A small boutique hotel in Mumbai is an exceedingly rare bird: usually the choice is between budget dives, mid-range blandness, or splendid five stars. With only 16 rooms, this is something special, a place with genuine charm and character, where rooms have plenty of space and light (though no views). The hotel is decorated by contemporary artworks that use traditional Indian motifs, reflecting the theme of each room (Krisha, Ashoka, and so on). The works are the creation of more than 150 local art students, with pieces such as sculptures set into the glass-topped coffee tables or wall niches, murals, or hand-embroidered art on the walls.
With summer in full swing, we see a refreshing number of tournaments kick back up globally, ranging from 3 to 7 rounds