Nestled in the hub of north Mumbai’s new financial and commercial district, Trident gives you great access to leading IT companies, banks and technology firms. Consulates and the Bharat Diamond Bourse are within easy reach too. While an excellent choice for business travellers, you’re also well located if you’re here for leisure or simply want to enjoy your time off – with a range of first-class shopping and recreation centres nearby and the airport a mere 20 minutes away.
In the midst of hectic Mumbai, it’s good to know that you can retreat to the luxurious Trident spa. Treatment rooms overlooking a garden courtyard, rain showers and a steam facility, mean you can try a range of massages, body scrubs and ayurvedic healing remedies and retain a sense of perfect calm. The gym features high-tech equipment with touchscreen TVs and headphones, and there’s even a stretching area equipped with mats and Swiss balls. A barber shop and beauty salon also mean that manicures and styling are on hand should you need them.
Light oakwood flooring and calming decor is livened up by vibrant red accents in the stylish rooms of the Trident. The functional yet contemporary design features floor to ceiling windows that offer a vista of the city skyline or pool, as well as allowing in lots of natural light. Well kitted out, rooms feature flatscreen TVs, DVD players, iPod docks and tea and coffee making facilities. Move up to a Club Room and enjoy not only more space but also extras such as complimentary cocktails and high teas. The suites are stunning spaces with plenty of room for entertaining groups of guests.
Bandra Kurla may represent the new Mumbai but this commercial capital is steeped in tradition, with an eye on the past too. Amid the growing number of skycrapers and new developments, be sure to visit sights such as The Gateway of India, built to honour George V in 1911; the Elephanta temples dating to the 5th century, situated on an island across from the harbour; and Mani, the museum and former residence of independence leader Gandhi.
Botticino brings fine Italian flavours to the fore, and is named after the fine marble used in the hotel. A unique grappa display and enoteca stocking first-class labels are matched by classic cuisine with modern twists. Modern India is captured at Maya, which serves regional and traditional fare in a stunning contemporary setting. Journey from Bengal to Rajasthan and Karnataka to Kashmir. 022 restaurant takes its name from Mumbai’s telephone code but spans a range of global cuisines, treating dinners to the likes of pizza from its wood-fired oven and sushi from an interactive bar.
C-56, G Block,Bandra Kurla Complex,MumbaiIndia