way with their service and the entire building is such a delightful place to...More
By far the best hotel I’ve visited. The staff were unobtrusive, yet so helpful and considerate. For me, the best area was the outdoor pool and lounging area. It really was like a private palace. It is only accessible for guests which was a shame...More
We stayed here for two nights and it was a hard to beat experience. De staff is more than super, the room we had in the palace (not in the tower) was outstanding and the quality of the food is the best of the best....More
It’s the tourist central of the city with a liberal dose of rich history, iconic eating and drinking joints and artistic connections that have found prominent mentions in Gregory David Roberts’ Shantaram. Stroll down Colaba Causeway for kitschy street shopping bargains. Take a break at the many
laid-back legendary bars & restaurants like Cafe Mondegar or Leopold Café. The vibrant vibe of Colaba is incomplete without the buzz at Mumbai’s most iconic tourist hub, Gateway of India & The Taj Mahal Hotel on the parallel lane. Sprinkled with designer boutiques, quaint cafes with rooftop sea view, the promenade is a popular route to go to Elephanta Caves & Alibaug.
The High tea buffet cost us about $Aus40 each. Was well & truly worth it. I'm not sure what time it finishes. You'll take the new bridge over the bay which cuts out a lot of traffic. It took us an hour in peak hour.