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Staying in Mumbai is always a delightful experience that is radically unique by way of the sights, sounds and landmarks on offer. Serviced accommodation makes a huge difference to your stay in this regard. TheSqua.re offers serviced apartments in Mumbai which are selected on the basis of ensuring enhanced aesthetic appeal and comfort for travelers. Every apartment comes with the best facilities and unmatched convenience and privacy alike. All furnished apartments are located strategically near major landmarks and places of interest.

Top 10 Furnished Apartments in Mumbai for Long & Short Term Stay

  1. Andheri East Apartments
  2. Bandra Kurla Complex Apartments
  3. Ghansoli Apartment
  4. Bandra Kurla Complex Apartments-Ii
  5. Thane Apartments
  6. Santacruz Apartment
  7. Kharghar Apartment
  8. Vikhroli Apartments
  9. Powai Apartments
  10. Bkc Apartments

Rent apartment Mumbai for getting access to the best facilities including fully equipped kitchens, flat-screen televisions, high-speed Wi-Fi connectivity and concierge solutions among others.

Benefits of Rent Serviced Apartments in Mumbai

Rent apartments in Mumbai are the best options for travelers looking to stay in the city for short or long durations alike. They are better options to conventional rental accommodation for extended stays in the city. Serviced apartments offer the perfect combination of features, amenities and comfort along with unmatched privacy and convenience.

Serviced apartments have attained greater popularity amongst guests owing to numerous benefits. Firstly, all contractual and legal aspects are neatly covered and guests do not have to bother about agency charges, maintenance fees, bills and deposits. Secondly, furnishings and fixtures are all provided in tandem with bedding, furniture, cutlery, appliances and more. Thirdly, serviced apartments are usually located in close proximity to major metro stations, railway stations, bus stops and thoroughfares.

Some serviced apartments may also come with additional amenities including access to gymnasiums, swimming pools and concierge services. Guests will find these apartments suitable for comfortable extended sojourns in Mumbai while enjoying the myriad wonders of the city at their own pace. Those shifting to Mumbai temporarily need not always find it a problematic affair with serviced apartments for help.

Being serviced accommodation specialists, we understand the need of guests to find a comfortable, cozy and well-equipped home for memorable stays in Mumbai. We offer luxurious and plush interiors along with the best amenities. You can count on impeccable services along with round the clock customer support alongside.

Corporate Housing in Mumbai

You should count on corporate housing Mumbai options at TheSqua.re for enjoying a memorable stay in the city. Mumbai is India’s wealthiest city and biggest financial, economic and business hub. It is home to most of the leading companies in the nation along with multiple global MNCs too. Naturally, Mumbai witnesses a steady stream of business travelers throughout the year. If you are a business traveler looking for a place to stay, you should consider serviced apartments.

They offer ample privacy, space and facilities like high-speed Wi-Fi and flat-screen televisions along with fully equipped kitchens. From cooking and connectivity to entertainment, these apartments come with everything required for a relaxing and memorable stay in Mumbai.

Holiday Apartments in Mumbai

Holiday apartments Mumbai come with the finest amenities and other provisions for guests. These apartments lie in close proximity to major tourist landmarks and other places of interest in the city. You will love the ample space, privacy and convenience features on offer. The apartments are located in the best areas of the city including Powai, Andheri East, Prabhadevi, Andheri West and Bandra among numerous others. Find the best restaurants, cafes and tourist landmarks nearby along with enjoying the fully-equipped kitchens, appliances and entertainment and connectivity features.

Where to Stay in Mumbai

There are several places worth residing in Mumbai for guests. Colaba is a charming locality with lovely guesthouses, bustling markets and stores galore. You will find the famous esplanade here with the Gateway of India monument and the terminal for taking a ferry to Elephanta Island nearby. Colaba offers museums and Gothic structures including the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus along with numerous galleries. Staying in Juhu is recommended for enjoying the beach life along with lip-smacking street food, premier cafes and scintillating sunsets.


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Facts About Mumbai

Mumbai was previously known as Bombay and is the capital of Maharashtra, being India’s second highest-populated State and the world’s 7th most populated city. Mumbai is the hub of the MMR (Mumbai Metropolitan Region) and was labeled as an alpha world city in the year 2008. It is India’s wealthiest city, home to the highest count of billionaires and millionaires in the country. It houses three World Heritage Sites classified by UNESCO including the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus and Elephanta Caves. Here are some interesting facts about Mumbai:

  • India’s first train ran on 16th April, 1853, between Thane and Mumbai.
  • The first Indian bus serviced started here on 15th July, 1926.
  • Mumbai is home to the world’s costliest house Antilia, owned by billionaire Mukesh Ambani.
  • The Bandra-Worli Sea Link is crafted from steel wire and cement equating to the girth of the Earth.
  • The Portuguese called it Bom Bhaia or good bay. Later it was renamed Bombay after passing to the British via dowry.
  • Mumbai was previously an archipelago comprising of seven islands, namely Isle of Bombay, Old Woman’s Island, Colaba, Mazagaon, Mahim, Worli and Parel.
  • Mumbai came from Mumbadevi or the patron Goddess here.
  • Mumbai is where Nobel Laureate Rudyard Kipling was born on 30th December, 1865.
  • The first person to own a car in the country was the founder of the Tata conglomerate, Sir Jamshetji Tata, back in 1901.
  • Juhu Aerodrome was the first Indian airport, set up in 1928.

Mumbai is the commercial hub of India, generating a whopping 6.16% of overall national GDP while contributing 25% of industrial output, 10% of factory-based employment, 60% of customs duty collections, 33% of income tax collections, 40% of foreign trade, 20% of central excise collections and 40 billion in corporate taxes as well. The MMR has an economy estimated at a whopping $151-368 billion.

