I feel bad for saying it but...
on Feb 10, 2016
My girlfriend and I are currently travelling through India. Our first stop was Mumbai. We chose this hotel as it was only R2000 per night, and as we are back-packing, it was around our budget...
The entrance is a bit fragile looking and the staircase up to the 3rd floor where the hotel is located looks like it could fall through at any moment.
Our welcome was fine, the guys were all really nice and helpful. Which is why I feel bad for leaving this review. They are nice people, but our room was kind of awful... I know this is Mumbai, and most of the city seem to live in complete poverty, but as a traveller, it wasn't great...
Our room was fine for size, and the bed was fine, any bed is fine for us really, but the noise in the room is almost unbearable... The air con or fan MUST be on throughout the night or you'd melt, but both are so noisy, with involuntary bangs every so often. The room has a fridge which is great, but has the same issue with noise.
The bathroom was our main issue. The shower was just leaking water all over the place, we had buckets in there to catch it but it would overflow very quickly so that if we needed to use the toilet our feet would be immersed in disgusting water... Anything put into the sink drained down the pipe and out onto the floor.
We are both very positive, upbeat people and thought that perhaps this is just India (this is our first time here) and that we were being a bit snooty, so we just dealt with it without complaining, but a few days later we stayed in a wonderful hotel in Jaipur for less than half the price we paid for this hotel, and so we felt we should write a review here, just to warn any other backpackers who are considering staying. The pictures of the hotel are so so deceiving. Also all of the staff sleep on the reception floor during the night, crowded together. This didn't bother me but it might bother some.
In saying that, the staff were very friendly and have the right attitude, which is really the reason I gave this 2 blobs and not 1.
on Dec 5, 2016
Im grossen und ganzen alles gut. Zimmer war sauber, Bettwäsche auch, obwohl es mitten in der Stadt ist war es sehr ruhig. Klimaanlage war vorhanden. Personal sehr freundlich und hilfsbereit. Freier unkomplizierter internet Zugang bzw wlan
Bon rapport qualité prix
on Oct 8, 2016
Nous avons choisi l'hôtel happy home pour notre voyage à Bombay
Il faut savoir qu'à Bombay la vie est plus cher que dans le reste de l'Inde.
L'accueil de cet hôtel est très chaleureux et souriant
On a une chambre très spacieuse avec la climatisation.
Dans la salle de bain un petit détail qui peut avoir son importance c'est qu'il n'y a pas de papier toilette à disposition.
Le petit déjeuner est un thé et trois tartines beurrés chacun