Hotel Sahara Star Mumbai joins WORLDHOTELS

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Hotel Sahara Star Mumbai, an architectural masterpiece considered by some to be one of the finest business and leisure hotels in India, has joined WORLDHOTELS as a Deluxe Collection affiliate.

The 5-star hotel strategically located just opposite Mumbai's domestic airport blends Indian mysticism and culture, while personifying the country's progressive spirit blending peerless hospitality with ultra-modern technology.

Magnus Opus, opening in two years, will have one of the world's largest pillar-less clear-to-sky domes and the world's first three compound-curved, all glass panoramic elevators rising over a 55,000 sq ft tropical lagoon.

With a striking glass and steel circular facade, Hotel Sahara Star currently features 223 guest rooms which includes 13 suites. With the opening of the Magnum Opus stage it will incorporate another 189 luxurious guest rooms in five categories, including 19 suites of various themes, and 48 fully-serviced apartments.

Currently all guest rooms face the inner courtyard overlooking a landscape garden.

Ten unique concept dining outlets include the famous Ocean Pan-Asian restaurant; the Earth Plate, serving global cuisine; Indian signature restaurant Namak; Mediterranean restaurant Mabruk; and Aafrein, specialising in kebabs. For high-class entertaining there is also a Flute a champagne lounge and Diwine, a wine cellar.

Hotel Sahara Star features 12,000 sq ft of MICE space for events, conferences and seminars. It also showcases numerous meeting rooms, including the largest and most technologically advanced boardroom in the city, ACES. Seating up to 77 delegates, it is equipped with all the latest conference facilities including a 4-screen Barco projection system.

Recreational facilities are headlined by iLA, Sahara Spa and Wellness Centre, complete with an international salon, plus a state-of-the-art gym and spectacular pool.

The hotel is close to Vile Parle Rail Station, about half a mile away, and large business centres and other iconic tourist attractions.

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