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On the other hand all the staff were perfect and reception could not do enough for us - even finding a reliable tailor. Would still prefer to come back here than a big corporate hotel as this has far more charm. The location is not ideal and I would only recommend staying here if you have been to Mumbai before. Traffic in Bandra during peak hours is even more crazy than in the rest of the city and it takes hours to get anywhere.
I was a business woman travelling on my own. I had been staying at Taj hotels and was a bit sick of same corporate hotel atmosphere. I wanted a smaller hotel in area I could walk around safely Room - I booked a superior room which was in the corner so had great windows on two sides - the air con is a ceiling fan which I prefer to air con that dries your throat. The bathroom had a great shower and good products and lovely towels.
There was fresh milk for tea in room and when I asked for more they sent it up very politely. Bed was very comfortable and I slept well. Food - I ate lovely breakfast and a lunch - coffee latte at breakfast were good. Breakfast was buffet style which some people don't like? You could ask for bespoke omelettes which were lovely, and croissants and a bakery shop on site. Service - reception was very sweet and helpful.
They spoke to my driver for me as he didn't speak English and looked up how to get somewhere. The lift was a bit small and could be busy, which will annoy some people used to bigger hotels. And the the electronic room keys stopped working twice, which I saw annoyed another older guest. I had a spa massage which was lovely - but the spa is small and really just a room not a spa so not so good on that front.
Value - good value. Thank you. Your password reset email has been sent. Please check your inbox now, but remember that it may take a few minutes for the email to arrive. Look out for this little hotel or you might miss it altogether. Conceived as an 'art hotel', this little suburban sanctuary is a great entry point for first-time travellers to India who want a rapid initiation into its art, philosophy and culture.
Small enough to be a guesthouse but with the conveniences of a large hotel, including a spa and concierge services, Le Sutra packs quite a punch with its 14 original and immaculate themed rooms. The owners mobilised over artists, designers and visualisers from across the country to help with the design, which was spearheaded by Mitali Bajaj of Dr. Set in the lively northern suburb of Khar adjacent to Bandra , Le Sutra has fantastic access to some of the city's most popular restaurants and vibrant bars.go to site
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A hop, skip and jump away is Carter Road, a waterfront promenade that comes alive at dusk thanks to its long strip of street-style eateries. In a city filled with either pricey signature chains or indistinctive mid-range hotels, Le Sutra is a cool addition to the pack. A little extra for i-escape guests a bespoke gift themed to the room. Ask for a guided tour of the rooms, each a one-off, with a unique carved chair Two restaurants, serving excellent food : Out of the Blue offers Indian fare, and is super popular with locals; Olive has Mediterranean meals in a cool Ibiza setting The themed rooms, based around the 3 gunas of Hindu philosophy, are full of beautiful detail: Buddha frescoes, horse-head beds, mirror sculptures, lotus-pond showers.
Great value for money too Books on Indian art, philosophy and yoga in your room. Best time to go. Although there isn't a trace of winter here, the temperature drops, the skies are blue and the humidity is low. The rest of the year is split between heat and rain. The months leading up to the Monsoon March to June are particularly hot and humid with temperature averaging the late 30s degrees Celsius and humidity in the oppressive 80s and 90s. Between June and October rains lash the city, and on days of heavy rain of which there are many the city's infrastructure can often struggle to cope, making it rather inconvenient for visitors to get around.
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Bandra, for instance, contains quaint East Indian villages with their Catholic churches, picturesque cottages and local bakeries that are increasingly threatened by modernisation. Great for Indoor dining room and alfresco seating in both, serving lunch and dinner with bar drinks. Breakfast included in the rates. Rooms The rooms at Le Sutra are spread across 3 floors , each themed according to the 3 gunas of Hindu philosophy - Tamas, Rajas and Sattva.
Activities Pop into Angdai Day Spa on the first floor for a quick pick-me-up; it specialises in body massages, foot and hand care, including manicures and pedicures Order a yoga teacher in.
Location Le Sutra is in the Mumbai coastal suburb of Khar, which is adjacent to cosmopolitan and sought-after Bandra, known as 'Queen of the Suburbs'.