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I stayed with some of my colleagues when we came to participate in Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon and we were put in this hotel by our company. It was on a very good location, neat and clean, breakfast was pretty elaborated and as m vegetarian,...More
For practice people who like a neat, clean, friendly and a VERY WELL LOCATED hotel THIS IS THE PLACE.
After nearly a half century living in India I was put up here by a company and I was delightfully surprised that one can walk to...More
The best feature of this hotel is its location. Strategically located next to Churchgate Station, it is within walking distance of Gateway of India, CST Station, Marine Drive, Fort area, Flora Fountain, Nariman Point, Dalal Street, RBI, Kala Ghoda, etc. So whether you are there...More
The Astoria'n Breakfast was an experience - not because of the spread : but made different by the chef " Yadav". This chef masters in south indian.... try the quaint idli's, or the crispy Dosa's...Its a south indian relater's delight
There is a also a...More
The hotel is near Churchgate metro station and near Marine Drive. In 20 min on foot you can reach Colaba and the Gateway of India, Flora Fountain and all the principal tourist spots in South Mumbai. Personal is nice and take care of you.
US$107 - US$172 (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.