HOTELS IN MUMBAI NEAR KURLA RAILWAY STATION
Serving Mumbai since 1879, Kurla Railway station is one amongst the oldest railway stations in India and is a busy station on Central and Harbour lines in Mumbai. Kurla is located in East Mumbai and has a blend of commercial properties, residential estates, complexes and slums that surround this area. It is approximately 12 kilometres from Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport. The station divides the locality into Kurla East and Kurla West. Travelling in this part of the city is quiet an easy task with umpteen BEST buses, cabs and autos. Hotels near Kurla Railway Station are majorly two and three-star properties, family hotels and business hotels that provide huge rooms and impeccable service. Those looking for inexpensive accommodation can opt for service apartments or budget hotels near Kurla Railway Station. Most of the Treebo properties provide complimentary breakfast, Wi-Fi, laundry services, travel help desk, conference rooms and party hall for a small gathering. A multi-cuisine restaurant is something you will find in all hotels. Besides, to explore other options one can visit popular places of this locality, namely Pizza express, Shalimar Restaurant, Barbeque Nation, Bombay Burgers and Siddhi Vinayak Dabeli Corner and a lot more. Those who love shopping will surely enjoy to the maximum as this locality is loaded with places where you can shop all day long. A few very well known places where good stuff can be bought are Phoenix Paragon Plaza, Phoenix Marketcity, Orchid City Centre, Parle Square, East Point Mall, R City Mall and Kohinoor City Mall. Victoria Garden Church, Darul Quran Wa Sunnah Masjid, Sri Lakshmi Nrisimha Mandir and Chinchpokli Cha Chintamani Mandap are the well-known places of worship of the town located in Kurla. Other tourist attractions in this locality are Kurla Aquarium, Mahim Fort, Holy Cross Church and Snow World. There are a handful of places around Mumbai that are ideal for a weekend getaway and are worth a try. A few to name are Daman, Lonavala, Khandala, Matheran and Malshej.