Four Seasons Mumbai
As the most recent five star hotel in Mumbai and the first Four Seasons property in India, this hotel had the highest of expectations to live up to and does not disappoint. The place to stay for exceptional service, fine dining and renowned comfort.
At a Glance
Contemporary, bright and airy with floor-to-ceiling windows that frame dramatic views of the Arabian Sea or the vibrant Mumbai skyline
Perfect combination of privacy and space, with only eight guest rooms per floor
Aer, Mumbai's highest rooftop bar
The bright and entertaining pan-Asian restaurant, San Qi, has open tandoor kitchens, a wok station, sushi bar, teppanyaki table and robata grill
Generous complimentary child-friendly amenities, such as board games, DVDs, a Playstation video game system or, for teens, a Kindle reading device
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Four Seasons Mumbai is located in the emerging Worli District and is about 45 minutes from the international airport. Most of the must-see sites of the city are within a half-hour taxi ride and from here you can wander through the myriad of neighborhoods and markets, alive with the sights and sounds of this unique city. This multicultural metropolis is characterized by an eclectic mix of traditional huts and skyscrapers, age-old traditions and modern customs – capturing the spirit of change and diversity that is India today.
Spread over 29 stories, the hotel offers an oasis of calm with many of the generously proportioned rooms offering views out towards the Arabian Sea. These high-tech rooms have the most luxurious bed linen and in the large marble bathroom, you’ll find a deep free standing tub to die for, double sinks, and a spacious separate shower.
Spoil yourself in the two-storey spa, de-stress in the gym or unwind by the fabulous outdoor pool on the third floor. After dark, head down to the truly impressive San Qi restaurant, though it is more of a dining experience than a restaurant. Taking you on a culinary adventure through some of the most popular Asian cuisines, make the most of the tandoor kitchens and wok station or get up close to the action at the chef’s table. Upstairs is dedicated to all things Japanese, complete with sushi bar, teppanyaki table and robata grill.
The Four Seasons Mumbai offers 202 guest rooms and suites with spacious Italian marble bathrooms featuring deep soaking tubs and separate glass-walled rain showers. Many afford stunning Arabian Sea views. Amenities include high-speed internet access, LCD TVs and DVD players, in-room safe, tea and coffee makers and a private refrigerated bar.
Children are well looked after at the Four Seasons Mumbai. The Concierge will help with family reservations in restaurants, offer suggestions about outings around the city and help arrange a babysitter. Complimentary amenities and toiletries are provided according to age and there are also children's menus on offer in their restaurants and in-room dining. Items to babyproof guest rooms, extra beds and cots are also available at no extra cost along with board games, DVDs and a relaxation pool.
Facilities at the hotel include an outdoor pool, spa featuring eight treatment rooms including two spacious suites that function as private spas and beauty salon and fitness center. Café Prato & Bar offers Italian cuisine and al fresco dining while pan-Asian cuisine in served in San Qi, where three private dining rooms offer privacy for small groups of up to 10 people.
Mumbai is one of India's most vibrant cities and offers a wealth of cultural activities. Most of the must-see sites of the city are within a half-hour taxi ride and from here you can wander through the myriad of neighborhoods and markets, alive with the sights and sounds of this city. Some of these include the Hanging Gardens, Kamala Nehru Park, the Parsi Tower of Silence and the Chor Bazaar which is the city's famous Thieves’ Market.
Location & Directions
Four Seasons Mumbai is located in the emerging Worli District. Formerly known as Bombay, modern Mumbai is a vibrant, bustling city along the western coast of India.
When to go
It is best to avoid the monsoon months (June to September) while planning a trip to Mumbai. During this time Mumbai becomes a big overflowing pothole. Generally the best time when to go to Mumbai is between October to April. During this time the air remains very pleasant and the relative humidity in the air becomes low. In the months of August and September Mumbai celebrates its biggest festival the Ganesh Chaturthi. This festival is celebrated to honour the Elephant headed God called Ganesha who is a very revered and benign god in the Hindu mythology. The event is worth watching as huge processions carrying massive idols of the divine figures are carried to the sea beaches where they are submerged. The event is a spectacle of true Indian culture that no one should miss.