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I want to know Luxery tax rate in Mumbai hotel

Tags: mumbai, money, real estate
Asked by gauravbhagwat1, 12 Jul '10 05:31 pm
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On average, you can expect to pay around $300 upwards for double room, per night. These rates reflects Mumbai's status as the most expensive city in India. There's a 10% luxury tax on room rates, which is a little less than the 12.5% in Delhi. All hotels have smoking and non-smoking rooms, so do be sure to request a room that's suitable for your needs.

Here are six of the best Mumbai luxury hotels with convenient locations, excellent facilities, and outstanding levels of customer service.

* Taj Mahal Palace & Tower Colaba
* The Four Seasons Worli
* InterContinental Marine Drive
* Le Royal Meridien Mumbai Airport
* Taj Lands End Bandra
* JW Marriot Juhu Beach
Answered by Eashwar, 12 Jul '10 05:27 pm

 
  
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