Wake up to the sound of waves lapping lazily at the shore. Spend your days relaxing on powder soft sands with a cocktail in hand. Uncover serenity as you explore a pristine, private island, and marvel at the wealth of beauty that thrives within the glittering blue seas. Give in to the siren song of the sun, sand and surf with Taj Holidays.
Occupying 46 acres on the famed Radhanagar Beach at Havelock Island, Taj Exotica Resort & Spa, Andamans is a luxurious gateway to a globally significant biodiversity hotspot in the Bay of Bengal.
Located on Willingdon Island, the hotel offers beautiful views of the Harbour and the backwaters.
Located at the beach with an 800 meter beachfront, this resort is sprawling over 56 acres of lush greenery.
This property is spread over 28 acres, overlooking the Sinquerim beach. A themed resort & spa, it offers luxurious rooms and cottages.Two way airport transfers on shared basis by AC coach is available at an additional charge of INR 500 per room per stay. The above charge is not included in your room rate. In case you wish to avail of the same, please inform our reservations associates at least 24 hrs prior to arrival. Private car transfers for only the Villas are included in the rate.
Located on a hillside, the resort overlooks the Arabian Sea. Spread across 10 acre lush green settings, offering a view of Kerala’s backwaters.
The Resort & Spa is located in the backwaters of Kerala on the banks of the Vembanad lake. A 150 year old property, it is one of the most popular 5-star resorts in Kerala.
A scenic seaside resort on a hillock, overlooking the Indian Ocean. The property is alongside one of the finest beaches on the South West coast.
The only 5-star resort on an island - off Langkawi. Located on a 390-acre private island, the resort showcases traditional Malaysian architecture.
Located in the middle of one of the largest lagoons in Maldives, the resort is situated in the midst of the coral reef.
Spread across the Emboodhu Finolhu island, the resort is located on a private island with its own lagoon.