Bobby Mukherji and Associates revamps the Atrium Lounge at The TajLands End
The Atrium Lounge at The Taj Lands’ End in Mumbai, designed by the award-winning firm, Bobby Mukherji& Associates is a welcome change to what used to be. This spacious and relaxing lounge is often referred to as the heart of the Hotel with an Intimate yet opulent ambience. The bar is undoubtedly the cynosure of the space donning wood and gold with bevelled mirror. Like they say in the ‘boutique-hotel’ world, what’s old is new again.
Located at the heart of Taj Lands’ End, the effervescent Atrium Bar & Lounge offers a welcoming retreat from the bustling city life. With an intimate ambience accompanied by attentive service, it serves a wide selection of first flush teas and single origin coffees along with signature smoothies whipped up for your every mood. For aficionados, eager to experience the finest, Atrium offers the largest selection of whiskeys and spirits from across the world along with iconic concoctions definitive of the Golden Age. Reminiscent of the ocean and Mumbai’s dynamic culture, the Atrium Bar & Lounge invites guests to experience the city on their plates while you watch the sun set over Bandra’s charming seascape.
Outfitted in a palette with notes of champagne, wood, and chocolate signifies a thorough grounding in traditional luxury, resolutely confirmed by the look and feel of the bar back and counter with cigar displays flanked on either side, where the look is perfectly, tastefully restrained (nearly monochrome color schemes with dark lacquered furniture against muted backgrounds).
Paulomi Shah, Director, BM&A said, “The Atrium Lounge has always been popular amongst its customer base as a place to not only conduct business meetings but also to unwind. The challenge was to lure, considering its location in the hotel. We then decided to create this bar as not only a functional one but a work of art. Being close to the sea, we were inspired by the waves of the ocean and its organic form to compliment a new age vintage charm in an opulent setting.”