Fariyas Hotel Mumbai
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFariyas Hotel Mumbai Mumbai (Bombay)
Nice hotel very near the Gateway of India and the Marine Drive, but their staff at breakfast service should be more alert.
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Our second day on the houseboat was very relaxing and we even had some rain in the afternoon. We got to pass the Church where St Chevara was baptised and we got to join the hundreds of visitors to his birthplace home in a small village. It was all decorated and had lots of information about his life. In the afternoon we got to visit Lily's mum's …
Sleeping on a mattress that isn't made of concrete is a delightful treat, the comfiest bed by far made us nice and rested for the sightseeing day ahead. A quick breakfast with the sheiks, lots of them in our hotel, maybe the name has something to do with it, had us out the door by mid morning. Our first stop was the Taj Mahal Palace then the …
Kerala is different from the rest of India we know. They have nearly 100 percent literacy for men and women there, are the best Indian State in health statistics and most of the Indians working in the Gulf are from Kerala. We also notice it on our way from Tamil Nadu into Kerala. We see more big houses built close to the main road. We see more big …
Hello everybody! Time for another update :)
On Friday we had our last day in Mumbai. We decided to book ourselves on a tour as we didn't have much time left to see all the things that we wanted to. The tour was in an a/c car, bit of luxury, although stepping out of the car and back in to the heat makes it feel even hotter!! We were rather amused that the car had seat belts (first ones we have seen in a while) but no buckle to fasten them in to?? bizarre. ...
ME: No. I just need directions to Voodoo Bar.
TAXI DRIVER: (Thinks long and hard) Voodoo Bar.
(His accomplice emerges from behind. Oh, ****. What have I gotten myself into?)
TAXI DRIVER: Two hundred rupees, I take you.
ME: (Laugh in Taxi Driver’s face. Start to walk off. One shouldn’t pay more than ...