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Most popular areas in Mumbai for 4-star hotels

A city of go-getters and fashionistas, tuk-tuk drivers and chai wallahs, Mumbai rarely fails to enthrall. Thousands of hotel options converge here, too. Take the digs that line Shahid Bhagat Singh Road south of historic Fort, with their clean suites and easy access to the Gateway to India. Or, head to the hotels that cluster on the ridges of Malabar Hill, where you'll enjoy beach access to Chowpatty, and views of the Indian Ocean. Alternatively, there's Andheri, where convenient airport hotels sit close to the runways of Chhatrapati Shivaji.

Top 4-star hotels in Mumbai

Quick access to the departure lounges of Bombay international is just one of the many bonuses of the rooms at the Holiday Inn in Andheri East. This modern and clean hotel has marble-dressed lobbies and artistic displays throughout, not to mention a fitness center and rooftop pool. Meanwhile, the Ramada Plaza Palm Grove, which overlooks Juhu Beach, boasts palm-fringed pools and regal lounges aplenty. Then there's the elegant Ramada Powai Hotel on the edge of Powai Lake, complete with turquoise lagoons and private in-house bakeries – just wait for those crispy morning croissants.

Where to find the best restaurants in Mumbai

Packed with more dals and dosas and chanas and pavs than you can shake a bubbling pot of masala paneer at, Mumbai is a veritable treasure trove for any foodie. Start with a journey through the spices and steamy food courts of Nul Bazaar on Mohamed Ali Road – a hubbub of curry touts and Middle Eastern-inspired menus. If you want something a little more straight-laced, consider Bandra, where Bollywood extras mingle with superstars between the chic coffeehouses, or Juhu, a district of seafood bistros lined up against the Arabian Sea.

The most popular things to do in Mumbai

Embrace the frenetic energy of India's largest city with a trip through the historic heart of the town. This area was once the epicenter of British East India, and you can still see the remnants of Fort George, along with the elegant spires and carved frontispieces of the Victoria Terminal. For something even older, the 1,500-year-old Elephanta Caves await between the waters of Mumbai Harbour, complete with ancient carvings and sculptures related to Lord Shiva and the Hindu sects of old. Of course, Mumbai is lived-in too, which means people watching and beachcombing aplenty along the Marine Drive that arches through Chowpatty, and enthralling – if striking – slum tours in the area of Dharavi. And when it's time for that taste of wilder India, consider heading to the Sanjay Gandhi National Park, where Buddha statues and chital deer lurk in the forests.

Best ways to get around Mumbai

For affordable and regular transport between the main areas of the city, consider joining the locals on Mumbai's comprehensive light rail system – just be sure to avoid peak travel times, as the carriages get pretty packed. Alternatively, you can opt to hail down one of the local black-and-yellow cabs, or go for a classic Indian auto-rickshaw, which are just a little slower and cheaper. Private taxi hires are also easy to come by, and on-demand services like GetMeCab and Uber operate in the city.

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