Radisson Blu 5* Hotel & Spa Location City: Karjat, India

Sectors:
Masterplanning, Hospitality
Services:
Architecture
Studios:
London, New Delhi
Client:
Hill Crest Resorts & Spa, Mumbai

Certifications:

Connected courtyards and framed river views bring guests closer to the charming landscape

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Key Info

Includes:
A 102-room hotel, a spa and lounge, a swimming pool, a fitness centre, a boutique shop, a business centre and conference rooms ranging in capacity from 15 to 500 guests
Area:
15,000m² GBA
Status:
Completed in 2016
Key award:
Best Hotel Architecture India - Asia Pacific International Property Awards 2016

An oasis getaway

Radisson Blu Resort & Spa Karjat is a 102-room hotel retreat situated on the Ulhas river in Karjat, Maharashtra, India, a two-hour drive from Mumbai and Pune.

Opened in 2016, it is an ideal destination for people wishing to escape the pressures of Mumbai city life.

Thai and Balinese architectural styles combined

Using the site’s beautiful riverside location and magnificent views across the river to the foothills of the Sahyadri Mountains, our design combines the beauty of a far-eastern resort with hints of Thai and Balinese architectural styles. Flowing through it all is a theme celebrating Indian design, culture and spirit.

"Best Radisson Resort Property in India"

The project was initially designated as a “Park Plaza Resort- 4 Star Category”, but the architectural design concept helped the client upgrade the development to "Radisson Blu Resort - 5 Star Category”.

It has been rated by the Carlson Group as the "Best Radisson Resort Property in India".

Chapman Taylor was the lead design architect for the project, including the development of the landscape concept - one of the key components of the masterplan

Sapna Kumar

Director, New Delhi

With over 26 years of experience in architecture, Sapna has designed many leading projects throughout India and the wider region.

Among her many successful and award-winning projects is East Kidwai Nagar, a 35-hectare, residential-led project to the south of central Delhi, used as an exemplar project by the Indian government for its programme to develop smart cities. Sapna also designed the renovation of the Indian Museum in Kolkata, which is the largest museum in India.

Sapna has worked at Chapman Taylor since 2007 and is responsible for managing our New Delhi studio.

Areas of expertise:

Retail / Hospitality / Office / Residential / Mixed-use

Awards

Best Hotel Architecture India -  Asia Pacific International Property Awards
Best Hotel Architecture India - Asia Pacific International Property Awards
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