Taj Hotels Launches New Mobile App

Photo by Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces

Guests considering a trip to India now have more access than ever to research and reserve their trip. Thanks to Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces, a new mobile app provides travelers with a variety of booking and travel planning options.
 


The launch of the app also comes with a perk. The first 500 guests to make a reservation via the app will receive a complimentary breakfast and an upgrade to the next available room category.

The app, now available to download on iOS and Andriod, offers a “destination-led, customer-centric mobile journey” that helps guests plan trips and manage any loyalty accounts. Simple interfaces allow guests to search through booking options for all 100 Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces properties through a map-based search function. App users will also have access to the quick Taj InnerCircle log-in, making it easier to access membership accounts and sign up for loyalty programs. 

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Good to know: The app also features exclusive offers as well as dedicated Taj Holidays deals for guests to learn more about the world of Taj.

The app was launched to complement the new and now mobile-responsive brand website. Launched in 2016, the website was redesigned for better functionality and an enhanced user friendly interface.Taj hopes that the app will bring a seamless booking experience and access to exclusive offers to guests, all from the convenience of their mobile phones.

In the app’s second phase, Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces will be introducing several updates, including mobile check-in and check-out services, a service chat feature, restaurant reservation capabilities and locale based promotions for a mobile-first Taj experience, so be sure to keep updating the app once downloaded.

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