The Leela

The Leela Mumbai is a beautiful resort-style hotel conveniently located just minutes from Mumbai’s international airport.

Designed for both business and pleasure, The Leela Mumbai is conveniently located just minutes from the international airport. This resort-style property sits on 11 acres of perfectly landscaped gardens, close to the city’s thriving business districts and to Bollywood studios.

Choose from 391 rooms and suites, including beautifully appointed Premier Rooms that face the city or the pool and exclusive Royal Club Rooms that enjoy round-the-clock butler service. Expect smooth timber floors, hand-tufted rugs and large, bright bathrooms with massage showers. All have access to a peaceful day spa, beauty salon, well-equipped fitness centre and freeform outdoor swimming pool.

Onsite dining options are many, including a contemporary buffet restaurant offering a wide range of international cuisines. Guests can also enjoy fine Italian and Chinese cuisine, as well as cocktails and light snacks in an inviting lobby lounge and atmospheric bar.


How to get to The Leela Mumbai

The Leela Mumbai is 10 minutes away from Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport and about 40 minutes (30km) into the historic heart of the city.

The Leela Mumbai Highlights

  • A lovely resort-style hotel close to Mumbai’s international and domestic airports
  • Offering a wide range of elegant rooms and suites
  • Access to five-star facilities including a freeform pool and peaceful wellness spa
  • An array of onsite dining options from an international buffet to gourmet Chinese
  • Ideal for both stopovers and longer explorations of the city

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Accommodation in Mumbai

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India Itineraries

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Mumbai Overview

Why Mumbai: Mumbai is one of India’s most important cities (as well as its largest) and well worth a visit to see its many landmarks, including the iconic Gateway of India, the magnificent Taj Mahal Hotel and the grand Elephanta Caves.

When to Go: Late September to early March is the most pleasant time to visit with clear days and moderate temperatures. March to June is very hot whilst June to September is monsoon season.

Combine With: Mumbai is a popular gateway to the tiger parks of central India, a convenient embarkation point and terminus for a rail journey, or for a holiday in any other part of the Indian subcontinent.

Getting There: Many international airlines have regular flights to Mumbai.

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