Taj Group opens Taj Dubai in Burj Khalifa downtown area

Taj Group opened the Taj Dubai, a luxury hotel located in the Burj Khalifa downtown area.

Accommodation at Taj Dubai includes a total of 296 rooms comprising Taj Club Rooms, 16 Junior Suites and 15 Luxury Suites with panoramic views of Burj Khalifa, dancing fountains and Dubai Mall.

Taj Dubai houses two suites. The Maharaja Suite, inspired by Maharaja's palaces in Rajasthan, includes a roof terrace on the 33rd floor of the hotel. The Presidential Suite measures 7,320 square feet, and occupies the entire 35th floor, with its own fitness suite and yoga room.

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Taj Dubai also has a members' only Private Club for the first time outside of India. Chambers are available for private dining, bespoke conference and business gatherings.

For dining, the property offers: Tesor, offering Peruvian themed cuisine within a glass and metal conservatory area; Kui, which has an al fresco setting; Eloquent Elephant, a gastro-pub with tapa's style dining; Byzantium Lounge, an Art-Deco inspired venue; and Bombay Brasserie, located on the fourth floor with views of the Burj Khalifa.

There is also a spa, Jiva Spa, offering treatments inspired by traditional Indian therapies.

Established in 1901, Taj Group has 112 hotels in 64 locations across India, with an additional 16 international hotels in the Maldives, Malaysia, UK, US, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Africa and the Middle East. 

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