Taj Group to open Taj Dubai in Q4 2014

Taj Group will open the Taj Dubai in the fourth quarter of 2014.

Taj Dubai, located in the Burj Khalifa downtown area, will be surrounded by architectural landmarks like the Burj Khalifa, Dubai Mall and Business Bay. The hotel will have 296 guestrooms, including the Taj Club rooms with a host of benefits, 20 junior suites, and 14 luxury suites. The two suites occupying the top floors of the building -- The Tata Suite and The Maharaja Suite -- will include their own private dining, living areas and panoramic views overlooking the downtown area.

Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces is focused on expanding its footprints in the Middle East with the launch of Taj Dubai. The group aims to establish the hotel as the leading luxury hotel for business and leisure in the region.

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With a selection of seven F&B outlets, Taj Dubai will provide dining experiences through varied culinary offerings, ranging from Indian to Peruvian fare.

With the scheduled opening of Taj Dubai, the Group will introduce its exclusive members' only business club, “Chambers,” for the first time in the international market.

Taj Dubai’s other facilities will include: [email protected] children's program, which will provide customized activities and amenities for young ones; a fitness center and the Jiva Spa.

Established in 1901, Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces has 108 hotels in 63 locations across India, with an additional 17 international hotels in the Maldives, Malaysia, Australia, UK, USA, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Africa and the Middle East. Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces is part of the Tata Group.

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