Take a walk back into history, and submerse yourself in cultures that have withstood the test of time. Be amazed by awe-inspiring structures, and savour the flavours of diverse cuisines. Experience magical traditions as you immerse yourself in India’s rich heritage.
An iconic hotel that is set amidst 6 acres of landscaped gardens. The hotel houses 100 rooms, most of which offer a view of the iconic Taj Mahal.
Agra’s newest landmark, the Taj Hotel & Convention Centre, Agra, is here. To woo you with plush rooms & suites, exceptional restaurants, dedicated event spaces and magical views of Taj Mahal.
A luxury palace style resort, it is located between two well-known historical regions. The resort is surrounded by the Aravalli hills, offering peace and tranquillity.
Built in 1993, the hotel is a fusion of old world architecture and modern comforts.
A historical property, located on a lush 9-acre landscaped estate. This property is a 138 year-old heritage retreat built by HH Maharaja Jayaji Rao Scindia.
Built in 1894, this former palace of the erstwhile Nizam is spread over 32 acres.
A 272 years old property, it is the former residence of the Prime Minister of Jaipur. Spread over 18 acres of landscaped gardens, the hotel offers all modern comforts.
The former hunting ground of the Maharajas, the hotel is set amidst lush greenery.
With a backdrop of the Aravalli mountains, Devi Ratn lives the story of a dramatic Jaipur across its 20 acres, blending heritage with a design vision of the future.
It can be said, that in Uttar Pradesh, tourists go to Agra and travellers to Lucknow. This land of myriad cultures and histories is where gracious living and colonial and Indian royal grandeur collide in one impressive kaleidoscopic burst. Like its kebabs, nothing is underdone in Lucknow. And in this glorious confluence of past and present, Taj Mahal Lucknow, offers a timeless Taj experience.
Stately. Elegant. Opulent. Taj Mahal Lucknow inspires a romance with a coquette called Lucknow.
If Delhi is the city of Djinns, then Lucknow is the city of soul. The nawabs still haunt it, as do the British, with their fine taste for delicate craftsmanship, love for beauty, music, the arts and cuisine.
In fact, if they were around they would give Taj Mahal Lucknow, a round of applause. Because this is where regal décor, food that is lovingly coaxed on plates, a revival of fine art and curated one-of-a-kind experiences come together.
A museum of monuments, this city, a rather overlooked destination by the ordinary itinerary, deserves a mention. Indeed, there’s nothing ordinary about this place. Every passing culture has left an indelible mark on the land, leaving behind an extraordinary blend of influences that’s almost fable-like. And all of this tradition is captured, waiting to be experienced, at the Taj Mahal Lucknow.
Begin your days at our hotel welcoming the warmth of the sun and the tranquil pool or garden views from your room. Take time off to sample the smorgasbord of culinary delights, with choices that travel on from sunrises to sunsets. And end them by getting out of a wet swimsuit and into a dry martini.
Go sightseeing, a must for history buffs. The siege of Lucknow’s Residency building was one of the sparks for the great Indian War of Independence in 1857. Lucknow's grandest structure, the Bada Imambara, is also an intriguing experience with its mysterious passageways, secret tunnels and labrynth maze.
Souvenirs can be exquisitely crafted chikan kurtas for both men, women and children or attars from the local bazaar.
And your most unforgettable one is your time here, at our hotel, which starts to delight and grow on you, making you amenable to a second visit. At the Taj Mahal Lucknow, time is always on your side. What more could you want, in a city so enduring?
20 kilometres from the Domestic Airport
8 kilometres from the Railway Station
The property is located close to the IT corridor of Madurai. Perched at the top of the Pasumalai hill, the hotel is speed across 62 acres.
With a view of the hills, and a seat on the highway, this earthy abode exudes the energy and vibe of its meditative city. Here the spiritual meets the temporal.
An 18th Century palace set on a 4-acre island, in the middle of Lake Pichola.
Positioned on a dramatic landscape in the erstwhile princely state of Mewar in Rajasthan, Taj Aravali Resort & Spa sets new standards of luxury in Udaipur, the famed city of lakes and legendary land of the Aravalis.
Overlooking Udaipur’s Lake Pichola, Taj Fateh Prakash Palace is a luxurious jewel of the Mewar dynasty, an award-winning living museum with 65 heritage rooms and suites, scenic restaurant, a stunning infinity pool, spa and one of India’s most flamboyant durbar halls.
By the banks of the graceful Ganges and guarded by the formidable Himalayas, Taj Rishikesh is a serene hideaway. Its “one with nature” design makes it a natural habitat for wellness to take residence.
A contemporary ode to a classical city, Taj Ganges is a luxurious landmark in Varanasi, also known as Benares / Kashi. Just a 45 minute drive from Lal Bahadur Shastri International Airport, the 5 star hotel offers modern facilities and world-class service within the mystical aura of one of the world’s oldest living cities set on the banks of the incredible Ganges.
Built by the British East India Company, this historical property is spread across 25 acres of lush gardens. The hotel offers a choice of palace rooms, historical suites, and royal suites.