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Having started some renovation work at our flat in Mumbai, we could not stay there (we live in Jaipur) so booked into the Landsend which is a few buildings away.
From Check in to Check out everything was more than satisfactory.
The staff was helpful...More
I stayed with my family on 27 th to 29 th Dec 17. This was my second stay here. Very satisfactory services all over the place. Fun filled property, will like to stay here again. The staff is well behaved.More
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Response from PChander, General Manager at Taj Lands End MumbaiResponded 18 January 2018
Greetings from Taj Lands End, Mumbai!
Thank you for taking the time to write about us on TripAdvisor following your experience with us. I am glad to know that you had a pleasant stay.
We look forward to welcoming you back!
Stayed at the hotel for two days. Because I was an inner circle member I was upgraded to a better room without even asking which was amazing. The room was just spectwcular with a clear sea view! Best part was the bathroom with an amazing...More
We were put up on the 21st floor with a great sea view. We found the room thoughtfully designed, with a super comfortable bed and of course the usual Taj amenities. Breakfast and hi-tea at the Club Lounge were quite good, though they do encourage...More
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.
For a women in mumbai .. I would suggest u to book a very good hotel in colaba .. As most of the attraction are in colaba .. That will consume less travel time .. And yes .. First plan out the no. Of days u want to spend in... More
For a women in mumbai .. I would suggest u to book a very good hotel in colaba .. As most of the attraction are in colaba .. That will consume less travel time .. And yes .. First plan out the no. Of days u want to spend in mumbai and delhi .. And accordingly book the air tickets in advance .. Let me know if u need more help! Cheers!