The Taj Mahal Tower Mumbai

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Built-in 1973, the iconic 21-floor Taj Mahal Tower Mumbai stands majestically across from the Gateway of India overlooking the Arabian Sea. Designed by American architect Melton Bekker, it is in stark contrast to its adjacent sister-property, the famed Taj Mahal Palace. Bekker incorporated Indian design elements including Tanjore pillars from the south and arched balconies from 14th century imperial Rajasthan into the distinctive tower. Four decades on, the hotel continues to dazzle with recently refurbished luxurious suites, iconic restaurants, and sublime outlooks towards the city’s seafront.

The tower’s location - in the heritage district of Colaba - keeps you at the heart of the city’s art, culture, and glamour. Sprawling over 2.6 acres, choose from casual all-day eateries to formal fine-dining. Notables are the famous Wasabi by Morimoto for its innovative Japanese cuisine, and the Golden Dragon Chinese Restaurant. Decorated in a combination of European and Indian architecture, the Tower rooms are more modern than the traditional Palace rooms, but equally opulent. Stylishly designed, each room includes a flat screen television, a well-stocked minibar and luxurious bathroom. In between the city exploration, pamper yourself with a treatment at the Jiva Spa or Taj Salon, take a dip in the inviting swimming pool or treat yourself to some luxury shopping.

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