First opened in 1903 in what was known as Bombay, Mumbai Hotels’ The Taj Mahal Palace Mumbai has served travelers to the coastal city of India for decades. The iconic establishment became India’s first harbor landmark and has, over the years, retained an air of luxury. Equipped with 285 guest rooms and suites, the Taj Mahal Palace is an opulent piece of Mumbai history. The rooms and suites at The Taj Mahal Palace are intricately decorated to create a warm and inviting atmosphere. Comfortable bedding, ample furnishings, and windows that overlook Colaba Reef provide guests with cozy lodging when not out exploring Mumbai. Each room comes with complimentary WiFi with an upgrade option for premium speeds, a daily newspaper, 24-hour in-room dining, 40” flat-screen TV with satellite access, and complimentary 24-hour coffee and tea at the Palace lobby. Larger suites feature upgraded bathrooms with Italian marble, bathrobes, shower and dressing area, and BRAND bath amenities. For a taste of India, guests can dine at the rooftop restaurant Souk, the casual Aquarius, and Sea Lounge. Other options include La Patisserie, Wasabi by Morimoto, Shamiana, the Golden Dragon, Masala Kraft, and Harbour Bar. There is no shortage of food at The Taj Mahal Palace. Outside the hotel, guests will find the culture of Mumbai to be rich and boisterous. Attractions like the Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum, the Neo-Gothic Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus building, and Horniman Circle neighborhood provide travelers with an in-depth look into the coastal city. With the opulence of the real Taj Mahal in Agra, The Taj Mahal Palace is a high-end property in Mumbai filled with many luxuries.