ICONIC CITY WEDDINGS AND BANQUETS

ICONIC CITY WEDDINGS AND BANQUETS

ICONIC CITY WEDDINGS AND BANQUETS

A wedding that your heart desires: The grandest locations, the most lavish banquets, and the choicest wine lists.

The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai

A Mumbai wedding just has to be at The Taj Mahal Palace. And who better to host it than the city's own grand dame?

It is, after all, the palace that took its place in history 21 years before the Gateway of India. It is the dome that features in every artist’s etchings of the Mumbai harbour. It is the first hotel in India to have had electricity. It is the hotel that housed India’s first ever licensed bar.
It is where Hussain, Jahangir Sabavala, Ara and V.S. Gaitonde hang their works in a manner that can only be described as matter-of-fact. It is the place where the old Palace Wing still makes you speak a little softer once you enter its hallowed corridors. It is the Taj.
And as for the romance that surrounds it? How would you like to be married in a place where Lennon and Yoko Ono spent five days in a suite without stepping out for even a minute? Or where the Beatles could have composed a love song?

for the experiences that The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai, offers, we recommend a wedding night at our heritage Rajput Suite – where a single-touch button lights up this carefully restored suite that is distinguished by an antique swing. Or an intimate dinner at Chef Hemant Oberoi's signature Chef Studio – where ambrosial food decorates Versace, designed Rosenthal crockery and wine is drunk in Riedel goblets as a toast to the beginning of your life together.

Ballroom And Crystal Room - True to tradition, the Ballroom and the Crystal Rooms still echo with the sounds of lavish feasts being served on pure silver salvers. Making them the perfect venue for glittering wedding events such as yours.

In the 1920s, it was where the Maharajahs entertained lavishly as guests vied with each other for a repeat invitation. In the 1930s, it was the first place in India to witness the birth of jazz, cabaret and the tango. In the 1940s, it was the first air-conditioned ballroom. In 1980, it was the first to bring down Michelin-star chefs and change the palates of the country forever.
Today you'll find that these versatile rooms are still reminiscent of the twelve-bar blues. They still tell tales of sit-down dinners, when Mumbai was Bombay and Bombay ended at Bandra. They still tell tales of how they were resplendent with the bejewelled turbans of the Maharajahs. The three Crystal Rooms - Central, North and South - with their imposing carved pillars and late 19th century chandeliers remember tradition while functioning as a modern gathering space. The rooms can be used on their own or combined as one room, with the North and South Rooms serving as adjunct rooms for cocktails and dinner.

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Taj Lands End, Mumbai

A ringside view of two blue waters – the Arabian Sea and a swimming pool, the Taj Lands End has the ability to make a Mumbai wedding feel like a destination one.

Banquets - Situated in the heart of Bandra, Mumbai's center of swing, Taj Lands End, has the distinction of having had jazz maestro Herbie Hancock on its guest list. You could take this as inspiration and let our spacious Seaside Lawns make room for a dance floor. Have your guests sway to the unforgettable tune of "What a wonderful world" creating the perfect sentiment for a wedding night. Or get a little more adventurous and pick a retro night for your cocktails at our Poolside Lawns.

The regal Ballroom gives you the perfect venue for hosting black-tie events. Pillarless and accentuated with mirrors and opulent chandeliers, this grand space boasts of an exclusive entrance, a pre-function area, a 16-foot high ceiling and a sense of absolute luxury. Whatever you choose, this charming city hotel can transport your guests far from the madding crowd to swaying palm fronds, a cool breeze and an unparalleled sea view.

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Taj Palace, New Delhi

A modern classic that stands tall in the exclusive diplomatic enclave. A Delhi wedding doesn't get any bigger than this.

Durbar Hall and Raja Rani Bagh - An invite that mentions the Taj Palace, has guests airing out their best saris and tuxedos. It is where shehnais welcome them to the best lawns in the capital city. Where you make a grand entry with a fleet of vintage cars. Turn your banquet into a spectacular affair with themes that can range from Shaolin temples to the shimmer of 5000 candles. The sprawling lawns measuring 9,253 sq. ft. seat upto 800 sated guests.

One of Delhi's largest venues, Durbar Hall makes for a breathtaking wedding banquet. The elegant Indian style is derived from the architectural vernacular of Mughal Delhi, inspiring a sense of heritage. The dark American walnut columns draw the eye towards the gently vaulted ceiling. Traditional motifs and massive crystal chandeliers are accompanied by discreet lighting to emphasize the dramatic scale of this exquisite venue that can host up to 1,000 people theatre-style and up to 1,100 people for a cocktail reception.

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The Taj Mahal Hotel, New Delhi

There's a lot that could be said for contemporary wedding settings. But there's a lot more that could be said for a wedding set in the charm of Lutyen's Delhi - a place where time has refused to make way for anyone. And it is here that The Taj Mahal Hotel's timeless hospitality, quiet luxury and assiduous service blend effortlessly to give you the perfect setting for an unforgettable wedding.

Banquets - Enter the majestic ambience of Diwan-I-Am, the largest of the banquet halls. A plush, exclusive anteroom leads you in to a sprawling 4,392 sq. ft. room that holds up to 500 people reception-style. With its regal décor, spectacular Mughal architecture, abundant natural lighting and beautiful view of the lush surroundings, this hall is a favourite venue for myriad occasions.

If you'd prefer a more intimate gathering, the quaint Diwan-I-Khas provides the ideal space. This banquet hall measuring 1,458 sq.ft. holds up to 80 people and can be interconnected with Diwan-I-Am, Aftab Mahtab or both as a private lounge or buffet area.

