Hotel Park View
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Park View Mumbai (Bombay)
Travel Blogs from Mumbai (Bombay)
It is better to travel than to arrive.
I’m not sure why I wanted to come to Mumbai. It is the financial and film capital of India. It is the most densely populated city in the world, but, as if India isn't crowded enough, why do I want to spend another week in a city? I booked a $12 a night room in a suburb called Santa Cruz, 12 miles away from the ...
... dressed up as couriers or newspaper editors. Entry provides each child with a cheque for 50 Kidzos which they have to take to the YesBank inside Kidzania to cash it in. Once they have real Kidzos cash they can choose to spend it on fun activities or earn more by working. Rose earned money and spent a bit. Ashar started by spending, then realised that Rose had more than him and got competitive. Rohan just spent, then got sad when he ran out of money and couldn't buy ...
After spending an all too short a time at the totally Gorgeous Waterstone hotel it was time to say goodbye and head to our next hotel which was downtown in the old part of Mumbai city centre.
We were statying at the residency hotel in the Fort area of Mumbai.
The hotel arranged a taxi for us to take us to our next hotel, which no doubt would be ridiculously expensive however we had not been here long enough yet to ...
... really are a lot of 'em!
One evening we ventured down to Chowpatty Beach, a place with a host of food stalls and a popular hangout of locals. Annie chose her food and sat on a wall to eat. I stood in front of her and over her shoulder (about two feet behind her!) I saw a large rat tucking into his own dinner. Ah well, he has to eat too!
And so do the very poor. There are many poor people in Mumbai, many in a worse situation than those in the slums where at ...
... was taking place. Everyone was smiling, laughing, carrying on conversations, and simply living their everyday life in harmony. We stopped at a Muslim man's shop where he crafted beautiful wooden Hindu shrines. If anyone had any doubt that Hindu and Muslim could not get along, they need to stop and see this man. He is the spokesperson of all peace in Dharavi.
There is also a large leather factory area in this slum where camel and cow skins are ...