See your little one’s eyes light up as they discover the history of civilisation in an ancient cave. Hear the glee in their voices when they cover you in the soft sands of a secluded beach. Or let their imaginations run wild as they gaze at fluffy clouds in the sky while lazily floating down the backwaters. Feel the goose bumps on their skin as a tiger roars in the dense forest. Let Taj Holidays help you make memories that will be shared for generations to come. Trust us, it’s the easiest way to go from just ‘mom’ to ‘the world’s greatest mom’.
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.
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.
Built in 1993, the hotel is a fusion of old world architecture and modern comforts.
Set in the Vindhya Hills, this property is located on the edge of Bandhavgarh National Park. The property offers 12 standalone luxury cottages, in a 45- acre private forest.
Built in 1914, the Arabidacool Bungalow is our finest & most historical bungalow in the Mylemoney Coffee Estate of Chikmagalur. Baba Budan brought seven beans of coffee from the Port of Mocha in Yemen to Chikmagalur in India & that's where the origin of coffee began in India. The Arabidacool Bungalow is nestled at a height of 4000ft above sea level & takes you one step closer to the sky. There is a slice of history in every corner of the Bungalow, from it's elegant upholstery to the red brick shade. Home to the legendary and extremely rare “Kent” coffee, Mylemoney estate is nestled near Mullayangiri - the highest peak in the region with lush green forests, home to rich wildlife and a variety of deer. Thomas Cannon a renowned English planter discovered this ideal location in the early 19th century & thus came the association of coffee & the Arabidacool Bungalow.
Located on Willingdon Island, the hotel offers beautiful views of the Harbour and the backwaters.
A heritage hotel set within beautifully landscaped gardens and open lawns. Sporting colonial style cottages, this hotel exudes a charm reminiscent of a bygone era.
The Hotel is located on a mountain range at an altitude of 4000 feet. It is perched in the middle of 180 acres of sub-tropical rain forests.
Nestled in the Western Ghats, Cottabetta Bungalow is one of the most sought-after vacation homes in Coorg. The heritage bungalow in Coorg dwells in the estate from where come some of the finest Robusta Coffee ripened by the rays of the winter sun.
Nestled amidst the coffee plantations lies the Taneerhulla Cottage, a 30 year old bungalow from amã Stays & Trails. The perfect haven for small families looking for a weekend retreat, the cottage opens up to a lush garden where visitors can enjoy a steaming cup of morning coffee. The friendly staff at the cottage will ensure that your stay is a memorable one, while you relax and enjoy the comforts of your home away from home.
At a height of 900 mtr, drive into the winding road through the blue and white gates of the Woshully Coffee Plantation Estate and one of the oldest heritage bungalows looms into sight. Standing on the porch of the bungalow one sees the famed Doorbeen (Binoculars) road. Folklore says that there used to be a Masonian Temple in the vicinity. The Woshully estate is known for its high quality Robusta and fine flavoured Coorg Mandarin oranges. Woshully is home to a host of animal species. An established “elephant corridor” passes through the estate. Racket tailed dragons, scarlet minivets, serpent eagles and brahminy kites are frequently seen frolicking in the shade trees.
The Bungalow has stood the test of time & gives you the essence of living a planter's life. There is a touch of old world era right from the switch boards to the draperies. The rich collection of paintings ornating the walls gives a true sense of place.
The Pollibetta Bungalow that stands tall atop the Western Ghats is an exclusive spectator to a vast coffee plantation, Coorg’s hills and their multiple hues of green. This luxurious heritage bungalow is spaciously designed to make way for natural light while the bungalow’s high ceilings contribute to its grandeur. Although fully equipped with modern amenities such as wireless internet, satellite television, the bungalow, with its courtyard, wooden flooring and intricately engraved Victorian furniture, takes you back to a time of the past.
Tucked away in the shadows of tall silver oak trees lies the 40 year old Surgi Bungalow. Tranquil as it has always been, it is the perfect choice for those looking to spend a quiet and comfortable holiday. The Surgi bungalow is situated right across the road from TATA Coffee's 9-hole golf course, which makes it the ideal location for those plan to indulge in the sport. Rest assured that the time you spend at the bungalow will be cherished for life!
The erstwhile home of Glen & Lorna, two daughters of the planter who built this abode in the valley of Hudikeri overlooking the steps of tea farm. Located in the hills of South Coorg, the Glenlorna Tea Plantation Estate lies at an impressive elevation of 808 m, surrounded by the famed fauna and flora of the Western Ghats. With slanting roofs, an arched portico, red-tiles on the floor and antique wooden beds, the bungalow has been standing strong with time ever since 1914.
