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Hotel Taj Mumbai room rates

Discussion in 'Hotels' started by GayanLal, Nov 28, 2016.

  1. GayanLal

    GayanLal New Member

    My wife's birthday is coming up, and I want to take her to the Taj hotel, a place which I know she would love to go to and get spoiled.
    I know the Taj is costly but I don't know how costly, so I need to know what the Hotel Taj Mumbai room rates are. It is not necessary that I need a suite, just a basic room would be fine for her, being at Taj would be a big deal for her as it is.

    Thanks members.
     
  2. briannagodess

    briannagodess Moderator Staff Member

    Hi there, welcome to the forum!

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    (Images from Taj Hotels, Kiwi Collection and Booking)

    Overview

    Standing as one of the landmarks of the city of Mumbai is the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel. Established in the 19th century, it has catered to some of the most influential individuals in India and also in the world. It is located close to the other landmark of the city, the India Gate and overlooks the beautiful Arabian sea. Blending elements of hospitality, royalty and modernisation, the five-star luxury hotel should be at the top of the list when choosing accommodation options especially for special occasions. You can choose from over 500 rooms, either in the Taj Mahal Palace building proper or the Taj Mahal Tower. While the room rates here are definitely expensive, the services and facilities are top notch as well, an experience that you cannot have in any other property in the city.

    Taj Mahal Palace Hotel Mumbai Room Rates

    As mentioned above, there are two wings in the property, namely: The Taj Mahal Palace Wing and the Taj Mahal Tower Wing. We begin by listing the room rates for the Taj Mahal Palace Wing, the older of the two buildings. This wing has seven floors with the higher floors having better views of the Arabian sea. Below, we would highlight the room rates for this wing.

    Taj Mahal Palace Wing Room Rates

    Room TypeViewRate/NightOther Inclusions
    Luxury Grande RoomCityRs. 18,900Breakfast and WiFi
    Luxury Grande RoomSeaRs. 21,150Breakfast and WiFi
    Taj Club RoomCityRs. 21,600Breakfast and WiFi
    Taj Club RoomSeaRs. 24,300Breakfast and WiFi
    Executive Suite BedroomCityRs. 36,900Breakfast and WiFi
    Luxury Suite BedroomSeaRs. 54,900Breakfast and WiFi
    Grande Luxury Suite BedroomSeaRs. 81,900Breakfast and WiFi
    The table above showcases the room rates for the Taj Mahal Palace Wing. There are two types of rooms, namely: the Luxury Grande Room and the Taj Club Room. There are also three types of suites, namely: the Executive Suite Bedroom, the Luxury Suite Bedroom and the Grande Luxury Suite Bedroom.

    1. Luxury Grande Room (City View) - The most affordable room in this wing is the Luxury Grande Room with the City View. Although comparatively cheaper, it still has the same elegance as the other rooms. With wooden flooring, classic furnitures yet modern amenities, the Luxury Grande Room is a good choice for couples. It is a bit smaller in size, but it has the usual coffee table with chairs and a work desk. Modern amenities such as a 40-inch flat screen television and dual-line telephones are also available. The tariff of Rs. 18,900 per night already includes free breakfast for 2 persons and also access to the WiFi of the hotel.
    • Room Amenities - Satellite television, dual-line telephone, multimedia port, coffee table with chairs, coffee/tea maker, work desk and attached private bathroom.
    2. Luxury Grande Room (Sea View) - If you want to enjoy the view of the Arabian sea right at your room's window, the Luxury Grande Room with the Sea View is a good option. It has the same features as the one above, also located from the 2nd floor to the 4th floor of the building. It is a bit more costly though at Rs. 21,150 per night. This rate also includes the free breakfast plus WiFi access too.
    • Room Amenities - Satellite television, dual-line telephone, multimedia port, coffee table with chairs, coffee/tea maker, work desk and attached private bathroom.
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    Luxury Grande Room (Image from Traveller Made)

    3. Taj Club Room (City View) - Combining modernity and tradition is the Taj Club Room. It costs Rs. 21,600 per night which already includes free breakfast and WiFi access. As compared to the Luxury Grande Room, this room is a bit more spacious and the view is clearer as it is located on the seventh floor. During day time, natural light gets into the room as it has huge glass-panelled, top to bottom windows. The usual amenities mentioned above are also available here but in addition, guests of these rooms can access the Taj Lounge.
    • Room Amenities - Satellite television, dual-line telephone, multimedia port, coffee table with chairs, coffee/tea maker, work desk and attached private bathroom.
    4. Taj Club Room (Sea View) - Again, this room is just the same as above but it offers a sea view instead of a city view. It is a bit more expensive at Rs. 24,300 per night but if you want more space and also a view of the sea, then this is a good option. The room also has wooden flooring and classic furnitures but in addition, the whitewashed walls add to the royal vibe of the place.
    • Room Amenities - Satellite television, dual-line telephone, multimedia port, coffee table with chairs, coffee/tea maker, work desk and attached private bathroom.
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    Taj Club Room (Image from Taj Hotel)

    5. Executive Suite Bedroom (City View) - For families or even large groups, the Executive Suite Bedroom is a prime choice. It has a large dining area, suitable for families who enjoy dining together. It is even more spacious than the Taj Club Room and comes with an array of complimentary services. You can access the Meeting Room for two hours and even the Palace Lounge workstations for 30 minutes each day. You also have a free shuttle service if you're coming from the airport. Amenities-wise, it has the same ones as mentioned above. For the price, it costs Rs. 36,900 per night to stay in this suite.
    • Room Amenities - Satellite television, dual-line telephone, multimedia port, dining table with chairs, coffee/tea maker, work desk and attached private bathroom.
    6. Luxury Suite Bedroom (Sea View) - Nothing screams indulgence more than staying in the Luxury Suite Bedroom of the hotel. At about Rs. 54,900 per night, feel like royalty, from the ambience, services and hospitality given to you. The suite is very spacious, which even has its own separate bedroom and living room. A 50-inch flat screen television would make you feel like you're in your very own private theatre too. Its complimentary services are the same: access to the Meeting Room for two hours, access to the Palace Lounge workstations for 30 minutes each day and a free shuttle service if you're coming from the airport.
    • Room Amenities - Satellite television, dual-line telephone, multimedia port, dining table with chairs, coffee/tea maker, work desk and attached private bathroom.
    7. Grand Luxury Suite Bedroom (Sea View) - Last on this section is the most expensive suite, at Rs. 81,900 per night, the Grand Luxury Suite. The suite is the epitome of luxury, it is very spacious and even has two floors. The upper floor is where the bedroom is located and the lower floor is where the dining area and living area are located. Each suite is designed with their own theme so they are quite unique. With the view of the sea and the Gateway of India, it can be quite difficult to leave your suite when check-out time comes.
    • Room Amenities - Satellite television, dual-line telephone, multimedia port, dining table with chairs, coffee/tea maker, work desk and attached private bathroom.
    Taj Mahal Tower Wing Room Rates

    Room TypeViewRate/NightOther Inclusions
    Tower Superior RoomCityRs. 14,000Breakfast and WiFi
    Tower Superior RoomSeaRs. 16,250Breakfast and WiFi
    Tower Deluxe RoomCityRs. 15,250Breakfast and WiFi
    Tower Deluxe RoomSeaRs. 17,500Breakfast and WiFi
    For the Taj Mahal Tower Wing, there are two types of rooms available, namely: the Tower Superior Room and the Tower Deluxe Room. As compared to the other wing, the Taj Mahal Tower Wing is a more recent addition, built around the 1970's. It has about 22 floors though so it is higher than the former building.

    1. Tower Superior Room (City View) - The Tower Superior Room with the City View overlooks both the city and the India Gate. You can find these rooms between the second floor up to the ninth floor of the building. The room is not that huge in size and it has carpeted flooring. The design is very minimal but still exudes elegance. It costs Rs. 14,000 per night so very suitable for those who want to experience staying in the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel without shelling out too much money.
    • Room Amenities - Satellite television, dual-line telephone, multimedia port, sofa, coffee/tea maker, work desk and attached private bathroom.
    2. Tower Superior Room (Sea View) - This has the same amenities and features as the above-mentioned room, but in contrast, it has a view of the sea. It costs Rs. 16,250 per night so still more affordable than the Taj Mahal Palace Wing rooms. You also have a complimentary breakfast and WiFi access when you book this room.
    • Room Amenities - Satellite television, dual-line telephone, multimedia port, sofa, coffee/tea maker, work desk and attached private bathroom.
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    Tower Superior Room (Image from Taj Hotel)

    3. Tower Deluxe Room (City View) - The Tower Deluxe Room is yet another more affordable option. It is more spacious than the Tower Superior Room but costs a bit more at Rs. 15,250 per night. A comfortable sofa plus a work desk ensure that you have some stations to rest in or even work in. With a view of the city, you're bound to enjoy looking out at your very own top to bottom, glass-panelled window.
    • Room Amenities - Satellite television, dual-line telephone, multimedia port, sofa, coffee/tea maker, work desk and attached private bathroom.
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    Tower Deluxe Room (Image from Kuoni)

    4. Tower Deluxe Room (Sea View) - Last is the Tower Deluxe Room with the Sea View, which costs Rs. 17,500 per night. All wooden flooring, furnitures and classy designs give the room an elegant vibe. It's a bit more expensive than the former rooms but nowhere as expensive as the rooms in the former wing.
    • Room Amenities - Satellite television, dual-line telephone, multimedia port, sofa, coffee/tea maker, work desk and attached private bathroom.
    Other Amenities at the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel

    Being a luxury hotel, there is no shortage of amenities and facilities in the hotel. To begin with, you have nine dining options when staying in the hotel. At the frontline is their contemporary Japanese cuisine restaurant, known as Wasabi By Morimoto. Perhaps this is also the most expensive restaurant but since all ingredients are imported fresh, it's understandable. Do try their Spicy Asparagus Tempura and Chicken Teppanyaki. Another restaurant is their Golden Dragon, where Chinese cuisine prevails. Their Vegetable Dumplings is a must-try, perfect for vegetarians. Both these restaurants are open for lunch and dinner time.

    Next is Masala Kraft, their Indian cuisine restaurant, their best-seller dish is the Lucknow Biryani. Souk is their Eastern Mediterranean cuisine restaurant which is located at the rooftop. Their Hummus with Truffle Oil is regarded as one of the best dishes. La Patisserie, Shamiana and Aquarius offer light meals for guests, like desserts, breads and other pastries. Sea Lounge is best known for the wide assortment of teas available in the restaurant. Lastly, Harbour Bar has a variety of cocktails and beverages for the older ones.

    After a satisfying meal, it's only essential to walk around and explore the hotel. There's an outdoor swimming pool that both kids and adults can enjoy. Their in-house spa and fitness centre can cater to the health enthusiasts. For the business travellers, the hotel has plenty of conference halls and meeting halls to cater to their needs. The in-house travel desk can assist travellers wanting to explore the city, with such needs like sightseeing, car rentals and even ticket bookings.

    Conclusion

    It's not everyday that you can feel like royalty or treat your special someone to a very indulging place. So if you have the extra money and time, invest in a one-of-a-kind experience of staying in the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel. It's surely going to be a memory etched in your heart and mind forever. Good luck and enjoy!

    :)