Ancient yet modern, fabulously rich yet achingly poor. Once a sultry tropical archipelago of seven islands and the Raj's brightest jewel, Mumbai was the dowry of the Portuguese Princess Infanta Catherine de Braganza who married Charles II of England in 1661. Today it's a teeming metropolis, commercial hub of an old civilization seeking to find its place in the New World Order. Forty percent of India's taxes come from this city alone, and half of India's international trade passes through its splendid natural harbor. In fact Mumbai is the very soul of human enterprise.
Ramee Guestline Hotel Juhu Mumbai - Located just 100 meters from Mumbai’s famous Juhu Beach and in proximity to international airport, It is one of the most famous 4-star budget hotels in Mumbai. In tune with its common organizational ethics, service ethos and customer care culture, Ramee Guestline Hotel Juhu.
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Swap your heels with soothing sands. Stroll over them as the fresh breeze caresses your hair, whispering the secrets of relaxation! Considered as the most famous beach in India, the Juhu Beach borders a posh locality where most celebrities dwell. Popular for its scenic beauty and tantalizing street food, the beach is your go-to destination for a respite from the daily humdrum and at the same time, a tryst with peace. When here, don’t forget to give the local food stalls a try. You can also attend Yoga sessions conducted by different groups.
Juhu is a suburb of Mumbai. It is most famous for the sprawling Juhu beach. It is surrounded by the Arabian Sea to the west, Versova to the north, Santacruz and Vile Parle to the east, and Khar to the south. Juhu is among the most affluent areas of the city and home to many Bollywood celebrities. The nearest railway stations are Santacruz, Andheri and Vile Parle on the Western Line and Harbour Line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway.