St. Regis Hotel Opens in Mumbai, India

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Starwood has expanded its portfolio of St. Regis Hotels with the official opening of the St. Regis Mumbai.

 In partnership with Pallazzio Hotels & Leisure Limited, the hotel marks the entry of the St. Regis brand in India and South Asia.

“The introduction of St. Regis to India marks a significant milestone for the brand’s expansion in South Asia, and Mumbai displays a robust demand for high-end hospitality from affluent travelers from all around the globe,” said Jim Petrus, Global Brand Leader, St. Regis Hotels & Resorts. “We are uniquely positioned to cater to the needs of a new generation of luxury travelers, offering a personalized experience informed by the brand’s legacy.”

 The St. Regis Mumbai is located in Lower Parel, one of the city’s most premium commercial, residential and entertainment districts. The hotel provides easy access to the city’s commercial centers including the Bandra Kurla Complex and Nariman Point, as well as to the airport.

The hotel features 395 guest rooms including 27 suites, and for extended stays, the property’s 39 residential suites feature a living room, fully equipped kitchenette and the option of one or two bedrooms.

The St. Regis Mumbai houses nine restaurants, bars and nightlife options. The brand’s afternoon tea ritual comes to life in The Drawing Room at The Great Hall where, with the addition of local flavors and Indian estate teas, guests enjoy a distinct interpretation the classic afternoon pastime. Inspired by the iconic King Cole Bar at The St. Regis New York which was the birthplace of the original Bloody Mary, The St Regis Bar serves the Mumbai Mary, the hotel’s local rendition of the iconic cocktail which embodies the bold spirit of the city by embracing spices like cinnamon and coriander to create a soulful Indian version of the classic.

Seven Kitchens with its natural light, vast interiors, international cuisine and Sunday Brunch, is perfect for gatherings with friends and family, whereas The Sahib Room & Kipling Bar, inspired by the colonial era, are renowned for their robust Indian delicacies and flavors. By the Mekong takes guests on a gastronomic journey through China, Thailand and Vietnam, and Yuuka turns the finest Japanese ingredients into modern, culinary masterpieces.

Li Bai offers nightlife entertainment with live jazz performances and EXO, the city’s highest nightlife venue, offers signature cocktails in a refined setting. Lastly, guests can enjoy vistas of the city at Asilo, the hotel’s signature rooftop bar.

Source: http://www.asiatraveltips.com/

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