The Taj Mahal Tower Mumbai was designed by a famous American architect, Melton Bekker, and it first opened its doors to guests in 1973. The hotel's design features elements that reflect the rich Indian culture and history, while also showcasing the opulence and elegance of a 5-star hotel of its caliber. The hotel offers 258 rooms and 12 suites, 9 excellent restaurants and bars, spectacular views over the Arabian Sea and a plethora of amenities and facilities that will leave every guest thoroughly satisfied.
Blending contemporary therapies with ancient Indian wisdom, the Jiva Spa offers the best in Indian revitalisation therapies ranging from time-honored Indian treatments, Indian aromatherapy massages and body scrubs and wraps.
All children are welcome, children up to 10 years stay for free when using existing beds; childcare is also offered.
Overlooking the Gateway of India with panoramic views of the bay, all 560 rooms are the perfect romantic destination.
45 floors: 155 metres (509 ft)
Infinity Pool Rooftop Pool Panoramic View Pool Outdoor Pool
Infinity Pool Rooftop Pool Outdoor Pool
Infinity Pool Children's Pool Panoramic View Pool Outdoor Pool
The new gem of Mumbai Hotels situated in the Bandra Kurla Complex in the geographic heart of the city.
Infinity Pool Panoramic View Pool Outdoor Pool
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Rumour has it that the hotel's architect, W.A. Chambers created the floor plan for the hotel and then left for a trip to his homeland. Upon his return, he found out that the hotel had actually been built in the opposite way than his plans indicated. Devastated by this mistake, he jumped from the hotel's 5th floor and killed himself. Since then, guests and staff alike have reported seeing his ghost wandering around the hotel.