Mumbai, the city of dreams, Bollywood, fashion, millionaires and billionaires is also the financial capital of the country. This vibrant city is home to some of the grandest colonial∼era architecture, markets, temples, restaurants and a happening nightlife. The strategic location of our hotel makes us easily accessible from many major places of interest that you can explore during your stay with us.
The Gateway of India is an architectural landmark in the city that tells the tales of a bygone era. This splendid monument that was constructed to commemorate King George V and Queen Mary‘s visit to India in 1911 overlooks the vast Arabian Sea. Standing tall at 26 meters, the structure was built by following an Indo-Saracenic form of architecture. It is now a favourite place to hangout for the tourists and locals alike while admiring the beauty of the never ending sea.
Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus is one of the busiest railway stations in the country but what sets it apart is that it‘s a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The building is a brilliant example of Victorian Gothic form of architecture. It was built in the year 1887 to observe the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria. Its marvelous facade makes it a must visit destination in Mumbai.
Haji Ali Dargah is one of the most revered religious places in Mumbai. This 400 year old structure is the tomb of the famous Muslim Saint Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari. A visit here could be an enriching and spiritualistic experience which will definitely give you some peace of mind.
Mumbai has a long coastline which is why there are many beautiful beaches in the city and Juhu beach is one of the most prominent and sought after beaches of them. It is a posh area with many celebrity‘s homes in front of it. The lip-smacking street food served by the stalls here, the never ending sea, and cool breeze definitely makes it a must visit destination.
The Marine Drive also known as the Queen‘s Necklace is a 4 km long boulevard which is flocked by both tourists and locals. At night the bird‘s eye view of the stretch along with the lights makes it look like a necklace, hence the name. In the evenings, people come here to relax and admire the magnificent view or just to take a walk while admiring the vast Arabian Sea.
Located at a distance of about 9 kilometers from 'Gateway of India, the' Elephanta Island is a prominent tourist destination in Mumbai. It is home to a host of rock-cut temples with intricate and impressive carvings. The Shiva temple is a magnificent structure full of halls, courtyards, shrines and pillars with a 6 meters tall statue of Lord Shiva.