Your session will expire in 5 minutes, 0 seconds, due to inactivity. Stay Logged In
Your session has expired. Please sign in to your profile

Mumbai Hotels

Please enter a destination. Your destination can be a city, address, airport code, point of interest, or post code.

Compare Hotels in Mumbai

(e.g. {0})
(e.g. {0})
Processing your request...
Close

Destination
Finding a hotel is easy. Your destination can be:

  • A city (San Francisco)
  • an address (123 Main St., Springfield, IL)
  • an airport (LAX)
  • A point of interest (Fenway Park)
  • Zip Code (30308)

Featured Mumbai Hotels

Show prices with taxes and fees
Show prices with taxes and fees

4.4/5 996 reviews
135 Marine Drive, Mumbai

400020, India

Reservations 1 888 IC HOTELS (1 888 424 6835)

Front Desk 91-22-66399999


3.33 mi (5.36km) from City Center
  • Pool
  • Wireless Internet
  • Business Centre
  • Health/Fitness Centre
  • No pets allowed
  • Pool
  • Wireless Internet
  • Business Centre
  • Health/Fitness Centre
  • No pets allowed
  • Spa
  • Parking Included
Close
From
 
From
MORE DETAILS


4.4/5 2144 reviews
Sakinaka Junction, Andheri Kurla Road, Andheri East, Mumbai

400072, India

Reservations 1 888 HOLIDAY (1 888 465 4329)

Front Desk 91-22-40851800


12.52 mi (20.14km) from City Center
  • Pool
  • Wireless Internet
  • Business Centre
  • Health/Fitness Centre
  • Kids Eat Free
  • Pool
  • Wireless Internet
  • Business Centre
  • Health/Fitness Centre
  • Kids Eat Free
  • No pets allowed
  • Parking Included
Close
From
 
From
MORE DETAILS


Mumbai City Guide

Visiting Mumbai – A City Guide
Mumbai epitomises cosmopolitan India, cherishing the past while embracing its status as the country’s financial and entertainment hub. Ancient temples stand beside glistening skyscrapers, punctuated by lively street bazaars and Bollywood film studios in what is now the wealthiest city in India.

Mumbai: city layout and top attractions
Mumbai is a collection of former fishing colonies bordered by the Arabian Sea to the west. It divides into two regions: the southern Mumbai City district, and the much larger Mumbai Suburban district in the centre and north.

South Mumbai packs wealth and business into dense, energetic city blocks. It’s also chock-full of famous colonial architectures, museums & galleries, along with some of the best hotels in Mumbai. The western shores harbour ancient fishing villages such as Worli, Bandra and Juhu Koliwada, and is also the home to the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA). The hilly northern area cradles the Sanjay Gandhi National Park.

Minutes away, Art Deco buildings define Marine Drive, also called the “Queen’s Necklace” for its graceful curve around the bay. It loops around to Chowpatty Beach, filled with street performers and open-air stalls selling sugar cane sweets.

The Gateway of India, featuring basalt stone carvings and Jharoka balconies, arches over the waterfront facing Mumbai Harbour.

The concierge recommends…

Eating Out in Mumbai
Mumbai buzzes well into the night, and dinner often starts as late as 9pm. Chefs dish up a mix of eastern and western cuisine, but local dishes are definitely the way to go.

Vegetarian thali platters are popular at Soam on Marine Drive, while classic Indian biryani dishes take centre stage at Delhi Darbar in the Colaba District.

Fresh seafood from the Konkan coast is a local speciality. You can try dishes like butter pepper garlic crab at Trishna in the Fort business district.

Grazing at Mumbai’s ever-popular dhabas and street stalls introduces you to chaats (Indian snacks) such as peppered mango, masala chickpeas and kulfi ice cream. Food stalls dot the Bhendi Bazaar, especially along Khao Galli Road and Mohammad Ali Road.

Maharashtrian dishes made with freshly ground spices, vegetables, lentils and cashews dominate the Thane West and Andheri East neighbourhoods near the airport.

The chef recommends…

  • Dahi puri: A popular street food made with potatoes and rich chutneys such as tamarind, coriander and dates.
  • Vada Pav: A simple creation involving a deep fried potato patty with coriander and spices served with pav.
  • Bombil fry: locally caught fish, flattened, dipped and fried in spice-filled besan flour.
  • Falooda: A creamy Persian-Indian dessert made with pistachios, milk, almonds and rose water, topped with ice cream.

Shopping in Mumbai
Shopping in Mumbai ranges from glitzy designer boutiques to artsy street markets and bazaars selling everything from exotic batik cloth to gold jewellery and antiques.

For upscale western-style clothing, shoes and bags, try Fashion Street and Palladium Mall in South Mumbai, and the Bandra district in the western suburbs.