The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport is the key international aviation hub catering to millions of passengers annually. A proposed Navi Mumbai International Airport is coming up in the Kopra-Panvel zone. The Juhu Aerodrome now has the Bombay Flying Club and heliport.

Cost of Living in Mumbai

Mumbai is one of the costliest cities to live in India. A meal for two people in any regular restaurant will cost roughly Rs. 1,500 while a monthly local transportation pass will be anywhere around Rs. 400-500. Taxi fares are Rs. 22 per kilometer while utility bills for a regular 2 BHK apartment will touch roughly Rs. 3-4,000 every month. 1 BHK rentals are anywhere between Rs. 25-35,000 while apartment prices are anywhere around Rs. 1.5-2 crore on average.

Tips for Visiting Mumbai

Here are some tips for visiting Mumbai:

  • Mumbai has huge traffic in peak hours. Morning traffic between 8-10 AM is massive between South Bombay and the suburbs. Always journey between 4-5 PM in the evenings since the roads are jam packed post 5.30 PM.
  • The Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport has T1 and T2 terminals with the former being the domestic terminal essentially. Know the airline you are flying with and the terminal.
  • Monsoons are tough in Mumbai with sizable rainfall and flooding along with traffic congestion. Avoid visiting during this time.
  • You can always use ferry services for visiting nearby islands like Elephanta Cave and Alibaug for reasonable charges.

Also Read: Mumbai Travel Guide: Tips for Moving

Things to Do in Mumbai

Mumbai offers numerous things to do for travelers. Here’s taking a look at some of them:

  • What are the most popular things to do in Mumbai?

Popular things to do include visiting the Gateway of India, exploring Crawford Market, heading over to Elephanta Island and also visiting the Sanjay Gandhi National Park along with the gorgeous Mumbai Taj.

  • What are some free things to do in Mumbai?

Free things to do include visiting the Gateway of India and Taj Mahal Hotel along with Marine Drive. You can also visit the Siddhivinayak Temple and Haji Ali Dargah for free. Hang out at Juhu Beach or Bandra Bandstand as well.

  • Does Mumbai have many romantic attractions?

Romantic attractions abound in Mumbai including Bandra Bandstand, Marine Drive, Worli Sea Face, Marine Drive, Juhu Beach, Versova Rock Beach, Sanjay Gandhi National Park and Colaba Causeway.

  • What are the most family-friendly things to do in Mumbai?

Family-friendly attractions include the Hanging Gardens in Malabar Hall, Essel World, Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Juhu Beach, Nehru Planetarium and Wonders Park along with KidZania.

  • What are the more unusual things to do in Mumbai?

Unusual things to do include driving on the Bandra-Worli Sea Link, exploring Colaba Causeway, venturing to the Hanging Gardens, tasting the street food, visiting the sole Chinese temple in Mumbai, visiting the zoo at Byculla and exploring Khotachiwadi.

Places to Visit in Mumbai

Here’s taking a look at some of the best places to visit in Mumbai.

  • Gateway of India – Mumbai’s defining attraction, this historic 26 meter archway fuses traditional Muslim-Indian architecture with Roman triumphal arch styles. It was built to welcome Queen Mary and King George V on their visit in the year 1911. The last troops of the British famously left India from under this arch post the declaration of Independence.
  • Marine Drive – The Queen’s Necklace lights up stunningly at night while the sunsets here are memorable to say the least. The 3.6 kilometer long boulevard is C-shaped with gorgeous views. The street is dotted with historic Art Deco buildings. The entire cluster is a UNESCO World Heritage site as well.
  • Bandra-Worli Sea Link – The Bandra-Worli Sea Link has transitioned towards becoming a major attraction. This cable stayed bridge opened in the year 2009, offering fabulous experiences for drivers. View the impressive landmark from the Bandra Fort, the famous watchtower built in 1640 by the Portuguese.
  • Taj Mahal Palace – A picture of the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel is a must when you are visiting Mumbai. This iconic landmark is more than India’s first ever luxury hotel. The design itself is worth viewing while a dekko at the Sea Lounge for high-tea is also recommended.

Also Read: Best Places to Visit in Mumbai with Friends

Places to Eat in Mumbai

Mumbai has numerous places to eat including Pizza By The Bay at Marine Drive and the iconic Café Leopold in Colaba along with Café Madras at Matunga. Gaylord is another famous restaurant at Marine Drive, serving chicken puffs and croissants. Trishna Restaurant in Fort is famous for its seafood while Chef Alex Sanchez helms The Table at Apollo Bunder.

Street Food in Mumbai

Popular street food joints include Bademiya in Colaba for lip-smacking kebabs and Aram Vadapav at CSMT along with New Martin for Goan sausages and Yazdani Bakery for breakfast. Sanjay Singh Sandwichwala, Gulshan-e-Iran, Mervan’s Grant Road and Noor Mohmaddi are other iconic destinations for sandwiches, Biryani and Bun Maska and Mava Samosa among other delicacies.

Also Read: Explore the Best Street Food in Mumbai

Shopping in Mumbai

Popular shopping zones in Mumbai include the Colaba Causeway, Crawford Market, Chor Bazaar, Linking Road and the Kala Ghoda Art Plaza Pavement Gallery along with Fashion Street, High Street Phoenix and Palladium.

Transportation in Mumbai

Mumbai has its suburban railway network along with the BEST buses, taxis, ferries and auto-rickshaws along with the Metro and Monorail networks. The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport is the key aviation hub while a new airport is coming up at Navi Mumbai as well.

Weather in Mumbai

Mumbai has a windy and oppressive monsoon while the weather mostly stays warm and clear throughout the year. The best time to visit is between late in January and mid April and also from mid November to early January.

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