Maria Lodge

5/2 Grants Bldg, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400005, India | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Mumbai (Bombay)

Fort Area Mombai

A travel blog entry by skeetstravel


... mooch round and gets a nice pair of silver earrings. Navigate our way back by foot, feeling very clever. Time to eat, very nice Raja restaurant, complete with doorman just by our hotel, but opposite an all Indian joint, no women, packed with men. Prices are good so in we go. No smoking signs everwhere, everyone twacking away. Whiskey bottle on every table, real classy joint. Order mutton curry, some vegetables, and a couple of beers. Waiter pours ...

Marvellous Mumbai

A travel blog entry by findtheriver76

I'll write all this up but these are some bullet points to give you an idea of what's been going on in Mumbai... First beef since I've been in India. Hotel just near Taj and gateway to India. Met back up with Niamh from Ireland. Niamh's last ...

First day in Mumbai

A travel blog entry by izzy.and.nat


... money as begging's not allowed and there was security everywhere as we were sat outside the Taj Mahal Hotel, the subject of the terrorist attacks a few years ago. Instead she wanted us to buy the food directly from a stall up the road. We had gotten in too deep to leave her with nothing so we agreed to follow her thinking that a street meal would be under 50 rupees so not too bad. However she had obviously had a well rehearsed routine and the stalls owner ...

Downtime in Mumbai

A travel blog entry by egypt1am


To me a city is a city is a city... Not a big fan. But there is something interesting about Mumbai, 'The Gateway to India'. It holds the old colonial feel with a mixture of disdain and quite protest. Indian invented everything from the lightbulb to the spaceship until the 'Britishers' came and stole it all. The city has a feel of New Orleans... Palatial decadence in alien environment. We took a local guide by taxi to visit the area seeing Ghandis home ...

Leaving on a jet plane......

A travel blog entry by caz11


... look totally shocked when I explain that I am walking the 200 meters to my destination rather than going in their taxi. But for all these little niggles there are a million things I love, the smells, the sights, the colours the people, the diversity of each state I could go on but hopefully you have got the idea of these during previous blogs so I won’t bore you again! All that is left to say is that India truly is ...


This hotel, located in the South Mumbai area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near Gateway of India, Colaba Causeway, High Court, and Deccan Odyssey.
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