Hotel Jewel Of Chembur
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Jewel Of Chembur Mumbai (Bombay)
This hotel was booked by my friend for me as I went to Mumbai to attend her marriage. Simple hotel with nothing to boast about. Staff were not so friendly though, the smiles missing.
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Actually, I was in Mumbai for a friend's marriage and this was not a vacation. But, as I had the midnight of the day of arrival and next whole day to myself, I decided to hurry up and see at least the important places in Mumbai. Luckily, one of my friends in Singapore just shifted to Mumbai for his job. He picked me up at the airport and helped me …
... lanes with open sewers. Each hut has the workshop on the ground floor and the living quarters for the single working men on the upper floor. Families live in in other area close by where the living and cooking room are on the ground floor with the sleeping quarters on the upper floors are approximately 7ftx7ft. The lanes are like a maze and are 3ft wide across and 5ft high and ...
... The housekeeping boy in Hodka village, who didn’t know how to operate a computer was saying, sir bhoolna math; Tripadvisor ….. !!
The travel industry is obsessed with Tripadvisor. At least in 4 places they proudly announced that they were No 1 on Tripadvisor beating some national and global chains. Every day, even in poor connectivity areas, they check if somebody has posted a comment for them. I told them Tripadvisor ...
... theater, train station, and many lengthy and wonderful conversations. After 5 days Emerald arrived and we left Sunday night to take a sleeper train to Goa (a healthy and positive experience where we met two incredible German friends).
From here I will re-post updates from Emerald and Josiah as they explain some of our experiences in Goa, and the excitements and struggles we encountered going South, then heading North.
... odd sight. On the way to the boat, Louise who is alway trying to avoid dogs/rabies at all costs ended up getting licked by a wild dog who creeped up behind her, erghh!! With Tom still poorly we went back to the hotel after the boat ride and slept until check out. We got some lunch in the hotel restaurant which was on the roof and gave excellent views of the whole city, the Ganges in the distance, people working, children playing, cricket matches, monkeys climbing and cows ...