Hotel Regal Enclave
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Regal Enclave Mumbai (Bombay)
Bit disappointing, noisy, staff not very friendly. Breakfast good though.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Regal Enclave Mumbai (Bombay)
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... these local drinks made with noodles from the stalls there, much to the amusement of the locals after we asked what pretty much everything on the menu was, and then walked down to the shoreline. For a few rupees, local boys pushed kids around in large toy cars with after market additions of car stereos and car batteries added (to give the real pumpin' tunes experience!), guys hand spun candy floss ...
... morning into Central Mumbai and negotiated ourselves a taxi north to where we were staying at a friend's place. And, after all her complaining, Gen then proceeded to spend the next three days lazing about in bed, ordering pizza, and watching bad television - I did occasionally manage to entice her outside with the reward of going to watch a movie. There were a few things we managed to do. Another of my friends (not the one who's house we were ...
... to move, honk. Driving on the wrong side of the road, honk. Stand still in traffic, honk. Accelerate, honk. Parked, honk. Leaving the car, honk. Well, you get the idea. First thing was first. Since we left South Africa at 13:30 and arrived in Mumbai at 8:30am with a 13 hour travel time and 3 hours sleep each, well, we needed a little catchup. Luckily we could get into our room for a little afternoon siesta to catch up before heading out for the evening ...
... but I also realised that I had lost track of time completely. I had no idea it was Saturday. I don't give a **** what day of the week is it, I thought, it's great! But I felt sorry for the guy and I wanted to help him. It turned out he was British so we had a little chat about it and I let him use my phone to call a few places and go on-line. I don't know if that was very helpful but he eventually thanked me, I wished him good luck and our paths split. According to google maps ...
... sikh kebab. The restaurant didn't, however, seem to understand the meaning of 'little bit spicy' and a visit to a second restaurant was required before everyone felt full. Finally, we visited yet another restaurant where we enjoyed our final course of the evening, a bottle of India's finest red wine. With the clientele, western music and the taste of red wine on our lips we could be forgiven for thinking we were in London. Although clearly this is not the reason we came travelling, ...