Transit Hotel

Nehru Road Extn, Near Domestic Airport, Vile Parle East, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400099, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Near Airport area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near Daulatabad Fort, Chowpatty Beach, IMAX Adlabs Theater, and Falkland Road.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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    A travel blog entry by xcoder on Apr 08, 2014


    - Train from Dwarka reaches here at 5:20 hrs.
    - Clean retiring rooms for bathing available for free at the station. Cloak room is not available.
    - Auto rickshaw from station to temple will cost 50 INR.
    - Outside the temple, lockers will cost 10 INR for every two hrs, toilets cost 3 INR per use.
    - Beach is at a walk-able distance.
    - Camel ride will cost about 100 ...

    The ordeal is over

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Jan 18, 2014

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    ... people turn up here every single evening to witness this event - the place is literally packed). (Gill) Hampi - laid back, relaxing place and full of archaeological wonders. (Ian) Most disappointing place: Varanassi - filthy, noisy and it has completely lost all of its spirituality. (Gill) Varanassi - pretty much same as above, it was a real effort getting there and almost wish we hadn't bothered. (Ian) Favourite monument: Mysore Palace - opulent, gaudy, amazing. (Gill) Temple ...

    Singapore Airlines! Service with a smile:)

    A travel blog entry by sharon1306 on Apr 24, 2013

    ... to activate roaming like I did. I don't think Godwin really used up his card, we hardly had to make any calls other than the odd taxi when none were available. We went to pick up some takeaway, I wasn't sure the boys would be up to going out to dinner, it was getting late. And then we followed the sign to 'Large Taxi', figuring that's what we needed with the bags and the boys, and found one right away. I had figured the taxi would be about 22$ to Fraser Suites and I was spot on ...

    Got It All Sewn Up!

    A travel blog entry by emmajames on Feb 28, 2013

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    ... in First Class and we were waitlisted. What this means is that we were in a queue should a passenger cancel their tickets. We were waitlist 1 and 2 which meant we were literally the next in line. The problem is there was only a limited number of first class tickets and we began to panic. It was important to be in Delhi for the next day as this was when we were due to start our Golden Triangle Tour, the organised part of ...

    We don't like cricket...we love it!

    A travel blog entry by ashmas on Nov 22, 2012

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    ... was no more present than at the cricket when we arrived. Extremely tight security checks: discarding suncream, water, lighters, food and cameras and full pat-downs. However as we got to our seats, there was the sound of thousands of excited fans, screaming and blowing horns with fantastically painted faces. This is what we had come for! And here more than any place in India we felt like we really were seeing people at their truest form. ...