You can find authentic Indian crafts, fabrics and clothing in Mumbai’s lively street markets. You’ll have to barter for your purchases, but could end up going home with treasures for a fraction of the original asking price.

Mumbai’s best street markets and bazaars

  • At Crawford Market, just above the Fort area, you can pick up home furnishings, knick-knacks and tasty local spices. It’s where many locals shop.
  • Bhendi Bazaar, a few minutes from Crawford, specialises in gold items, while just north in Bhuleshwar, the Zaveri Bazaar sparkles with silver jewellery and ornaments.
  • Mangaldas Market, a bit further north, is draped in colour. Raw silk fabrics, embroidered cloth and handmade textiles sell at rock-bottom prices in more than 1,000 tiny shops.
  • Chor Bazaar, north of the other three markets and nicknamed Thieves Bazaar, is a dizzying outdoor explosion of goods near the commercial district, where you’ll find antiques galore.

Culture & Nightlife in Mumbai
Mumbai has been compared to New York for good reason: it’s brimming with non-stop culture and nightlife. Slick nightclubs spin modern dance music.

The Colaba Causeway invites you to visit cosy gastropubs like Cafe Leopold, or enjoy a quirky art-filled evening with jukebox music at Café Mondegar.

The Colaba Art District showcases Indian art in places like Gallery Maskara. The tiny Chatterjee & Lal gallery features historical material, photographs and landscape paintings.

The National Centre for the Performing Arts at Nariman Point presents experimental theatre, dance and classical music.

You can party with locals and Bollywood glitterati at clubs in central Mumbai and Lower Parel. The open-air lounge at DOME in the Intercontinental Hotel is one of the hot spots along Marine Drive.

Best museums in Mumbai

  • The humble Mani Bhavan Museum on Laburnum Road pays tribute to spiritual leader Mahatma Gandhi. It contains thousands of books and letters, including ones written to Adolf Hitler and Franklin D. Roosevelt.
  • Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Mumbai City Museum, in south Mumbai, is the city’s oldest and grandest museum. The botanical gardens next door are worth a visit too.
  • The Nehru Planetarium in the Worli District mixes intergalactic fun with astrology and spirituality.

Leisure in Mumbai
Mumbai embraces its trendy urban persona, but some of the most popular leisure activities are a world away from the concrete urban districts.

A day trip to Sanjay Gandhi National Park flings open a large area of wilderness with a biodiversity complex, nature trails and the Tiger and Lion Safari. If you’re staying in one of the South Mumbai hotels, it’s about 40 kilometres away, or just 18 kilometres from hotels near Mumbai airport.

Nature and history in Mumbai

  • A short ferry ride from the Gateway of India drops you at the Elephanta Caves to discover ancient Hindu and Buddhist rock art and statues.
  • Kanheri Caves, surrounded by wooded hills and green valleys, is 42 kilometres from South Mumbai and contains some of the area’s finest architecture.

Top Rated Mumbai Hotels


Excellent service throughout
By MelvynS
I returned to this hotel following previous visits over several years. I requested a car to pick me up at the airport which was waiting for me immediately I arrived. Front desk staff were polite and [More] efficient at both check in and check out. My room was clean and comfortable. I would like to thank so many staff for making my stay a pleasant experience from start to finish. In particular I would like to thank Shaker for cleaning my room and providing items as requested. Prashant who provided exceptional service at breakfast and dinner in the restaurant and Pooja in the lounge who offered a warm welcome and polite service. Apologies if I incorrectly wrote your names. I will be returning once again soon and I am more than happy to recommend this hotel for exceptional service. Thanks again. [Less]
Feel like second home
By Mehul
They always recognise you with smiling face at reception. Airport pock up and drop was smooth. Car was clean and gentleman driving car was nice. Arriving at hotel at reception was so nice and very [More] felt warm..!! Miss kiran Chaudhary and Miss Monika. Welcomed with Indian traditional. Room was clean and elegant, with welcome card and a cake. I lived it. Excess to lounge was very wonderful because of Miss Pooja Thimanglu. Cake mixing celebration was awesome and I was invited to that at roof top near Swimmingpool. Mr. Kaushik shah, Mr. Rohit Dalai thank you for wonderful time. Will assure and hoping to see you all staff members and lovely people again at HOLIDAYINN . [Less]
Great hotel fantastic location and large clean room
By AkelaDesi
I was lucky to get a great room within 3 kms of the Mumbai Airport with a oasis of great service and welcoming staff. Keep up the good work. [Less]

Explore Hotels by Interest

Close
Select Check-In Date
Select Check-Out Date
Check Availability

Visit our groups and meetings page  Link will open in new browser window. to find the perfect hotel for your upcoming meeting, event or group of 10 or more rooms. Ready to book 10 or more rooms now? Call 1-800-MEETING (Outside the US? Click here).  Link will open in new browser window.