Overlooking the iconic Marine drive, Oberoi Mumbai offers guests breathtaking views of the shoreline adorned with the city’s ‘Queen’s Necklace’ lights. A striking example of modern architecture, the hotel comes with 226 rooms and 73 suites with exciting cityscapes and infinite ocean views. With floor-to-ceiling windows seamlessly blended with pale ivory, sage and rich brown interiors, the suites are blessed with an abundant flow of natural light, permeating the space with a sense of tranquility and calm, while the carefully selected decorative pieces—including accent chairs and silk upholstered cushions in carmine, amber, and azure—lend a splash of vibrance to every space within its premises. The venue comes replete with specially commissioned oil paintings and lithographs, traditional marble petra dura tabletops, and mother-of-pearl inlay in cabinetry, coupled with the natural texture of silk, dark oak, walnut furniture, and marble that conveys a certain warmth and richness. Where else would one want to stay during the city’s romantic monsoon season?
Just as alluring as the interiors of the Oberoi Mumbai is its cuisine, ideal for drizzly afternoons and chilly nights. With three different in-house restaurants, the much-loved hotel takes its guests on a gastronomical journey like no other. Orchestrated by two-time Michelin-starred Chef Vineet Bhatia, Ziya offers an evolved Indian cuisine, while Fenix, the all-day fine dining restaurant, offers an array of international must-haves accompanied by premium beverages and Japanese whiskies, while Vetro is a favorite for contemporary Italian cuisine.
Set amidst elegant interiors, the Eau Bar serves specially crafted cocktails by UK’s top Mixologist Andrew Pearson, while the hotel’s Champagne Lounge delights with picturesque views of the ocean captured by wall-to-wall windows.
With a 24 hour concierge service, visitors can now explore the city of dreams while staying at the hotel. Meanwhile, the scrupulously curated Oberoi experiences by the Oberoi Mumbai delights its guests with activities which include the spa, dining, arts, culture, and the history of India’s ‘Maximum City’, with a few highlights being the relaxing spa ritual, private poolside dinner, wine tasting, spice trail, and Mumbai at dawn. This monsoon, a visit to Mumbai’s favorite property is a must if you’re in the city.
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