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NEWS| Taj to introduce The Chambers at Taj Lands End

Indian Hotels Company Limited (IHCL) will introduce its exclusive business club, The Chambers at the Taj Lands End, Bandra. The group plans to develop the facility by September 2008.

Rohit Khosla, General Manager, Taj Lands End says, “With business potential increasing in the northern and central suburbs of Mumbai, the group recognised the need for developing The Chambers in this area.” The expansion will also help enhance the positioning of the hotel for the business clientele.

The Chambers at Taj Lands End will be an addition to the four Chambers present at Taj Mahal Palace and Tower, Mumbai, Taj Mahal Hotel, Delhi, Taj Bengal, Kolkata and Taj Krishna, Hyderabad, the hotels of the IHCL group.

The business meeting and conferencing centre is available solely for executives comprising of the top management of corporate houses. It consists of a board room with a capacity of 22 persons, four special private dining rooms, housing eight to 20 guests, a 46 cover dining room and a lounge bar accommodating 60-70 members.

The Chambers follows a strict protocol. Memberships are strictly on an invitation basis and are only given out on a corporate level with a one time initiation fees of Rs 7.5 lakh. The Chambers presently consists of 1200 members.

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