Hostels in Mumbai, India

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Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
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Backpacker Panda Colaba
9,0 Excellent
15, Walton Road, Mumbai, India
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4,0 km from city centre, Mumbai, MH, India 
ExcellentBased on 19 reviews
9,0

Backpacker Panda Colaba is set in Mumbai and is close to nearby sightseeing spots, such as the Gateway of India and Nariman House. It is ideally positioned for those wishing to visit the area's popular attractions.

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  • What is the cost of a hostel in Mumbai?

    Mumbai hostels are R150/night, on average. However, you may find that prices fluctuate depending on the time of year. In August is often the cheapest month to book, and in August is the most expensive month to book a hostel in Mumbai. Our users recently found hostels for R23/night - which is currently the lowest price. Keep in mind that we would consider anything in Mumbai for R133/night or less a good deal.

  • What hostel is closest to Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji Intl Airport?

    Horn Ok Please Hostel is 5,1 km away from Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji Intl Airport, making it the closest Mumbai hostel to the city’s most popular airport.

  • What area of Mumbai is most popular to stay in?

    Western Suburbs is the most popular area of Mumbai to stay in. In the past year, 9% of HotelsCombined users looking for Mumbai hostels searched within Western Suburbs. Bichona Hostel is a popular hostel in Western Suburbs if you choose to stay in the area.

  • Should I stay in a Mumbai hostel?

    Staying in a Mumbai hostel has many benefits, including cost savings, proximity to the centre of the city, a social and laid-back atmosphere, and similar amenities to hotels (such as Wi-Fi, continental breakfast, or 24/7 check-in). Hostels in Mumbai tend to attract younger, solo travellers, but they can be great for couples and families as well.