BBGM designs Sofitel Mumbai BKC

Sofitel Luxury Hotels launched the Sofitel Mumbai BKC in the heart of Mumbai, the first in a line-up of future projects.

The Sofitel Mumbai BKC, located at Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC), the financial district of Mumbai, was designed by the architects at BBGM (U.S.A), with interior designers at the Miaja Design Group (Singapore) led by French designer Isabelle Miaja. The hotel design embraces modern and elegant interiors creating a French contemporary feel with a blend of Indian colors, shapes and patterns. Key features include marble and chandeliers for the lobby, elegant design for the bedrooms, and technological installations in the business center.

All 302 rooms, including 31 suites, feature the MyBed concept, an all-feather bed combined with an extra-light down duvet. A pillow menu, sustainable practices, custom-designed furnishings, L'Occitane en Provence and Hermès room amenities are also featured.

The Club Millésime, the property’s Club Floor, offers an executive lounge and bar with indoor and terrace seating. Inspired by the French “Art de Recevoir”, this club features express check-in, evening canapés, an exclusive selection of wines, and butler services.

The property boasts So FIT, a fitness center boasting of a range of cardiovascular facilities, and a Kinesis wall, which is a fitness equipment which offers a system of extendable cables that uses gravity for training strength, flexibility and balance.

A dedicated floor hosts India’s first So SPA by Sofitel. SoSPA features include original music and exclusive signature treatments, with products from Cinq Mondes and Gemology.

The hotel will offer six restaurants and bars, including the Pondichéry Café is an all-day diner; Artisan – Épicerie, Pâtisserie, Chocolaterie offers house-crafted chocolates, charcuterie and cheeses; and the Le Bar Diamantaire is the lobby lounge.

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