The Glenlorna estate gets an abundance of rainfall and is not only famous for its tea, but also pepper crops and areca nuts. The area surrounding the estate are home to wild boars, hares and an array of birds, considered to be one of the most ecologically sustained zone. Glenlorna is well- renowned for its impressive tea production averaging to roughly around 3,845 kilograms of tea per hectare, post-harvest. Glenlorna is also the only tea estate with a processing unit in the Coorg District.
Situated 8 km from Madikeri, Rare Earth Estate is aesthetically built, with traditional influences of Kodagu styles & the essence of Chola architecture from the regions of Chettinad and Pudukottai, immersing you in the classical feel of Southern India. Each room comes with a private sit out and an exclusive garden.The home has carefully handpicked wooden antique doors, windows and pillars. These decorative pieces were procured from old broken-down homes, restored & reused to help conserve the historical & cultural soul of the region.
The floor tiles are handmade with elaborately designed traditional motifs and are sourced from the Athangudi village in Tamil Nadu, an endeavour to conserve the dying art forms of India. The collection of brass souvenirs displayed around the home, are a part of their ancestral heirlooms and have been collected over the years. The Belgian glass roof tiles cleverly juxtaposed with the traditional roof tiles, capture and diffuse, in an array of colours, the sunlight, thereby illuminating the interiors during the day and conserving energy in the process.
At a height of 900 mtr, drive into the winding road through the blue and white gates of the Woshully Estate into the Taneerhulla Bungalow. Named after the Kodagu term for "cold water" is a reminscence of the water body which ripples with the slow breeze. The Bungalow is a piece of heaven tucked in the coffee estate of Woshully. The manicured garden around the Bungalow offers you a variety of outdoor games to play your hands on or just sit back & feast your eyes to the shrubs, the creepers & a rainbow of flowers aorund. The Bungalow steps its foot into the old history of the colonial times, be it the intricate carpet which warms your toes or the pure hardwood four poster beds which have been intricately maintained. The Taneerhulla Bungalow has metamorphosised from an antique blissful haven to a seasoned bungalow with a touch of modernisation. The Estate that adorns this jewel is not only famous for its Robusta coffee but also for the Mandarin Oranges that grows in conjugation with coffee, adding that citrus note to your brew's aroma.
A hotel that is at the center of the city’s commercial hub, located in downtown Marine Drive.
Located on the edge of Gir Forest, which is home to wildlife and 200 species of birds, the hotel is in a quiet setting facing the Hiran River.
This Mediterranean-inspired resort sprawls over 56 acres of lush greenery.
With large deluxe and luxury suites, and villa rooms, coupled with old-world architecture, flower-lined patios and a sunshine-laden atrium make for a perfect romantic or family holiday.
Sink in to luxury at this beach paradise in the sunny state of Goa!
Explore the horizon beyond the 16th century ramparts of the Portuguese Fort.
The first luxury hotel in Goa on Candolim Beach offers rooms, suites, villas, twin luxury of hillside and sea-facing residences across a turquoise-washed paradise with splendid views of the Arabian Sea.
Soak in a space that displays the spirit of Goa!
Elegant Indo-Portuguese architectural heritage is showcased through Romanesque arches, pillared verandahs and sunny saquãos.
With the beach on side and cocooned in dense foliage, the 142 terracotta-roof suites and villas deliver contemporary luxury in the midst of nature.
Unwind and revel in the captivating Goan paradise!
A luxury business hotel, it is located in the heart of Panjim, that is equipped with state-of-the-art amenities and facilities.
A few minutes from Panjim, past verdant paths, and on Vainguinim beach, await intimate alcoves, overhanging balcaos, historic murals, a backyard beach, and the friendliest staff. Simply, Goa in a resort.
Cardozo House is a 4-bedroom Portuguese-style Villa with swimming pool and garden, located in Candolim-North Goa. The villa has been restored with perfection by Indian Hotels Company Limited. The house has four spacious bed rooms with ensuite bathrooms, a living room, 10 seater dining room and a spacious kitchen. The interior of the house has an attractive rustic colour patterned floor tiles, rose wood furniture , decorative pelmets and wooden rafter ceilings which exhibits the Indo-Portuguese influence.
Braganza House Stylization carries nuances from Portuguese influence. The patterns inspired from “azulejos” which are used in floor tiles. Contemporary Style basket weave furniture. Printed plate decoration on wall. The paintings depicting the surrounding nature and the sea to bring in the local flavours. Calm bed room space has been created for rest and contemplation through use of neutral colour palate, natural wood furniture, and floral wall paper inspired from the layered petals from Portuguese influence. Thus Braganza House provides a cosy, reposeful space to relax, unwind and enjoy.
The 282 rooms and 17 themed suites with more than half of them facing the sea, oozes luxury and scale.
