Boutique hotelier THE Park Hotels has launched its latest property in the Indian city of dreams, Mumbai. Located opposite Asia’s first Soho House on Juhu Tara Road, close to Juhu Beach, the hotel is touted a cool retreat an urban hub.
A charcoal facade by architect Sanjay Puri is punctuated by burnt orange and fuschia windows that reflect the local sunsets. The hotel’s exteriors are completed by interiors designed by Ong & Ong from Singapore.
The 60-room design hotel has six categories of rooms; with views of either the Arabian Sea or city while some overlook the historic Juhu airfield. The rooms and studio suites have been designed with a monochromatic colour palettes; room rates start from £185 per night.
Meishi is an Asian-inspired all day dining fusion restaurant – Japanese, Thai, Chinese, Indian. The Saffron Room, a 2500 sq. ft. banqueting space on the first floor, is intended for social events and corporate meetings and as such has two different types of lighting.
“Immersive and Anything But Ordinary experiences”
Priya Paul, chairperson, Apeejay Surrendra Park Hotels Ltd. said, “We are excited to add the new striking address to our collection of hotels. Mumbai is a city of interesting contrasts and THE Park Hotels will add to it by bringing immersive and Anything But Ordinary experiences. Our vision is to have a slice of THE Park in every city people travel to.”
Vijay Dewan, managing director, Apeejay Surrendra Park Hotels Ltd. said: “We are happy to launch THE Park Mumbai today. It is our first managed hotel under THE Park Hotels portfolio. Mumbai is [one of] India’s key metropolitan cities and a business hub, and we are delighted to expand our footprint here. The hotel is not only targeted at the business travellers looking for a perfectly calm and rejuvenating experience, but this area is also for media, entertainment and other industries.”
Opening soon is a whisky bar with alfresco patio. as well as the addition of more rooms, a Presidential Suite, a poolside bar on the rooftop, gym and a spa.