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The front desk has been nice and helpful and was very helpful in advice on what to do in the city.Hotel was very clean as well as the room and bathroom.Auto /Taxi easily available from the out side of the hotel OLA...More
I booked this hotel 2 mths in advance making a special request for the quietest room. Instead they gave me the noisiest room, 507, at the corner of the 2 noisiest streets in Bandra. No sleep all night. I got moved to room 502 after...More
They allow music till 1230 am in the morning in their restaurant. A real nuisance for a comfy hotel. I will call Gabriel tomorrow to complain. After a tiring day you would expect some quality sleep...but was utterly disappointed ...
The advantage is only its location. The rooms are small. Service is very slow. Some staff is courteous but some are rude. As compared to the ambiance the cost appears more. In some rooms, the air conditioners are very noisy.
The place is not that good when u see them online. Not value for money as they are very expensive but online they are okay. The staff is very very good nice people and ready to help you whether in restaurant or front desk.
Known as the Queen of Suburbs, Bandra is Mumbai’s favourite neighbourhood Buzzing with hip and artsy events, watering holes in every nook and corner, quaint cafes for every mood of the day, graffitied streets of tiny Catholic villages, stunning views of the Bandra-Worli Sea Link and Worli’s skyline from the historic Bandra Fort, are just some of the reasons that makes Bandra a reigning cultural hotspot. All
visitors always feel welcomed here by the aroma of freshly baked bread wafting through the bakeries on Hill Road, celebrities casually strolling around the bylanes of Pali Hill, street shopping on Linking Road, beautiful sunsets at Carter Road & Bandstand and candle-lit historic churches including the centuries-old Mount Mary Basilica.