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I reached at 9.45 pm on 13 Nov. 2017 after attending to my relative in ICU of a nearby hospital. I needed a single room and they gave me a room with a an adjoining room with door inside! Although it was locked from both...More
getting here easy 1.5 km frm bandra station.near lila vati hospital, view is grt..bandra worli sea link at night looks so awesome frm the room....its an old hotel more than 50 yrs old ..rooms below par..Services pathetic food is ok...they have an auditorium with a...More
Checked out Rang Sharda for friends visiting from Australia, when I went for a play in the auditorium. There is a Banquet/Conference hall , free-parking, and 2 Restaurants , one of which situated on the terrace. Rooms are okay for the price.
The Hotel is...More
I was a Hotel staff worked here. I wish to give the review to please donot go to stay or dine in this hotel as the service is of third grade quality. The service is worst than the smaller restaurants around the streets. The staffs...More
This was my 1st stay in the hotel and was surprised with its location (for the price) and the views. This hotel is located near Lilavati hospital in Bandra Reclamation and has amazing views of the Bandra Worli Sea Link and ocean. There is a...More
US$59 - US$89 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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.