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Despite its location in Business Bay, this tasteful hotel, where Indian and Arabic culture run throughout, is a good choice for leisure as well as business travellers. It boasts impeccable service, fabulous cuisine at several varied eateries, a great spa, pool and fitness centre and really comfortable guest rooms.

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The hotel is located in a busy area of the city, Business Bay, set back from a busy road. Bordering Downtown, numerous attractions and amenities are within a 20-minute drive, such as Dubai International Airport, Kite Beach, the cheap restaurants of Satwa and pricey Dubai International Financial Centre neighbourhoods. The Dubai Fountain and the huge, sprawling Dubai Mall are a short walk or drive.

By plane: flights from London and Manchester to Dubai take 7 hours. The hotel is a 20-minute drive from the airport. Free private parking on-site. Book flights to Dubai.

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The hotel is impressive from the moment you step into the lobby. It's so big its grand piano looks small in it. Below you are polished light grey marble floors, and above you is a huge glistening crystal chandelier representing birds in flight. Along with numerous Indian artefacts and accents - even the lifts have big illustrations of traditional Indian warriors - are Arabian ones, such as an antique burqa and camel bell. The lack of grounds is made up of terraces and rooftop gardens.


There are numerous eating and drinking places within the tower, as well as a swish spa with male/female saunas and steam rooms and a 24-hour fitness centre with Life Fitness and TRX machines for personal fitness and training. There's an outdoor, city-view pool and a smaller one beneath a little waterfall for children. Free shuttles take you to Dubai Mall.

  • Restaurants
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Swimming pools
  • Fitness suite
  • Spa
  • Beauty treatments
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


Rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the Burj Khalifa or Downtown Dubai. The décor is quite contemporary, primarily in neutral tones, with parquet, carpeted and sometimes marble floors, patterned rugs and some Indian touches.

Room types: Luxury Room, Taj Club Room, Junior Suite, Luxury Burj View Suite, Garden Luxury Suite, Maharaja Suite, Presidential Suite

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with shower and bath, Molton Brown toiletries, pillow menu, bathrobe, tea and coffee facilities, TV, free Wi-Fi


From Indian to Mediterranean, there are plenty of culinary delights on offer here.

Tesoro: buffet breakfasts, à la carte lunch and dinner. Open daily.

Bombay Brasserie: Indian. Open Sat-Thurs for lunch, Fridays for brunch and dinner.

The Eloquent Elephant: British and international dining. Open Sat-Weds 12pm-1am, Fri & Sat 12pm-2am.

The Treehouse: Mediterranean and Asian fusion. Open weekdays 7pm-2am and weekends 7pm-3am.

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