Chennai’s Taj Connemara hotel reopens with a new look

The Taj Connemara, one of Chennai’s iconic accommodations, reopened on Tuesday after present process a yr-lengthy intensive renovation and redesign. The renovation is asserted to diagram on the resort’s colonial past, but giving its customers a newest journey.In step with a assertion by the Taj community, the resort’s “refreshed impact has eclectic architectural influences of Classic Colonial, Art Deco and distinctive aspects from the smartly-known architect Geoffrey Bawa’s ‘Tropical Modernism’ vogue coupled with a timeless refreshing interior impact.”The resort’s 147 rooms and suites unfold across the Tower and Heritage wings are each and every appointed with tidy four poster beds, classic prints and objets d’arts. Sensitive preservation of the Art Deco façade and interiors will showcase the resort’s new functions, along side wood carvings sourced from the sixteenth and 17th century temples of Mahabalipuram. Company will revel in four.5 acres of landscaped greens and enclosed atrium gardens.“Taj Connemara is but another jewel within the Taj portfolio of iconic heritage accommodations. We’re dedicated to persevering with our century-outmoded legacy of restoring historical treasures across the globe for our guests,” said Puneet Chhatwal, Managing Director and Chief Govt Officer at The Indian Resorts Company Limited (IHCL).“The newly renovated Taj Connemara draws on the resort’s renowned past at the same time as offering patrons a distinctive, recent and individualistic journey. We’re joyful to whisper that Taj Connemara will resume its location within the cultural heart of Chennai,” he said.