Abode Bombay, Mumbai

About Abode Bombay, Mumbai

Abode Bombay, Mumbai - Address

Address: First Floor, Lansdowne House Building, M.B. Marg, Near Regal Cinema, Apollo Bunder, Colaba, Apollo Bandar, Colaba, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400001, India

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Overview of Abode Bombay

Home to Abode Bombay is the city of Mumbai in the country of India. If you have enough time to explore the interiors of the city, you will pass by Abode Bombay.

Abode Bombay is not a popular tourist spot and visitors exploring prime attractions like Mahalakshmi Temple, Gateway Of India, Shree Siddhivinayak, Elephanta Caves and Haji Ali Dargah. For more popular attractions visit things to do in Mumbai.

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Getting around Abode Bombay, Mumbai

Public Transport : Train

Suggested transit method is Train. The distance between the points being 4.63 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 10 minutes. The expense of the trip is INR 4.

Public Transport : Bus

The most preferred mode of transport is Bus from S P Mukerji Chowk Museum. The transit will take around 32 minutes, covering a distance of 8.82 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly INR 24.


Take a Taxi. The total distance will be 8.12 Kilometre costing INR 260 and the duration of the trip will be 8 minutes.


It is recommended to take Towncar which will cost you roughly INR 130, taking around 8 minutes. The distance between the two points is 8.12 Kilometre.


By walking for 93 minutes for a distance of 7.73 Kilometre.


Suggested transit method is Car. The distance between the points being 0.22 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 0 minutes. The expense of the trip is USD 1.


It is recommended to walk. The distance is around 0.22 Kilometre and it will take around 3 minutes to reach the place on foot.

Public Transport : Train

Take a Train. The total distance will be 9.36 Kilometre costing INR 5 and the duration of the trip will be 16 minutes.

Public Transport : Bus

It is recommended to take Bus from S P Mukerji Chowk Museum, which will cost you roughly INR 30, taking around 53 minutes. The distance between the two points is 15.24 Kilometre.


Best transit method is Taxi. The distance is 12.84 Kilometre, costing around INR 360. The duration of the trip is 12 minutes.


Suggested transit method is Car. The distance between the points being 12.84 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 12 minutes. The expense of the trip is USD 2.


The most preferred mode of transport is Towncar. The transit will take around 12 minutes, covering a distance of 12.84 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly INR 210.

Abode Bombay, Mumbai Reviews - Write a Review

  • Amazing place, but 2 floor is a little inconvenient for long people as cowling is too short in places and feels like an attic. But amazing service and hospitality and very courteous staff.

  • Great place to stay. Amazing and helpful staff. Very near the Taj Gateway and Gateway of India.

  • Abode is a hidden gem in the Mumbai hotel scene. Housed in a wonderfully ancient building, this boutique hotel sports delightful rooms, a wonderful common area, some seriously delicious coffee and the friendliest staff ever. Plus, they are socially conscious - their airport pickups are by single mothers and a lot of the stuff they use is recycled.

  • Stayed in this hotel for two weeks, and it’s one the best hotels I have stayed in, everything was commendable, but the best part was the staff, they were always ready to assist and were really hard working and interactive, I would highly recommend this hotel to everyone. Cheers.

  • In Brief: Good - Location - Very good close to many great sites. Ambiance - quirky heritage. Food - simple, good quality and healthy Service - sincere homely. Facility - good massage service by blind masseuses. Wifi - free but a little slow. Comfort - very good bed. Super quiet. Bad - Upstairs Rooms - Very small with very low ceiling. No toilets in room. Accessibility - very limited. Value - upstairs rooms overpriced. Electrical - the heritage chic makes it almost impossible to charge your gadgets. After 4 days of travelling I was looking for a comfortable place close to the tasks I had in mind the following day. I booked through TA via the linked booking providers. Smooth and quick process. When I arrived I immediately liked the ambience. Unfussy and informal. Heritage Chic but not pretentious. Check-in was quick which was perfect because I needed to sleep badly. After over 10,000km in 6 flights in 4 days I was exhausted. The room was up a very steep flight of narrow stairs. Then you are in to the world of hobbits. Whosever designed this hotel or refurbished the original very old building must have understood the risks and compromise. The result is that, even for very average height people, you are constantly ducking under the structural beams supporting the low ceiling. Ok they are very well padded but it is quite strange. It wouldn't put me coming here again but I think for anyone taller than 1.8m it would be a pain (or funny depending on their sense of humour). Room The room is very small. Ok for one person but it would be uncomfortable for two people if both were trying to sort out their luggage or just move around. Bed - Excellent comfort and high quality linen. Really good cushions. The furniture was fine and the tiny shower room ok. The light switches are all in keeping with the old world charm so don't expect bedside switches. Get up and switch the light off. What was annoying was there was no working socket for charging my phone. I had to unplug the table lamp. Service I booked a massage for the following morning. By morning I had forgotten having had a good number of drinks at a local bar at night. However when the knock on the door and the staff waking me up to remind me the massage was welcome and I was impressed with the blind masseur. The staff are really relaxed and efficient. Breakfast Wholesome, simple and good quality. I loved having my fried eggs exactly like I described to the waiter and served on hot buttered whole-meal bread. Accessibility Now I would like to say something positive about this but seriously this is a place where semi-ambulatory will have difficulty and fully paraplegic wheelchair users haven't a chance without serious carer assistance. Entrance Firstly there are the 7 steps to get up into the building lobby. If you and your chair combined are not too heavy and you don't mind being manhandled then you can get into the building. Lift The lift is fine apart from the slight mismatch of the level when it arrives it is at least a reasonable size. You will need assistance with the old style folding metal gates. Hotel lobby/restaurant/sitting room. This is a combined use room. Very quaint and nice. Not too easy for a wheelchair but then not too difficult either. The upper rooms of the 1st floor are next to impossible. The lower rooms are bigger but with some help manageable. Lower Room - Bathroom If you are travelling alone forget using the bathrooms. The doors open inwards and block the way to the shower and anyway you couldn't get a wheelchair in there. The only way to use this if you are paraplegic is with a lot of help and even then it would be hard for the carer to manage you in that small space. So in a nutshell. This place is useable if you are partially sighted but for any kind of serious paralysis it's nearly impossible.

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