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Situated in one of the most cozy and attractive spots in Mumbai this hostal is really to recommend. It's charming and original. The hotel opened about 75 years ago and is still run by same family. You can feel the tradition of good service, hospitality...More
Lawrence and his mother are wonderful hosts. They try to help you with everything. Excellent location for a good price. Tried to go back this month but they are fully booked. I am not surprised. All the best.
I was 3 nights there with my family and I , perfect guest house: there is the minimum to enjoy your stay, very straight forward but anything you need, there is indeed no plugs in the room, but Mickael ( the nicest owner ever) will...More
I first discovered the Lawrence hotel in the 80s and then again in the 90s.
So I will go back again to the same. You have to be flexible and cut out the crap of looks because when you get your room it is clean...More
This place is a total bargain for its location! Close to some great cafes and shops in a nice area of Mumbai. The couple who run it are LOVELY.
It's quite hard to find and you have to go up a very poorly-lit staircase -...More
Undeniably among the most historic neighborhoods, Fort binds the entire city together. Those wanting to learn more about the roots of Mumbai will have a treat picking up cues here. From Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) (Mumbai’s most recognised railway station) to the famed Town Hall and some of the oldest bazaars, Fort reflects Mumbai’s rich past in ways that few neighborhoods do. Popular for its family-run Parsi
restaurants, special Gujarati thalis and khau-gullies, Fort is also the home for ‘Kala Ghoda’, Mumbai’s famous art district. Home to celebrated museums, art and handicraft galleries, trendy cafes and streets adorned with abstract art, this funky neighbourhood is a confluence of old world charm and fearless creativity of the local artists. One should not miss the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival held every year in February when the whole area transforms into a carnival for art lovers.
Response from AlvitoAbreo | Property representative |
Unfortunately we do not have an official website as we are a very small establishment.You can book accommodation here by telephone.The telephone code for India is 91 or 091 depending on which country you are in,followed by... More
Unfortunately we do not have an official website as we are a very small establishment.You can book accommodation here by telephone.The telephone code for India is 91 or 091 depending on which country you are in,followed by 22 which is the code for Mumbai followed by our telephone number which is 22843618.