St. Regis to Expand Into India With St. Regis Mumbai

St. Regis MumbaiSt. Regis Hotels & Resorts has announced it will debut in India with the launch of the St. Regis Mumbai in the third quarter of 2015.

Owned by Pallazzio Hotels & Leisure Ltd., the Palladium Hotel is currently undergoing an extensive rebranding and will soon fly the St. Regis flag.

The 38-story St. Regis Mumbai will have 386 guestrooms, including 60 suites. The hotel’s culinary offerings will include an all-day dining restaurant, four specialty restaurants, a club lounge, and three bars. 

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Other leisure facilities include a swimming pool and a fitness center. For meetings and events, the hotel will offer over 5,200 square meters of unrivalled event space including a 4200-square-meter grand ballroom.

Located in the Lower Parel area, less than half an hour drive from Chhatrapati Shivaji International & Domestic Airport terminals in Mumbai and a quick drive across the Worli Sea Link, the hotel will offer access to upscale restaurants and pubs, office space, boutiques and luxury real estate. Adjoining the hotel is the Palladium, a luxury retail shopping center.

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