Top 5 Luxury Hotels in Mumbai
Mumbai is the financial capital of India. It is one of the most important and busiest metropolitan cities. Being called as the city of dreams, it is popular as the wish granting city. People from all over the country flock this city in the hope of ‘making it big’ someday. Having said all this, we can quite get the idea that the city might always be alive with activity. And true to the expectation, life never seems to come to a halt here.
Being such an amazing and happening place, this city receives a lot of tourist traffic- be it for sightseeing or business engagements. And many of these travellers look out for the finest luxury accommodations to stay in so as to feel the comfort and ease of home. So here is the list to guide future visitors about the best luxury hotels in Mumbai:
1. ITC Grand Central
This hotel, undisputedly, has been rated as the top luxury hotel in Mumbai. It is one marvel under the aegis of ITC group of hotels and will be worth a stay for the people who would love to have a taste of luxury in Mumbai city. The hotel looks grand as it stands as a tall building in beautiful surroundings. All the modern facilities are provided to the guests combines with opulent hospitality experience. Wide range of international cuisines at the restaurant of the hotel will appeal to variety of tastes as per the guests’ preference.
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2. The Lalit
It is located in Andheri- one of the fastest developing business centres in Mumbai. Being a biggie in the hospitality industry, The Lalit never fails to give rich, peaceful and luxurious stay experience at a city which is known for its never ending hustle- bustle. The interiors are eye pleasing and extremely appealing. Having a number of restaurants and bars to choose from, wine & dine in here will be unmatched. Moreover, one can get the feel of a perfect Bollywood experience as the hotel also has a Box Office for a grand movie theatre experience.
3. Four Seasons Hotel
This hotel in Mumbai praises the modern contemporary lifestyle by the way of its excellent interior work. Starting from rooms till lighting, everything speaks of style and panache. Floor- to- ceiling windows from where you can get spectacular view of Arabian sea and also the skyline will make you go wow in awe! One of the features that sets Four Seasons apart from its competitors is the spacious suites making the guests feel relaxed and at ease in their space. The hotel also boats of aromatic and rejuvenating spa experiences in its enclosure.
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4. InterContinental Marine Drive
Located close to one of the most visited tourist spots in Mumbai, the Nariman Point, InterContinental Marine Drive is a boutique hotel for the people looking for a plush and majestic accommodation in the heart of Mumbai. Talking about the surroundings, InterContinental offers breath-taking views of Arabian Sea and on the top of it services of the hotel, be it the fitness centre, dining services or roof top swimming pool, will all be par excellence. The hotel also offers special services for business travellers. You can also experience the crunchy roadside delights of Mumbai or you can take a Mumbai Street Food Tour.
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5. Vivanta by Taj – President
This one is for the people who love classic luxury hotels. The hotel is equipped to serve its guests with all the ultra-modern facilities and interiors are sleek and speak of comfort. It is for out of the box services that this hotel is one of the best luxury hotels in Mumbai- guests can request for the arrangement of meal from the famous Konkan Cafe on prior notice (coconut rich coastal cuisine), guests can also be the bartender at Wink bar for one hour and design their own cocktail for others to savour!
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