Pallazzio Hotels & Leisure, Starwood open St. Regis Mumbai

Starwood Hotels & Resorts opened the St. Regis Mumbai in partnership with Pallazzio Hotels & Leisure. The hotel marks the entry of the St. Regis brand in India and South Asia. With this debut, the brand now has 34 hotels around the world.

The St. Regis Mumbai is located in Lower Parel, providing access to the city's commercial centers including the Bandra Kurla Complex and Nariman Point, as well as to the airport.

The hotel has an urban design style, complemented by commissioned artworks in the guestrooms and public spaces. Located in India's tallest hotel tower, The St. Regis Mumbai offers panoramic views of the metropolis. The hotel has 395 guestrooms including 27 suites. For extended stays, the property's 39 residential suites have a living room, kitchenette and the option of one or two bedrooms.

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The St. Regis Mumbai has nine restaurants, bars and nightlife destinations. These include: The Drawing Room at The Great Hall, Seven Kitchens, The Sahib Room & Kipling Bar, By the Mekong and Yuuka.

The opening of The St. Regis Mumbai also marks the debut of the brand's Iridium Spa concept in the country. The spa has nine treatment rooms.

Other amenities include: a fitness center, a 25-meter outdoor pool with views and a salon.

The property has more than 3,900 square meters (41,979 square feet) of event space across two levels, including the alfresco Terrace Garden, a dedicated entrance and reception foyer. There is also a dedicated bridal area with a separate bridal salon.

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