Tata Group to Make Two Taj Branded Resorts in Lakshadweep- Know When They Will Become Operational

Relationship between India and Maldives continues to get strained


Indian Hotels Company (IHCL), an integral part of the Tata Group & India’s largest hospitality company, recently announced the signing of two Taj-branded resorts on the islands of Suheli and Kadmat in Lakshadweep. IHCL is set to open the Greenfield projects in 2026, overseeing their development.

IHCL’s commitment to innovation is evident in this signing, aligning with their pioneering spirit that has brought destinations like Rajasthan, Kerala, Goa, and Andamans to the global tourist map. Managing Director and CEO Puneet Chhatwal emphasized the sustainability-focused development, aiming to leave a minimal footprint and preserve the fragile eco-system in another unexplored location.

Tata Group to Make Two Taj Branded Resorts in Lakshadweep- Know When They Will Become Operational

Recently, there has been a huge buzz surrounding the promotion of Lakshadweep as the primary vacation destination for the Indian tourists. Maldives government has criticised the Indian government’s interference in the country and a few of Maldivian ministers have heavily criticised PM Modi. Amidst, all this tension, PM Modi visited Lakshadweep in order to urge the Indians to choose Lakshadweep over Maldives.

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Everything about Taj Suheli & Taj Kadmat

At Suheli, The Taj will boast 110 rooms, including 60 beach villas and 50 water villas. Kadmat Island, also known as Cardamom Island, features a Taj hotel with 110 rooms, comprising 75 beach villas and 35 water villas. This coral island, nestled within a large lagoon, serves as a marine protected area with seagrass beds, acting as a crucial nesting ground for marine turtles.

IHCL has also introduced Jaagir Manor, a SeleQtions hotel in Dudhwa, Uttar Pradesh. This 20-room establishment, nestled amidst orchards and forests, offers a blend of heritage rooms from the 1940s and luxurious villas.


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