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The Anya Hotel, Gurgaon presents sophistication with a splash of Indian panache and contemporary cool in the soaring commercial hub of Gurgaon. The 117-room hotel has a fitting mantra of luxury with an undercurrent of minimalism that comes alive everywhere, from the spacious suites to the Amaltas Spa by L’Occitane, which presents wellness with an Indian soul. The Anya Hotel, Gurgaon also offers Gurgaon’s only Spanish tapas bar and beer garden. The hotel is adorned with artworks by such contemporary Indian masters as Bose Krishnamachari and Chittrovanu Mazumdar, and commissioned work by Remen Chopra.
MADE BY ORIGINALS
With over four decades of experience between them in the hospitality industry, father and son team Misha and Marcel Vadera are a learned duo. Misha has been a keen collector of art for over 30 years, with a fair amount showcased throughout The Anya Hotel, Gurgaon. Marcel shares this passion but also places high esteem on fine food, which is channeled through the hotel’s blissful union of Western tastes and Indian tradition.
ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN
The Anya Hotel, Gurgaon's unique façade is a creation of renowned architect Alfaz Miller, and answers to the hoteliers’ desire for a non-linear, crescent-shaped structure. This sleek, curvy design and a sandy color scheme sits in harmony with the surrounding buildings. Inside, such colors as rani pink, indigo blue, marigold orange, and eggplant purple create a truly Indian aesthetic, while Italian marble, wooden floors and silks make for a patchwork of textures embellished with chandeliers and dimmable Flos lamps.