This iconic Mumbai hotel continues to live up to its reputation of being one of the world’s best hotels with its elegant and expansive suites, views over the Mumbai skyline and Arabian Sea and excellent service.
The Oberoi Mumbai stands tall at the southern tip of the city, a few steps away from the National Centre for Performing Arts (NCPA) and in the heart of Nariman Point, Mumbai’s business district.
Marine Drive (The Queen’s Necklace, as the long curving stretch of road is called), its elegant Art Deco buildings and the Arabian Sea are just across the road. Restaurants, major tourist attractions including museums, shopping and the heritage buildings of Mumbai’s Fort area are all a few minutes’ walk away. Public transport is easily available, including taxis.
Style & character
The understated elegance of the atrium lobby with its tall windows overlooking the sea, the red grand piano and contemporary seating is echoed around the hotel. Original art and sculptural water-bodies add to the sophisticated ambience. Seating in the lobby has been designed to facilitate informal meetings given the hotel’s location and it’s business facilities.
Service & facilities
Professional and flawless as you would expect from one of India’s most iconic hotels. The 24-hour services include in-room dining, personalised butler service (including female butlers for female guests travelling alone), the Oberoi Spa and fitness centre and dedicated non-smoking floors. There’s also a 24-hour concierge laundry and travel desk service. The Oberoi boasts of one of Mumbai’s first in-house luxury retail arcades.
The outdoor pool has a bar service. There’s a business centre and guest rooms can be converted into temporary offices. Rooms have plug points that fit every international socket, HDMI and USB charging sockets, and access to complimentary Wi-Fi for up to four devices.
- Fitness centre
- Room service
There are 287 luxurious guest rooms including 73 suites with expansive views either over the water or ‘city views’ overlooking Nariman Point. The rooms are adorned with specially-commissioned paintings and lithographs, mother-of-pearl cabinetry, dark oak floors and touches of silk in the upholstery. The bathrooms are massive and include a freestanding bathtub, a separate shower and a television. Electronically controlled blackout roller blinds and double-glazed windows offer a tough buffer against the Mumbai street noise.
Food & drink
Guests have several dining options to choose from. Ziya is the contemporary Indian speciality restaurant, with a menu designed by the Michelin-starred chef Vineet Bhatia. The Italian restaurant Vetro has an attached wine library. There is also an all-day dining space, the Champagne Lounge, a patisserie, a delicatessen and the chic Eau Bar.
For breakfast, guests can choose from an extensive cold buffet or order from a range of breakfasts like the Japanese breakfast, the Fitness breakfast or the traditional Indian breakfast. A special children’s menu allows for small plates for small guests.
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