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Family Stay at the sea facing suite. Quite spacious rooms for the location. The view overlooks the Marine Drive and has a good view. Very windy and is located near NCPA and Colaba where you could shop and eat.
This is the second time I stayed here. What attracts me to this place is location, dead on Marine Drive and spacious rooms. This is old Parsi stile building well maintained. Reasonable cost, decent breakfast. The room service staff was good and friendly. Frond desk...More
Elder staff at reception are very very rude. They don't know how to talk especially to women. I had selected this hotel by mistake. I had stayed at Sea Green South earlier and that stay was better. This time also I was trying to book...More
A friend and I we travelling India and in Mumbai we stayed at this hotel. The staff were rude and unhelpful. After being told over the phone that it was £75 for 2 nights on payment they charged us £150.
This might not break the...More
The rooms are very old and basic, but neat, bathrooms are clean and have provision for hot water. Room service is good and Wi-Fi & TV is available in the rooms. The complimentary breakfast is average.
The hotel is clearly very old, but the location...More
US$76 - US$98 (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.