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Best Places to Stay in Mumbai India

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The sprawling Indian city of Mumbai is a constant hub of activity. From the mesmerizing Arabian Sea to the numerous iconic structures, there are few cities quite as captivating as Mumbai. While visiting ancient temples, colorful bazaars, and historical buildings you’ll want a comfortable and convenient place to stay. The sights and sounds of Mumbai are wonderfully exotic and with the perfect hotel, you’ll be able to absorb this lively city in true comfort.

JW Marriott

This is a 5-star hotel of Bandra/Khar near some famous Bollywood hangouts. Although small, this hotel is well-staff and atmospheric. Only minutes away from the Arabic Sea and a number of other attractions, you can be off on a new adventure every day. There are several nearby cafes and boutiques so you’ll never lack shopping locals or delicious food.

The Taj Mahal Palace

There is almost no hotel in India as famous or as ionic as the Taj Mahal Palace. Several presidents and royalty have stayed at this hotel. The Taj Mahal features massive arches and domes, as well as a beautiful garden and pool. Overlooking the Arabian Sea, the Taj Mahal is sprawled over 2.6 acres and boasts 10 restaurants and a variety of traditional Indian therapies at Jiva Spa, as well as an art gallery.  The luxury of this hotel ensures an unforgettable stay in this historic and vibrant city.

Abode Bombay

The Abode Bombay is a classy boutique hotel, with a colonial-style and art deco furniture that includes original artwork with luxury rooms, featuring free-standing bathtubs. When you stay at the Abode Bombay your comfort is the focus of the attentive staff, plus they offer a fantastic breakfast and fresh juice. Some of the amenities offered include a spa and wellness center as well as free WiFi access throughout the property.

Sea Shore Hotel

The Sea Shore Hotel is a small, intimate hotel with inviting rooms that come with flat-screen TVs, some featuring harbor views. Unlike larger hotels, this small hotel is more like a hostel or a bed and breakfast.

Residency Hotel Fort

The Residency Hotel is a comfortable place where you can rest and relax after a long day of touring Mumbai. The staff at this hotel are attentive to the needs of guests. In addition, the Residency Hotel is a great value. Rooms feature mini-bars, flat-screens, and private bathrooms. This hotel is located in a great Fort location though it is slightly noisy during the night.


Juhu Residency Boutique Hotel

This small, boutique hotel features an inviting atmosphere and comfortable rooms in an excellent location. Only five minutes’ walk from Juhu beach, the Juhu Residency Hotel is ideal for beach lovers. Each room boasts marble floors, dark wood furniture, and flat-screen TVs. A buffet breakfast is available daily. There are also various dining options nearby, including an in-house restaurant offering. Chinese and Indian food.

Le Sutra

Le Sutra is a boutique hotel with Indian art and Hinduism as its theme. The rooms are designed to allow guests to immerse themselves in art and mysticism. There are several nearby restaurants that offer delicious food. When you are done eating, find a nearby bar to relax or take walk to the seafront to take in the views and mingle with the locals.

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