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I stayed in this horrible place for 2 nights, I dont know how did I manage because I had no other option as I had made an online payment. I checked-in on 19 Jan 2018 late in the evening for which the hotel had no...More
I stayed in this hotel on 20th Jan 2018, as i was to participate in mumbai marthon next day early morning. The hotel from outside looks very old and probably that what it is . But the rooms ( at least the one i stayed...More
Response from PalsHotel, Management at Pals HotelResponded 21 March 2018
We thank you for choosing to stay at Pals Hotel and sharing your valuable feedback with us. We are pleased to know that you had a comfortable stay with us during your visit to the city to participate in the Mumbai Marathon.
We arrived in the morning, room was available, but hotel did not allow us to check-in, We had to pay Rupees 500 extra for early check-in. But overall it was good stay for 1 night. staff is helpful. its like a apartment.
For visiting Mumbai we stayed in this Hotel. This hotel is very near to Dadar Rly.stn.When we arrived in front the gate of the Hotel the security staff welcomed us. After processing the booking system the boys lifted our bag and baggage in the room...More
Located nearby tata memorial hospital, hotel is customer friendly. Staffs are courteous. Rooms are good and spacious. There is little issue with the breakfast but overall it's good in the given range. Stayed there 3 to 4 time. Stay was comfortable and peaceful.
One of the seven islands of the original Bombay, Byculla is one of the most evolved neighbourhoods in Mumbai that has consistently rebuilt itself for the modern-day locals while keeping its confluence of heritage and history intact. Once a home to only the wealthy, Byculla is today a home to the most diverse communities like Parsis, Iranians, Christians, Jews,
Portugese, Maharashtrians and Muslims. While the akharas (wrestling joints), world-famous Dhobi Ghat, Mumbai’s only zoo are all sprinkled across this suburb, the roads quickly lead to the more popular areas of the Haji Ali Dargah, Race Course and the Mahalakshmi Temple within a few minutes.