Following Maharashtra government’s recent directive, The Oberoi Group has announced the reopening of The Oberoi, Mumbai; Trident Nariman Point, Mumbai and Trident Bandra Kurla, Mumbai.

A contactless stay experience is being promoted across these properties:

Check-in and checkout

An e-mail with a link to register online and submit photo identity proofs is sent to guests prior to arrival. Government-mandated self-declaration forms are available through a QR code / URL displayed at the front desk which the guests can access on their personal devices.

Likewise, for checkout, invoices are made available to guests on their personal devices through e-mail along with a digital payment link to minimise contact.

QR code display at concierge and hotel cars

Guests can scan the QR code to access information about the city, places of interest and local maps. Selection of music, hotel and city highlights, experiences at the hotel, connecting to wifi in the car and the hotel’s magazine can be viewed by scanning the code.


Scan the QR code to access menus. Alternatively, you can ask the server to provide an iPad menu. The iPads are sanitised after every guest usage.

All dishes will be pre-portioned as per the number of diners on the table.

The option of contactless payment is available. Scan the QR code to access the online payment gateway.

Enjoy a staycation at The Oberoi, Mumbai with Weekend Escapes offer.  Available for stays from Thursday to Sunday, the deal includes accommodation with flexible check-in and checkout timings, daily breakfast, discounts on F&B and laundry services. Prices start at ₹9,900.

Check out the Trident Staycations offer to avail special benefits at Trident Nariman Point, Mumbai and Trident Bandra Kurla, Mumbai.

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