THE Park Hotels launches Bombay property

George Sell By George Sell
15 May 2019 | Updated 15 May 2019

India: THE Park Hotels has announced the launch of THE Park Mumbai, on Juhu Tara Road.

THE Park Mumbai is "set to bring contemporary design, rejuvenating spaces, innovative dining and sensuous entertainment into this vibrant part of the city".

Close to Juhu Beach and overlooking the Arabian Sea, the hotel features a striking charcoal grey facade by architect Sanjay Puri, punctuated by burnt orange and fuchsia windows designed to reflect the area's spectacular sunsets.

The 60-room design hotel has six categories of rooms with views of either the Arabian Sea or the city while some overlook the historic Juhu airfield. The rooms and studio suites have been designed with a monochromatic colour palette.

Meishi is an Asian inspired all day dining fusion restaurant Japanese, Thai, Chinese, and a hint of Indian; using fresh and organic ingredients and currently open only to resident guests.

The Saffron Room, a 2500 square foot banqueting space on the first floor is designed for social events and corporate meetings.

Priya Paul, chairperson of THE Park Hotels parent company Apeejay Surrendra Park Hotels Ltd. said: "We are excited to add this important address to our collection of hotels. Mumbai is a vibrant city 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."

The hotel is owned by Aumi Grandera Luxury Properties Private Limited. The owners of the hotel, Mr. Kriish R Puri and Mrs. Shloka Puri Hemdev, said: 'We are glad to be associated with Apeejay Surrendra Park Hotels Ltd. THE Park has been in the business for more than 50 years and understands the Indian and international consumer well. We are extremely excited about our partnership and are all set to bring in a great hospitality experience in bustling Juhu."

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