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I have been there for 2 days. Good part about this hotel is location, hotel is in worli and near sea link.
Property is not new but management keep upgrading the infrastructure and this cause some noise and disturbance for guest.
Food is gud. Lobby...More
Central location close to worli sea face.
Surprisingly excellent food which I notice consistently.
Cannot except much courtesy from the staff, while the restaurant staff are very good. But I feel their attitude can improve.
most of the time AC won't work, bathroom exhaust fans have awkward auto on/off timings. complimentary breakfast just ok. in general found staff in restaurant and housekeeping courteous except a few ones on front reception very blunt and inconsiderate. not a value for money unless...More
Very good place to stay near Worli sea face and sea link. Food is good and nice ambience. You get the real feel of Mumbai while staying here. Neat and clean hotel. Just close to the posh locality of Worli. Also a good place to...More
A budget hotel, location is its only usp. it's located barely 40 - 50 meters from Worli seaface, close to the worli end of Bandra - Worli sea link. If you want to stay in south Mumbai, close to the sea, but, at the same...More
US$96 - US$188 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Scenes of Mumbai are incomplete without the postcard views of the Worli Sea Face. A picturesque promenade that overlooks endless blue waters of the Arabian Sea with a distant Bandra Worli Sea Link as the backdrop and the entire Mumbai skyline behind, this neighbourhood close to Mumbai’s favourite Shree Siddhivinayak Temple is where South Mumbai begins. It
is a business district and a major residential area with a number of high-end restaurants, shopping outlets and is inhabited mostly by affluent people of the city. Famous for experiencing giant waves during monsoon season, it attracts locals and tourists alike throughout the year.