Le Sutra - The Indian Art Hotel

14 Union Park, Khar(W), Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400 052, India | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mumbai (Bombay)

India-what a country!

A travel blog entry by jennystolborg


... Beggars, pavement dwellers and sick children carrying sick babies are just a part of the landscape. India is booming these days, but for people on the low scale this makes no difference, the rich are getting even richer but the poor are even poorer than before, only now they want many things that they can see, but can never afford. India is not yet completely shining, pockets of the country are aglow bathed in the lights of gated mansions malls and mercedes but hundreds of ...

Final Thoughts on India

A travel blog entry by twoelusive


... and colourful country. Albeit India is obviously a very dangerous and controversial place to travel as two lone white females, this experience has only enlightened my thoughts on India and how much potential thy have as a country. I'd have liked more people that I met to have been as friendly as the people who ended up changing my perspective or educating me on the Indian culture while I was there. Regardless of the situation, I have to remember that the real India does not discourage ...

Majas Bus Depot?

A travel blog entry by rosanaghhall

... the back of a tuk tuk with me sat on becca's knee shouting out directions to the driver.

Sunday was amazing- we decided to do a tour of the largest slum in Mumbai, Dharavi- which is now pretty famous in its own right thanks to Slumdog Millionaire. We were all slightly apprehensive about going on the tour, worried about how we'd feel about seeing how the poorest people really live countered by the fact that as tourists we were paying to see this but ...


A travel blog entry by jackandhenrik

... the most beautiful. The only downside was that EVERYONE wanted a picture of us - apparently we are more photogenic than one of the the most iconic buildings in India, but we sat there and smiled whist people handed us their babies, pets and grandparents. Although our stint in Agra was very short (we didn't stay the night) we both agreed that it really was a place worth visiting and that having your photo taken was a small price to pay to be able to experience such a wonderful ...

Cosmopolitan Mumbai

A travel blog entry by ann_ho


... bring out the rice options. On a platter were further choices to fill your stomach, I had no idea where it was suppose to go. So much temptation and flavours to devour. Last decision of the meal was our sweet choice of which there were three choices. Our feast was complete and I couldn't believe that there wasn't any meat in sight. What clever people those Indian chefs are.

When Az and I weren't busy stuffing our mouths with food we wondered the streets, skipping taxis ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the Bandra - Khar area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near Haji Ali Mosque, Keneri Caves, Juhu Beach, and Daulatabad Fort.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding