Trident Nariman Point Hotel, Mumbai
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Historical Traveller Reviews of Trident Nariman Point Hotel
Not bad butfrom Whystlar
hilton oberoi towersfrom nonamect
A Good Hotelfrom MayaAustralia
Breakfast was good.
We paid a hefty fee so in those circumstances we would probably stay at the Oberoi next time, primarily due to the fact the hotel is too busy.
A Fantastic Hotel!from SunSan
The hotel does attract a lot of business travellers, however, we found it to be an ideal location for access to the tourist attractions of Mumbai.
We stayed in room 2022 and had an amazing view of Marine Drive and the 'Queen's Necklace'... definately worth paying a little bit extra for! The room was clean, spacious and little extra touches, such as fresh fruit and flowers made us feel very welcome.
Breakfasts in Fangipani are truly divine. We ate dinner once there as well and it proved to be good value for money. We were also able to book reservations for dinner at the adjoining restaurant 'Khandana' (in the new Oberoi Hotel).
We found staff to be highly efficient and helpful. We were there at what is a very busy time of year (December is wedding season!) and the hotel was busy with various private parties. However, our experiences of room service, concierge, and any other hotel staff were all positive.
This was our first experience of staying in a hotel in Mumbai (previously we have stayed with family) and we have no hesitation in recommending this hotel. We will definately be staying here again on our next visit to Mumbai.
Fantastic hotel!from cs97mmr2
Breakfast was fantastic though a bit expensive I thought. The variety and quality was superb. The view from the pool is awesome. Didn't get time to try out the gym or the hotel restaurants. Requested a late checkout and this was granted without any problems.
One minor niggle I had was that I asked the concierge to reconfirm my flights. This was done with great efficiency but I found out at check out that there was a fee for this of Rs100. This amount was negligible but I felt I should have been told of this at the time.
Overall, a great hotel!!
Ask for a high floorfrom hbyerly
They do have an executive floor, but I was told that it is now only available for Platinum members (not gold). All of the rooms are the same; an "upgraded" room is one with a water view, which is impressive. As a Gold HHonors member I had my choice of the upgrade OR free breakfast. You'll want a high floor - we stayed on the 15th, and the street noise ("Horn, Yes Please") was still quite loud.
There are two restaurants, and like those in most overseas Hilton's, they are terribly overpriced. Internet access is also outrageous at >$18/day.
I had a poor experience at check in - despite asking twice at check in for a room with two beds, we were given the keys to a room with a single king (which we did not discovr until we got to the room). The front desk insisted that there were no two-bed rooms available, but that they would call us back within 30 minutes as one became available from housekeeping. After an hour with no callback, I went to the front desk in person and explained the situation again. After two or three "we don't have anything at all" responses, a room magically became available after a little more searching in the computer. It is true that this is a very busy hotel (they were completely booked for weeks on end), but I was very clear about my request both at reservation and at check-in, and a little honest communication up front would haved made me much happier.
That said, it's a lovely property, with a welcoming staff. Reserving many months in advance, I was able to get a prepaid rate of $129/night, a real bargain for this property and significantly below the usual $300+.
Good standard business hotelfrom EEYORETIGGERR
Good Hotelfrom Rooiroos
(right opposite my favourite shoe store.) Service at the hotel was good and we found most of the staff to be friendly. We also enjoyed the many shops in the hotel and had jewellery custom made in 24 hrs. Now thats what I call good service. A good hotel. Will stay again.
Restaurants of a very good standard, India Jones especially, the waiter Christopher was an absolute star.
And the Opium Den for cocktails was great.
Excellent Hotelfrom Bushwhacker1
Top Local Tips for Mumbai
Lonely Planet Has a Great Guide on Mumbai I picked up Lonely Planet's Guide on Mumbai and was pleasantly surprised to see that it had great recommendations with regards to restaurants and things to do in Mumbai. There is a fantastic tea shop run by the India Tea Board located on Nariman Road that I would highly recommend for high quality and inexpensive teas. There are two great hotels within the Hilton Towers that are worth checking out. However, if you do eat elsewhere, I would highly recommend Trishna Restaurant (not great for decor but one of the best seafood restaurants in the world). For lovely decor and the best kebab's I would recommend Khyber.
sarees We bought sarees and the shop delivered them to the hotel when they were ready. We also had a lady come to our room to tatoo our hands with henna, which was awesome.
Select your restaurants carefully... Be cautious where you eat. NEVER eat or drink from a street vendor, NEVER eat from a less than scrupulous street cafe / restaurant and ALWAYS eat in a good quality, preferably recommended establishment. Even in the best hotels, never eat salad, never take ice in your drinks and insure all meats are WELL COOKED. Eat a good healthy breakfast and take a few apples or bananas with you for lunch. That should keep you going until early evening where you can enjoy the local flavours of India. If you follow these guidelines and use your head... you will enjoy the very best flavours of South East Asia.
Other names for Trident Nariman Point Hotel
- trident nariman point mumbai
- trident nariman point hotel
- hilton towers mumbai
- hilton mumbai
- Address: Nariman Point (Maharashtra) - Mumbai - 400 021 - India
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