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Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces

Taj Hotels are the epitome of elegance and refined living. Since taking over a number of India’s grand palaces, they have been world leaders in how to turn old historic buildings into some of the best hotels in the world. With stunning attention to detail, wonderful service and cuisine, your hotel experience is like heading back in time to a bygone era. Their safari lodges are quite simply some of the best in India, and with hotels and resorts in the Maldives and the USA they are starting to take this winning formula worldwide.

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Pench National Park, Central India, India

Baghvan is the second Taj lodge to open in Madhya Pradesh putting Pench National Park back on the map. Its 12 sumptuous cottages surround a central bungalow housing the delightful sitting areas, and only a 10-minute drive to the park's entrance.

Best for: Wildlife, Couples, Honeymoon, Off the beaten track

Mahua Kothi

Bandhavgarh National Park, Central India, India

Mahua Kothi is the flagship property of the Taj venture into the tiger reserves of Central India and is located in the largely untouched Bandhavgarh National Park. Exclusive Mahua Kothi has twelve charming guest suites with private courtyards.

Best for: Honeymoon, Wildlife, Couples, Off the beaten track

Taj Santacruz

Mumbai, Central India, India

A visit to the metropolis of Mumbai would not be complete without a stay at one of Taj's outstanding hotels. Perfectly located near the airport, Taj Santacruz is an ideal place to stay whether just arriving or flying through this iconic Indian city.

Best for: Culture, Food & wine, Ultimate luxury, Spa & health

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