Trident, Nariman Point is an impressive landmark of the Mumbai skyline. The windows of the modern and elegantly furnished rooms overlook the beautiful Marine Drive affectionately referred to at the Queen’s necklace.

The Trident has two restaurants, a fitness centre and a spa. Frangipani serves cuisine from around the world, including spectacular desserts that taste as good as they look. The hotel spa offers a range of exotic treatments in a serene setting. From the soft robe surrounding you, to the smell of the treatment oils and the warmth of the peppermint tea and honey you are served everything is designed to relax.

In addition to shopping, bars and restaurants that are close to the hotel there are numerous Mumbai landmarks. Many of these are within walking distance of the Trident, however taxis in Mumbai are an extremely cheap and convenient way of moving around this amazing city.

1)   Mumbai was also known as Bombay for a time, the name came from the Portuguese bom baim or good bay and was adopted by British colonists.

2)   Everyday around 200,000 packed lunches, or tiffins, full of meals prepared freshly at a recipients home are delivered to offices and school everyday by dabbawalas.

3)   Rudyard Kipling, a Nobel prize winner and author of The Jungle Book, was born in Mumbai 149 years ago.

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