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I’m sure that everyone who reads this site knows that I’m currently in India. I started by flying BA to Bahrain for a few days, where I reviewed the lounge and the airport hotel. Then, I flew to Abu Dhabi with Etihad Airways, where I stopped over to review their lounge, and then off to India I went. My first stop was Mumbai, where I stayed in The St Regis. Since this hotel is massive, I will only do a partial review. I decided to take a different approach and review just the room.


This hotel has 381 rooms, including 28 suites, 6 restaurants, a rooftop bar that isn’t run by the hotel, a swimming pool, a spa, and a gym.


My room was on the 25th floor, with beautiful views overlooking the city and the Antilia house in Mumbai.

a marble bench in a room
Marble bench to keep the suitcase on.


I booked this room with cash. I paid £355.00 for a 3-night stay. I made the booking using a virtuoso agent, which got me the added benefits of a room upgrade plus $100 to spend in the hotel.

a room with a bed and a television
The bedroom.
a bedroom with a bed and a glass door
Ocean view room.
a desk in a room
Work area & TV.
a tv on the wall
The TV wall and cupboard.


Points earned in this property for a 3-night stay came to just under 12,500 Marriott Bonvoy points.

a desk with a picture on it
Work space area.


The hotel is in Lower Parel, next to the Palladium Mall, and close to the world’s most expensive house after Buckingham Palace. The Antilia Mumbai.

a window with a view of a city and people in the background
Sitting bench to look out to the views.
a group of tall buildings in a city
The Antilia house could be seen from our room.


Like many nice hotels in India, you must go through airport-style security to check in. Then, you must take the lift to the 9th floor, where the hotel lobby is.

a couch with a lamp next to a table
The couch in the bedroom.
a table with a phone and a glass bottle on it
The night stand.
a nightstand with a phone and a telephone on it
The night stand.
a bed with pillows and a pillow on it
The bed.
a pair of slippers on a rug
They even prepared our slippers every night.
a tray with tea kettle and other items on it
The coffee station.
a tea kettle and teapot on a table
The coffee station.
a wine glasses in a drawer
The wine glasses.
a cart with bottles and fruit on it
Welcome fruits on arrival.
a bowl of fruit on a table
The fruits on arrival.
a television on a counter
The TV in the room.
a mirror on a wall
Beautiful wall art.
a white paper with black text
The mini bar letter had me for sure.

Coffee & mini bar:

A wide selection of coffee and a fully stocked mini-bar.

a group of bottles in a drawer
The mini bar.
a drawer full of food and drinks
The mini Bar snacks.
a drawer with different types of coffee
The coffee provided in the room.
a tray with tea cups and spoons
The coffee cups.
a metal bell in a drawer
The champagne ice bucket.
a refrigerator with bottles of drinks
The drinks in the mini bar.
a book with a tassel on it
Work station.
a white book with black text
A book with all the information needed provided in the room.
a letter to a guest
Even a letter letting me know about the housekeeping which I found quite unique.


The bathroom comes with a separate toilet, a shower, a bathtub, and lots of amenities.

a bathroom with a shower and a bathtub
The bathroom.
a bathroom with a mirror and sink
The bathroom sink.
a bathtub in a bathroom
The bathtub.
a sink with soap and bottles on a counter
The sink.
a bathtub with a towel rack
The bathtub.
a drawer with a mirror on top
The bathroom drawers.
a bathroom items in a drawer
The bathroom amenities.
a white bag with string
Hair dryer.
a shower with a bench and a shelf
The shower
a group of bottles on a shelf
The soaps given in the shower by the hotel
a toilet in a bathroom
The toilet in the room.
a faucet on a bathtub
The bathtub sink.
a close up of a door knob
The bathroom even comes with a washing line to hang your wet cloths.
a mirror on a table
The mirror in the bathroom.
a mirror with a light fixture
They gave us water in the bathroom.

In-room closet amenities:

From a safe to bathrobes, slippers, shoehorns, and laundry bags, this room really has everything you can ask for and more.

a white and orange cord attached to a black wall
Iron in the cupboard.
a white robe from a ironing board
Hotel bathrobe.
a pair of white slippers and white socks in a drawer
There were plenty of slippers.
a brown basket with a brown handle and a brown handle
Shoe brushes.
a safe with a small open box
The room safe.
a black box with a brown tray with white napkins and a brown leather surface
The breakfast menu with the laundry bag….
a poster with a woman lying on a towel
The spa menu.

a white and black poster with black text

Swimming pool & spa:

The swimming pool, spa, and gym can all be found on the 9th floor.

a pool with lounge chairs and umbrellas
Swimming pool.
a group of chairs and a table on a patio
The chairs at the swimming pool.
a patio with blue couches and umbrellas
Fresh water and towels at the swimming pool.


If I had to sum up this hotel in one word, I would definitely have to say that it is a “Regal.” hotel. The hotel doesn’t shy away from luxury, and its location certainly tops it all. If you ever find yourself needing a hotel stay in Mumbai, this is definitely the place to stay.


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