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March 29, 2015

Taj Group opens new 296-room hotel in Dubai

India-based Taj Group has opened its new 296-room Taj Dubai in the Burj Khalifa downtown area of Dubai, UAE.

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India-based Taj Group has opened its new 296-room Taj Dubai in the Burj Khalifa downtown area of Dubai, UAE.

The new property includes Taj club rooms, 16 junior suites and 15 luxury suites, offering views of Burj Khalifa, dancing fountains and Dubai Mall.

Taj Group public relations director Rakhee Lalvani said: "We are delighted to enhance the nobility of Indian heritage and hospitality in one of the world’s most vibrant cities.

"With its distinctive design, responsibly appointed amenities and warm service culture, Taj Dubai aspires to become a preferred address for discerning guests."

Taj Dubai features two lavish suites, including a maharaja suite that is designed based on Rajasthani palaces and a presidential suite on the 35th floor with its own fitness suite and yoga room.

"The new property includes Taj club rooms, 16 junior suites and 15 luxury suites, offering views of Burj Khalifa, dancing fountains and Dubai Mall."

In addition, the hotel will also feature its exclusive members only private club that offers an array of benefits to customers, including private dining, bespoke conference and business facilities.

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Taj’s new property includes Tesor that offers Peruvian themed cuisine and Kui’s al fresco setting, as well as Byzantium Lounge, an art-deco venue that provides light bites, afternoon tea and cocktails in the evening.

The property features an informal gastro-pub Eloquent Elephant and an Indian restaurant Bombay Brasserie, in addition to Jiva Spa, a pool deck and health centre.

Taj Dubai general manager Jason Harding said: "The Taj has been a pioneer in bringing legendary Indian hospitality to the world.

"At Taj Dubai, we will endeavor to continue this legacy in providing our guests with the highest levels of personalised, intuitive service and careful attention to detail."

Founded in 1901, the Taj Group includes 128 hotels, resorts and palaces, including 64 locations in India and 15 international locations in four continents.


Image: Tea lounge at the Taj Dubai. Photo: courtesy of Taj Group / PRNewswire.

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