A day at Taj Mahal Hotel

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I love traveling so much that whenever I am stuck in my city, I hang out at few of my favorite places again & again. Taj Mahal Hotel is close to my house, so it has to be one of my most-visited places.

Taj Hotels & Resorts are renowned for delivering a unique flavor of hospitality that offers world-class refinement while remaining deeply rooted in its local heritage. The Taj Mahal Hotel is located in the diplomatic neighborhood, on Number One Mansingh Road, New Delhi. The hotel is near to famous landmarks and markets. The prominent landmarks- India Gate, the Presidential Palace, the National Museum, & Khan Market – are a short 10-minute drive away. So today, I’ll share few pictures of mine on what the stay at The Taj Mahal Hotel will be like.

For stay, there are 292 luxurious rooms and grand suites, all of which offer stunning aerial views of Delhi’s historic skyline. The rooms, bathrooms and vanity space are not much modern but that’s the USP of this hotel I guess.

The breakfast buffet at Machan is very good. A la carte menu at Machan restaurant offers a good variety of Indian and Western dishes.

Hotel lobby and garden are excellent here.

Taj Khazana exhibits and stocks artifacts and collectibles created by master craftsmen of India and also has a variety of garments, stoles, shawls and accessories from handpicked Indian designers.

The pool gives the ambiance of a luxurious in-city haven.

The overall stay at The Taj Mahal hotel is amazing. You must experience legendary hospitality at the Taj Mahal Hotel in New Delhi, India. Hope you enjoyed the post!

P.S – My Travel-related posts and Hotel Reviews are sponsored by Lorels Holidays. Lorels Holidays is one of the reputed brands in the business of hospitality. The best thing about Lorels Holidays is that they give really good offers & prices.

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  1. Thank you for introducing me to such a beautiful place and giving me a look inside. India is exotic compared to Midwest United States. I will be reading more and more of your blog.

  2. I have been at The Taj Mahal Hotel for a modelling audition. It is a gigantic Mahal. Everthing looks too huge like the auditoriums,the corriders, the rooms and even the stairs seems to be huge. This place is royal.

  3. I would stay at the Taj Hotels in India. They’re lovely. I once stayed at the Taj in New Delhi and the India Cricket team was staying there. I exchanged polite conversation with the players for a week, before leaving the hotel at the same time as they did one day to see a bus and a group of screaming girls. A friend was picking me up and she explained who they were.

  4. Dreaming costs nothing but it is a dream to be there. You recreate everything with a delicacy that we already do to the idea that we are going to go immediately. Your pictures are great and you model very well. Everything in its right place.

    1. You don’t know how much I am regretting that the pictures aren’t clicked from a camera. The place is lovely and beautiful but personally I do not like these pictures very much. Thank you that you liked the post so much. I can be finally glad after reading such sweet comments. And you can at least go there on your special days of life. There are great discounts in market.

  5. I am silver member of Taj group of hotels. I have been to Vivanta here in Pune and I love to plan holidays at the ultimate and the one Taj at Mumbai considering the fact that now Delhi Taj is already “visited” via your blog :).

  6. It’s gorgeous and such stays are magical. I’ve never been Taj though was roaming outside often at the Gateway of India at Mumbai. I used to hang out at Ambassador Hotel but my favorite is Trident at Gurgaon.

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