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by Michael C. Lowe | August 18, 2010


The Palace Wing of the 107-year-old, 560-room Taj Mahal Palace hotel in Mumbai reopened Sunday after construction to repair damages incurred during the 2008 terror attacks. According to the Associated Press, the 285-room Heritage wing opened on Sunday to coincide with India's 64th Independence Day and features newly renovated lobbies and restaurants. The property also includes 20,000 square feet of conference space spread across eight rooms.