Mumbai Gets Its First Lemon Tree Hotel

After Pune, Mumbai will be the second city in Maharashtra to welcome a branch of the hotel
Lemon Tree Hotel on Mithakhali street, Ahmedabad
Lemon Tree Hotel on Mithakhali street, Ahmedabad

Lemon Tree Hotels Ltd is ready to take on Mumbai with its Upper Midscale brand &ndash Lemon Tree Premier. After 12 long years of waiting for approvals and the construction process, the hotel is finally prepared to welcome guests. Mumbai will be the second city in Maharashtra with a Lemon Tree Premier, the first one being in Pune. Strategically located in the business hub of Andheri East, the hotel plans to target both, business and leisure travellers as well as the local corporate segment in India&rsquos finance capital. An additional advantage is its close proximity to key areas like SEEPZ, Bombay Exhibition Center, Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation and Juhu Beach.

Decorated with neutral hues and vintage styled art which compliments the classic leather furniture the hotel&rsquos chic interiors exude luxury. The 303 rooms and suites are fitted with world class amenities, making it the perfect place for visitors to interact and unwind. The accommodation options include Deluxe Rooms, Executive Rooms, Premier Rooms, Studio Suites and an Executive Suite.

When hunger strikes, you can choose from a range of options - Citrus Café - a 24x7 multi-cuisine coffee shop Slounge - a hip recreation bar Republic of Noodles - the celebrated pan-Asian restaurant which will serve street food delicacies from Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore, Cambodia, Indonesia and Myanmar. The rejuvenating spa, Fresco, a well-equipped fitness center and a refreshing swimming pool will all aim to offer wellness to residents. For their business-minded patrons, the hotel will provide over 3,100 sq. ft. of contemporary meeting space, including large conference rooms and a business center for special occasions.

Easily accessible from Shivaji Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Lemon Tree Premier, promises chic interiors and modern amenities with a hint of nostalgia.

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