9th October 2014 at 17:18 #454662
Anonymous9th October 2014 at 17:18 #454663
Can anyone suggest a good hotel for extended stays around Mumbai airport, Goregaon or Malad?9th October 2014 at 17:35 #454664
Are you looking for a 3,4 or 5 star property and how close do you need to be near Bandra and/or South Bombay?9th October 2014 at 18:52 #454665
The only hotel I know in the area is the Novotel Juhu. I am sure it would welcome long-term guests julian.9th October 2014 at 18:59 #454666
The Novotel brand is respectable and most four star hotels in India are much better than their counterparts in the UK.
Juhu is a more relaxed part of Bombay and probably a safe bet.10th October 2014 at 15:49 #454667
Thanks to those who have replied.
I work at Mindspace, so I’m looking for something north of the airport, and access to Bandra or the south is not a priority. Currently staying at the Westin, but looking at alternatives.10th October 2014 at 21:12 #454668
I don’t know this part of the world at all, but it never ceases to amaze me how, no matter how remote a part of the world, one of our contributors has been there. What a well travelled bunch we are!10th October 2014 at 22:58 #454669
I have usually stayed at the trident bandra Kurla and found it good.11th October 2014 at 03:01 #454670
May I recommend the Grand Hyatt
Located close to the Domestic Airport and much easier to commute to Mind Space than from any hotel located in Juhu, add to the fact that the hotel has options for long stay guests, some of the best Italian you can ever eat, a fantastic 24 hour Gym, a small shopping mall inside the hotel, and a massive property itself.
I am partial to Hyatt but guests that have stayed here before want to return every time to the same hotel..
Enjoy My Favorite City !!.
Moadweeb.11th October 2014 at 09:56 #454671
There are actually two Hyatts, one near the domestic terminal and one near the OLD international terminal. The latter Hyatt is smaller but comfortable and appealing. Rumour has it that the night club there is frequented by stewardesses on lay overs.12th October 2014 at 07:11 #454672
Both the Hyatts are good, and are always my first choice (which one I choose depends on where I am heading to). If you stay at the Grand Hyatt, you can walk around the hotel (clockwise is best) to get to a street market which I always enjoy browsing12th October 2014 at 15:19 #454673
Thanks to everyone who has replied. It sounds like the Hyatt is worth considering!12th October 2014 at 15:50 #454674
Am not overly familiar with Mumbai, however the few times I have needed an extended stay elsewhere I have opted for serviced apartments.
The advantages can be:
– Much Larger size for usually similar price hotel equivalent.
– Often there are guest facilities eg Pull out bed/sofa at no extra cost.
– The apartment community is more stable and business orientated which can help build networks/social aspects.13th October 2014 at 07:38 #454675
Julian – if proximity is a consideration, you could consider Grand Sarovar Premiere, which is within 1km of Mindspace, and a decent 4* property. Not sure of long stays though.
Like BigDog mentioned, serviced apartments could be a good option for long stays. You could check on booking.com for apartments in western suburbs, which throws out some options including the oakwood mentioned above.
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