Named for the Hindu Goddess, Mumba Devi, Mumbai is a city that teems with bustling largesse. With 13 million people populating seven idyllic islands, it’s difficult to imagine a diversion that doesn’t exist near any Mumbai accommodation.
Mumbai’s hotel goers can find themselves wandering around the Ferozeshah Mehta Gardens, enjoying the views of the city, sculpted fountains, and perfectly coiffed hedges. Tour the Chor Bazaar and Crawford Markets nearby. And Chowpatty Beach is the perfect destination for beachcombers and carnival thrill-seekers.
Another must-see attraction for Mumbai’s hotel guests is Elephanta Island. Visitors to this ethereal setting ferry over to ancient temple caves carved into basalt rock. Once there, more adventurous Mumbai hotel guests take on the lion and tiger safaris at the Sanjay Gandhi National Park. Survive that, and the perfect cocktail awaits at Bluefrog – the destination for the country’s best musical talent.
I stayed at the Mumbai International Airport Courtyard by Marriott. This hotel... --ftworthtravels