Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel Mumbai (Bombay)
Travel Blogs from Mumbai (Bombay)
This beautiful city located on the shores of the Arabian Sea, Mumbai occupies a very important place in the Indian tourism as it is the largest and richest city in India. It is the economic and financial center of India, besides being the center of everything that comes to fashion, film and entertainment industry. This modern city is a metropolis …
... the morning the bus dies. It's gone. No amount of twine can fix it. Us, being the only foreigners on board, are woken up and given forewarning of the impending stampede. "Go get your bags and run to that bus". What a saga. We did as we were told and ran to the next bus. Bags we're put in the boot (yes, they arrived safely)! We were greeted by a bus full of other passengers and half of our bus staring at us. The remaining half of our bus were still asleep in their sleeper pods. ...
... gave me a huge hug which I think we both needed by this point and settled on the chairs!!! After around an hour we decided to try and sleep in the corridor and as the staff had woke up they have us there spot!!! At 6.30am Sam woke me up asking for my passport as they had given us two our room early!! I went and told the guys so all of us pilled into out room where we all grabbed a shower and we all managed to get some sleep!!! Rick and phil then woke us ...
... was maybe not such a great idea though. He had a face like thunder and was already panicking that he'd missed his breakfast but luckily we had plenty of time so mark finally was fed! From an architectural point of view I HAD to see the Taj Mahal, I would never live it down if Id been all the way to India and never got the chance to see it-one of the wonders of the world n'all. Marks input: the taj was pretty impressive but the people of Agra are little con artists and get ...
... one time or another. Around since 1871, Leopold’s has wobbly ceiling fans, open-plan seating and a rambunctious atmosphere conducive to swap- ping tales with random strangers. Although there’s a huge menu, the lazy evening beers – especially the 3L yards – are the real draw. Had beer and took a pic. Walked down on colaba causeway - better that linking road. Not pleasant shopping and not a lot to see. Took a Taxi to Marine Drive & ...