The agreement follows a strategic partnership strengthening the Singapore-India relations and represents a new milestone for both the Singapore-based luxury hotel management company and the Indian real estate company.
The Chedi Mumbai will be close to the Powai region, which is an up-and-coming neighborhood that’s increasingly favored among the locals due to its infrastructure developments, connectivity, and social groundwork. Not far from the hotel is the Bandra Kurla Complex: this development, set to be an emerging hub for work and leisure outside of South Mumbai and will house a convention and exhibition center, an art auditorium, cultural plaza, residences and offices.
Coupled with the fact that The Chedi Mumbai is close to both the domestic and international airports, and is supported by a comprehensive network of highways and roads, travelers will have no difficulty navigating through the city.
The Chedi Mumbai is the third development project by GHM this year. They are also responsible for several other exclusive resorts, including The Nam Hai Hoi An in Vietnam, The Chedi Muscat in Oman, and The Chedi Andermatt in Switzerland, with The Chedi Luštica Bay in Montenegro in the works.
The Mumbai property will have 316 guestrooms, five restaurants, extensive meeting facilities, and a holistic spa and wellness facility.