Day Spa Offer, 35% on all spa Therapies – Trident Bandra Kurla, Mumbai, India

Enter the serene and soothing interiors of Trident Spa at 35% off.

Offer Includes
– Accommodation from 9 a.m to 6 p.m.
– Savings of 35% on all spa therapies between 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
– Complimentary use of the fitness centre and swimming pool

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Trident Hotel Bandra Kurla reviews:

Trident Hotel Bandra Kurla
Trident Hotel Bandra Kurla
4.6 out of 5 stars
10 reviews
C 56
G Block, Bandra Kurla Complex, G Block BKC, Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400098, India
022 6672 7777
Trident Hotel Bandra Kurla
Anuj Kothari
5 out of 5 stars
Very nice and cozy place. Located a little away from the main Street but quite accessible. Mainly a business hotel. Place is relatively quiet and empty...
Trident Hotel Bandra Kurla
Bhoomi Property Solutions Pune India
5 out of 5 stars
Great property. Very famous among short duration & overnight travellers. Good food, courteous staff. Only challenge very very tiny porch area
Trident Hotel Bandra Kurla
srinath nair
5 out of 5 stars
Great place to stay. Restaurant and bar are nice and well appointed. The service is excellent. Rooms are nicely done and automated. Great place. Highly...
Trident Hotel Bandra Kurla
Pooja Redekar
5 out of 5 stars
Lovely place.. awesome service.. great food.. and its near(almost opposite to) US Counsulate General 😉 ...
Trident Hotel Bandra Kurla
Shahzad Shaikh
5 out of 5 stars
Best hotel located in center of Mumbai. Well maintained clean rooms. State of art Gym. Swimming pool. Fast room service. Cooperative staff.

About India


One of the oldest cities in the world, Varanasi is located in the upper east area of India and is not far from the border with Nepal. Sitting on the Ganges River, the city is an overwhelming display of crowds, colors and ancient Indian architecture. Roads are packed with people, cars, cows and the pavement is more or less dirt and mud depending upon when you are there.

Architecturally, Varanasi is a typical of India itself. You’ll find shanty towns and run down homes laying in contrast to stunning temples and homes of the Maharajas. If you want to be impressed, simply walk down to the Ganges River and look up and down the river. The structures lining the river will remind you of Venice, Italy, without the glitz. The towering structures are both beautiful and ancient.

Following this view, a visit to the Darbhanga Ghat is an eye opener. The massive structure is home to the Maharajas of Dharbhanga of Bihar. The Ghat reeks of power, mysticism and long ago ages. You’ll know what I mean when you see it.


The Ganges is the hub of life in Varanasi. The holiest of cities, Varanasi is known as the city of light, but is really the city of death. Believed to have been founded by the Hindu goddess Shiva, the city is a mecca for those seeking religious enlightenment. Thousands of Indians seek to cleanse themselves in the waters each morning, which makes for an explosion of activity and colorful dresses. The rest of the day will amaze you even more.

As the holiest Hindu city, many of the Hindu faith believe dying in Varanasi brings enlightenment. Thousands upon thousands of Hindus travel to the city in their later years for this purpose. Charitable institutions and Hindu temples take in the multitude of elderly. Although not as prevalent as in the past, many of the deceased are cremated in the open on pyres overlooking the Ganges. It is truly a site to be seen.

In many ways, Varanasi is a microcosm of India. If you visit only one place in India, Varanasi should be the destination.

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