Discover the true meaning of relaxation with Taj Holidays. Feel the tension seep out as you baptise yourself in a fragrant pool scented with flowers. Indulge your body and soul with rejuvenating treatments carefully curated for you. Our trademark Jiva Spas are the hallmark of an authentic wellness experience, drawn from the wisdom of years of ancient Asian healing rituals. Give in to the pleasures of pampering and return to life refreshed.
Built on the ramparts of an old Dutch Fort, Fisherman’s Cove now rides a fresh new wave with the stylishly spirited Taj brand of hospitality. A hotel that is one with the Bay of Bengal, Taj Fisherman’s Cove Chennai, hosts an eclectic mix of global travellers seeking most-unique and luxurious experiences. The soulful and tranquil ambience of this beach resort combines beautifully with a plethora of dining destinations at the hotel, giving you a taste of a different world at water’s edge. Revel in seaside hospitality with rooms, cottages and villas, all designed for relaxation and rejuvenation, set amidst lush manicured landscaping with breathtaking views of the sea. As a Taj hotel, there is now a distinct focus on technology to cater to the new-age cosmopolitan urban traveller, who is at work during the day and a lover of leisure at night. The culinary experiences at the Taj Fisherman’s Cove are heightened by scenic views, intuitive yet unobtrusive service and excellent local fare. Dining by the sea at the seafood specialty restaurant Bayview is an experience in itself. At Upper Deck, the bistro style menu, inspired from the continental cuisine from Northern France and North Western of Italy, presents an artistic blend of the classic with the modern. The vibrant all-day dining restaurant overlooking the pool, Seagull serves multi-cuisine delights. The sunken Sunburst Bar at the poolside is a great place to spend a lazy afternoon, lounging in the pool. The bespoke dining experiences at Taj Fisherman’s Cove extend to private dining your own Watch Tower, where meals are customised for your occasion. Located near this charming beach resort, is the beautiful temple town of Mamallapuram (also known as Mahabalipuram), a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Famed for its architectural grandeur, Mahabalipuram’s historical monuments and sculptures include the Pancha Rathas; Cave Temples; structural temples (Shore Temple and the Olakkannesvara Temple); and the largest open-air rock relief in the world. Apart from its prehistoric architectural brilliance, Mahabalipuram is also known for its scenic beauty, culture and tradition. So, whether it is a lazy weekend getaway, a romantic sojourn or a business get-together by the sea near Mahabalipuram, let the spirit of Taj Fisherman’s Cove enliven you.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Located on a hillside, the resort overlooks the Arabian Sea. Spread across 10 acre lush green settings, offering a view of Kerala’s backwaters.
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 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.