on Mar 15, 2019
Not provided hot water till 1 and half hrs and i check out the with in 1 hr and they charge me full amount they cant provide hot water and the manager is very worst person its very bad experince for me
Can not stress enough, AVOID
on Nov 26, 2017
Worst place we've ever stayed. We got to Mumbai around 10pm after a whole day of traveling from Nepal. Our room wasn't ready and they "cleaned" it when we arrived at the hotel. No one could speak English and they just kept saying to wait. We finally got into our room after 11pm and went straight to bed, when someone from the reception started to knock at our door every 5 mins which we avoided to answer as we wanted to sleep and thought the message was clear but nope, they carried on till around midnight. So we opened the door and they asked us for our passports at which we got pretty annoyed as it was 12am and they had us waiting forever for our room and told them we would of done it the morning after. They finally left us alone. The area looks really doggy so much we've decided to shorten our stay. The "hotel" is actually in a building of flats (I suppose), on the third floor, and it's just a desk with a hallway and few doors which are the rooms. There was no hot shower in our room, the fan so loud you couldn't sleep, mattress non existent so that you basically sleep on the wooden base of the bed. The building was extremely dirty and looked abandoned - the third floor where the rooms are wasn't too bad but all together this place was just horrible.
on Apr 30, 2017
One of the worst hotels I've ever stayed in. In our two weeks in India this was the most expensive room, and by far the worst. Avoid it unless you have no other option.
The 'deluxe room' itself was dusty and dirty, the smell was bad, and the it was so damp that our clothes were still wet after being hung up to dry for two days.
There is no proper window and no natural light, which makes it feel like a bit of a cell. Outside the grate in the bathroom you can hear rats skweaking at night (as I write this I can hear them) and there was also rat poo on the windowsill.
There is even a friendly black crow - which we named Jeeves - that sits in its nest right outside the bathroom widow and watches you with beady eyes while you enjoy your very cold shower.
The hotel, while very near the Masjid metro rail line, is on the third floor of a huge and dirty building. The staff, who are accommodating but serious, sit at the bottom of the hall all day, so you can hear conversation and tv all day. Peace and quiet is not something you'll get here - but there you won't get that anywhere in Mumbai.
One saving grace is it's location,(it's three minutes walk to the metro line, which connects to the main terminus), and there are a few good restaurants around. The free chai and breakfast also aren't too bad and both the AC and fan work well.
It seems like a hotel for locals rather than travellers. You should be able to get some where nicer and more central for the same price. (We payed 3600, excluding 18 per cent tax, for three nights). Keep this hotel as your last possible option.
Not So bad Hotel with Great owner
on Mar 23, 2017
* Great Location (Nearby railway station, Freeway, Market)
* Very Polite & helpful Owner cum receptionist.
* Free Breakfast.
* Always an unpleasant smell travels in room may be because of location.
* Hotel address is not easily reachable .
Unprofessional and liers
on Mar 21, 2017
We were supposed to arrive at the hotel at 10:30am, but they decided to paint our room the same morning we arrived.
It was finally 1pm when we got there and they told us they didn't have room at that moment. Asking more, they started saying there was another guest in the room and that we had to go back at 4pm. At the end we saw the room: they were painting it and they wanted us to sleep there, with the toxic smell. Liers and unprofessionals. Not recommended at all!