Apartment In Mumbai, City Centre
- Type : City apartment
- Maharashtra / hotels in mumbai
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This Mumbai homestay is located in the center of Mumbai city, in an area called Mahim. Siddhivinayak Temple, Hinduja Hospital, Lilavati Hospital, Shivaji Park, Dadar Station, Worli Sea Face, Haji Ali, Nehru Planetarium, Bandra, Band Stand, Carter Road, Linking Road are all located in the vicinity.
The Apartment In Mumbai – City Centre has a shared kitchen that features kitchenware, a microwave, mixer and refrigerator. The property offers free Wifi. The revered Shree Siddhivinayak Ganapati Temple is just 2 km away. It is 1.2 km from the Dadar Railway Station and 10 km from Chhatrapati Shivaji International Mumbai Airport.
This Mumbai homestay has 2 rooms and the tariff ranges from Rs.2400 to Rs.4800 for one bedroom per night. The tariff includes complimentary tea/coffee twice a day.
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Rooms 2 rooms
This Mumbai homestay has a Standard Room of 203 sq. feet. The room can accommodate maximum 2 adults on its queen size bed. The room has Air-conditioner, Fan, curtains, TV, 2 side tables, & an attached bathroom with shower exclusively for the guest. They also have a family room of 266 sq. feet that can accommodate maximum 4 adults on the 2 King size beds. The room has Air-conditioner, Fan, curtains, TV, and a study table. However, this room does not have an attached bathroom. The bathroom is in the apartment and is a shared bathroom.
Tea and coffee are provided complimentary. Guests are free to use the kitchen for cooking or order from/explore the nearby restaurants in the area for culinary experience.
Ajay, being a local, directly attends the guests – from key exchanges, to cleaning, repairs, and anything in between. The Apartment is fully furnished and have all the amenities of home! He has been in the travel industry for more than 15 years and would like share his travel experience with all those who want to feel safe within India.
Suggested Activity #1 Heritage tour
The old heritage buildings of Mumbai are some of the most charming structures built on Indian soil. Most of these buildings have pages of history attached to them. Like the Bombay House that has been the head office of the Tata Group since 1924. It is among these lanes that you’ll find the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) which was once India’s tallest tower. These quaint lanes dotted with famous Irani restaurants and cafes and add further to the charms of an area that has historically had the highest density of millionaires in the country! Historical buildings such as the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) that was formerly called the Victoria Terminus (VT) and the Asiatic Society Library draw a considerable number of tourists towards their fold.
Suggested Activity #2 Ferry ride to Elephanta Caves
A ferry ride on the Arabian Sea is a must especially for those who haven’t experienced deep waters. The sight of no land around you while you’re standing on the deck of a wobbly boat is quite an adventure in itself. The Elephanta Island is famous for the Elephanta Caves, a designated world heritage site. Colaba, the area around the Gateway of India, is a great place to hang out at any time of the day. So after you’re back from the ferry ride and still in a mood to explore, there are a lot of thing you can do here. From unwinding over a cup of latte at Starbucks behind the Taj hotel to feasting on some great sizzlers at the Alps restaurant. Leopold’s, Mondegar and Bade Miyaan are also in the vicinity.
Suggested Activity #3 Sunrise / Sunset at the seafront
Mumbai derives its character from the great sea shores that offer instant relief from the daily grinds of city life. Some of the most popular beaches / seafronts in Mumbai are located at Juhu, Girgaum and Bandra. The Juhu and Girgaum beaches are popularly known as ‘Chowpatty’ and the seafront to go for while in Bandra is the Bandra Bandstand where you’ll find hordes of fans waiting outside Shahrukh Khan’s as well as Salman Khan’s residence. The Juhu and Girgaum chowpattys are fun places to visit in the evenings where the environment is akin to that of a carnival especially on weekends. The favorite thing to do here is to binge on the famous ‘chowpatty bhelpuris’. On the other hand the Bandra Bandstand is a quieter place fit for an evening stroll and settling down for a cup of coffee by the sea.
Suggested Activity #3 Visit Marine Drive
Marine drive is Mumbai’s most famous landmark along with the Gateway of India and the Taj hotel. But sitting idle and staring at the waves is something you can do endlessly. That’s the beauty of Marine drive. After sunset the famous road lights up with thousands of street lamps and it is this view of the road from the top that is referred to as ‘Queen’s necklace’.