Taj Dubai hotel opens to the public

Taj Group has announced the opening of luxury hotel Taj Dubai, situated in the Burj Khalifa downtown area of the city.

The new Taj Dubai boasts views of the Burj Khalifa
The new Taj Dubai boasts views of the Burj Khalifa

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.

More:

48 Hours In... Dubai

Dubai: New developments

St Regis to open first-ever polo resort in Dubai

• For more breaking news and in-depth features, sign up to C&IT Magazine's daily Newstracker here

Have you registered with us yet?

Register now to enjoy more articles
and free email bulletins.

Register now
Already registered?
Sign in
8 activities in... Mauritius

8 activities in... Mauritius

Home to white sands, rum punch, high-octane water sports and natural wonders.

Government offers £250,000 to boost broadband in conference venues

Government offers £250,000 to boost broadband in conference venues

Conference centres across the UK can apply for new funding to improve broadband and attract more international business.

Why influencers are a big part of Las Vegas' MICE strategy

Why influencers are a big part of Las Vegas' MICE strategy

Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority's new MICE manager discusses influencers and why hotels within hotels are the latest trend.

In pictures: Hilton Garden Inn opens in Lithuania

In pictures: Hilton Garden Inn opens in Lithuania

The Hilton Garden Inn Vilnius City Centre has events facilities and a rooftop terrace and is the brand's first property in the country.

48 hours in Zagreb

48 hours in Zagreb

A two-day incentive itinerary in the capital of Croatia, from Esplanade Zagreb Hotel to a culinary workshop at Dolac Market.

Brand experience trends from around the world

Brand experience trends from around the world

From borderless marketing campaigns to hyper-personalisation, INVNT's leadership team share their insights.

3 ways event planners can find that creative spark

3 ways event planners can find that creative spark

Artist Phil Hansen, MPI keynote at IMEX America, explains how embracing your limitations can inspire new kinds of creativity.

Case study: KFC's RGM Fest

Case study: KFC's RGM Fest

The fast food giant worked with ITG to give its annual event for general managers a festival theme.

First pictures: Guitar Hotel set to open in Florida

First pictures: Guitar Hotel set to open in Florida

The $1.5 billion expansion of Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood opens in October with a 'lagoon' and overwater cabanas.

Experts debate whether agencies should charge for pitching

Experts debate whether agencies should charge for pitching

GOTO Events, DRPG, First Event and Clive discussed pitching strategies and the costs involved in big proposals.

LATEST JOBS