Things to do
And soak in some more art.
Recommendations by your hosts.
Your tryst with art doesn’t have to end at our luxury boutique hotel. You can wander around and visit some of Bombay’s best-kept secrets.
Begin your art tour by stepping into Play clan. A range of ever-so-funky products showcasing Bollywood characters on cushions, mugs, notepads, magnets and greeting cards make for great collectibles. Walk in here and celebrate life in India with every product. Inspired by Indian culture and everyday observations this place is a definite must visit.
Where: Shop 4 Libra Towers, Opp. St Peters Church, Bandra.
Madhumita Goswami’s brainchild, ‘Loose Ends’ is known to present ordinary items get interesting twists. An ashtray designed in shape of an Indian style toilet seat, big daddies of rock and roll on a set of coasters and many other artistic expressions.
Cafe & Eateries
After picking up these collectables head out to the most popular art cafes in Bandra that circle our boutique art hotel from all sides. Walk around and explore restaurants on the slopes of Pali Hill. Chance upon unique eateries in every lane of Bandra. You’d be pleased to know that Bandra is home to the city’s finest and it’s certainly more than your appetite can handle.
High street shopping
Experience a 5 minute local rickshaw ride to Linking Road.
Get off at Mumbai’s busiest shopping street to find the entire shopping spectrum on display. The biggest of brands and the best of bargains can be both found here. This place has been a popular shopping market for years.
Quaint stalls that stock the latest in fashion be it bags, shoes or apparel. Rummage through the trendiest clothes to hit the jackpot. Everything here’s a steal.
Well all play and no work just isn’t happening. You should know that the Corporate hub of Bandra Kurla Complex is just 15 minutes away. So if you plan on being on time for all your meetings, this is a great place stay.
Drive to work and back can be super easy leaving you time to do things you love most.
Worli sea link
Reaching South Bombay or town (Worli) is just a matter of 30 minutes or lesser thanks to the best bridge in Bombay.
So weather its Colaba Causeway or Marine drive you’d be there in less than an hour. Explore the arty neighbourhoods of Kalaghoda and the colonial architecture in Fort when you’re in South Bombay.
Proximity to the airport
The domestic airport is just 15 minutes from here while the international one is about 20. So if you are looking to fly out to any other city or country for that matter getting you cabs that’ll help you reach your flight on time is no issue.
Star studded bandra
Find homes of famous Bollywood stars near our hotel. Home to stars like Salman Khan, Shahrukh Khan, Amir Khan, Abhishek Bacchan, Aishwarya Rai, John Abraham and many others this neighbourhood most certainly qualifies to be the L.A of Bombay.
Name of the places Located at Bandra
Bandra’s linking road is an absolute -Bandra(w)1.8KM/9min shopping paradise heaven for accessories and bliss if you are looking for cheap stuff, especially for women. small street shops selling footwear, designer bags, skirts, salwaar-kameez, etc. are the main attraction of the vicinity.
Mount Mary Church
One of the most celebrated churches -Bandra(W)1.8KM/9min in Mumbai. It is a Roman Catholic Church, dedicated to ‘Virgin Mary’, situated on top of a hill known as ‘Sunderban Bandra’, which overlooks the mighty Arabian Sea.
This place is commonly known as lovers’ point – BJ Road Bandra(W)4.1/16min A sea shore bounded with rocks, One can also enjoy having coffee in a sea view and soothing breeze at a lot of popular coffee brands shop right across the shore.
Name of the place Located for sightseeing.
Sanjay Gandhi National Park- -Borivali East 23.8km/1hr1 1min. It is notable as one of the major national parks existing within a metropolis limit and is one of the most visited parks in the world.
Shree Siddhivinayak Temple- Prabhadevi 11.8km/31min is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shri Ganesh.The wooden doors to the sanctum are carved with images of the Ashtavinayak (the eight manifestations of Ganesha in Maharashtra). The inner roof of the sanctum is plated with gold, and the central statue is of Ganesha. In the periphery, there is a Hanuman temple as well…
Victoria and Albert Museum) is the oldest museum in Mumbai
Flora Fountain – 15 kms It is an ornamentally and exquisitely sculpted architectural heritage monument located at the southern end of the historic Dadabhai Naoroji Road,called the Mile Long Road.