16 Best Hotels Near Mumbai Airport for All Budgets

Where to Stay Near Mumbai Airport

There's a wide variety of hotels near Mumbai airport to choose from but unfortunately they don't come cheap, as Mumbai is a notoriously expensive city. You'll find most luxury international hotel chains in the vicinity of the new international Terminal 2. As the international and domestic terminals are situated in two different areas, attention does need to be paid to the location of the hotel. (Note that only domestic low-cost carries operate from the domestic terminal. All full-service domestic airlines have relocated to the international terminal). This guide to Mumbai airport hotels will point you in the right direction of the best places to stay for all budgets.

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    There's an attractive transit hotel inside Mumbai airport's new international Terminal 2, which is very convenient. The hotel has 32 very comfortable rooms, a restaurant, bar, and luxury spa. A free shuttle bus to the domestic terminal is provided. Wireless Internet is also complimentary.  Rates start from about 8.500 rupees per night, including tax. Shorter stays are possible.

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    This brand new luxury hotel, opened in early 2015, is as close as you can get to Terminal 2 without being inside it. It's a substantial property with 585 rooms and suites, outdoor swimming pool, spa and fitness center, two restaurants, a lounge bar, and bakery. Rates start from about 14,500 rupees per night, including tax.

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    The ITC Maratha is a highly rated five-star hotel with an opulent Indian feel, making it one of the top luxury hotels in Mumbai. It's located in a peaceful spot only five minutes from the international terminal and 10 minutes from the domestic terminal. Highlights include a 6,500 square foot wellness center, five award-winning restaurants, enclosed garden, and special wing for business travelers. Of course, the service is outstanding too. Expect to pay 13,600 rupees upwards per night, including tax.

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    The Hyatt Regency is situated next to the ITC Maratha, and offers the best rates in the five-star category near Mumbai airport. It's a contemporary hotel, with 400 modern and minimalist rooms. There are two restaurants, a bar, a bakery, an outdoor pool, luxury spa, fitness center, and business center. Rates start from about 11,500 rupees per night, including tax. Sometimes, it's possible to get a cheaper deal.

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    This sprawling luxury hotel, located on Airport Road right near Terminal 2, is almost as popular as the ITC Maratha. What sets it apart is its vast grounds -- 11 acres of lush landscaped gardens, cascading waterfalls, and lotus fountain. Very relaxing! Also noteworthy is the hotel's signature Le Cirque restaurant. There are three other dining options, plus a bar and lounge, as well. Expect to pay around 15,000 rupees per night, upwards, including tax.

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    Waterstones Hotel (formerly Gorden House Suites) is situated opposite The Leela. This boutique business hotel has a definite wow factor about it! It really is rather exquisite. The rooms are all decorated according to nature inspired themes -- marine, rain forest, fire, mountain, and glacier. Suites have floral themes. The very exclusive Waterstones Country Club and Spa with swimming pool is adjacent to the hotel, and packages are available for guests. Expect to pay around 10,500 rupees per night upwards, with breakfast and tax included.

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    The Mirage has a very handy location next to The Leela hotel. It's the closest mid-range hotel to international Terminal 2, and you'll be able to avoid getting stuck in most of the surrounding traffic by staying there. It's a stylish hotel with 125 rooms, world cuisine restaurant, funky lounge bar, and a coffee bar. Rates start from about 9,000 rupees per night, including tax and breakfast.

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    Eco-friendly T24 Residency calls itself a boutique business hotel. However, this funky small hotel is suitable for leisure travelers too. It's positioned close to Airport Road Metro Station in Andheri East, less than 10 minutes from the international Terminal 2. What makes the hotel stand out is its rooftop swimming pool, and open-air restaurant and bar decorated in interesting industrial-chic style. It provides a panoramic view across to Mumbai airport. Guests can also enjoy free beverage and cocktail tasting sessions from 6 p.m. to 7.30 p.m. on weekends. Expect to pay around 8.000 rupees per night upwards for a room, including tax.

