IHCL offers 50% discount to honour armed forces

This Independence Day, as India celebrates 72 years of freedom, IHCL will offer all serving and retired Indian Armed Forces personnel a special discount of 50% on rooms across hotels and All Day Diners. In addition a 25 % discount will be offered on Jiva Spas and a 10% on Taj Khazana across all locations.

The company’s history is entwined with that of the nation’s past and its journey for independence. It is from the steps of the iconic Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai that Lord Louis Mountbatten, the first Governor-General of an independent India, bid India a final farewell. We share in the pride earned for the nation by the brave men and women in the armed forces who are our true heroes.

The freedom offer features 90 + Taj and Vivanta hotels that will offer 50% discount on all room bookings made from midnight of August 13, 2018 till the midnight of August 17, 2018 for travel dates until October 15, 2018. 90 +All Day Diners will offer 50% discount on Food and Beverage for up to 10 guests from August 15 to October 15, 2018. 40 + Jiva Spas, the award winning all-natural Spas will offer 25 % discount and 10 +Taj Khazana, luxury lifestyle stores located in select Taj hotels will offer a10 % discount.

The above offers are valid until October 15, 2018 at participating hotels. To know more one can visit www.tajhotels.com

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