The Taj Mahal, marked the completion of its impressive transformation, setting a new standard in hospitality. The extensive redesign of the Taj Mahal, New Delhi, reflects its enduring 45-year legacy, seamlessly blending cherished echoes of the past with the sophistication of the present.

Satyajeet Krishnan, Area Director – Operations and General Manager, Taj Mahal, New Delhi, said, “Taj Mahal, New Delhi has been a cherished landmark of elegance, warmth and luxury for generations. As custodians of a rich legacy and inspired by the patronage of our guests, we have gloriously re-imagined the Capital’s jewel to bring you splendidly redefined spaces and an unparalleled culinary legacy. We welcome guests to experience Delhi’s veritable institution once again and to rediscover a grand legacy, re-imagined.”

The hotel’s distinctive transformation was carefully executed in planned phases over three years.

The celebratory evening featured special moments such as a laser, light, and sound show in 45 hues, 45 varieties of artisanal chocolates, a 4.5-tier cake, and the unveiling of a commemorative plaque – ’45 Years of Taj Mahal, New Delhi – A Legacy, Re-imagined.’ The grand relaunch brought together esteemed patrons, members of The Chambers, diplomats, business leaders, and cultural luminaries. Guests enjoyed the soulful melodies of the Shillong Chamber Choir.

The culinary offerings, curated by Chef Arun Sundararaj, Director of Culinary Operations at Taj Mahal, New Delhi, took guests on a journey through timeless classics and innovative dishes. Immersive food theatres showcased the hotel’s legendary and new restaurants, featuring Lobster Thermidor, Caviar, Truffle and Cheese carts, an array of Grills and Roasts, Pattar Ka Gosht, Salad & Mushroom theatre, and an innovative dessert bar, among others.