WATG to Rebuild Mumbai’s Sea Rock Hotel

26th April 2010 (Last Updated April 26th, 2010 18:30)

The Indian Hotels Company is planning to rebuild the Sea Rock hotel in Mumbai and open it within three years. The hotel had been shut for 17 years following a bomb explosion during the 1993 Mumbai terrorist attacks. US-based hotel and resort architecture firm Wimberly Alliso

The Indian Hotels Company is planning to rebuild the Sea Rock hotel in Mumbai and open it within three years.

The hotel had been shut for 17 years following a bomb explosion during the 1993 Mumbai terrorist attacks.

US-based hotel and resort architecture firm Wimberly Allison Tong and Goo has been appointed to rebuild the commercial complex integrating the existing luxury hotel Lands End.

The proposed hotel complex will feature 1,000 rooms, including Lands End’s 493 rooms, private residences, spa, pools, exhibition halls, boardrooms, banquet halls and business centres, according to business-standard.com.