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The Taj Mahal Palace Mumbai

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Spent 4 nights here from 1st October. The hotel staff are very helpful. We stayed in the tower wing. I know people look down on these rooms but we had a fabulous view of India Gate and the room was very comfortable, especially the bed. Only downside was that there was some refurbishment work being done and although it finished around 7p.m. there were a few occasions when it was intrusive. Breakfast in the morning in the main restaurant was very good and we also ate once in the harbour view restaurant. I would definitely recommend staying here. Didn't feel that the service was over the top and uncomfortable at any time. Used the pool a few times and had a fabulous head massage in the spa. All in all a great stay.
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The Taj Mahal Palace Mumbai looks out toward the Arabian Sea and the monumental Gateway of India. Guests can hop on a ferry …More

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    Pocket Guide: Colaba, Mumbai Historic Hotels

    Colaba, situated at the southernmost tip of Mumbai, is one of the most exciting places in the city. Colaba Causeway is a tourist hub which runs parallel to the Gateway of India, which has always been a hot vacation destination. When in Colaba, visit the Prince of Wales Museum and the Regal Cinema, one of the few old movie theatres in service in the city of Mumbai. There are numerous shops and sidewalk stalls that deal in costume jewellery, t-shirts, low-priced leather goods, semi-precious stones, authentic Indian ware, as well as Kashmiri carpets and shawls. It's best to visit several shops while exploring all of the opportunities for a good deal and negotiating on price. The causeway is also lined with food kiosks, restaurants, and cafes. Leopold's Cafe & Bar and Cafe Mondegar are some the most famous restaurants in this area.

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