The first international hotel chain was brought to India way back in the early ’80s by the Jatia family, before the 2010 demerger, in association with American hotel giant Hyatt. Today, the Indian luxury hospitality landscape is truly international, thronged as it is by partnerships with international chains from Germany, America and France, to name a few. Adarsh Jatia, a young scion of the family, knows that success, in this scenario, depends on a number of aspects—a masterful design philosophy, unrestrained aesthetic value and sensitive use of space. In a Q&A session with MARWAR, Jatia talks about the Four Seasons brand, his newest luxury residential offering and his future plans.
What makes your new project, the Four Seasons Private Residences Mumbai, a unique venture?
Four Seasons Private Residences Mumbai will showcase a brand-new ‘luxury norm’ for the discerning few with its 26 limited edition homes spread generously across a 55-storey tower. Residents will have a first-hand experience of service that is synonymous with the brand within the luxury of their own homes. It’s not just the exhaustive list of services offered that sets the Four Seasons residential experience apart but also the personalised manner in which these services are delivered. The focus is not just on exclusivity and privacy of future residents but on a quality of life based on the traditional bungalow experience, which ensures spatial extravagance within their homes.
With sprawling master bedroom suites, and living and dining rooms spread over 1,100 sq ft, the residences are being modelled to offer maximum space and minimum intrusion. Large fully fitted kitchens, top-of-the-line home automation systems, use of the finest materials, detailing and calibrated lighting and intelligent planning by world-class interior designers and architects ensure that the residences will stand the test of time.