This luxury hotel has been serving guests for over 100 years, among them celebrities and heads of state. The Taj Mahal Palace is perfect for both business and leisure travelers because of its extensive business as well as travel services. This heritage property is synonymous with Mumbai, just like Gateway of India, which it faces. The tour desk can arrange city tours as well as arrangements for sports including golf and shopping trips. With more than 10 dining options at the hotel, from Indian and Middle Eastern to authentic Chinese and Japanese, you might never want to leave. At the end of a tiring day, head over to the Jiva Spa for some much needed pampering. In addition to that, the hotel also includes a gym open around the clock, an outdoor pool, sauna, and steam room. If you want to stay in style and luxury, then you really cannot do better than The Taj Mahal Palace in Mumbai.
Shamiana-Restaurant Shamiana is the ideal spot for stylish all-hours dining, featuring an extensive wine list and a variety of Indian and International cuisines. Lobster Thermidor, Dosas and Pao Bhaji are the signature dishes.
This restaurant is an attempt to retrace authentic Indian cuisine where time-tested ingredients are given a new life. The authentic experience starts with the hand washing ritual in brass containers, and is followed by the unique menus which feature signature dishes and piping hot phulkas (Indian bread) from the phulka trolley. The signature dishes include atta chicken and langarwali dal.
A stylish and sophisticated retreat for a drink or an informal meal, Harbour Bar first opened its doors to the discerning Mumbai gentlemen in 1933 and has since played host to decades of high-powered rendezvous'.