Located in Mumbai, Taj Lands End is near the airport and close to Lilavati Hospital, Siddhi Vinayak Temple, and Shivaji Park. Nearby points of interest also include Bandra Kurla Complex.
Dining options at Taj Lands End include a restaurant and a poolside bar. Room service is available 24 hours a day. Recreational amenities include an outdoor pool, a health club, a sauna, a fitness facility, and a steam room. The property's full-service health spa has massage/treatment rooms and beauty services. This 5-star property has a business center and offers small meeting rooms, secretarial services, and a technology helpdesk. Wireless Internet access (surcharge) is available in public areas. This Mumbai property has event space consisting of banquet facilities, conference/meeting rooms, a ballroom, and exhibit space. The property offers an airport shuttle (surcharge). ;Business services, wedding services, limo/town car service, and translation services are available. Guest parking is complimentary. Additional property amenities include a coffee shop/café, valet parking, and a concierge desk.
There are 493 guestrooms at Taj Lands End. Coffee/tea makers and minibars are offered. Bathrooms feature separate bathtubs and showers, phones, bidets, and bathrobes. Wireless Internet access is available for a surcharge; guestrooms also offer multi-line phones, desks, and complimentary newspapers. Televisions have cable channels and video-game consoles. Air-conditioned rooms also include complimentary bottled water, remote lighting/drapery/curtain control, blackout drapes/curtains, and electronic check-out. A turndown service is available nightly, housekeeping is offered, and guests may request wake-up calls. Cribs (infant beds) and rollaway beds are available on request.
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"Excellent ambience and awesome room view"
I had a wonderful stay at Taj Lands end. The view of Sea link and the Mumbai skyline was an icing on the cake. Food is not exceptional but very good and huge spread for breakfast buffet. It is costly but its worth the experience. Do not miss the SPA, it was soothing and relaxing experience.
"Check your room works before you unpack, and then keep DND on"
I was taken to a really nice room on the 17th floor, quite traditional, but large. Even before I unpacked it was noticeably hot, and the bedside multifunction controller was dead - no control over the lights, curtains or a/c. A maintenance guy was called, and reset it. After unpacking I noticed that the curtains didn't close properly and the desk lamp wasn't working, I reported these to reception and went out for a couple of hours. I got back to the room, they were still faulty, i rang reception who told me they had all been fixed. By now I'd also found out the TV wasn't working either. A manager came, spotted a hook on the curtains was undone and sorted it. He replaced the table lamp bulb, it was still dead, a new lamp had to be fetched. A maintenance guy came and sorted the tv, connecting a new smart box and giving me a new remote control. I queried why the room hadn't been checked before being released for a guest to check in... Later another manager came, I was upgraded to a club room on the 24th floor because of all the problems I had had. They were really nice about it, but nevertheless there shouldn't be so many problems in a room in a 5* hotel. I've been in 5* Taj hotels before, and the room boys seem to delight in moving everything around and messing with laptop and phone power cables etc. I therefore have some large pre printed papers saying PLEASE DO NOT TOUCH OR MOVE MY THINGS. I put a couple on the desk, one on the bedside cabinet, on the windowsill, and in the bathroom. I put things where I want, tidily, I don't want a room boy moving them. I got back to my room just to find all the notices had been ignored. My desk had been tidied, everything moved, power cables disconnected and folded up tight with a rubber band around them, glasses moved, clock moved, same on the bedside cabinet and the bathroom. I now know why the first room had most things broken - the room boys are trained to move all the guest's belongings around and reposition them, at the expense of checking a room is working for the next guest.I've stayed in 40 other Taj hotels and never had a single complaint. There is something fundamentally badly wrong here with the housekeeping, its supervision and the training. I recommend the JW Marriott in Mumbai. If you do end up staying here at the Taj, check every bit of equipment in the room before you unpack, and leave do not disturb on the door when you go out. It's quicker to make your own bed than find where everything has been moved to by the room boy, I still can't find some papers I had put to one side.
"Stay at Taj lands End"
Really enjoyed the stay. Staff is courteous and property is very Good. I think located at one of the best possible locations of Mumbai. Except for the dinner for which you have to look out for options outside Hotel. There are no options in the Buffet for vegetarians atleast.
"In Decline; shadow of its former self"
I used to be a frequent visitor to this particular Taj property several years ago when it was new. Needless to say, when I returned to the Taj Lands End for a quick 2-day stay I was excited and looking forward to it. Alas, I was disappointed to find that the only thing to really look forward to here is the legendary Taj name. I had just returned from a trip to Chennai where I stayed at the Park Hyatt and boy was the difference night and day. To ensure I'm not being completely jaded, let me begin by saying that most of the staff here was excellent. As with most Indian hotels, the staff will bend over backwards if you are a foreigner or an NRI. Also, the property is just as beautiful as I remember it. The lawns and pool area is well kept and I wouldn't mind lounging in the lobby all day its just that beautiful. Now for the not so great stuff. First off, the room - our room was an upgrade (I forget what the class was) but I shudder to think what the lower tier rooms look and feel like. The walls were stained, the carpet old, the sheets stained and the bathroom sink stunk like a sewer. We complained about the sheets and got them promptly changed but were stuck with the rest. I don't want to gross anyone out here so I will skip the details about the plumbing issues we noticed but lets just say I wasn't surprised with the weird smell from the sink when used. Although we stayed here just 2 days, we used the restaurants more than a couple of times during our entire Mumbai stay and I must say the buffet at the Vista was exceptional. However, on the night of our stay we craved some chinese food so we headed over to Ming Yang. Unfortunately it was closed and we were instead offered the Ming Yang menu at the Vista, which didn't matter much to us. The service at the Vista was so SLOW! Not to mention that the table we were seated at had food crumbs from the previous occupant. It took our waiter 15 minutes just to ask for water, another 15 to get us the menu and so on .... Our waiter was changed midstream and the same trend continued with the new guy. The food was excellent but we ended our dinner with another 15 minutes wait to request the check and another inordinately long wait to finish the transaction. The next morning we were informed that our reservation did not include the breakfast buffet, although the previous morning at check-in were given the impression it was when the buffet itself was upsold. I'll chalk that one down to miscommunication. We still enjoyed a delicious breakfast.... only to later realize something didn't quite settle well with our fragile internal ecosystem. In conclusion, food - 4/5 exterior decor - 4/5 hotel staff - 4/5 views - 3.8/5 restaurant staff - 2.5/5 room cleanliness - 2/5 plumbing - 1/5
"Too far from the Maddening Crowd"
The Taj Lands End is certainly a five star hotel, no question. Yet it is so far away from the center of Mumbai that you may not as will be in India at all! Great staff, great service, yet why bother to stay here unless you want to be totally insulated and isolated from the real experience of what is India, even modern Mumbai India. It is a 40 minute taxi drive to the Gateway of India when traffic is good.
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Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM