on Jun 11, 2017
Very dirty ... lots of noisy ... small rooms with no washrooms also.... very cheap in price..... for normal single guys who can't afford costly rooms they can prefer here but without family ,,friends,,, children's...
Cheapest in the area but waste of money even if you get rooms for 500 .
on May 24, 2017
Very dirty, a lot of noise, the schower didn't work, rude people and The most expensive hotel in india for this conditions. The wrost experience in india after my travel during two months.
Try other horels , even if u have 1000 you can get good stay facilities for a night.
Disappointed form everything of central guest house.
Best budgtry stay in south mumbai.
on Dec 12, 2016
Low on budget??go for this guest house.
Its situated in the heart of mumbai accornding to me. Try to go for central guest house.very close to mumbai central station.surrounded by good restraunt and heritage places .
on Jun 3, 2016
The place looks quiet sceptical... like a "chaul"... room is very small... with no toiletries.... but for people will low budget n simple living. This is an affordable place. We were 5 friends. We had booked a dormitory kind of room. The room was a small one with 2 double bed and one single.. with only three blankets provided. There was no bell boy. But jugaad is at hand and when you have friends along everything feels good. The AC of the room was good. If you wanna take a random experience . Try it!
The best part is the hotel is ot walking distance to mumbai central. So worth a try!
Cheapest I could find. Not cheap enough.
on Dec 22, 2015
As a backpacker, I look for a place that won't kill my budget. Outside of the city, this is not a problem. In places like Jaipur, Rishikesh, or Dharamsala, I could stay somewhere for 200-300 rupees per night, but in a place like Mumbai it's just not possible.
The website of this place listed one price, but on my arrival they insisted that the prices were higher. I was given a small room with a rock-hard bed and no shower in the bathroom for far too much money. The staff was not unfriendly, but they were not welcoming or inviting either.
The location was convenient for both my arrival and departure from Mumbai, the duration between which I made as short as possible, largely in part to the uncomfortable accommodations. If you must stay in this city and you want the cheapest option available, this might be acceptable, but I would not recommend it unless you have a very specific reason to visit...