Hotel Arma Court

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

1st Floor, Building 2, Near Bandra Court, off WE Hwy, AK Marg, Bandra (E), Mumbai (Bombay), Maharash
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Costs 69% less but rated 46% lower than other 3 star hotels

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Lounge in Mumbai International Arrival terminal

by satishdave

My kids will be traveling by themselves...they will reach around mid night. Wonder if there is any airline/executive lounge in Internal arrival terminal for them to spend 2-3 hours till sun rise?

Thanks for the help...cheers!

Re: Lounge in Mumbai International Arrival terminal

by Donna_in_India

How old are your children and what is their final destination? If they arrive at midnight, it will be more than 2-3 hours til sunrise. There is no facility in the arrival terminal. If they are transferring to another flight, whether domestic or international they should go to the departure terminal of the appropriate airport. There are flights leaving almost all night long from the internationl airport and there are reclining type chairs where they can stay. There is also a business/first class lounge but they would need an appropriate ticket to enter.

If they are underage - travelling as unescorted minors - and Mumbai is their final destination, then the airlines would expect them to be picked up at the time of their arrival. If same situation but Mumbai is not their final destination, then airline personnel will be responsible for them until they board their next flight.

Hope this helps.

Re: Lounge in Mumbai International Arrival terminal

by satishdave

Thanks guys for the information

Re: Lounge in Mumbai International Arrival terminal

by AmbrosinoGreece86

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Travel Tips for Mumbai

The largest slum in the world

by cochinjew

Nowhere in the world in the developing countries you could see the contast of uneven development as you can see in India: Bombay is covered with Slums, and that is the fact of life. there are tours if you wish and there are nice stories written about them. when you land at Bombay international airport during the day, you can get a dekko at the slums surrounding the airport.

Art and History on show!!!

by aadil

The Prince Of Wales Museum or Chattrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastusanghralaya as it has been recently renamed after the famous Maratha warrior king Shivaji is built in the Indo-Saracenic style in honour of the then King George V's visit to India and built by George Wikket.

Entrance is Rs.10 for adults and the timings are from 1015 to 1800 hours everyday except Mondays when it is closed. Free audio guides in English, French and German are available for foreigners who have to pay a slightly higher entrance fee to see the museum. Photography and videography is allowed but you have to pay an extra Rs.30 for the permit.

It has three main sections: Art, Archeology and Natural History. It also houses a vast collection of Chinese jade pieces, Victorian Oil paintings and weaponry from the Mughal era.

A new wing of the museum called the Premchand Roychand Gallery was recently inaugurated and is now open for viewing from the 26th of November 2002.

Worth taking a peek into Indian Art and History!!!

Street food

by Polly74

India, like a lot of Asian countries, offers a large variety of street foods. Street vendors offer hot fresh snacks or even complete meals all through the day. Hot tea/ coffee, quick meals on the go are prepared right in front of your eyes. Infact some of these vendors gain such a reputation that people will travel from far to get food from a specific vendor.

Babulnath Temple : This temple...

by ashishashar

Babulnath Temple : This temple is situated at the end of Marine Drive and south of Malabar Hill. It was built in 1780. In 1900, a tall spire was added to the original temple. A stone Lingam of Shiva is worshipped at Babulnath. The main day for worship is Monday.
Nearest Station is Marine Lines (Western Railway).

Harihareshwar, A quiet seaside village

by sushart

Harihareshwar beach is on the Arabian Sea coast. It is a beautiful beach, where the river Savitri empties herself into the sea.

The MTDC (Maharshtra Tourism) has recently built beautiful cabin/huts by the beach and also bigger bamboo huts with air conditioning a little away.

When we went in March, 2003, they were clean, comfortable and very relaxing. The food was great, and the peaceful atmosphere most restful.

We had driven from Mumbai. The road is good, though the route is quite long and winding, going through the Ghats. Deserted at points with sharp curves, and quite scary... and then you are treated withflashes of beautiful vistas though the Ghats.

Getting there:
Nearst airport is Mumbai. 215 kms.

Nearest railhead is Mangaon, 65 kms.onKonkan Rly.

Mumbai-Harihareshwar,230 kms. via Panvel-Mangaon-Goregaon Phata on Mumbai-Gao Highway. Shriwardhan-Harihareshwar,20 kms. Bangmandala-Harihareshwar,4 kms.


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 Hotel Arma Court

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Address: 1st Floor, Building 2, Near Bandra Court, off WE Hwy, AK Marg, Bandra (E), Mumbai (Bombay), Maharash