reservations

UNLCOK MUMBAI WITH US

CITY ATTRACTIONS

Built on what was once an archipelago of seven islands, Mumbai has a story of its own to narrate to its visitors. In the third century B.C, the seven islands formed part of the Maurya Empire which later came under the control of the successive indigenous dynasties. The Delhi Sultanate annexed the islands in 1347–48 and controlled it until 1407 afterwhich they passed it onto the Gujarat Sultanate.

 

The growing apprehensive of the power of the Mughal Empire lead the sultan of the Gujarat Sultanate to sign the Treaty of Bassein with the Portuguese Empire and the islands, thus, became Portugese territories. In 1661, the marriage treaty of Charles II of England and Catherine Braganza, daughter of King John IV of Portugal, placed the islands in possession of the English Empire, as part of Catherine's dowry to Charles. 

Read More
  • HOTELS

    2

City Attractions

MARINE DRIVE

Officially known as Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Marg, Marine drive is a long boulevard which stretches from Nariman Point to Malabar Hills.

Designed as an inverted 'C'-shaped six lane road in southern Mumbai, the Marine drive runs along the coast of the Arabian Sea. Known for a large number of Art Deco buildings that were built by wealthy Parsis during the early 20th century, this necklace-shaped stretch is worth exploring. Listed among the most posh areas of the city, Marine Drive also features many high-end hotels and restaurants..Open 24 hours, Marine Drive attracts millions of tourists every year.

Know More

MARINE DRIVE

Officially known as Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Marg, Marine drive is a 3-kilometre long boulevard which stretches from Nariman Point to Malabar Hills. Designed as an inverted 'C'-shaped six lane road in southern Mumbai, the Marine drive runs along the coast of the Arabian Sea.

Known for a large number of Art Deco buildings that were built by wealthy Parsis during the early 20th century, this necklace-shaped stretch is worth exploring. Listed among the most posh areas of the city, Marine Drive also features many high-end hotels and restaurants..Open 24 hours, Marine Drive attracts millions of tourists every year.

Shree Siddhivinayak Temple

Dedicated to Lord Siddhivinayak, a form of Lord Ganesha, the Temple of Shree Siddhivinayak is one of Mumbai's holiest places.

Located strategically in Prabhadev, this temple is often visited by Bollywood stars and other celebrities. Today, Siddhivinayak Temple is a palace-like six-storey structure that flaunts a central gold-plated dome. Exhibiting small crowns made of gold and panchadhatu in the main dome, the wooden doors of the sanctum are seen carved with images of Ashtavinayakam (eight forms of Lord Ganesha). Ganesha Chaturthi and various other festivals are celebrated with pomp and show at Siddhivinayak temple every year. Open all days to visit, one must ensure that they are present during the aarti that is performed everyday from 07:00 pm to 08:15 pm.

Know More

Shree Siddhivinayak Temple

Dedicated to Lord Siddhivinayak, a form of Lord Ganesha, the Temple of Shree Siddhivinayak is one of Mumbai's holiest places. Located strategically in Prabhadev, this temple is often visited by Bollywood stars and other celebrities. Today, Siddhivinayak Temple is a palace-like six-storey structure that flaunts a central gold-plated dome.

Exhibiting small crowns made of gold and panchadhatu in the main dome, the wooden doors of the sanctum are seen carved with images of Ashtavinayakam (eight forms of Lord Ganesha). Ganesha Chaturthi and various other festivals are celebrated with pomp and show at Siddhivinayak temple every year. Open all days to visit, one must ensure that they are present during the aarti that is performed everyday from 07:00 pm to 08:15 pm.

HAJI ALI DARGAH

Recognized widely as a celebrated Islamic shrine, this white edifice is nestled on a small islet that lies away from the city's shoreline.

The reason behind the popularity and prominence of this dargah is that it houses the tombstone of Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari. Replicating a perfect example of Mughal style of architecture with imposing white minarets and a large marble-covered entrance, the dargah organizes every year, an urs (death anniversary) of Haji Ali where soul-stirring qawwalis are performed. Visitors can go and visit this dargah anyday between 06:00 am to 10:00 pm.

Know More

HAJI ALI DARGAH

Recognized widely as a celebrated Islamic shrine, which has earned immense recognition across the globe, this white edifice is nestled on a small islet that lies away from the city's shoreline, almost in the middle of the Arabian Sea. The reason behind the popularity and prominence of this dargah is that it houses the tombstone of Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari.

Replicating a perfect example of Mughal style of architecture with imposing white minarets and a large marble-covered entrance, the dargah organizes every year, an urs (death anniversary) of Haji Ali where soul-stirring qawwalis are performed. Visitors can go and visit this dargah anyday between 06:00 am to 10:00 pm.

GATEWAY OF INDIA

The Gateway of India is an emblematic landmark not only in Mumbai but in the entire country.

Located on the southern part of the city, the gateway overlooks the splendid Arabian Sea. This magnificent edifice was constructed to memorialize King George V and Queen Mary's visit to India in 1911. Designed by George Wittet, it took around 13 years to complete the project of building the beautiful Gateway of India which is open 24*7, treating as a must visit for anyone who visits Mumbai.

Know More

GATEWAY OF INDIA

The Gateway of India is an emblematic landmark not only in Mumbai but in the entire country. Located on the southern part of the city, the gateway overlooks the splendid Arabian Sea. This magnificent edifice was constructed to memorialize King George V and Queen Mary's visit to India in 1911.

Designed by George Wittet, it took around 13 years to complete the project of building the beautiful Gateway of India which is open 24*7, treating as a must visit for anyone who visits Mumbai.

Find a hotel

Stay At
Check IN
Stay At
New Delhi
Check IN
New Delhi
Check OUT

Details

Stay At
New Delhi
Check IN
Check OUT
Find