The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai
Mumbai, India’s “Maximum City” is where the Indian Dream is chased. The economic and commercial hub of India, this sprawling metropolitan of 22 million people is the nerve center of India and an embodiment of its ambition and rise.
This frenetic mega city that teems with life, activity and urban chaos is home to Bollywood, iconic Indian landmarks and rich cultural activity.
If you are unaccustomed to and are a novice in India, Mumbai is one place that can overwhelm you with its frantic pace, noise, and high-intensity life.
You need a great place to unwind, soak it all in, and make sense of the crazy Sensory Overload that is Mumbai. And, there is no better place to do it than at the legendary Taj Mahal Palace in Colaba.
Built in 1903, when the city was still known as Bombay, this British-era establishment is a heritage site in and of itself. Over the past 120 years, it has hosted kings, queens, princesses, global celebrities, movie stars, politicians and statesmen.
Known to Mumbaikers simply as the Taj, it gets its name due to the Indo-Saracenic style of architecture (of the Taj Mahal of Agra) which it is modelled after.
Interesting Facts About The Taja Mahal Palace
Our Opinion : Mumbai is a city of plenty— in many senses of the world. Of people, wealth, sights, attractions and luxuries. And, no other place does luxury and opulence better than its 28-unit massive 5-star establishment that overlooks the Gateway of India on one side and the Arabian Sea on the other.
With its central location, you are within walking distance of some of the city’s greatest landmarks. Colaba Causeway, a popular tourist part of the city is located nearby and other attractions like shopping districts, museums, art galleries, heritage churches and synagogues are in close proximity.