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The Margazhi in Madras Festival




The Margazhi in Madras Festival Package

at Taj Coromandel, Chennai (Dec.15 to Jan 15, 2013)


CHENNAI, INDIA – December 20, 2012 – Taj Hotels Resorts & Palaces announces a newly designed bespoke luxury destination experience; the “Margazhi in Madras” package celebrating the legendary Margazhi festivals of Chennai.


This package includes exclusive passes to a music concert or dance recital, a lavish meal at the iconic Southern Spice and an enriching dinner conversation with a renowned musician and dancer about the rich history of the Margazhi season. A two-night stay in a newly renovated Luxury Room starts at Rs 20,000 per room and also includes a traditional welcome and drink on arrival, transfers, 20% discount on food and beverages, use of swimming pool / steam / gymnasium and complimentary laundry. The exclusive Club Rooms start at Rs 27,000 for two nights.


“This Margazhi season will be filled with joy at Taj Coromandel; we’ve meticulously updated its design and amenities over the past three years to preserve its reputation as a bedrock of fine living and hospitality in Chennai,” said Sanjukta Royy, the director of public relations – South for Taj Hotels. “We’re proud to be the custodians of luxury as Chennai’s first and only luxury hotel for the past four decades with a strong connection to the history, culture and people here.”


This one-of-a-kind package showcases the hotel’s newest experiences including the just re-launched Southern Spice and exquisitely redesigned ballroom. Taj in Chennai can offer journalists stays at the Taj Coromandel as well as Vivanta by Taj Connemara and Vivanta by Taj Fisherman’s Cove.


Music, Dance and Delectables fill the Margazhi Season

Every December 15 to January 15, the city of Chennai comes alive with the Margazhi Music and Dance season, where more than 1,500 musicians and dancers from across the world come together in Chennai to pay tribute to India’s rich cultural legacy. With a history of over 80 years, this season comprises a series of spectacular classical music concerts and spell-binding dance recitals at various venues across the city. The performances include all styles in the Indian classical genre like Carnatic and Hindustani music, Bharatanatyam, Kuchipuddi, Kathak, Kathakali, Odissi and more.


About Taj Coromandel

It is the preferred place of stay for Heads of State, Corporate Czars and eminent personalities such as:  President Jimmy Carter, His Royal Highness Prince Andrew, Mr. R. Prodi, Italian Prime Minister, President Bill Clinton, His Excellency Festus Gontebanye Mogae, President of Botswana, President of Singapore, Ms. Maud Olofsson, Deputy Prime Minister of Sweden, Jackie Chan, His Excellency Sergei Stanishev, Prime Minister of Bulgaria and Thai Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn.


Inspired dining destinations like Southern Spice, the highly-acclaimed South Indian specialty restaurant that re-launched in March 2012. Southern Spice
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