Meetings at The Oberoi, Mumbai
The Oberoi, Mumbai has developed a reputation for providing gracious hospitality in luxurious settings. With more than two decades of experience hosting every kind of event, the hotel is a prime location to host the most memorable occasions.
The hotel offers guests its exclusive Jaipur Suite and the Udaipur Suite, located on the 21st floor. These rooms offer guests a magnificent sweep of the ocean and the Mumbai harbour as a backdrop.
The hotel’s 24-hour, state-of-the-art Business Centre has been designed keeping in perspective the business traveller and his office needs. The hotel endeavours to provide seamless business facilities that make a guest feel like he is in the familiar environs of his own office.
The Oberoi, Mumbai offers the facility of providing a personal printer in the rooms. Guest can print confidential documents at their own convenience. These portable printers are available at the Business Centre and can be hired on a daily basis.
- Air conditioning with individual temperature control
- All news cable network
- Bedside switches for lights
- Bedside outlet for recharging cellular phones
- Complimentary local newspapers
- Dual line telephones with speaker and voice mail
- DVD player
- Down pillows
- Digital weighing scale
- Electronic safe
- Electronically controlled blackout roller blind
- Fax machine on request
- Glass walled bathrooms with electronically controlled roller blinds for privacy
- High speed wired and wireless Internet access
- High definition LCD television
- Hypo-allergenic pillows on request
- Hair dryer
- iPod docking station with alarm clock
- Intelligent thermostat
- In room movies on request
- Iron and ironing board on request
- Laptop on request
- Media hub outfitted in the writing desk. This includes international sockets, an HDMI port (High Definition Media Interface enables equipment such as camcorders, portable PlayStations and iPods to be connected to the television), USB charging socket and video and S-video multi-sockets. Corresponding cords to charge or connect the equipment to the media hub are available on request.
- Printer on request
- Refrigerated private bar
- Self lit make-up / shaving mirror
- Shaver adaptor
- Silk bathrobes
- Silk padded hangers
- Tea and coffee making facilities
Gateway of India (2 kilometers)Planned to commemorate the visit in 1911 of the first British monarchs to set foot on Indian soil, King George V and Queen Mary. Foundations were laid in 1913, and the city’s most enduring symbol was finally opened by Viceroy Earl of Reading in December 1924. This George Whittet design is modelled on the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. Other than viewing this landmark, one can enjoy a pleasant boat ride into the sea or take a boat to the Elephanta caves.
Chatrapati Shivaji Vastu Sangralaya (2.2 kilometers)Also designed by George Whittet, the foundation stone was laid by the Prince of Wales in 1905. The building completed in 1914, served as a military hospital during World War I. This domed masterpiece previously known as Prince of Wales Museum now houses a famed collection of art, sculpture and china.
Open daily from 10.00 a.m. to 6.30 p.m., except on Monday.
Pherozshah Mehta Gardens (6 kilometers)
Popularly known as the Hanging Gardens, the gardens were laid out in 1881 on top of a reservoir which supplies water to Mumbai. L ocated in an exclusive residential area, the
gardens command a breath taking view of the city.
Open from 6.00 a.m. to 9.30 p.m. daily.
Flora fountain (2.5 kilometers)
The Church Gate, one of the three entrances to the centuries old Bombay castle is where the Flora Fountain stands today. The Flora Fountain was built in honour of Sir Bartle Frere, to whom Mumbai owes many of her great public buildings. A variety of shopping can be done around the Fountain area.
Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus or Victoria Terminus (3 kilometers)
Records show that the Gallows tank where public hangings took place once stood in the vicinity of this railway terminus. The first train steamed out from this station to Thane in 1853. Work commenced in 1878 on the Victoria Terminus of the Great Indian Peninsula Railway. Designed by Frederick W. Stevens, it was completed in 1888. One of the largest gothic structures in South Mumbai, it has an imposing dome surmounted by a life size statue of Queen Victoria.
Completed by the late 1930’s, Marine Drive, the “Queen’s N ecklace” became the most splendid sea side promenade in Mumbai. Running in a crescent from the hotel, it provides an ideal jogging track and a fabulous view of the bay.
Haji Ali Mosque (8 kilometers)
This mausoleum, built in memory of the muslim saint, Haji Ali, is out at sea. During low tide, it is approachable on foot by a narrow causeway.
Crawford market (4 kilometers)
Also known as Jyotiba Phule Market, situated at the junction of Dadabhoy N owroji Road and Carnac Road, it was built in 1871. The main section is a covered market where vegetables, fruits, fish, meat and poultry, flowers and provisions are sold. The market covers a large area with individual lanes dedicated to a specific product. Almost any product you require
can be sourced from this market.
*All distances are from The Oberoi, Mumbai
AIR: All the four major cities- New Delhi, Mumbai, Calcutta and Chennai have direct international air connections. Domestic airlines operate between cities. And, the domestic carrier, Indian Airlines flies into the neighbouring countries.
SEA: Mumbai, which used to be the main point of entry into India, still receives sea travellers via passenger ships and freighters.
ROAD: Overland, there are several points of entry into India. For up-to-date information on border crossing-points, contact Indian overseas missions or government tourist information offices.
Meeting Rooms and Floor Plans
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