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#211 Jun 22nd, 2013, 16:35
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You can book from wherever, before you leave home. Advance booking will get you a discount. "google is your friend."
http://www.thelalit.com/the-lalit-mumbai/overview

mahakali, good one, - for those with money - and i'm sure there are many. i will need something from 2am for 2 nights, on arrival, to recover from international flight and avoid getting ill like i've done before, by pressing on out of Mumbai the next morning. Hell expensive, like 20% of the cost of my flight, but...yeah. Hot shower, good food with no hassles, sleep,...steam room,...
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Originally Posted by bjp View Post You can book from wherever, before you leave home. Advance booking will get you a discount. "google is your friend."
http://www.thelalit.com/the-lalit-mumbai/overview
I stayed when this property was managed by Priority Club, It was called Intercontinental. There are in and around the airport properties managed by Marriott, Hyatt, Hilton and Starwood (Sheraton, Le Meridien) all clustered around the rack rate of 150-250USD range for a room.
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Hi!

I'm looking for CHEAP hostel near the airport for morning fly. I'm happy just with a bed on shared room. Better if can i go walking (1-3 kms) or with Airport pickup (less than 1500 if it have aiport pickup). I seen some shared rooms for 250-400 rp, but are far from the aiport.

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There are no hostels like that, certainly not near the airport. Only hotels that do airport runs but they are not cheap or very near airport. Read previous posts, the prices vary, but hotels in Mumbai generally not inexpensive.
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Originally Posted by bjp View Post There are no hostels like that, certainly not near the airport. Only hotels that do airport runs but they are not cheap or very near airport. Read previous posts, the prices vary, but hotels in Mumbai generally not inexpensive.
I found one on cleartrip, metro dormitory and in google maps appear 1,1 km of the airport, but on their website they say its 4,4 km and only 360 rp. For me, walk 4,4 km its not much, but no at 5 am on a city like Mumbai.
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Good. i would not trust it but you can take a chance. 5 am, might be possible to get auto....if hostel person can call a contact, but you will pay more, expect to pay 100.
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ZKRiNG, do you mean to say that you are going to take an early morning flight from Mumbai? Would that be an international or a domestic one?

If international one why not try the midnight buffets at some or the other hotel around the airport. These are open from 00:00 to around 3:00 - 3:30. After that you can take a taxi to the airport to catch your international flight.

A google search gave me a few options for midnight buffet. For example see http://www.urbanrestro.com/restauran...pool-side-vits
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Originally Posted by aarosh View Post ZKRiNG, do you mean to say that you are going to take an early morning flight from Mumbai? Would that be an international or a domestic one?

If international one why not try the midnight buffets at some or the other hotel around the airport. These are open from 00:00 to around 3:00 - 3:30. After that you can take a taxi to the airport to catch your international flight.

A google search gave me a few options for midnight buffet. For example see http://www.urbanrestro.com/restauran...pool-side-vits
Its what i'm looking and yes, its for internationals one. I have the plane tickets at 7 am. For that i'm looking for a close hostel for just sleep some hours and take the plane without problems. For that i search about a just shared bed near of the int. airport or hotel with drop to airport included.

I don't want take the risk of lose the plane. Sure i can find easily a taxi or rickshaw in Mumbai at 5 am, but i'm trying to take the less risk possible. The idea its just make a quick look to Mumbai, walk around, sleep some hours and take the plane to Chennai.

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Originally Posted by ZKRiNG View Post Its what i'm looking and yes, its for internationals one. I have the plane tickets at 7 am. For that i'm looking for a close hostel for just sleep some hours and take the plane without problems. For that i search about a just shared bed near of the int. airport or hotel with drop to airport included.

I don't want take the risk of lose the plane. Sure i can find easily a taxi or rickshaw in Mumbai at 5 am, but i'm trying to take the less risk possible. The idea its just make a quick look to Mumbai, walk around, sleep some hours and take the plane to Chennai.

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Hi - you're going to Chennai? From the domestic airport? There are a few hotels on these sites that are in your price range:

http://www.makemytrip.com/hotels/che...in-mumbai.html

http://www.agoda.com/pages/agoda/def...J2t3s7ROGVRz5u

There are plenty of taxis (and some autos) out at 5 a.m. but mostly near/at the airport. You should make arrangements to be picked up at the hotel if they don't have free drop-off just to make sure that you get to the airport in time for your flight. By the way, the area around the airport(s) is not the best for walking at that time of night/morning.
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Originally Posted by Pani Puri View Post Hi - you're going to Chennai? From the domestic airport? There are a few hotels on these sites that are in your price range:

http://www.makemytrip.com/hotels/che...in-mumbai.html

http://www.agoda.com/pages/agoda/def...J2t3s7ROGVRz5u

There are plenty of taxis (and some autos) out at 5 a.m. but mostly near/at the airport. You should make arrangements to be picked up at the hotel if they don't have free drop-off just to make sure that you get to the airport in time for your flight. By the way, the area around the airport(s) is not the best for walking at that time of night/morning.
Really thanks for all the info i will keep searching options or finally will book one of the recommended on the post.
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Does anyone have an update on hotels near Mumbai airport

I will be in Mumbai in March and will be arriving in the late evening, so I would like to go straight to a hotel and unwind.

Although there are quite a few suggestions for hotels here, they are from a few years back and when I compare the prices quoted here and the prices quoted on their web site, there is quite a difference.

So can someone please post an update and recommend a reasonably priced hotel, which is safe, clean and close to the airport. I don't need luxury, just simple clean and safe, and preferably with a room safe.

I am from Canada, and it will be my first trip to India.

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The Orchid Mumbai (still a good choice?)

I have stayed at The Orchid Mumbai (http://www.orchidhotel.com/) several times while transiting through Mumbai, but this was years ago. My experience there was good. I will likely stay there again on an upcoming trip unless anyone has a suggestion for something better at a similar price (INR 6,500).

Any more up to date recommendations? I will be traveling with my wife and 1-year old baby.

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Michael
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