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The best part about this hotel is its location, Marine Drive. the rooms are also spacious and clean. also there is another Bentley's at colaba, which should not be confused with this one. it really good to sit at marine drive just opposite the hotel,...More
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Although this hotel had very good rating on lots of travel guides, I didn't find it promising. We had booked well in advance but we didn't get a room in the main building which the other building was very noisy. Apparently not a single clean...More
Good location and nice big rooms. Beds very hard but that's common everywhere in cheap hotels in India. If you book before you go you will pay on average £10 more per night than if you turn up on the day. Sometimes it's worth it...More
I have scoured Mumbai for reasonable hotels within Rs 2000 ($40) and they are hard to find. There are a couple of cheaper backpacker's accommodations, but they were full when I visited the city in 2011. Besides, I was a single girl traveling alone and...More
US$ 38 - US$ 72 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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It’s the tourist central of the city with a liberal dose of rich history, iconic eating and drinking joints and artistic connections that have found prominent mentions in Gregory David Roberts’ Shantaram. Stroll down Colaba Causeway for kitschy street shopping bargains. Take a break at the many
laid-back legendary bars & restaurants like Cafe Mondegar or Leopold Café. The vibrant vibe of Colaba is incomplete without the buzz at Mumbai’s most iconic tourist hub, Gateway of India & The Taj Mahal Hotel on the parallel lane. Sprinkled with designer boutiques, quaint cafes with rooftop sea view, the promenade is a popular route to go to Elephanta Caves & Alibaug.