They say it just takes one ride on a local train to figure out the high-powered Mumbai vibe. Mumbai is a city that has welcomed visitors from far and wide. Without a doubt, Mumbai is India’s commercial capital and is one of the major port cities in the country. Mumbai's is often identified as the most vibrant and cosmopolitan Indian city, signified by the presence of Bollywood (the Hindi film industry). In fact, Mumbai was originally a cluster of seven islands on the Konkan coastline which were eventually knit together to form the island city of Bombay. Mumbai is adjudged the fashion, entertainment and commercial nucleus of India, making it the headquarters of many a business organization. As such, it attracts an abundance of business travelers. Business hotels in Mumbai are rightfully placed close to the major business districts/corporate offices such as the Powai, Peninsula, and Synergy Business Parks. The functionality of these hotels has been designed in such a manner so as to cater to the requirements of business travelers. The best business hotels in Mumbai offer free WiFi, have in-house conference halls/rooms, are easily accessible and facilitate instant check-in and check-out process. Business hotels, by and large, have in-house restaurants serving three meals a day. They may also have a dedicated health-club (with gym, sauna and swimming pool) to let guests relax after a hectic day’s work. Even business travelers need their share of loosening up. They would also want to explore the fun side of the city. Oberoi, Infiniti, Inorbit, and Palladium are a few malls worth the visit. Organize a business meal at one of the excellent restaurants in the city such as Seasonal Tastes, Mirchi & Mime, Seven Kitchens, Celini or Sea Lounge at the Taj. While in Mumbai, you’re never going to run out of spots to conduct business meetings.
“Air conditioning was stopped working late night.
Wash basin tap no water.
No toiletries given.
No tea bags or coffee satches were placed near kettle.
Breakfast items were not displayed properly.
Was not given back 6 rs as there was shortage of coins.“
“The hotel was very immaculately clean and the rooms were also very comfortable.The staff was courteous .The restaurant attached to the hotel served yummy Rajasthanni Thali. Overall a value for money stay with all amenities .“
“One of the better properties I've stayed at during my travels. Great value for money, good location (atleast for me) and well connected to Malad station as well as the Western express highway. Its situated amidst a bustling locality and has good restaurants around one can order from if you got b“ ored of their own in-house restaurant food which is quite nice. They have a chaat, street sandwich place which opens at 4 in the evening and is great to try out some local street food as well.
The rooms are nice and spacious and so are the bathrooms which is quite unlike most small hotels in Mumbai. The room I had taken was given two separate beds and was well maintained and matched my expectations for the kind of money I spent. They also are extremely courteous people and know their way around managing their customers well. Their breakfast (included in my room stay) was nice and simple and had quite a few options including south India, local maharashtrian and continental cuisines.
“Excellent service. Polite helpful pleasant staff. Room service good. Breakfast excellent. Reminding us our Chennai home. Management was very good and professional and helpful. Comment that no tea service early morning“
-RameshcandraJoshi, 1 Dec 2019
Questions & Answers about Business Hotels in Mumbai
I am visiting Mumbai for some business in East Bandra. Could you suggest one good business hotel in the area?