Mumbai

Feb 19, 2019 - Feb 20, 2019

2 guests - 1 room

Where to Stay in Mumbai

Mumbai is a bustling city offering something for people of all tastes whether it’s wandering through vibrant street markets, enjoying a spot of shopping in a modern mall or taking the children to the zoo. Read our tips on what to see and do in Mumbai. While South Mumbai is very much the exclusive part of the city, there are many other places to stay in Mumbai with something to offer. In Mumbai there are all kinds of hotels ranging from cheap hostels to internationally-recognized hotels and everything in between.

South Mumbai Hotels

The cultural and commercial heart of Mumbai, South Mumbai is home to many of the city’s finest cultural attractions, restaurants and shops and is also the oldest district in the city.

1. Hotel Samrat

If you only need somewhere cheap and easy to stay, Hotel Samrat offers low rates in a central location

2. Fariyas Hotel Mumbai

The Fariyas Hotel Mumbai is perfect for mid-range budgets and is located on a quiet street in the heart of South Mumbai.

3. Taj Mahal Hotel

One of India’s most famous hotels offering the utmost level of luxury and service money can buy.

Mumbai Airport Hotels

If you’ve got an early flight to catch or you simply don’t want to travel too far, then there are many hotels located close by to Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport.

1. Hotel Transit

An ideal hotel if you want a comfortable room on a budget, and it is only situated less than 2km from the airport.

2. Ibis Mumbai Airport

The Ibis Mumbai Airport hotel has everything you need right by the airport including a restaurant and bar with live music.

3. ITC Maratha

The ITC Maratha hotel offers 5-star luxury and every service you would need just by the airport.

Mumbai Spa Hotels

Everyone loves to be pampered, so why not stay in a hotel with its very own full-service spa. Mumbai has many spa hotels to offer ranging from affordable to world-class so you can find something suiting your budget.

1. The Orchid Mumbai

This affordable hotel is located just moments from Mumbai Domestic Airport and comes with its own spa.

2. Trident Hotel

The Trident Hotel enjoys an excellent location in North Mumbai and offers more than just a spa including a pool and on-site restaurant and bar.

3. Taj Lands End

Any stay at Taj Lands End hotel is guaranteed to impress including a day at its full-service luxury spa.

Top rated hotels in Mumbai

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What are travelers saying about Mumbai?

9.8
Foodies
9.8
Nightlife Lovers
8.1
Business Travelers
8.0
Luxury Travelers
7.6
Adventure Travelers
Member reviews (234)
Leigh Virkus
Leigh VirkusPittsford (town), New York
1/4/17

One of the busiest cities we have ever been in, but everyone seems to be ok with it. I think it is best to go on a tour to make sure you see a lot and are able to get through traffic.

Nadine Larter
Nadine LarterPort Elizabeth
5/23/16

Ah Mumbai! My entry point and introduction to the magical country of India. What a gloriously busy place filled with such rich history and culture and colour. This buzzing city never slows down and can be quite an overwhelming experience but oh so worth it!

Anil Zagade
Anil ZagadeMumbai (Bombay), India
5/15/16

One of the best city in the world and financial capital of INDIA, Mumbai is visited by many tourists from all over the world. Mumbai is fulfilled by coastline, Temples, historic places, nightlife, luxury and many more.

Jonathan Goddard
Jonathan GoddardCambridge, UK
10/14/16

The world’s third largest city, with a population of over 17 million, Mumbai is also home to the Bollywood film industry. From ocean promenades where you can linger to watch glorious sunsets, to spiritual focus points and exciting night life - Mumbai has so much more to offer than the casual visitor passing through might realise. Mumbai is a place where extremes merge into each other, and divisions blur. It's a multicultural melting pot of different cultures, religions and languages living in close proximity to each other, with an overriding tolerant atmosphere and a warm friendly heart. It's a city where the very rich and destitute live side by side, where dogs can sleep peacefully in city streets dodged by frantic autorickshaw drivers. Mumbai is endlessly fascinating to me, and also has pretty perfect weather!

FAQs

The most expensive month to stay in Mumbai is January, with an average price of AED 427 per night. The least expensive month is January, with an average of AED 427 per night.
The average price of a hotel in February is typically AED 384 per night. This is AED 11% more than the average nightly price of AED 427 seen over the previous 12 months.

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