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Top 5 Budget Hotels In Mumbai For Business Conferences

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Mumbai is a city of dreams as well as the commercial hub of India. Though loved and revered by people, the city puts up a tough challenge when it comes to finding venues and accommodation, especially for corporates to arrange business conferences. So, for those in search of budget hotels in Mumbai for business conference, here’s a special list curated for you:

Hotel Ibis, Vashi

Conference Room inside IBIS Hotel Vashi, Mumbai

Situated at a short distance from the Vashi railway station, Hotel Ibis stands tall in the business and shopping district of Mumbai. A nine-story structured building, it not only offers conference facilities for business meetings but also has the space to accommodate up to 100 people at this venue.
With a clean, comforting ambiance and a well-lit décor, this budget-friendly hotel imparts an element of elegance to it, thus making it a perfect venue for social gatherings, conferences, etc.

Rack Rate:  Rs 850/person

Capacity : 50 100 persons

Aura Grande, Andheri

Aura Grande Banquet

With a grand lobby covered with exquisite marble flooring, the Aura Grande hotel welcomes and impresses its guests with an intricately carved golden backdrop at the reception itself.
Located in the heart of Andheri and the hotel is surrounded by IT hubs as well as several shopping outlets thus making it a favorite among business travelers. Known for the top quality of diverse cuisines and restaurants, the hotel also offers banquet halls for hosting events as well as accommodating up to 400 guests with packages starting from Rs. 750 per person.

Rack Rate:  Rs 750/person

Capacity : 50 – 400 persons

Hotel Krishna Palace, Nana Chowk

Conference Room in Hotel Krishna Palace

Located in the Southern part of Mumbai and minutes away from CST Station, Hotel Krishna Palace is designed to look minimalist and elegant. It houses five conference and banquet halls that make it extremely suitable for hosting all kinds of corporate events. Accommodating about 500 guests, the hotel has the facility of a rooftop banquet for meetings and corporate gatherings as well. So for a corporate event in South Mumbai, this would make the perfect place.

Rack Rate:  Rs 900/person

Capacity : 100 – 250 persons

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Hotel Shantidoot, Dadar

Banquet in Hotel Shantidoot, Dadar


Click to see the 360 degree views
Click to see the 360-degree view

Located in the hustling and bustling area of Dadar, this budget hotel offers a warm and pleasant ambiance for its guests. Well-equipped with state-of-the-art technology, Hotel Shantidoot houses a banquet hall for events accommodating up to 200 guests. Also, it is ideal for business travelers since it is located in the well-connected area of Dadar giving them easy access to the southern and northern parts of Mumbai.

Rack Rate:  Rs 700/person

Capacity : 50 – 250 persons

Sea-Side Hotel, Juhu

Conference Room in Sea Side Hotel, Juhu

This beach-facing hotel is located in the posh area of Juhu and offers well-maintained and well-equipped rooms within a pocket-friendly budget. This hotel is close to the international airport and stands tall near the seashore looking grand and magnificent. If you are looking for a simple yet elegant hotel then, this is one special hotel. With a warm and comforting ambiance and extravagant interiors, Sea-Side Hotel is well-known for hosting business conferences and meetings at its banquet halls and has packages starting from Rs 700 per head. It is a popular shopping area of Juhu making it ideal for tourists as well as business travelers.

Those are the five best budget hotels in Mumbai that will not only fulfill all your basic necessities for conferences but also give you the perfect feel of the eclectic city.

Rack Rate:  Rs 700/person

Capacity : 30 – 120 persons

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Nikita Karnani

An eternal glass half-full kind of girl, I love all things with colour and soul! Being an avid reader and an aspiring author, I enjoy words and moonlight as a freelance content writer for fashion, finance, technology, sports and being a timeless foodie I write on food as well.

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