Regent Hotel Colaba

Address: 8, Best Road, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400039, India | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located in the South Mumbai area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near Gateway of India, Malabar Hill, High Court, and Deccan Odyssey.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsRegent Hotel Colaba Mumbai (Bombay)

      Reviewed by krissysodysseys

      Great hotel

      Reviewed Jan 18, 2014
      by (1 review) Rockhampton , Australia Flag of Australia

      Great hotel: friendly service, nice sized room

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      Reviewed by swedishvagabond

      Very helpful and nice staff

      Reviewed Dec 16, 2012
      by (6 reviews) Stockholm Sweden & Encinitas, CA , Sweden Flag of Sweden

      After being treated very poorly by the next door hotel, I walked into Regent Hotel in Colaba. The staff were super helpful and I got a price for a single room lower than stated in the guide book. Incredible! Unbeatable location and clean and quiet rooms. I loved my stay at the Regent and would recommend it to anyone who is coming to Mumbai.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Regent Hotel Colaba Mumbai (Bombay)

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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      A travel blog entry by krissysodysseys on Jan 18, 2014

      2 photos

      Spent the day in Mumbai, met up with fellow travellers on the study course, and organized a driver through the hotel (Hotel Suba Palace), who took us around the city for a few hours: was a great way to see a lot of the city, and the cost when split between the 6 of us was very affordable. We started at the Gateway to India as it is close to where …

      Mumbai, India

      A travel blog entry by roamingmonk on May 25, 2014

      30 photos

      ... prior to being sold for export. A couple of enterprising guys there who spoke English for a couple of hundred rupees for the Workers Collective, took us round, showed us how all the workers (all men) lived, how it was was all done without mixing up thousands of people's clothes, and saw the global designer labelled stuff drying in the sun. We wandered round the nearby antique lanes, not really ...

      Gen gets to 'see' another part of India

      A travel blog entry by adandgen on Mar 06, 2014

      ... rushed - travelling all over Mumbai to pack up, say bye to friends, and find a rickshaw to take us to the airport at midnight. And when we got there we discovered that Indian immigration has decided to get rid of the silly forms we usually have to fill in... Woohoo! We won't have to fill them in when we return to India in a months time either. And any further complaints from Gen should be treated with the disdain that they deserve. Pictures to be ...


      A travel blog entry by deano-webby on Nov 21, 2013

      1 photo

      ... guinea pigs previously, including westerners. I guess that is promising, if they are still alive! First stop was a beach stop with some local street food vendors. Nice location although with all of Mumbai's wastage, rubbish and bodily fluids flowing into the water just nearby, I wasn't even going to go close to the water, let alone dip my toe in. The food vendors in this area were veggie only so something unique for me. The food was really good. ...


      A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on Mar 25, 2013

      7 photos

      ... streets and buildings in Mumbai have been changed under the influence of Shiv Sena, the Hindu party, and the museum is now named after Chhatrapati Shivaji, the great Maratha leader, although the British names are still popular among locals. The museum was built to commemorate King George V's first visit to India when he was the Prince of Wales, and was designed by the same architect as the Gateway of India. After a quick peak at the Elphinstone College and David Sassoon Library ...