Trident Nariman Point
Trident Nariman Point, Mumbai (Bombay), India
Overlooking the bay and a thin strip of sand, this hotel has wonderful views especially from the roof top restaurant and the swimming pool. The rooms are set around a central atrium beside which is an elegant coffee shop and bar. In the evenings, a pianist often plays here. The rooms are spacious, modern and those facing the Arabian Sea are the best. The hotel is attached to the Oberoi by a long corridor containing some upmarket boutiques. You can use the restaurants in either hotel.
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You take the launch from the Gateway of India to the caves on Elephanta island, which date from around the 7th century. During the previous few centuries the Gupta empire had been at its height, literature and the arts had flourished and it is thought that the initial impetus for the creation of the caves was derived from this.