Landmark Suites

Address: Plot No Z-2, Bhavani Nagar, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400059, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Near Airport area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near Gateway of India, Flora Fountain, Malabar Hill, and Rajabai Clock Tower.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Mumbai (Bombay)

    Curries and Spice and all things nice.

    A travel blog entry by 0wley on Mar 31, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... old place, likely not even redecorated since the 50’s, a shade of charming old style alongside what looked like the roof falling apart. We’d reserved a table for a heap of us including Shane, Koti, Roxy, Charlotte, Penny, Pennys’ dad Peter, Verity, Peter and I, ready to try the famous Iranian-Indian cuisine we ordered the well documented Chicken dish. It was like a medley of rice, chicken and a sauce piled into layers, and it was absolutely ...

    Most western city of india

    A travel blog entry by flex_e on Feb 24, 2015

    146 photos

    ... wird, zum trocknen befestigt wird. Auch hier wurde ein Teil des zuvor erwähnten Filmes gedreht.

    Mittags gehen wir in ein local restaurant. Ich esse 'Chan masala' mit 6 x roti. Ich zahle für das Essen und ein Wasser nicht ganz 2 €. (Fotos wurden für Jana hinzugefügt ;) ) Mit vollem Bauch schlendern wir durch die Stadt und erkunden einen Tempel. Doch hier ist das Fotografieren nicht erlaubt. Wir lernen einen Einheimischen kennen, der uns seinen Glauben ...

    The end!

    A travel blog entry by liammobsby on Jun 23, 2014

    ... unwritten rules, that people follow and help this city to survive such heat, over-crowding and poverty. And it's these unwritten rules which make it so hard to adapt here as an outsider ("you took THAT road?!" you ate THERE?! You did what?! NOBOBY pays more than a 200 rupee bribe to the police! etc. etc.). I think that's why so many long-term expats choose to insulate themselves from Bombay reality completely. I've met Brits who've never taken a local taxi or train, never ...

    A sari, a phone, and the night train...

    A travel blog entry by brynandnate on Oct 30, 2013

    ... the top bed. Instead, we had everyone and their cousin squeezing in on our seat, or worse, just standing in the aisle, staring at us. Turns out, we were the "show" on the train. We were the entertainment, as it were. There were also people who were on "standby" who had boarded the train who did not have a seat, who were happy to wander up and down the train cars, sit (and sleep) in the aisles, and kept strolling past and pausing to stare at ...

    Mumbai, India Day 02

    A travel blog entry by melbyrnes on Aug 04, 2013

    38 photos

    ... in Mumbai and the Leopold restaurant was one of the places they attacked, spraying bullets and a grenade into the restaurant. About 70 people were killed in the attacks and hundreds more were injured.

    Maybe the attack was in the back of my mind but I honestly can say that that is a fact as after reading the stories about the incident I can't remember having read things on it before.

    Anyway we enjoyed our lunch, nothing out of the ...