Navi Mumbai is a growing suburb of Mumbai, a 13-million person metropolis in southwest India formerly known as Bombay. This thriving business, tech and manufacturing hub will soon have an international airport and recently opened a five-star hotel. “The Park” is a 40-minute drive from the domestic airport and a 10-minute walk from the Belapur railway station.
“Proximity to the Thane-Belapur industrial belt, one of the largest of its kind in Asia, will certainly provide our guests with easy access to Navi Mumbai business districts,” said Priya Paul, Apeejay Surrendra Hotels’ Chairpersonl.
Abhijit Bose, the hotel’s General Manager, said, “The hotel is aimed at the business travellers looking for a calm and rejuvenating experience. We bring a completely new experience to Navi Mumbai and to the entire region.”
The 80-room Park Hotel will feature plasma TVs, microwave ovens and small meal preparation areas among:
• 10 studio singles, 41 deluxe hill and pool view rooms
• 14 larger studios and
• One presidential suite.
In addition, the hotel has been designed in conjunction with the UK’s Project Orange, with specially designed rooms for the physically handicapped.