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Looking for a conference hotel in Mumbai is a veritable adventure in India’s commercial, film and fashion hub. Originally located on 7 islands, the site provided ideal conditions for fishing. It was previously known as Bombay, dating back to the time when it was controlled by Portugal. The name is said to derive from the Old Portuguese ‘bombahia’ or ‘good bay’. Mumbai came under British colonial rule in 1661 until Indian independence in 1947. Since then, Mumbai has been a prospering city and important centre which, as a megacity, has a lot to offer.

Conference hotels in Mumbai – a booming economy

Along with China, India is one of the promising and emerging economic giants of our time, and its many unique hotels are the perfect venues for conferences and seminars. Outside of this, however, Mumbai also offers a wide range of options to help you experience the country and its people. We put together a few ideas here.

Visit Mumbai

There are lots of must-see attractions here, including the legendary Gateway of India. And if you’re looking for authentic India, head to the Banganga Tank – an old water tank and part of the Walkeshwar Hindu temple. Mahalaxmi Dhobi Ghat, Mumbai’s largest open-air washing facility, is a great place to witness everyday life in India. An old tradition dictates that everything still be washed by hand. You should also visit the Elephanta Caves UNESCO World Heritage Site. These are used to worship Shiva, with impressive sculptures carved into the stone that are considered among the most important of their kind.

But if it’s Mumbai’s creative scene you want to explore, then be sure to check out the world of Bollywood and its unique industry.

Mumbai boasts a fascinating history, and the British influence is still evident in many buildings across the city. These include the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, one of the world’s largest train stations, which was known as ‘Victoria Terminus’ until 1996. It was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2004.

See the diversity of India for yourself, and plan your event at a conference hotel in Mumbai. We’ll help you search, select and book.

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