TAJ MAHAL, NEW DELHI INTRODUCES LUXURY RESIDENCES

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The iconic Taj Mahal, New Delhi unveiled Luxury Residences – a home in the heart of the capital, featuring one and two-bedroom elegantly appointed Residences with contemporary facilities and personalised services that the hotel is world-renowned for.

Mr Satyajeet Krishnan, Area Director – New Delhi and General Manager, Taj Mahal, New Delhi, said, “The Luxury Residences offer sophisticated and attentively designed living facilities, expansive and stylish spaces to unwind or work and are the perfect choice for an extended stay in the city. Taj Mahal, New Delhi has been on a transformational journey and has introduced distinctly designed and novel offerings, including Luxury Residences. We look forward to welcoming guests to another reimagined experience and a home in the heart of the Capital.”

Offering stunning views of the Capital’s skyline, the design reflects the city’s rich heritage, Sir Edwin Lutyens’ architectural influences and the natural beauty of our surroundings. These 14 Luxury Residences offer one and two-bedroom fully serviced residences featuring living and dining spaces, interconnected suites, walk-in rain showers, spacious wardrobes, fully equipped kitchens with modern conveniences and appliances.

The Luxury Residences are complimented with the hotel’s notable services that include the highly acclaimed concierge, butler service, personalised and flexible gastronomic offerings and culinary consultants, dedicated housekeeping and access to The Taj Club Lounge. State of the art air purification technologies, providing an environment of heightened safety and hygiene protocols, are present throughout the hotel.

Taj Mahal, New Delhi has been undergoing an extensive renovation, reinventing itself while retaining its legendary style and a strong sense of place. In this journey, the Hotel has unveiled an all-new avatar of Machan, Emperor Lounge, a gracefully refreshed lobby, distinctly transformed suites and rooms and the reimagined offerings at The Chambers.

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