ITC Maratha, Mumbai
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TravelPod Member ReviewsITC Maratha, Mumbai Mumbai (Bombay)
The staff have been nothing less than professional and caring. Always greeting everyone traditionally. Had a very very memorable stay
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... look out his window and look over all the poverty below him.
We had a nice drive down the Marina and then into Colaba to our hotel.
We booked in and sat with the guide while we double checked the rail tickets and the information printed on them to make sure that they were correct.
After the formalities were completed we went to our room and had a snooze before deciding where we would go next.