The Vainguinim beach and the sea beyond all appear within reach or head up to the instagrammable rooftop, suitably landscaped with a large infinity pool along the sea-facing edge and boasting a sunken bar. There is plenty here to make your moments larger than life!
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.
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.
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.
The former hunting ground of the Maharajas, the hotel is set amidst lush greenery.
At the heart of the action are daily jeep safaris to the legendary Jim Corbett National Park – India’s first national park - where you can spot elephants, deer, leopards, red foxes, sloth bear and the regions’ most famous resident, the Royal Bengal Tiger. Apart from the wildlife, there’s much excitement assured; riverside activities including archery, a unique survival course training and noodle hockey for children, Himalayan mountain drives for thrill-seekers, leisurely forest trails and overnight camping sessions for the entire family. Our culinary prowess is legendary in these hills; dine on authentic flavours of Kumaon like rasbhaat and gahat ke paranthe along with Indian and international cuisines at our themed restaurants or savour a colonial-style high tea at the Ghural Deck under a crimson spring shower of local buransh flowers. A dip in the swimming pool and a workout at our modern fitness centre can be followed up with a two-hour, deep cleansing Uddharsana treatment at our award-winning Jiva Spa. Just like the crisp mountain air and the fragrance of pines, the indulgences at our luxury resort, Taj Corbett Resort & Spa keep wafting in.
Taj Corbett Resort & Spa, Uttarakhand is located in the fabled Kumaon district at the foothills of the Himalayas, just 250 kms from Delhi International Airport, and a two-hour drive from the state capital, Dehradun. 61 contemporary rooms and suites under the shade of imperial deodar and sal trees dot 10 acres of land on the banks of the river Kosi, promising a luxurious pahadi (mountain) vacation.
A resort with top of the line luxurious amenities, Taj Hari Mahal pulls out all stops for an enchanting vacation in Jodhpur, India’s exotic ‘Blue City’, the second largest in Rajasthan. Spread over six acres of landscaped lawns and manicured gardens, Taj Hari Mahal celebrates the grandeur of Rajput and Mughal architecture, from its arch-shaped swimming pool, beguiling frescoes, latticed windows and flower-strewn water fountains to miniature artwork and jewel-toned furnishings inside the plush suites. Gourmands are spoilt for choice at our restaurants which serve the most spectacular Chinese meals in the city, haute global cuisine and iconic local delicacies like dal baati and Jodhpuri maas, paired with world-class wines. Fitness enthusiasts can balance these indulges with workouts at our state-of-the-art fitness center, followed by a wellness treatment at the the Spa. Our concierge desk designs experiences that raise the curtain on the best of Jodhpur’s illustrious sights and traditions; whether it’s shopping trips to Sarafa and Kapraa bazaars, thrilling drives in the undulating sand dunes of the Great Indian (Thar) Desert, baajot-style bonfire dinners with live folk music or unique village safaris. The palace’s contemporary meeting venues are ideal for business conferences as well as glamorous soirees, making us your premier choice for a rendezvous with Jodhpur.
Perched on Chittar Hill, the highest point in Jodhpur the palace offers a panoramic view of the city beneath. Set amidst 26 acres of lush green gardens, this is one of the largest residencies in the world.
The Kanha Resort is set in 90 acres of private Sal forest that has grasslands and a seasonal lake. Two camps of 9 tents each are built on the banks of the still river overlooking the national park.
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.
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.
Located at Mumbai- Nashik highway, and is easily accessible. Surrounded by 22 acres of lush green landscaped gardens, this is the only 5 star hotel in the city.
A 190 year-old colonial style heritage property situated near the Golf Course, it is set amidst 6 acres of landscaped gardens.
Located in the midst of a National Park, the lodge offers exclusive wildlife experiences. Set in 200 acres of private wilderness, this hotel has 12 stone cottages atop a small hill.
This property is a luxury resort surrounded by wildlife and nature. 12 exclusive bungalows sporting the architecture of a bygone era.
This former royal family hunting lodge is the only heritage hotel in Ranthambore. Spread over 12 acres of lush green lawns, this lodge has a British style architecture.
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.
Hill stations are always earned, as they have been right since the good old school summers. In Himachal Pradesh, otherwise known as Devbhumi, the Land of the Gods, a beautiful hill state in northern India framed by the western Himalayas, hill stations are benchmarks. And on the national highway No 5, often a photographer’s muse.
Situated atop a hill, it overlooks the Dal lake in Srinagar. Spread across 6 verdant acres, the hotel is surrounded by Zabarwan Mountains
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.
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.
An 18th Century palace set on a 4-acre island, in the middle of Lake Pichola.
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.
A luxury 5 star hotel that is located close to the city centre and shopping district.