DON’T COME HERE LOOKING FOR A HOTEL.
YOU WON’T FIND ONE.
We didn’t bother creating just another luxury Art Hotel.
Instead, we let our unparalleled love for art
bring together a bunch of artists, sculptors, product designers.
The idea; to build one of a kind museum in Bandra that lets people stay.
And 15 designers and saw the potential for magic.
They wanted their ideas to live here before you did.
Le Sutra the Indian Art Hotel, is lucky to live in the heart of the city. Bound by party.
Surrounded by shops. Touched by the sea.
Come, bring along your inner eccentric.
‘Tamas’ is a quality of the spoilt. With this ‘guna’, a person or object is immersed, attached and drowned in self-indulgence and gratification. Characterized by imbalance, disorder, chaos, anxiety, and delusion, this quality is full of excesses.
But on the upside, it’s colourful, opulent, intricate, and erotic.
Indulge your senses in rich experiences and embrace every bit of your desires.
Get lost in yourself at this luxury hotel.
A PLACE FOR THE DRIVEN
If your soul’s the type that desires a new experience, this is it.
THE REFLECTIVE ZONE
Angdai offers the latest treatments and personalized attention. The highly professional therapists trained by Caressa spa, guide you on the massage depending on your regime and skin type.
A Food and Fun getaway, where something’s always happening, this has a reputation for turning out the hottest culinary delights
Laundry, Doctor on Call, Book a Cab, Order a Movie Ticket or Show, Travel desk For tickets & tours around India & Abroad, Currency Exchange, Yoga Instructor etc.
With a focus on the research and exhibition of contemporary art and its social questions about the exhibition of art and its publics the gallery is a multi-term laboratory of exhibition-making and theory in relation to the public sphere.
Living with Art... we admire the detail and determination with which the design concept has been executed... (the rooms are) big on design... this project is not a pretentious bid to be different but shows a commitment to the cause of promoting Indian art and culture.
I think what we seem to have forgotten in India is that art is not the icing on the cake, it is the yeast and unless we follow that yeast again, unless somewhere we find within us that aesthetic again, that each bindi is something, it is not just a bindi, and the way each weave means something, it is not just another thing. I hope the people who will come and stay in these rooms will rediscover the joy of 5000 years of creativity. And that we really find that resonance of ourselves in this because we must resonate. If there is anything with which we resonate it is with this aesthetic. Whether you are Hindu, Muslim, Christian doesn't matter, the sheer energy, the sheer vibrancy, the kinetic energy that is the Shri Yantra is something that we must relearn to resonate with and that's why I'm so glad to be here. Bravo everybody behind this!
Every room has a unique different theme but I loved the Prakriti room
It's different, beautiful and it depicts India very well. When I walked into the rooms I felt a great sense of peace and the feeling of all the senses coming together.
It is Indian Art and India has such a strong art history, every room tells a story, every object and even today we are learning about the rooms and it's story telling... It's so original, not just prints on the wall.'
It's very different and very unique. A great way of bringing out the concept. Le Sutra in one word would be 'peace'!
The words unique and different are very clich but this breaks that clich and is truly unique. I have never seen or heard of anything like this. One word to describe Le Sutra is Nirvana.
...a beautiful art hotel bejeweled with a fabulous collection of art
I think it was a brilliant idea... What is so beautiful is that many cities have their kind of new boutique hotels, but this hotel has a genuine idea at the center of each room... The idea that each room is an art experience is new...(in one word to me it is) peace... When in Mumbai I'd stay at Le Sutra.
This 16 room hotel is unsual for the way its decor takes spiritual/aesthetic concepts from the Vedic scriptures and sets them in a purportedly contemporary aesthetic design A haven for the spiritually inclined?