Hotel Suba International
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Suba International Mumbai (Bombay)
Clearly this isn't usually somewhere a backpacker would stay but my partner treated us to it for her last night in India. It's really convenient for the airport too and they offer a free shuttle service. The staff are lovely and polite, breakfast was included and fantastic. WiFi is free and is worked well. The room was lovely and clean. The lights are controlled by iPod which is awesome. The only complaint I would have is that we clearly booked a double room, it stated double room in writing on our booking, and they put us in a twin. Unfortunately, we're a lesbian couple so it's not like we could kick up a fuss :/
Oh, and I only put this in because it amused us... We ordered the cheese platter off the room service and were delivered 10 slices of still-wrapped processed cheese. Classic :)
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