Hotel Jewel Of Chembur
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- 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 …
After a few emotional goodbyes to everyone, the bus to London Heathrow felt as though it was taking forever; checking google maps for our whereabouts every ten minutes probably didn't help speed the process along! Finally arrived at T4 check in was more straight forward than usual all though no windows seats left - Scott was gutted like a little kid haha! Air hostess had a proposition for us though, they had filled the plane to it's full capacity and it had a little too much cargo on it ...
... palace. They have more employees than hotel guests. Doorman, bell boy, 2 desk men, resturant staff, cleaners. Doesn't sound like much but they only have like 10 rooms. They have a massive free breakfast buffet as well but I seemed to be the only one ever there. Oh well the service was nice but a bit to swanky for my ...
... its departure.
We left our hotel at 11.00 and directed ourselves to the railway station, the very impressive Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST/Victoria Terminus). The CST is a huge station set up in an old British building. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a historic railway station in Mumbai. Designed by Frederick William Stevens with influences from Victorian Italianate Gothic Revival architecture and traditional Mughal buildings, the station was built in 1887 ...
... the department store at the end. But he was initially very pleased to have his own, Kidzania drivers license! It really is capitalism 101 for kids. Any money they have left at the end can be deposited into the YesBank at 7.5% interest for use next time. They can also use it in other Kidzanias in Dubai, Cairo or Lisbon. The products in the department store all start at 100 Kidzos, which means you have to do a lot of work or visit many times to get enough to buy a souvenir ...