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The Oberoi and the Trident

The Oberoi (from Rs 11,000) and The Trident (from Rs 9000) next to it boast the most stunning ocean views.

The Taj Mahal Palace

The legendary Taj Mahal Palace and Tower (from Rs 12,000), newly reopened, is a Mumbai institution.

The InterContinental and Marine Plaza

The InterContinental (from Rs 10,000) and Marine Plaza (from Rs 9000) also enjoy a superb sea-facing location and are just five minutes' walk from the stadium.

The Ritz

In the Churchgate area, where the stadium is, try the Ritz (from Rs 4500; Tel 91-22-22850500)

The Chateau Windsor

The Chateau Windsor (from Rs 4500) is also very close to the stadium

The Sea Green Hotel

There's also the Sea Green Hotel on Marine Drive (from Rs 4000).

Bentley's Hotel

Bentley's Hotel (from Rs 1830) in touristy Colaba is basic but clean.

The YMCA

The YMCA, also in Colaba (from Rs 1500) is a good option, but needs to be booked at least a month or two in advance.

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  1. Cafe Basilico

    For casual continental dining, with a Mediterranean touch, try this restaurant in Colaba.

  2. The Sea Green Hotel

    There's also the Sea Green Hotel on Marine Drive (from Rs 4000).

  3. Bay View

    Bay View (Tel 022-22821089) is great for beer and wine on an open terrace overlooking the Gateway of India.

Must Do

Bargain hunt in Chor Bazaar  

If you like to shop, Mumbai is the place. You can get the cheapest and the most expensive stuff here. And the Chor Bazaar flea market is an experience in itself. Chor means "thief" in Hindi. Find somebody who knows the place, put your bargaining hat on, and go to this alternative shopping mall, which offers almost anything you can think of - and a lot that you can't as well! Ajit Agarkar

Tips for Travellers

Do not entertain any tour operators you meet next to the Gateway Of India as they are not registered ones and may rip you off. Public latrines are not very clean, so use the facilities available at your hotel. It is advisable to not eat at food carts on the roads as many are unhygienic. Never give any type of bribe to any public servant. Always pay in Indian rupees and not foreign currency.

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