Residency Hotel Andheri

Address: 213/1, Suren Road, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400093, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Near Airport area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near Chowpatty Beach, Alibag, IMAX Adlabs Theater, and Falkland Road.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsResidency Hotel Andheri Mumbai (Bombay)

    Reviewed by chawi

    great hotel to get away from the chaos of the city

    Reviewed Jul 7, 2011
    by (18 reviews) Lisse and Mexico , Netherlands Flag of Netherlands

    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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    TripAdvisor Reviews Residency Hotel Andheri Mumbai (Bombay)

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    Travel Blogs from Mumbai (Bombay)

    Groundless fears

    A travel blog entry by sue.susan on Apr 01, 2015

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... a lovely experience even if the service was extremely hour and a half to have a sandwich and cup of tea, but the view out to the Gateway of India and the ferries on the bay was sensational. In the afternoon we went to the Gandhi Museum and drove past the sole remaining fishing village, a place where there was no security so was used by the terrorists the day they bombed the Taj and 4 other sites. All in all we had a wonderful day and found that while we had seen pockets ...

    2 Weeks in India

    A travel blog entry by taraswamy on Dec 12, 2014

    18 photos

    ... to play with Jaita when they were kids. They have a little house and cattle which was fun to see. The views from the bungalow are awesome, and since we visited during the winter, the normal lush green screeners and waterfalls were replaced with dry mountains and rocks which reminded us of the southwest United States. We went into the markets of Khandala and the neighboring town of Lonavala to pick up groceries for lunch and dinner. Everything was pretty cheap except ...

    Have you been sick yet?

    A travel blog entry by liammobsby on Jun 14, 2014

    ... first excuse, work's been fairly crazy of late and to anyone who thinks this has just been one extended holiday, I can assure you that the Indians definitely put the hours in and sadly I've had to conform to this at times! I'm particularly looking forward to seeing the sunlight in the weekday evenings again! I've also discovered that I have been given the name "the foreigner" throughout the client office. Good to know I've got recognition for my work. As for the ...


    A travel blog entry by sammy_moore on Mar 15, 2014

    3 comments, 17 photos

    ... up there are some two or three stories which might be made from corrugated iron or other recycled materials. The alleyways between the buildings allow for single file only and you have to frequently duck your head or step over a broken or swimming slab of concrete. As it was leading up to Holi festival we got pelted with water bombs filled with bright pink paint and you could hear youngsters shout "fire" armed with plenty more. It was not as dirty as I expected ...

    Mumbai Madness

    A travel blog entry by brynandnate on Oct 28, 2013

    Whew! What a day! Took a cab (a 2 HOUR CAB) from our hotel down to the Gateway to India, where we were bombarded by men wanting to sell us trinkets or take our photo to sell us the image. It was quite a lovely arch, as such things go. Built to commemorate the arrival of King George V, the first British king ever to visit India, and then used as the symbolic exit path for the last of the British colonial army to exit India after it won ...

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