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#1 Oct 29th, 2003, 03:08
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Hotel at/near Mumbai Airport
Have you recently stayed at a hotel close to or at Mumbai Airport, either the domestic or the international terminal? Can you recommend any hotel?
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#2 Oct 29th, 2003, 04:10
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I stay regularly at the Ashwin Hotel and the Silver Inn in Andheri, very close to the airports. They are across the street from each other and are three-stars, 1200 rupees, A/C, restaurant. I book them at the Hotel Bookings Desk on arrival at the airport and avail myself of their free transportation. I can dig up their phone numbers if you want to book in advance; just let me know.
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I stayed at Hotel Atithi on the way in and out of India and found it quite acceptable. I believe it is a three star hotel. It's *very* (5 min. walk) close to the Domestic airport, which is why I chose to stay here.

They delivered a complementary bowl of ice cream the night I arrived, which I found odd albeit kind of them. I ordered a plate of rajma (spicy beans) which was the most delicious Indian meal I had ever eaten.

They were very helpful with regard to airport transfers, though
I couldn't locate the driver when I arrived into Bombay. By some miracle, I ran into two other Americans who were also staying at the hotel, and they helped me locate the driver

Hotel Atithi
77, A&B, Nehru Road, Vile Parle (E).
Tel: (022) 6116124
Fax: (022) 6111998
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Cool cheap lodging near mumbai airport

Hi, everybody!
Leaving India 12/12/03 Anybody happens to know about some cheap lodging near the International Airport in Mumbai? Because when I just arrived, I spent the night at the Airport Hotel - most horrible place you can imagine, and was charged 60$....
Also, maybe someone can advise me where to go if I just have one day in Mumbai? (just don't send me to the Lonely planet book - I lost it)
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#5 Dec 3rd, 2003, 01:12
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Mumbai Hotels near the Airport

I stayed at Hotel Athiti near the Airport for $39 (1870 rupees) a night and had a great experience. They were very good about transporting me to and from the airport. It's only 1/2 km from the Domestic terminal so you could actually walk there if you wanted to.

I recently posted about this hotel - see below:

http://www.indiamike.com/india/showt...9117#post19117

Hope this helps!
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I know we have a Mumbaiite member on board here and I would really like to know his recommendation for somewhere very close to the airport.

Dinka, I have probably stayed at like 10-15 different hotels in Mumbai so far, the priciest being the airport Centaur. I think all those buildings have done their time. For a star hotel I found Centaur's bathtub disappointing. IF am forced to recommend some place then four seasons (juhu tara road) is one and it's close to the airport. The other is Celeste in Colaba. The suite there costs 1300 or thereabouts but I have no idea what the regular rooms are like for Rs.1100.
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heh avkaash I think you are directing him to a place he detests
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Thanks, everybody
And by the way - if any of you are around Tamil Nadu, it's a MUST
visiting Kuttallam and bathing in the waterfalls !!!
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stay near Mumbai airport

hello,
i will be landing at Bombay International by early morning flight[as most of them fly in]. it gets chaotic at that time. I want to know beforehand about any cheap/reasonable place to stay, instead of looking around for a place/room at that dawn. i want to stay somewhere around the airport or Andheri, but not very close too.Any Bombaywallah/mumbaikar here?
plz dont suggest me Leela or Marrriot.

Thanks
bhola
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Sameish Thing

I land in Bombay at 11:30 at night, and will be alone, can someone recommend somewhere to stay for that first night, perferably a place that is super easy to get to and somewhere I can make a reservation. I'm coming off a long flight and havn't ever been to India before so simple is key. I have visions of getting really lost and confused and would love to try and avoid that.

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Not sure of your budget, I was traveling there for business. Stayed at the Grand Hyatt Mumbai. They had a driver there waiting for me. It can be very intimidating if it is your first trip to India. Cost for the Grand Hyatt is around $100 USD. This place is beautiful, under a year old, built March 2004, clean and very comfy beds.
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Mumbai has one airport but two terminals, domestic and international. They are quite apart, atleast 20-30 mins in a taxi. There are inter-terminal buses available.

Nr the International airport you will find lots of 5 star hotels, viz Leela, INtercontinental Grand, Hyatt, Meridien and Grand Maratha Sheraton. These are very close to the airport. Little further away is Kohinoor and one more, 3-4 star hotels.

Nr the Domestic airport there are more 2-4 star hotels. Bawa INternational, Airport Hotel, Orchid, one more opposite Orchid and next to Bawa, and more small hotels for which you may or may not find internet listings.

Remember that the two terminals are not in the same place!! Sahar (international) and Santa Cruz (Domestic).

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Hyatt Regency Mumbai

My husband and I stayed at the Hyatt Regency Mumbai just last week. It is directly off the road to the international airport...it took us maybe 5 minutes. A driver will pick you up so that you don't have to worry about transportation. I loved this hotel...it is very contemporary yet comfortable, and has a rain shower in the bathroom. The restaurants are good as well. There is another Hyatt nearby that I have not been to, but this Hyatt is very close to the airport, which would be nice after a long trip.
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For a short (20 hour) stay in Mumbai I chose The Hotel Four Seasons, a 3-star hotel at Juhu Beach. About 20 min from the airport (depending on traffic). It has reasonable facilities for the price and it is just a short walk away from popular Juhu Beach -- a local holiday spot. The hotel had its own well-marked van for (free) airport transportation. The room was clean though the shower facilities were somewhat disappointing (low pressure, limited hot water & a combined shower/bathroom set up). If I were to go again, I would probably look for a better value but I wouldn't hesitate to stay there again if I couldn't find anything better. I also landed and took off in the middle of the night and found their airport transportation to be organized and reliable.
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Question Hotel/ Mumbai Airport

I will be arriving in Mumbai late at night. Would like a good cheap (under 1000rp) hotel near the airport for the night.
Can anyone help?
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