Hotel Atlantic

Address: 18-B Juhu Tara Road, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400049, India | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Near Airport area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near Haji Ali Mosque, Keneri Caves, Juhu Beach, and Daulatabad Fort.
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    Travel Blogs from Mumbai (Bombay)

    Div C Silver Jubilee Meet

    A travel blog entry by jonty11 on May 16, 2015


    ... friendship, cheers to that Hemant !! Kavitha, me and Hemanth met rest of div C in Copper Chimney and turned it into a noisy chimney :) Sangeeta, Shiba, Sheetal were easily recognized,except for Supriya and Savio even mentioned that her school hairdo was much better.Amol Pai was at usual best, reminding us of school episodes and our roll no.s. He even wore a school tie, which was unbelievable, but than Amol Pai was the only boy in our class who could ...

    2 Weeks in India

    A travel blog entry by taraswamy on Dec 12, 2014

    18 photos

    ... hills and that is where we stayed for two days and one night. Life in Khandala is so much different than life in the city, and it was great to be there after being in the city for a week. By the bungalow, it's so peaceful and quiet, relative to Mumbai, however you still hear the honking of cars and trucks from the new highway. There are two caretakers who live on the hill and look after the bungalow and property: Jaita and Narayan. This couple has been there for years, my ...

    1) Mumbai - The Most Mental Place on Earth?

    A travel blog entry by adamandharriet on Aug 20, 2014

    3 photos

    ... children wore the biggest grins and didn't seem bothered by the chaos and poverty surrounding them. No-one we met complained about the state of the place and were just happy with what they had. Being English, we are both used to the culture of complaining, be it about the weather, the government, the price of petrol or how things aren't what they used to be. Whereas in Mumbai, where they really do have plenty to complain about, no one seems to ...


    A travel blog entry by sammy_moore on Mar 15, 2014

    3 comments, 17 photos

    ... children asking for money. It's heartbreaking to say no to them but by giving them money it reinforces the cycle and the children remain on the streets as their parents won't let them home without a set amount of money. We have given food and water to children but one girl looked at me ungratefully in disgust and threw the food forcefully at her younger sister. Our guide told us that their parents most likely choose not to work and that everyone can have a job in India ...


    A travel blog entry by backpackinbawds on Nov 14, 2013

    24 photos

    ... great, we head for dinner to a nearby rooftop restaurant atop a swanky hotel ... none the wiser than within a few hours our good feelings will have turned quite sour....
    Delicious dinner, we're excited to head back to our room to throw on a movie and call'er an early night. Packed with snacks to enjoy during the movie, the walk back to the guesthouse led us past a poor soul partaking in some iv drug use right there on the street. Episodes ...