The Taj Group has announced the launch of its 100th hotel in India with the opening of Vivanta by Taj in the Millennium City of Gurgaon.
The Group now has 117 hotels globally, with 26 in the Vivanta by Taj – Hotels & Resorts portfolio.
An homage to Gurgaon’s ‘bustling’ lifestyle, the new Taj is a metropolitan marvel of avante garde design.
Iconic features include the Thai Pavilion offering the best of Siam cuisine, the expansive Latitude and the Tease bar.
The hotel also offers stylised accommodations with business amenities, a work and play ‘Rhythm’ lounge, banquet spaces, a Jiva Spa and unique Vivanta motifs.
Just 19 miles south of New Delhi, Vivanta by Taj – Gurgaon, is close to the business district and visitor hotspots - Kingdom of Dreams, DLF Golf Course and Gurgaon’s ubiquitous malls.
“With the launch of Vivanta by Taj – Gurgaon, NCR, not only have we expanded the footprint of the brand into the business district, but also accomplished a significant milestone in the group’s journey, by becoming the 100th hotel in India in our portfolio,” said Raymond Bickson, managing director and chief executive officer at Indian Hotels Company, at the launch.
“It further reinforces our commitment to expand our service offerings to newer destinations in the country.
“It also supports the company’s objective of achieving growth through domestic dominance. Vivanta by Taj is a testament to the dynamism and innovation that the Taj is renowned for.”
Singapore-based architecture firm Warner Wong Design | WOW Architects is responsible for the design and architecture of the hotel.
A mix of glass and stone creates the impression of a sharp, yet beautifully robust structure that’s avant-garde by design.
The innovative concept and fine detailing extends through the 189 guest rooms with city and pool views, 18 suites as well as a presidential suite with an executive lounge on the 10th floor.
Every room comes equipped with innovative technology like video conferencing facilities, continuous, undisturbed internet access and over 10,000 square feet of meeting spaces.