Tata & Godrej: Two iconic legacies come together for the first time to create a luxury haven in Mumbai


September 30, 2023

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Two iconic legacies come together for the first time to create a luxury haven in Mumbai

Taj The Trees, a luxury hotel in Mumbai, is a melange of two iconic legacies coming together for the first time, the Tata Group and The Godrej Group

IHCL (Indian Hotels Company Limited) announced the opening of Taj The Trees, the eco-sensitive hotel, nestled in greenery, and overlooking the mangroves and the eastern shoreline of Mumbai.


Puneet Chhatwal, Managing Director & CEO, IHCL, said, “We are excited to bring the fifth Taj hotel to Mumbai, our newest addition in Taj’s home city. Taj The Trees in the evolving micro-market of Vikhroli is strategically located in proximity to significant commercial hubs and the upcoming Navi Mumbai international airport. This uniquely designed hotel celebrates the essence of Tajness with the spirit of Godrej Properties’ built legacy of sustainable developments across India. We are delighted to partner with the prestigious Godrej Group for this hotel.”

The 151-keys hotel is situated in a mixed-use development spread across 34 acres in the midst of a buzzing urban metropolis – a natural oasis with unrivalled views of the verdant mangrove reserve. Shamiana the signature all day diner offers global cuisine and local favourites. The speciality restaurant, Nonya with subtle Shanghai Deco influences, serves authentic pan Asian cuisine. Guests can enjoy dishes inspired by mangroves of the world at the rooftop The Mangrove Bar with its own gin distillery. The luxurious banquet spaces opening into a private courtyard garden include a 7,000 sq. feet ballroom. Recreational facilities include a state-of-the-art gym, an infinity pool overlooking the magnificent Sculpture Park, the beauty salon Niu&Nau and the spa, J Wellness Circle inspired by traditional Indian healing wisdom.

Taj The Trees, an archetype of modern sustainable design ethos, is a 100% green power hotel. With natural sunlight used for lighting 56% of occupiable spaces, green certified room amenities and glass water bottles, the zero single use plastic hotel is IGBC Platinum certified.

With the addition of this hotel, IHCL will have 12 hotels in Mumbai with two under development.