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Trident Hotels in Mumbai
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50 Glorious Years!
The iconic landmark on Nariman Point, Mumbai, turns 50!

Stay in the heart of Mumbai’s new business district

Enjoy unparalleled views of the ocean


Trident Hotels in Mumbai

Trident offers two landmark hotels in Mumbai, Trident, Bandra Kurla and Trident, Nariman Point. The luxury rooms are spacious and well-appointed, with all modern amenities. They are served by our attentive yet unobtrusive team. Complimentary high-speed Internet access, a docking station for all your gadgets and well-appointed writing desks are just some of the details designed to make our rooms cutting-edge and your stay in Mumbai, India, comfortable and convenient.

Be spoilt for choice while dining at our Mumbai hotels: Trident, Bandra Kurla and Trident, Nariman Point. From Italian to Asian, Indian to Continental, the award winning restaurants serve the very best of international flavours. Relax and rejuvenate in the calm environs of the Trident Spa or recharge with an energising workout at the fitness centre. Our luxury facilities are for the exclusive use of our Mumbai hotels’ resident guests, so that you can work out at your leisure.

For business travellers, Trident, Bandra Kurla and Trident, Nariman Point, our two hotels in Mumbai, offer the most stylish banqueting and business facilities in what is the financial capital of India. Each of our venues can be booked online or in person, customised and transformed with a variety of layouts to suit your event; be it a corporate conference, a product launch or an exclusive celebration for family and friends.

In the eclectic, vibrant, five star city of Mumbai, where skyscrapers co-exist with British colonial buildings and bustling bazaars, Trident Hotels are guaranteed to meet your business and leisure requirements. Call us or email us to make a reservation today.

  • Trident, Bandra Kurla

    Welcome to a world of stylish accommodation, fine dining and gracious hospitality in the heart of North Mumbai's new business district: Bandra Kurla Complex. The epitome of elegance and efficient service, Trident, Bandra Kurla is located only 20 minutes from the airport and is a perfect place to conduct business or explore the exciting nightlife in the city that never sleeps.

    TThe 412 guest rooms and 24 suites are designed with amenities suited for the contemporary business traveller. The chic vibe of this hotel in Mumbai is accentuated by the wide range of cuisines on offer, a lounge bar, a wine library and what may be the best patisserie in the city.

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  • Trident, Nariman Point

    Nestled in the heart of vibrant and bustling, 5 star south Mumbai lies Trident, Nariman Point. Soaring 35 storeys, the 586 luxury rooms and suites, lounges and restaurants of this property offer panoramic views of Marine Drive. This hotel in Mumbai is an iconic landmark; this is the address to be seen at.

    In the city that never sleeps, art galleries, museums, fashion boutiques and clubs all lie within a short distance. The highlight of your stay, though, will most certainly be an early morning or late evening walk down the promenade to take in the gentle sea breeze and feel the pulse of the city.

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Explore Mumbai

Gateway of India in Mumbai

Mumbai is a pulsating, vibrant, fast paced city that is always on-the-move. The largest city in India and the capital of Maharashtra, Mumbai is also renowned as the country's financial capital. It is the centre for industry, commerce and foreign trade. As the commercial heart of India and with an estimated population of 17 million, Mumbai comprises people from all over the country.

Also referred to as the 'Maximum City', Mumbai is an important cultural centre for theatre, art, music and cinema. It is a cosmopolitan city and a unique melting pot of cultures. It is also home to the stars of the Hindi film industry, which is popularly known around the world as 'Bollywood'. There is much to explore: ancient caves, British colonial buildings, art galleries, museums and Marine Drive: the promenade along the Arabian Sea. You can also spend some time shopping for fabric, jewellery, arts and handicrafts in Mumbai’s fashionable boutiques or bustling bazaars.

One of the largest cities in the world, Mumbai is a city of paradoxes where colonial buildings are juxtaposed with modern skyscrapers, and modern shopping malls co-exist with local markets to meet the teeming demands of the energetic residents and curious visitors.

  • Gateway of India, Mumbai
    Gateway of India

    Built to commemorate George 5th and Queen Mary's visit to India in 1911. Built in Indo-Saracenic style .. KNOW MORE

  • The Basilica of Our Lady of the Mount, Mumbai
    The Basilica of Our Lady of the Mount

    It Is more commonly known as Mount Mary, is a Roman Catholic church located in the suburb of Bandra .. KNOW MORE

  • Prithvi Theatre in Mumbai
    Prithvi Theatre

    Prithvi Theatre is an intimate 200-seater theatre in the Bombay suburb of Juhu. Originally set up to promote professional Hindi theatre.. KNOW MORE

  • Prince of Wales Museum, Mumbai
    Elephanta Caves

    The Elephanta Caves are known for their beautifully sculptured rock-cut temples. It takes approximately .. KNOW MORE

  • Elephanta Caves in Mumbai
    Haji Ali

    This mausoleum, built in the memory of a Muslim saint is located at sea.. KNOW MORE

  • Essel World in Mumbai
    The Banganga Temple

    An ancient temple complex right in the heart of Mumbai, that traces its origins.. KNOW MORE

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