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It pains me to write this review about this iconic hotel that has been in existence since time immemorial. Unfortunately, everything about the hotel is also stuck in a time warp except one big change they have made recently. They no longer add a 10%...More
This Hotel has best view of Sea from it’s Hotel room balcony,
Don’t forget to ask Sea facing Hotel Rooms,
Worth for money.
Rooms are very spacious and Old Fashioned like Vintage.
Room service is good and staff are friendly.
Best place for Solo Travellers.
Hotel is located on the beach road i.e marine drive. It is an old building so need some renovation.
Food options in the hotel are very limited. They have to improve on this part.
Rooms are spacious. Overall hotel is good for the solo traveler.
Visited with family ! Old furniture and no restaurant ! Toilet doors eroded and instant geyser hot water ! Wait for half an hour minimum for hot water bucket !
Breakfast included means only toast butter and tea coffee? Never go for breakfast !
Marine drive is a very expensive place and this is a really good if you are not going to spend a lot of time inside the room.
Didn't get the sea-facing room, but the rooms are just fine. Best in case you are travelling for...More
US$73 - US$101 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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This ‘Queen’s Necklace’ is a beautiful drive along the coast of South Mumbai stretching from Nariman Point in the south to Malabar Hill in the north. The sea-facing promenade offers a favourite break time for Mumbai locals – college students, families, couples, tea & coffee vendors, foot and head massagers and photographers often flock to gossip or just gaze at the skyline. The views during the monsoons (June till
September) are particularly breathtaking. Studded with Chowpatty Beach for its lip-smacking street food, Bachelor’s for its unique ice creams and India’s oldest aquarium, at night the streetlights along this drive enhance the dramatic arch of the bay.