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    Hotel Suba International is perfect if you want to stay midway between the domestic and international terminals, just off Sahar Road in Andheri East. This popular hotel has 72 smart and spacious rooms with iPad controls. Facilities include iPod docks, free wireless Internet, and free airport shuttle service. The hotel also has a multi-cuisine restaurant and a gymnasium. Rates start from about 5,500 rupees per night, including tax and breakfast.

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    Hotel Le Grande sits at the end of a lane but don't let the exterior put you off. It's decent inside, and the rooms are being renovated and are surprisingly elegant. The location is close to Hotel Suba International, around 10 minutes from the international terminal and 15 minutes from the domestic terminal. There's a vegetarian restaurant and coffee shop on the premises, and free airport shuttle and wireless Internet are provided. Expect to pay 4,000 rupees upwards per night, including tax.

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    Opened in mid 2017, Mumbai House is a peaceful garden-facing new hotel that's situated in a residential area off busy Andheri-Kurla Road in the Chakala neighborhood of Andheri East. An old house was demolished and the hotel constructed in its place. It aims to distinguish itself by providing home-style Indian food to its guests. There's also free wireless Internet. Rates start from around 4,500 rupees per night, including tax.

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    Yes, it is possible to stay on a budget at a hotel with a swimming pool near Mumbai airport. Granted, the rooftop pool isn't huge. However, it's better than nothing and looks out over the city. Hotel Aureole is tucked away in a quiet residential area just off the Western Express Highway, about 15 minutes from the airport's domestic and international terminals. The hotel has a compact contemporary design, with three different types of rooms to choose from -- including those with hammocks! The rooms are on the smaller side though. There's a restaurant that serves European cuisine, as well as a bar, and sometimes live music. Rates start from around 5,900 rupees per night, including tax and breakfast.

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    Traveling alone and looking for an inexpensive place to stay near Mumbai airport? Try the new Urbanpod Hotel. The first of its kind in India, this innovative hotel has 140 boutique pods for travelers, including ladies'-only pods and suite pods with double beds (and windows). The standard pods come with TV, free wireless Internet, 2 USB ports, power socket, mood lighting, and personal safe. All pods have shared bathrooms. The hotel's very contemporary and cool interiors were designed by an architect from Singapore. Facilities include cafe, living area, business center, laundry service, and complimentary breakfast. Linen is also provided. The location, in the SEEPS area of Andheri East, is about 20 minutes from Terminal 2 (although will be longer if there is a lot of traffic). Prices start from 1,800 rupees per night.

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    The Sahara Star is located right next to the domestic terminal of Mumbai airport. It doesn't look very impressive at all from the outside (some people liken it to an incomplete sports stadium), but its interior reveals something else entirely. It could perhaps be the world's most unique airport hotel. Stepping inside is like stepping into a tropical wonderland. The centerpiece is a towering domed atrium, complete with palm trees and lagoon, that contains the hotel's facilities such as bars, restaurants and pool. All rooms overlook the atrium. The hotel also has India's largest aquarium and the world's only underwater private dining room. Double rooms cost from about 11,000 rupees per night, including tax.

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    Opened in early 2011, the Ibis is located just behind the Sahara Star, outside the domestic terminal. There are 148 air-conditioned rooms, bar, and international cuisine restaurant. Rooms are available for around 7,000 rupees per night for a double, including tax.

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    Backpacker Panda is an appealing option for those who want to make their rupees stretch further and don't mind stay in a backpacker hostel. It's conveniently located next to Chakala Metro Station, about 10 minutes from the airport. The hostel is social place that's decorated with groovy graffiti and kept really clean. Both private rooms and beds in dorm rooms (including female only dorms) are available, and there's also a rooftop lounge for hanging out. Expect to pay 1,400 rupees per night for a private room, and 799-850 rupees for a dorm bed.