Mumbai hotel prices soar to Rs 5 lakh per night ahead of Ambani wedding

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Published July 11, 2024 at 10:06pm

    Mumbai hotel prices have surged to unprecedented levels

    The Four Seasons Mumbai is charging Rs 5 lakh per night

    Trident in Bandra Kurla is fully booked for July 11-12

In a city where luxury is a norm, hotel prices have surged to unprecedented levels, leaving many in shock. As the wedding of Anant Ambani, the youngest son of India’s wealthiest businessman Mukesh Ambani, and Radhika Merchant approaches, the city’s luxury hotels have seen a dramatic spike in room rates.

The grand wedding ceremony, set to take place at the Jio World Center in Mumbai from July 12 to 14, promises to be an extravagant affair. Pre-wedding rituals, including a vibrant Mehndi event attended by Bollywood stars, have already set the stage for the main event.

Also read: Three Falcon-2000 jets and 100 private flights ready for guests at Ambani wedding at Jio World Center tomorrow

The three-day celebration will be held at the 27-story grand mansion of the Ambanis, with the Jio World Convention Center serving as the primary venue. This state-of-the-art facility can accommodate around 16,000 guests, further emphasizing the grandeur of the event.

As a result of the high-profile wedding, Mumbai’s luxury hotel prices have skyrocketed. The Four Seasons Mumbai is charging Rs 5 lakh per night on July 12, excluding taxes. Similarly, the Trident in Bandra Kurla is fully booked for July 11-12, and prices at the nearby Mumbai BKC have reached Rs 66,434 per night on July 11. Other notable price hikes include ITC Grand Central at Rs 25,370, Oberoi Mumbai at Rs 63,130, and Taj The Trace at Rs 42,362 per room.

In some cases, rates have increased dramatically, with a hotel that typically charges Rs 13,000 now demanding Rs 91,350 per night on July 14. This surge reflects the wedding’s high-profile nature, as guests from around the globe flock to Mumbai to witness the union of Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant.

Mumbai hotel prices soar to Rs 5 lakh per night ahead of Ambani wedding

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    Mumbai hotel prices have surged to unprecedented levels

    The Four Seasons Mumbai is charging Rs 5 lakh per night

    Trident in Bandra Kurla is fully booked for July 11-12

In a city where luxury is a norm, hotel prices have surged to unprecedented levels, leaving many in shock. As the wedding of Anant Ambani, the youngest son of India’s wealthiest businessman Mukesh Ambani, and Radhika Merchant approaches, the city’s luxury hotels have seen a dramatic spike in room rates.

The grand wedding ceremony, set to take place at the Jio World Center in Mumbai from July 12 to 14, promises to be an extravagant affair. Pre-wedding rituals, including a vibrant Mehndi event attended by Bollywood stars, have already set the stage for the main event.

Also read: Three Falcon-2000 jets and 100 private flights ready for guests at Ambani wedding at Jio World Center tomorrow

The three-day celebration will be held at the 27-story grand mansion of the Ambanis, with the Jio World Convention Center serving as the primary venue. This state-of-the-art facility can accommodate around 16,000 guests, further emphasizing the grandeur of the event.

As a result of the high-profile wedding, Mumbai’s luxury hotel prices have skyrocketed. The Four Seasons Mumbai is charging Rs 5 lakh per night on July 12, excluding taxes. Similarly, the Trident in Bandra Kurla is fully booked for July 11-12, and prices at the nearby Mumbai BKC have reached Rs 66,434 per night on July 11. Other notable price hikes include ITC Grand Central at Rs 25,370, Oberoi Mumbai at Rs 63,130, and Taj The Trace at Rs 42,362 per room.

In some cases, rates have increased dramatically, with a hotel that typically charges Rs 13,000 now demanding Rs 91,350 per night on July 14. This surge reflects the wedding’s high-profile nature, as guests from around the globe flock to Mumbai to witness the union of Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant.

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