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Taj Coromandel, Chennai

Named after the 'Kalpavriksh' or Coromandel, the wish-fulfilling tree, Taj Coromandel literally gives you a wedding with everything you could wish for. From breathtaking venues and legendary service, to the finest cuisines and live classical performances, the iconic hotel has been offering guests the very best of hospitality since 1974. Reason enough for you to get married here.

Banquets - The Ballroom, the largest pillar-less hall in Chennai, is an opulently decorated space, measuring 6,146 sq. ft. with a ceiling height of 11.5 feet and featuring the unique INOVA automated lighting system. This venue can seat 250 people classroom-style and up to 800 people for dinners.

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Taj Krishna, Hyderabad

In the past, it has played host to the late Princess Diana, the Dalai Lama, Kofi Anan, His Highness Aga Khan and Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. Today, it can play host to your wedding guests for an absolutely royal wedding. A grand structure complete with pearl shops, Pochampalli fabric boutiques, rich local cuisine and stunning venues, the Taj Krishna makes sure that your wedding is as gorgeous as a true Hyderabadi wedding should be.

Banquets - The Grand Ballroom can easily accommodate up to 600 people and is the largest of its kind in the entire city. This massive hall can be partitioned into 3 separate spaces with attached lawns that can host up to 175 people individually, allowing you to play with your wedding venues as you like.

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Taj Bengal, Kolkata

There are those of us for whom Kolkata will always remain Calcutta. For whom this city will always be a hark-back to the days of the Raj. And for those of us, a Kolkata wedding can only be held at a place that still retains the stately elegance of the colonial era. If you have a soft spot for history, the nostalgic charm of Taj Bengal coupled with its exemplary service, makes it a perfect venue for your wedding day and some legendary romance.

Banquets - The Crystal Hall is probably the most versatile hall in Taj Bengal. A spacious hall measuring 5,400 sq. ft., it can seat up to 800 guests and can be partitioned into 3 different venues to suit your fancy. The sophisticated interiors of woodwork and ornate crystal make it an appealing setting for your wedding events.

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Taj West End, Bangalore

How would you like to get married in a 125-year-old hotel? In the presence of a 150-year-old rain tree? With flowers in the hedges everywhere? How would you like to get married at Taj West End, Bangalore?

Banquets - Taj West End, with its gabled roofs and carefully-preserved architecture is Bangalore’s most coveted patch of green. Go from red candles to twinkling fairy lights to antique Colonial lanterns in our Prince of Wales Lawns - a lush landscape you can play with. You can create romantic havoc or let the acres of landscaped gardens tell their own tale with quiet simplicity. Whatever you do, these heritage lawns are a great backdrop for your guests’ Kanjeevarams.

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Vivanta by Taj - Yeshwantpur, Bangalore

It's a modern city hotel with the ability to play host to a wedding that can be as grand as you'd like it to be. It's a hotel that can stun you with its innate hospitality and new-found glamour, making it a great choice for a grand wedding or wedding celebration.

Banquets - Let your guests walk in and feel the pulse of this delightfully urbane space. Let its fluid, clean lines welcome them as our sound, lights, themes, and hip staff put on a show. Our grand ballroom seats 800 theatre-style and our fusion cuisine and mixologists create an evening of great wining, dining and romance.

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The Pierre, A Taj Hotel, New York

It is the only place you can stand at a majestic height and get a view of Central Park in all its glory. It's the undisputed choice for Manhattan's most discerning brides, with personalized service and attention to detail making it perfect for any couple's dream wedding. If there's anything that stops and makes time for love in the crazy, whirling world of New York, it is this. And that's why you ought to get married here.

The Grand Ballroom - It’s where you ought to dance your wedding waltz in complete Hollywood style. At 8,526 sq. ft., this historical ballroom has been given a 100 million dollar hotel renovation, preserving its status as one of New York's most sought-after venues. With a beautiful silver and gold canopy that sets the tone for a glittering event, this stunning second-floor location allows you to seat up to 700 guests. The uninterrupted flow of banquet spaces, cocktails at the Garden Foyer before or during the event, and a legacy of white-glove service remind your guests that this is no ordinary New York wedding. It's a New York wedding at the Pierre.

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51 Buckingham Gate, Taj Suites And Residences, London

This beautiful Victorian property, dating back to 1897, offers an elegant selection of banquet rooms for weddings, social gatherings and receptions. The Courtyard at 51, with its landscaped gardens and fountain, is the perfect backdrop for picture-perfect memories while your guests enjoy a champagne reception. Stunning and unique Shakespearean frieze surrounds the entire Courtyard creating the quintessential setting for wedding day romance.

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Taj Cape Town

Taj Cape Town combines rich history with contemporary architecture, located in an area alive with art , culture , cuisine and entertainment. Offering panoramic views of the Table Mountains, you can either just visit Cape Town or stay in it! The Taj, Cape Town, takes up residence in the meticulously restored Board of Executors and the old Reserve Bank that date back to 1896. Spectacular architecture, exquisite aesthetics and warm hospitality come together to give you a wedding that is truly legendary.

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Taj Boston

It's famous for its Afternoon Tea Ritual, Champagne Sunday Brunch and location on Newbury Street, the Rodeo Drive of Boston. You'll find that this Crown Jewel of all Boston hotels, located near the Theatre District, is more than equipped to add a touch of theatre to your wedding.

The Grand Ballroom - It's a ballroom where the sparkling chandeliers do justice to a bride's baguette diamond ring. It's a ballroom that offers the perfect reason for guests to rent limousines. It owns the views of the famed Public Garden and Commonwealth Avenue Mall. It is where guests soak in the aura of Boston's most prestigious venue that measures over 3,825 sq. ft. Two storeys high, it is surrounded on three sides by a balcony, with a grand staircase descending to the Ballroom below. This majestic venue just calls for a band playing “The Blue Danube” for 75 to 250 guests to dance to. Or seat up to 500 guests reception-style.

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