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Majestic Court Sarovar Portico, Navi Mumbai

Getting There


By Air
Mumbai is well connected by air with all the major cities in India and other countries with all the domestic and international airlines.  The Mumbai airport is approx 35 kms from the hotel.

By Rail
Mumbai is well connected to the rest of the country well with the Central Railway and Western Railway. The nearest railway terminus from the hotel will be Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus about 39 kms and Lokmanya Terminus about 23 Kms.

By Road
Mumbai is connected to the major cities like, Pune, Ahmedabad, etc by road.  The Mumbai Pune Express highway is about 15 km away from our hotel.

Navi Mumbai Local Information:
The commercial capital of the country, Mumbai is undoubtedly the largest and the most enchanting city in India. Originally an obscure village inhabited by the fishermen folk, its potential was recognized by the British who transformed it into the city that eventually grew into a giant. A cluster of seven islands initially, the British took up the task of land reclamation and fused all the islands into one. A heady mix of many odds, Mumbai can always amaze you with its paradox. One can ideally start touring Mumbai from Colaba which has the landmark structure, the Gateway of India. Nariman Point/Cuffe Parade comes as the swankiest of areas in Mumbai which apparently hold the wealthiest of businessmen in town. Flora Fountain and Marine Lines are the more industrial areas of the city. Going towards the more relaxed side of Mumbai, one can move towards the Marine Drive and Chowpatty where one would find most of tourists and a buzzing life. Haji Ali Dargah and the Siddhivinayak temple are undoubtedly the holiest of religious places here, thronged by endless devotees everyday. The suburbs of Mumbai are no less and have some glitzy malls and happening arenas. Mumbai has a lot to offer to all its visitors.

Navi Mumbai, located on the west coast of Maharashtra is the world's largest planned city. Developed in 1972 as the twin city of Mumbai, today it is a close competitor to Mumbai in every respect. With the proposed airport coming up in Panvel several companies are looking at setting up or have made their bases in Navi Mumbai. Also with major projects like Mumbai Trans Harbour Links (MTHL), Integrated Passenger Water Transport, Sion Panvel Expressway, Seawood-Uran Commuter Rail Link and Rewas Port, demand for quality accommodation in and around the area is likely to increase substantially.

The major industries are Shipping industries (Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust), Chemical factories (BASF, Croda), Engineering and Drilling Units (Shlumberrger, Baker Huges), Software companies and IT Parks.

Mahape is one of the biggest industrial hub in Mumbai Suburb. Millenium Business Park, a government owned IT park, is situated here. Also many of IT vendors, like Mastek, Hexaware Technologies and Iflect, have corporate offices here. The head office of Reliance Infocom - Dhirubhai Ambani Knowledge City, Dhirubai Ambani Life Sciences, Hindustan Levers, Siemens, Hydac also have their presence in Thane - Belapur Belt.

Places Of Interest:

DY Patil Stadium - The international cricket stadium also has other facilities including 9 tennis hard courts, 4 indoor badminton courts and an Olympic sized swimming pool. A unique feature of the stadium is the cantilever roof which eliminates the need for any supports thus providing the spectators with an unobstructed view of the match from any place within the stand.

Sagar Vihar Garden - The garden stands facing the Thane creek offering a pleasant view of the creek and is an ideal place to spend a relaxing evening and admiring natural beauty.

Pandavpada Waterfalls - These are located in Kharghar and form one of the most popular picnic destinations. The falls are an especially pretty during the monsoons as the water gushes from a height.

Karnala Fort - This 12th century fort is located between Pen and Panvel. At the bottom of the fort is the bird sanctuary rich with natural habitats for 150 species of birds including the Red-vented Bulbul, Horn Bill, Owl, Ashy Rain War Blur, Paradise Fly Catcher, and RobinMcPie.