Taj Dubai boasts a range of event spaces, including the 530sqm Opera Ballroom that can host up to 500 people, three further meeting rooms, a 380sqm pre-function foyer and an outdoor pool deck suitable for cocktail receptions and parties.
The hotel's restaurant features an open kitchen and serves 'fine Indian cuisine', while a range of further international drinking and dining options are available, including the Club Lounge and members-only club The Chambers.
The 296-room property encompasses 16 Junior Suites and 15 Luxury Suites with panoramic views of Burj Khalifa, the dancing fountains and Dubai Mall.
Leisure facilities include a spa with swimming pool and gym.
Rakhee Lalvani, director, public relations, Taj Group, 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."
The Taj group has 128 hotels, resorts and palaces spanning sixty four locations in India and fifteen international locations across four continents.
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