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The Taj Mahal Palace Mumbai - Mumbai Hotels

The Taj Mahal Palace Mumbai

Apollo Bunder, Mumbai - Map
"Is this the best hotel in the world? Probably!"
I am sixty-six years old and have travelled the world extensively for more than forty years. I had not previously, however, stayed at the Taj. I was prompted to do so after viewing a TED video, "The Ordinary Heroes of the Taj", which is about the terrorist attack on the hotel several years ago. The video analyses how and why it was that, during the siege, not one person left their post but how, rather, they did everything they could to ensure the safety of the hotel's guests. My three-day stay was a joy from beginning to end. The qualities of the staff depicted in the TED video are manifestly accurate. They were invariably helpful, courteous and friendly. Besides that, everything else 'worked' superbly for me - from the gym to the food to the services of the concierge.....
Traveller from Canberra
Hilton Mumbai International Airport - Mumbai Hotels

Hilton Mumbai International Airport

Sahar Airport Road, Andheri East, Mumbai - Map
"Overnight stop"
My flight arrived late and I wanted a place to sleep off the long journey in comfort and safety. I was welcomed very beautifully by the very efficient and warm staff. I would highly recommend this hotel.
Traveller from McD
ITC Maratha Mumbai - Mumbai Hotels

ITC Maratha Mumbai

Sahar, Mumbai - Map
4.4 out of 5 (113 reviews)
Courtyard by Marriott Mumbai International Airport - Mumbai Hotels

Courtyard by Marriott Mumbai International Airport

CTS 215, Andheri Kurla Road, Mumbai - Map
4.3 out of 5 (180 reviews)
Courtyard by Marriott? Mumbai International Airport hotel is strategically located in the heart of the central business hub …More
Sofitel Mumbai BKC - Mumbai Hotels

Sofitel Mumbai BKC

C-57, Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai - Map
"Very good"
I stayed for 2 nights and was well looked after. I left my phone in a taxi -had in back in my hand within the hour - thanks to staff Only complaint was my room was near the lift exit and a noisy Indian wedding party woke me up at 1am.
Traveller from Sydney
Offering a strategic location and first class service, Sofitel Mumbai BKC is the premier luxury hotel in Mumbai. With easy …More
ZO Rooms Juhu Tara Road - Mumbai Hotels

ZO Rooms Juhu Tara Road

Near Tulip star, Juhu Tara Road, Mumbai - Map
JW Marriott Mumbai Juhu - Mumbai Hotels

JW Marriott Mumbai Juhu

Juhu Tara Road, Mumbai - Map
4.3 out of 5 (165 reviews)
Discover comfort and convenience at the JW Marriott Hotel Mumbai (Bombay) where business travel meets leisure. Just a twenty …More
Holiday Inn Mumbai International Airport - Mumbai Hotels

Holiday Inn Mumbai International Airport

Sakinaka Junction, Andheri Kurla Road, Mumbai - Map
4.1 out of 5 (201 reviews)
North Mumbai®s fresh solution for the Business traveler, Holiday Inn Mumbai International Airport is the first refreshed …More
Hyatt Regency Mumbai - Mumbai Hotels

Hyatt Regency Mumbai

Sahar Airport Road, Mumbai - Map
4.4 out of 5 (350 reviews)
One km from Mumbai's international airport, this hotel also is 5 km from the domestic airport, and 25 km from the city …More
Sahara Star - Mumbai Hotels

Sahara Star

Opposite Domestic Airport, Vile Parle, Mumbai - Map
3.9 out of 5 (202 reviews)

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    Mumbai is a city of extremes: a fascinating mix of the old, the ancient, and the dynamic new. The face of changing India, Mumbai is the country’s richest and most populated city, where glistening skyscrapers stand tall beside ancient bazaars and never-ending streets of slums. Vibrant and pulsating with life, the chaos will intoxicate every sense in your body as you manoeuvre your way through millions of people in search of magnificent temples, grand colonial relics, ultra-chic bars and some of the finest restaurants in India. Book your Mumbai accommodation with us today and prepare to be thrust into this beautiful mayhem.

    Wherever you go, the sound of honking horns, the smell of street food wafting by in waves, and the colourful sight of traditional Indian dress will compete for your attention. With bargain buys, exclusive boutiques, ethnic markets and mini bazaars dotted across the city, Mumbai is a shopper’s dream. Bargain hard for good prices on beautiful handmade scarves and shawls, silk paintings, and unique Indian souvenirs at the roadside stalls and markets. You’ll be amazed by the magnificent patterns on show in the elite stores, where the city’s richest pay top rupees for glamorous garments and fabrics.

    Along the street you’ll notice many fast-food outlets, but skip these and instead try a vada pav from one of the street vendors, a spicy deep-fried vegetarian snack native to this state of Maharashtra. To experience the classy dining scene, dedicate your nights to exploring the multi-culinary delicacies dished up in posh restaurants, or dine with the locals in simple eateries serving up trays laden with colourful curries and rice. Then pull up a stool in one of the stunning rooftop bars or grungy hole in the wall drinking spots, where you may find just yourself shoulder to shoulder with local Bollywood stars – or simply wannabes.

    A trip to Mumbai isn’t complete without a real taste of Bollywood, the seat of the Hindi film industry, which produces the largest number of films in the world. Indulge in the constant stream of performances, from music and dance to drama, or catch a local Bollywood film at the cinema, a favourite Indian pastime. Next up, check out Kala Ghoda, the cultural heart of the city and home to Mumbai’s best art galleries and museums.

    Once you’ve indulged in all the cosmopolitan delights on offer, immerse yourself in the cultural roots of this city that, while being the most modern city in India, is still steeped in Indian customs and values. Relish in the Gateway of India, a striking symbol of the British Raj era, and the imposing Haji Ali, both a mosque and a tomb built in 1431. Then explore the most famous Mumbai temples, like Siddhivinayaka and Mahalakshmi, before moving on to the Art Deco buildings and Victorian-Indian fusions that grace the streets. And at the end of the long days battling with the crowds, sit back and watch the sunset by the beaches of Juhu and Marine Drive.

    Mumbai is a city of contrasts that has to be seen to be believed. From the flashy, shimmering Bollywood scene and the eclectic mix of top-notch dining and bars, to the bustling bazaars and ancient Indian architecture, Mumbai delivers it all with a punch. Unlike any other place on earth, this is one city you don’t want to miss. Check out our range of Mumbai hotels below, and don’t forget your flights to Mumbai.

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