To say that Mumbai (formerly Bombay) is ‘big’ is an understatement — after all, aside from its dense population, it also has a huge landmass to boot. To add, it is also a pulsating metropolis that’s known for being the heart of the Bollywood film industry. Sure enough, there is a LOT to experience and witness here! So when you drop by for a memorable exploration, below is the ultimate list of the best hostels and hotels in Mumbai.
Best Hotels in Mumbai
» Best Budget Hotels in Mumbai «
Located at a walking distance from the city’s famoust CST train station, this is an affordable hostel great for backpackers as it offers mixed dorms and private rooms per your comfort.
What to love: Lounge terrace
Address: 26, Adi Marzban Path behind Cafe Universal, Ballard Estate
Closest landmark: CST Train Station
Price starts from: $10~
The are where this hostel is located is great if you’re interested in Mumbai’s nightlife; and of course, the hostel has the basic amenities that you’ll need at a cheap price!
What to love: Free bikes for use
Address: Main Avenue Krishna Kunj Annexe, Santacruz
Closest landmark: Khar Gymkhana
Price starts from: $11~
This hostel has everything a backpacker would dream of: comfy beds, common kitchen, free WiFi, and a location that’s near the highlights of the city! You’ll love your stay with them.
What to love: Prime location
Address: Plot No. 186, Shaheed Bhagat Singh Society, Andheri East
Closest landmark: Chakala Metro Station
Price starts from: $12~
This is the biggest and liveliest backpacker hostel in Mumbai and you will love not only its ‘vibe’ but also its charming Bollywood-themed rooftop! You bet this is one of the best-for-value places you can get in the city.
What to love: Each rooms have a terrace
Address: Karotra Niwas, Off Milatery Road
Closest landmark: Prime Academy School
Price starts from: $12~
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» Best Mid-Range Hotels in Mumbai «
You will love the clean boutique-ish design of the hotel which also has ample amenities to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Plus, with the proximity of CST, you’re bound to be near of any of Mumbai’s top spots!
What to love: Prime location
Address: 26 Rustom Sidhwa Marg, Corner of D.N. Road, Fort
Closest landmark: CST Railway Station
Price starts from: $50~
Located near Inorbit Mall, this is one of the hotels in Mumbai that offers basic amenities with added features like an outdoor pool and lounge with hot tub — perfect for relaxation after a day of exploring the city.
What to love: The area which is newly-developed
Address: Plot No.31A,Sector 24,Opp.Mafco Market,Vashi, Navi Mumbai
Closest landmark: Sanpada Railway Station
Price starts from: $60~
Situated in Mumbai’s Lokhandwala Complex, it offers 4 dining options and spacious well-designed rooms. If you ask me, I especially loved the fact that they offer FREE rental of iPads, Wii, and PS3 gaming consoles!
What to love: The modern rooms and interiors
Address: SAB TV Road, Off Link Road, Andheri (West)
Closest landmark: Infinity Mall
Price starts from: $85~
As one of the art boutique hotels in Mumbai, it features varying Indian artworks and design as inspired by local mythology to make your stay extra special. Not to mention, it has a great location in the bustling city!
What to love: Food and gift surprises during your stay
Address: 14 Union Park, Khar (W)
Closest landmark: Pali Hill
Price starts from: $90~
This 4-star hotel has 3 dining options, 24-hour concierge services and amenities that feature modern decor. If you need to be close to the airport, this is a good place to check in to for your stay.
What to love: Located close to the airport
Address: Andheri Kurla Raod, Marol Andheri E
Closest landmark: The Leela Kempinski
Price starts from: $100~
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» Best Luxury Hotels in Mumbai «
If you’re looking for amazing views and a lush staycation, staying here at the Westin will be a wise choice for you. You’ll not only get to enjoy the nearby Oberoi Mall but as well as their other well-appointed amenities.
What to love: The landscaped swimming pool
Address: International Business Park, Oberoi Garden City
Closest landmark: Oberoi Shopping Mall
Price starts from: $135~
This is one of the luxurious hotels in Mumbai that boasts exquisite rooms and suites with city views for its guests. After all, it reflects regal grandeur by blending old-world charm with modern elements.
What to love: The hotel amenities
Address: Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Road, Parel
Closest landmark: Lower Parel railway station
Price starts from: $150~
This is one of the popular luxury hotels in Mumbai that enjoys a strategic location in BKC (Bandra Kurla Complex). You’re sure to celebrate the finer things in life if you get to spend your Mumbai staycation here!
What to love: The outdoor pool
Address: C-57, Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra
Closest landmark: Bandra Kurla Complex
Price starts from: $160~
Built in 1903, this iconic hotel stands majestically opposite the famous Gateway of India. Sprawled over 2.6 acres, it also boasts 10 restaurants and an array of rooms with Indian-inspired decor and architecture.
What to love: The prime location
Address: Apollo Bunder Road The Taj Mahal Palace, Colaba
Closest landmark: Gateway of India
Price starts from: $230~
This luxury hotel enjoys an unrivalled position on the exclusive Marine Drive whilst offering unparalleled views of the ocean — surely a great respite from the bustling Mumbai-scape.
What to love: The picturesque atrium lobby
Address: Nariman Point , Nariman Point
Closest landmark: Gandhi monument
Price starts from: $240~
I hope this article helped save you the time and effort when looking for the best places to stay in Mumbai.
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