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I was there for the business trip and was occupying their suite room. The ambience is excellent as the rooms are sea facing. The neatness and cleanliness is eye catching. The staff really gives you home feeling, courteous and care taker. Morning break fast was...More
First time at the Prooerty. Rooms are surprisingly good size for a city centre hotel. All the trappings of a five star property although it is small and cozy. The eateries are not meant for the residents. Both th outlets were booked for parties and...More
This is the smallest hotel of the Intercontinental chain and more of a four star than five. The staff was pleasant and helpful and the breakfast was good. There is a very loud bar on rooftop which has a loud thumping bass music sound in...More
Great hotel in excellent location. Room was beautiful and spacious. Great food. Service from all staff was exemplary. A special thank you to Nestor Serreo ( Head Concierge) who ensured our first stay in India (various locations) was memorable.
This is the place to stay in South Mumbai. It is calm, elegant, and the staff are just spectacular. I arrived earlier than my booking, but they managed to accommodate me without great fuss. They are warm, friendly, welcoming and well-trained without being obsequious. Enjoy...More
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.