Business and leisure travellers flying to Mumbai may wish to try out the new hotel opened by Novotel in the city.

Business and leisure travellers flying to Mumbai may wish to try out the new hotel opened by Novotel in the city.

Covering 2.5 acres and occupying a beach front position, the Novotel Mumbai Juhu Beach will be the chain’s first venture in the city.

“We hope to present our guests with Novotel’s world-renowned service standards, while maintaining a distinct local flavour,” said vice-president of Accor India Jean-Michel Casse.

According to the hotel, it aims to cater for the 25 to 45-year-old market and the discerning ‘city breaker’ or ‘urban nomad’ traveller.

The hotel also offers rooms with ergonomic workspaces and state-of-the-art technology for meetings, as well as providing a sense of home away from home for both families and business travellers.

For holidaymakers in India looking for an “upgraded experience” the hotel features a Premier Floor and Lounge.

Lonely Planet recommends travellers visit Elephanta Island on a holiday to India to see impressive cave temples and cave carving in the middle of Mumbai Harbour.

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