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Mumbai

Of Vada Pav, Bollywood, and Beaches

Mumbai

Mumbai, ‘the city of dreams’, is one of the biggest metropolises of the country. The finance and entertainment capital of India is known for beaches and mouth-watering street food. There is nothing like sitting at the marine drive in the night, listening to your favorite songs, and enjoying an ice popsicle from a local joint.

Reasons to visit Mumbai

Best time to visit

sunny

19°C - 34°C

Nov-Feb

sunny

23°C - 34°C

Mar-May

sunny

25°C - 33°C

Jun-Oct

November-February: The winter months in Mumbai are the most delightful. Winters in this coastline are mild and the weather is ideal for outdoor activities and sightseeing. Many cultural events, such as the famed Kala Ghoda Arts Festival, take place in February. If you enjoy literature, music, or the arts, this is an excellent time to schedule a trip.

March-May: Humidity begins to rise in March as summer approaches. Even though the weather isn't perfect for going out in the sun, the evenings are pleasant.

June-October: Mumbai's famous monsoon season. While travelling during these months may appear tough, once in Mumbai, you will learn that life never stops. Monsoon is an ideal time to plan weekend vacations or road trips to several hill stations in the area. Matheran, Igatpuri, Lonavala, Khandala, and Mahabaleshwar are among them.

How to reach?

By Air

For many tourists, Mumbai is the gateway to India, and it is incredibly well-connected by flight to most important places across the world as well as within India.

By Train

Trains from Central, East, and West India arrive at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (or VT as it was once known). Northern trains arrive at Mumbai Central Station.

By Bus

Buses from other states arrive at the Mumbai Central Bus Station. The majority of inter-Maharashtra buses stop here as well, however, those from Pune and Nasik stop at the ASIAD bus stop near Dadar railway station.

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Our hostels at Mumbai

gostops

A Rawal house, 46, P D'Mello Rd, Opposite Pujara Petrol Pump, Masjid Bandar, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400009

goSTOPS Mumbai

A little haven in the City of Dreams, goSTOPS Mumbai sits right outside Victoria Terminus. While the Bombay dockyard gives it an endless sea view some 900 meters away, Nariman Point and Marine Drive, located a few kilometers away by foot, add a distinct charm to it. With The Taj and Gateway of India in its vicinity, goSTOPS Mumbai also enjoys an internationally renowned neighbourhood. Sandwiched between two famous markets of Mumbai - Crawford Market and Colaba Causeway - the Mumbaiya vibes of the hostel will turn you into a super-duper Mumbaikar!

Dorms starting from ₹499

Private room starting from ₹1799

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Our hostels at Mumbai

goSTOPS Mumbai

gostops

A Rawal house, 46, P D'Mello Rd, Opposite Pujara Petrol Pump, Masjid Bandar, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400009

A little haven in the City of Dreams, goSTOPS Mumbai sits right outside Victoria Terminus. While the Bombay dockyard gives it an endless sea view some 900 meters away, Nariman Point and Marine Drive, located a few kilometers away by foot, add a distinct charm to it. With The Taj and Gateway of India in its vicinity, goSTOPS Mumbai also enjoys an internationally renowned neighbourhood. Sandwiched between two famous markets of Mumbai - Crawford Market and Colaba Causeway - the Mumbaiya vibes of the hostel will turn you into a super-duper Mumbaikar!

Dorms starting from ₹499

Private room starting from₹1799

VIEW & BOOK
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