GHM to launch luxury property in Mumbai

GENERAL Hotel Management (GHM) has unveiled plans for The Aayu Mumbai, a 42-suite luxury hotel scheduled to open in December next year.

Occupying the top five floors of Kohinoor Square’s 50-storey Central Tower, the tallest commercial building in the city, the hotel will house suites ranging in size from 65m2 to 155m2.

The hotel will also be home to India’s first celebrity restaurants led by decorated chefs Joel Robuchon and Hide Yamamoto.

Robuchon, a recipient of 28 Michelin stars, will open his eighth L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon restaurant at The Aayu. Serving contemporary French cuisine, the establishment will also feature a tea lounge, pastry shop and a collection of fine wines.

Yamamoto’s restaurant will feature a charcoal Robata grill, a ramen noodle bar, and a sushi and sake counter.

Other facilities in the hotel will include a library lounge and bar, a cigar and cognac lounge, an exclusive malt bar, and a boardroom on the 49th floor, as well as a rooftop terrace with a bar, a swimming pool and deck, and 1,400m2 of landscaped courtyard.

GHM will also roll out two other properties by the end of 2013 – The Chedi Club Suzhou in China and The Chedi Andermatt in Switzerland.

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