The Oberoi Mumbai
The Oberoi Mumbai
Mumbai, Central India, India
By combining different Oberoi properties throughout India for 6 nights or more you can make considerable savings with our very special Oberoi offer. September is a particularly good time to take advantage of this as the rates are fantastic and the monsoon has come to an end. Talk to our India specialists for more information on how to take advantage of the savings.
At a Glance
The Eau Bar's champagne cocktail specialties while gazing out over the Arabian Sea
Located in Mumbai's prime shopping district of Nariman Point
Perfect food and wine pairing at Vetro, the Italian restaurant, and the adjacent Enoteca, a glass-encased wine cellar with 1,200 bottles of the finest Italian wines
Has a business vibe
Ziya, the Indian restaurant, is under the direction of a Michelin starred chef
Best time to Visit
Good time to visit
Average time to visit
Generally, the best time to go to Mumbai is between October to April. During this time the air remains very pleasant and the humidity in the air is lower. It is best to avoid the monsoon months which last from June to September.
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The setting of The Oberoi Mumbai is stunning. Located on Marine Drive, one of Mumbai’s most exclusive roads and an area that is close to both tourist attractions and the city’s entertainment district.Interiors are designed with luxury and elegance in mind
All forward facing rooms of the property have striking views over the ocean and along the Marine Drive esplanade locally known as The Queens Necklace for its beautiful street-light illumination after sunset.
The Oberoi Mumbai is a modern hotel, evident from the moment you step into the contemporary lobby then are escorted to your well-appointed room. Handpicked by Mr Oberoi himself, the rooms at The Oberoi Mumbai are classically modern, fresh, light and extremely elegant. It is certainly every part a luxurious city hotel.
The property itself has all the facilities one would expect of a hotel of this calibre. The comprehensive renovation has resulted in three new restaurants including Ziya, an Indian concept restaurant under the direction of Michelin–starred chef Vineet Bhatia of Rasoi fame. There is also a dazzling spa for exclusive use by hotel guests.This hotel is perfect for enjoying the buzz of Mumbai and is an especially convenient stop for shopping – right next to the Oberoi’s own shopping centre.
The Oberoi Mumbai offers 214 Rooms and 73 Suites. All rooms feature dark oak wood floors, walnut furniture, hand tufted rugs and commissioned oil paintings. Technological features include an iPod docking station, a High Definition Media Interface (HDMI) hub in the writing desk to connect electronic devices to the TV and Wi-Fi.
Children are very welcome to come and stay at The Oberoi Mumbai but there are no specific facilities available for them. Babysitting can be arranged upon request.
Facilities at the Oberoi Mumbai include at the hotel include three restaurants serving the best of world, Italian and Indian cuisines, two bars and a 24-hour spa offering signature indigenous rituals, massages and Ayurvedic therapies.
Local attractions include the impressive Gateway of India, modelled on the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the beautiful Pherozshah Mehta Gardens, the Church Gate, one of the three entrances to the centuries old Bombay castle where you can also find Flora Fountain, Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus, and the Haji Ali Mosque. This mausoleum, built in memory of the muslim saint, Haji Ali, is out at sea but during low tide, you can reach it on foot by a narrow causeway, and the Crawford market.
Dominic Atterton (Staff)
There is something really special about entering into the Oberoi Mumbai, from the small and inconspicuous ground floor entrance you are whisked by lift in a vast atrium stretching 20 stories and bathed in light from the huge windows which overlook Back Bay. Its a wonderful antidote to the humming city outside that offers instant relaxation. Mumbai itself is worth so much more than a one night stopover on your way to other Indian destinations, it is a fascinating city with a modern edge and cosmopolitan feeling unlike anywhere else in India. The Oberois huge rooms each of which come with butler service and views over the city or the bay are super-luxurious and most importantly filled with light. What I really liked about the rooms and the hotel in general is that when you leave your room rather than entering into a maze of corridors you are transported into the huge atrium with light and views all around, its a fantastic effect and one which marks it out from so many other city hotels. The hotel is also home to some of the citys very best restaurants my favourite of which was Vetro their award winning Italian. Each meal starts with a tour of the Wine Library and once an ideal bottle is selected the sommelier then helps you with your menu choices to compliment it. A novel concept but one that works surprisingly well!
Sara Wells (Staff)
I enjoyed the relaxed feel to this city hotel. The light and airy atrium creates an informal atmosphere, and the Ocean View rooms give a great view of promenaders along the Queen's Necklace.
Emma Neale (Staff)
I absolutely loved the stunning renovation of this renowned, Bombay hotel. It has vastly improved what was already a beautiful property. I especially loved the contemporary styled restaurant Fenix which, for me, had a great ambience and a delicious varied menu.
Eating in Mumbai
When it comes to food, Mumbai offers all cuisine. It is not just Indian food, Mumbai also serves Thai, Chinese, Continental and all international cuisine. The best places to enjoy the International taste will be the high-end restaurants.
Explore Mumbai differently with a private guide; Begin at Sassoon Market & Crawford Market in the morning before wandering to Churchgate Station to see the 'Tiffin Wallahs' at work. Finally see Dhobi Ghat before taking a walking tour through Old Bombay.
Hyderabad - Full Day Tour
Enjoy a full day tour of the fascinating city of Hyderabad. During this cultural tour you will visit the sights of Charminar, Chowmahalla Palace, Mecca Masjid and the Salar Jung Museum.
Mumbai by night
The people of Mumbai continue to amaze us; they work all day and party all night and still wake up to continue the growth of one of the fastest economies in the world. You really feel a part of it when you head out on the town.
Shopping in Mumbai
Mumbai must produce almost every object known to man; and shopping in the city can be a daunting task. With our help, we can help find whatever you are looking for.
Location & directions
Mumbai, Central India, India
Located in the city’s prime business and shopping district of Nariman Point, at the end of Marine Drive, Mumbai’s Stock Exchange, Government offices and National Center of Performing Arts are just a few minute’s walk.
How to get there
9-hour flight to Mumbai Chattrapathi Shivaji International Airport. The Oberoi is located 45-minutes from the International Airport.