The Le Sutra hotel could be the ideal destination for art lovers taking flights to Mumbai.

The Le Sutra hotel could be the ideal destination for art lovers taking flights to Mumbai.Making its debut at the World Travel Market, the hotel is the country’s first Indian art hotel that offers guests the chance to experience a number of virtual art installations during their stay, reports eTurboNews.

“We are incredible in the way we portray the Indian story which you will not find elsewhere. In fact we have people old and young, Indian and expat who all want to know more and say it’s a little museum in itself,” explained Radha Bajaj, director of Le Sutra.

The three-storey hotel has 16 rooms in total. Each room is based on characters such as Ravana, Ashoka and Buddha or characteristics like sensuality, love and purification.

Guests can also enjoy the nearby restaurants of Out of the Blue or the Olive Bar & Kitchen, which has received awards from Condé Nast magazine.

Written by Ruth Norris.

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