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Holiday Inn Mumbai International Airport
Address:  Near Sakinaka Metro Station, Sakinaka Junction,
Andheri Kurla Road, Andheri East,
Mumbai, Maharashtra 400072
Phone: 022 4085 1800
Website: www.ihg.com

Hotel details: Holiday Inn Mumbai International Airport is the first refreshed Holiday Inn in India. This 245 room hotel is located amidst North Mumbai’s commercial hub and is 1.2 km from the International and 5 km from the Domestic airports. Hotel facilities include a Rooftop infinity pool, Business Centre, an Executive Lounge, Gymnasium and Spa. For conference and banqueting facilities, there is a Grand Ballroom which accommodates 700 guests and 5 smaller meeting rooms equipped with superior technology. Sky Terrace is an open-air rooftop venue for that perfect evening gathering. On offer is a choice of dining options: Saptami - an all-day dining restaurant featuring live counters, Saptami Express – offers fresh deli specialties, 72 – a chic lounge bar and 24 hour Room Service.

A minute's walk from a metro stop, this upscale airport hotel is 2 km from Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport and 13 km from Siddhivinayak Temple.  Decorated in warm tones, the contemporary rooms offer satellite TV, Wi-Fi (fee) and iPod docks, plus minibars, and tea and coffee making facilities. Upgraded rooms come with access to a club lounge; suites add living areas. Room service is offered. Free perks include parking and a breakfast buffet. Dining options include 2 restaurants and a cocktail bar. There is a rooftop infinity pool, a spa and a gym, plus a chic lounge, a business center and event space. An airport shuttle is available.

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Mumbai is the capital city of Maharashtra. It is one of the largest metropolitan areas in the world and India’s economic centre. The country's most important seaport, the Jawaharlal Nehru Port, is also located here. It is one of the largest natural ports worldwide and has become one of the most significant transfer sites at the Arabian Sea. The megacity generates more than a quarter of Maharashtra’s gross domestic product. Apart from that, almost half of the Indian foreign trade is transacted here. The economically most significant branches are the finance, cotton, chemical, car and electronics industry.