Residency Hotel Andheri
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TravelPod Member ReviewsResidency Hotel Andheri Mumbai (Bombay)
We arrived early from our flight and we could have the room already at 9am. The room was from the standard category, but nicely decorated, clean, with a bath-tube and tv, where we could have a taste of bollywood. Due to the monsoon it started raining inside te room through the window, this wet the carpet, we mentioned this at the reception and we got transfered to a Luxury room on the 7th floor with beautiful view on Mumbai. The breakfast was included in the price, and was nice with western and Indian choice, we also had the buffet dinner which was very good. Close to the airport, the airport transfer was also excellent!
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