Taj Mahal Hotel, Delhi

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Taj Mahal Hotel
General information
Location Delhi, India
Coordinates 28°36′17″N 77°13′24″E / 28.60472°N 77.22333°E / 28.60472; 77.22333
Technical details
Floor count 11
Other information
Number of rooms 300
Number of suites 27

The Taj Mahal Hotel is a 5-star luxury hotel in Delhi, India. Located in Luyten’s Delhi, towards the southwest of India Gate, the 11 storey hotel is a fine example of Mughal architecture in the city and is constructed out of pink Dholpur sandstone and is set amidst lush green gardens. The hotel has 300 luxury rooms, with 27 deluxe suites. The hotel has been awarded by the American Academy of Hospitality.

Location[edit]

At the heart of New Delhi, lies, arguably, the most distinguished address in India's capital. On Number One Mansingh Road stands a tribute to timeless hospitality and service, complementing the broad boulevards and leafy splendour of Delhi's chief architect, Edwin Lutyens. Its proximity to the seat of government, the city's diplomatic corps and business district has furthered The Taj Mahal Hotel's reputation as the epicenter of Delhi. Indeed, it is the one address, visiting dignitaries and heads of state prefer, given its stateliness and security, its original culinary innovations, and the air of quiet, restrained luxury that permeates every aspect of a visitor's stay.

Notable Events[edit]

The BRICS Summit of 2012 hosted by India was held here.

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