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High Street Phoenix, Mumbai

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If you fancy some retail therapy, explore High Street Phoenix, one of the largest shopping malls in the country. Explore the 310,000 sq m (3,300,000 sq ft) of floor space and 500 high-end stores. Dine in one of the many eateries, from Western fast food brands to tapas bars and bistros. Other diversions on site include a palladium, trampoline park, and bowling alley. Be sure to wear comfortable clothing and shoes for exploring this massive retail space. Put High Street Phoenix into our Mumbai sightseeing planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • The Mall is huge with a large variety of international brands. There was some sort of sales when we went there and most of the shops were offering attractive discounts. Did most of my shopping at the ...  more »
  • For the elite shopper, this mall is a dream run with the best brands and the most expensive goods. For others, it is a good hangout area with a lot of eateries, lots of space for kids to move around a...  more »
  • It has very huge area with bigger showrooms of international brands with PVR.They also have separate play area for kids as well good brands of eatable like M'c Donald's,Fiza, Subway and Dominos Pizza....  more »
  • Huge shopping mall. Has the most of the world famous brands. And high end brands. They have a big variety of cuisine and food in their food court. Worth to see if want to do shopping without bargaining and walking in the crowded streets of Bombay. But definitely nothing like the usual street experience in Bombay. Mall is awesome but crowd is Cheap. It's too big almost 2-3 days you need if you visit all stores. Just ignore crowd and move on and enjoy the place. Live music, fun activities many more events going on. Mostly on weekends. So better visit on weekends.
  • One stop solution for all your shopping needs. Good place for partying also. So many reputed restaurant and pubs are here. It feels like we in USA when we meet this place. Very neat and clean shopping hub in South Mumbai... Loved it
  • Best place to shop which has some of the best collections of stores (please note other stores of brands located in Phoenix do not necessarily have the same collection). Good eateries, children play area, good music in the common arena and a multiplex as well. Good place for family and friends to hangout.
  • One of the best designed malls I've been to. Love going there. It has a vast number of shops and restaurants to choose from. Very well decorated during festivals. Has a parking lot and pretty efficient security measures.
  • I've heard it's way different from what it used to be years ago. The mall is great & has some nice design elements (especially in the Palladium building), but I'm not so sure about the 3-separate building design. Firstly it has no food court which is appalling. The restaurants are distributed between the buildings according to price range. The sheer distinction between the 3 buildings was also something that peeved me and this was glaringly apparent in the toilets. (Tip: if ya need to go to the loo, do yourself a favour & head to the Palladium building). All in all it was a good experience albeit a tad tiring because of all the walking between buildings.

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Where to stay in Mumbai

In a cramped city like Mumbai, finding a budget hotel can present a serious challenge. Many business travelers and tourists choose to stay in South Mumbai, the oldest and richest neighborhood in the city. Accommodations here put you close to most top museums, restaurants, bars, art galleries, and shops. Proximity to major attractions comes at a premium price, though--not surprising for one of the most expensive cities in Asia. If you plan to visit on a tight budget, look for options near railway stations, but prepare for low-grade rooms and few or no amenities.
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