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Small but neat rooms.Reception and room service average.Was told breakfast is complimentary but was charged for breakfast.Hotel okay for short stay.Big difference in tariff when hotel booked online.Hotel staff good and always available at short notice
The location is at very noisy place. Rooms are small. Staff are rude. Bathrooms are dirty. No hot water. Unhygienic toilets. Too expensive for what it is. Please avoid this place if you can. Noisy at nights. Staff is not helping. Parking is on the...More
Very poor for the price! Avoid them at all cost! The rooms are unbelievably small. There is no hot water. Flush is not working. The staff is not helpful. It seems like they have no internetion to help!
Pls pls do not book this hotel online.
Fraud pics are shown.
Promised and gave in writing B/fast as complimentry but at the the time of checkout charged for B/fast.
Rooms very small as compared to pics shown.
Very rude owner .
Dosent hav pantry...More
It is not a great hotel but at the price it is good in a place like Mumbai. The reception is on the ground floor and the rooms are on the first floor. The rooms are quite small. They have a small pantry but do...More
US$37 - US$54 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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With major film and television studios in the vicinity, Andheri West is one of the most popular neighbourhoods in Mumbai. It constitutes of Lokhandwala Complex, Versova, Four Bungalows and Oshiwara that are not just lanes full of cafes, pubs, bookstores, malls, multi-cuisine restaurants, street shopping bargains but they also are homes of aspiring
actors who have moved to the entertainment capital of India. Breezy Versova, however, has its own charm – a small fishing village of the Kolis is now an upmarket area with a vibrant nightlife. Visitors can find some breathtaking views of the Mumbai coastline from the beach and Versova fort, especially at sunset.