Mumbai – Trident Nariman Point

The Trident Nariman Point stands 35 storeys high overlooking Mumbai’s distinguished Marine Drive, also known as the Queen’s Necklace for its resemblance to a string of pearls when viewed from an elevated point at night. Steps from the many landmarks in the city that never sleeps, this prominent luxury hotel is perhaps best placed for a walk along the breezy promenade in the early morning or late evening.

The 555 well-appointed rooms and suites at Trident Nariman Point are quiet and comfortable, offering sweeping views of the ocean or the city skyline. All feature spacious ensuite bathrooms, premium bedding and modern in-room technologies. Guests at this hotel enjoy access to a stunning outdoor pool, a fitness centre and tranquil wellness spa.

Dining options onsite include a light, bright all day eatery and an award-winning East Asian specialty restaurant. There is also a 24-hour lounge and trendy bar. For assistance with transfers, reservations or tours, approach the friendly concierge who are available round-the-clock to help you plan your stay.


How to get to Trident Nariman Point, Mumbai

Trident Nariman Point is around 32km from Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport.

Trident Nariman Point, Mumbai Highlights

  • A prominent luxury hotel on Mumbai’s attractive Marine Drive
  • With views over the Arabian Sea and the Queen’s Necklace
  • Well-appointed accommodation with access to five-star recreational facilities
  • An award-winning specialty restaurant, lounge and bar
  • Attractions and airports of vibrant Mumbai within easy reach

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Mumbai Overview

Why Mumbai: Mumbai is one of India’s most important cities (as well as its largest) and well worth a visit to see its many landmarks, including the iconic Gateway of India, the magnificent Taj Mahal Hotel and the grand Elephanta Caves.

When to Go: Late September to early March is the most pleasant time to visit with clear days and moderate temperatures. March to June is very hot whilst June to September is monsoon season.

Combine With: Mumbai is a popular gateway to the tiger parks of central India, a convenient embarkation point and terminus for a rail journey, or for a holiday in any other part of the Indian subcontinent.

Getting There: Many international airlines have regular flights to Mumbai.

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