Inside the vast property JPA have created a regal world inspired by Mughal architecture with tailored guest rooms and suites of exceptional quality that have played host to royalty, heads of state, corporate leaders as well as high-powered conferences and the grandest of weddings.
Central to the hotel’s reputation is its timeless grace, grandeur and charm which JPA has elegantly enhanced by impeccably blending the Indian art and traditional accents with contemporary style, comforts and modern amenities.
There are several multi-award-winning fine-dining restaurants including a main breakfast / all-day-dining restaurant, the Capital Kitchen. This fabulous, recently completed JPA designed facility has its own distinct identity which has made it a much-admired lunch and dinner destination for a city-wide clientele as well as a highly popular venue for hotel guests.
JPA specifically tailored each of the 403 grand rooms and suites to provide an unparalleled experience by creating a careful mix of tasteful interiors with modern amenities. To achieve this, an interior layer structure was designed to assist in the constant upgrade in opulence of the interior detailing, finishes and
The pinnacle is the interior of The Tata Suite, with a floor area of 7500 sqft. The interior showcases Mughal motifs, crystal chandeliers, curated objets d’arts, bespoke carpets and priceless paintings.
The layout is handsomely appointed with two opulent bedrooms, two bathrooms, a pantry, a powder room and a large terrace with rich
upholstery, antique wooden furniture sits within a well-manicured terrace garden for morning breakfast or evening tea via a large butler pantry.
The 8-fixture main bathroom has walls and floors finished in dramatic, bookmatched Gris Ferrari marble. Equipped with imported, designer fittings, “his” and “hers” vanity counters flank a Kohler infinity-edge whirlpool tub for two, complete with chromatherapy functions.