TAJ Hotels Resorts and Palaces, one of South Asia’s finest groups of hotels, has introduced Taj Wellington Mews, India’s first luxury residence complex.
This marks the group’s foray into the emerging category of serviced luxury residences in India. A key strategic thrust at the Taj has been to provide comprehensive, customised hospitality solutions across consumer segments.
Drawing on its rich hoteliering heritage, the residences will deliver on the Taj brand promise of a luxury experience that combines the familiar comforts, space and privacy of home with the facilities and security of a luxury hotel. Over the years, The Taj has hosted several guests for extended periods of time and the new property caters to this need for holiday and business travellers.
The apartments are located in the heart of South Mumbai, within an arm’s reach of the main business and shopping areas and the cultural centres, galleries and theatres. The complex is spread over 2.6 acres of lush landscaped gardens. Fully furnished and self-contained, it has 88 luxurious and functional apartments with between one and three bedrooms. An independent tower block contains a therapeutic spa and state-of-the-art health club and a swimming pool. Other amenities provided include a fully-equipped kitchen, a data port, private telephones, daily housekeeping, round-the-clock maintenance, a high-tech business centre, a delicatessen, a library, separate parking facilities and discreet apartment entrances which offer exclusivity and convenience.
The property draws upon the group’s international experience in service apartments with the award-winning 51 Buckingham Gate, London, and the exclusive apartments at the Taj Palace, Dubai.
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