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The hotel is at a fine location, the quality is so/so, but otherwise reasonable. I would recommend but the staff makes it extremely difficult to have some peace of mind. Particularly after having to deal with the amount of scammers, beggars and noise outside, an...More
Me and my partner travelled Asia on a very low budget so we have stayed in some hotels that have been a bit dirty, smelly and have had bad service however, this place is just something else. There is so many bad things to say...More
We only decided to stay here as we were tired and couldn't find another hotel nearby. The room was tiny, only a little space to manoeuvre around the bed and outside the window was what looked like a slum. The wifi was probably the best...More
Stay away from this place where they will try to rip you off. Prices are inflated for the low value of the place. Everything is a lie.
A) the wifi that they promise doesn't work all the time / is really slow
B) don't bother...More
Stayed here for two nights. Little hard to find as it's down a lane way and on the fourth floor, there is a lift though.
The room was really small and bathroom had slanted roof so can't stand up straight in all areas.
US$21 - US$34 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Undeniably among the most historic neighborhoods, Fort binds the entire city together. Those wanting to learn more about the roots of Mumbai will have a treat picking up cues here. From Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) (Mumbai’s most recognised railway station) to the famed Town Hall and some of the oldest bazaars, Fort reflects Mumbai’s rich past in ways that few neighborhoods do. Popular for its family-run Parsi
restaurants, special Gujarati thalis and khau-gullies, Fort is also the home for ‘Kala Ghoda’, Mumbai’s famous art district. Home to celebrated museums, art and handicraft galleries, trendy cafes and streets adorned with abstract art, this funky neighbourhood is a confluence of old world charm and fearless creativity of the local artists. One should not miss the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival held every year in February when the whole area transforms into a carnival for art lovers.