Fresh out of a renovation, what can be the best homage that a grand hotel can pay to its magnanimous owner? Well, learn it from the Taj Palace New Delhi, India! Located just 20 minutes from the international airport, the newly renovated 402-key hotel boasts of the exclusive Taj Club Lounge and 40,000-square-feet banquet and conference space. The Taj Palace has named its ultimate new suite after its founder, the Tata Suite. The 650-square feet large suite features a “living room, dining room, private study, 16-seat board room, bedrooms with en suite baths, a private gym, and Jiva spa room, all with expansive views of the park-like grounds and jewel-tone Mughal colors of gold and carnelian throughout“.
Set in Santos Rosewood and Zebrawood, the room is furnished with “Hadji Jalili revival carpets beneath estate-quality coffered ceilings adorned with Murano glass chandeliers and masterful art by M. F Husein and Anjolie Ela Menon, even a vintage Rachels piano.”
The master bedroom boasts of a luxurious bed done up with a “custom over-sized tufted leather headboard and a bath that is a private oasis in inlaid marble, with a glass-walled wet room that is home to an infinity soaking tub for two with chromatherapy options and a tropical rain shower“.
And when you pay $15,550 per night for the suite, expect 24-hour “dedicated Tata Suite team” consisting of a butler, a personal chef and a chauffeur driven Jaguar.
[Hospitalitynet] And [Tajhotels]