The Institute of Hotel Management, Catering Technology and Applied Nutrition, Mumbai was established in 1954 and is accredited by AICTE. The institute began functioning with six students. IHM Mumbai offers admission in B.Sc Hotel Management along with a Diploma in Food Production. The institute has 15 lecture rooms in addition to a computer lab. There are three training kitchens which are equipped with the latest equipment. There is also a fine dining restaurant which is used for training and has a capacity of 100 people. IHM has a mock bar as well which enables students to train in cocktail making and service.
The institute has hostel rooms which offer views of the Bandra-Worli Sea Link and the Mumbai skyline. Girls and boys hostels are located on the campus. The boys' hostel has 45 well-maintained rooms which are available on a triple sharing basis. The girls' hostel has 20 rooms, and there is an NRI hostel for girls which has 9 rooms. The rooms come with a kitchenette. IHM also has a well-stocked library with a collection of over 5000 hospitality books, magazines and journals. Internet ports are also available everywhere including the hostel, cafeteria and dining hall. The institute also has a functional training hotel on the campus which is used for training students in all the core areas of hotel industry. In addition to it, there are six banquet halls which are used for conferences and workshops.