Astoria Hotel

Jamshedji Tata Rd, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400 020, India
Astoria Hotel
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Average
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24
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Mumbai Hotel near Andheri

by Holsahoy

Hi

My friend's mum & dad are travelling to Mumbai for a wedding in early November, they are looking for a reasonably priced hotel (budget is £80.00 per night) can anyone suggest a good hotel.
Ideally they would like Andheri as it is centrally located for shopping.
Thanks in advance

Re: Mumbai Hotel near Andheri

by ni3sgalave

First Welcome to Mumbai .
There are many hotels near to andheri east area. you can find out on http://www.makemytrip.com/hotels/mumbai-hotels.html this site will help you to get your budget . & about shopping every corner of Mumbai have a diffrent variety , in nearby andheri Station area ,Andheri-Kurla Road lot's of shops but i will prefer you go to south Mumbai side for shopping .

thanks .

Re: Mumbai Hotel near Andheri

by mili_143

Kohinoor hotel is one of the best hotel in low budget in andheri east, Also there is one hotel miradoor also a good hotel near chakala. If you are increasing your budget to 120 pound than there is one good hotel Leela its neary by airport having good surroundings and best service.

Re: Mumbai Hotel near Andheri

by rajkhan11

hi
please find hotel information through this link and choos as per your budget
http://www.hotelsmumbaiindia.com/andheri-hotels/
cheers up
R

Re: Mumbai Hotel near Andheri

by Holsahoy

Thank you, that is really helpful

Re: Mumbai Hotel near Andheri

by neelugundh

hi you can try marriot courtyard, they charge 70$. they can even recommend an escorted shopping guide, speak to concierge abou

Re: Mumbai Hotel near Andheri

by neelugundh

hi you can try marriot courtyard, they charge 70$. they can even recommend an escorted shopping guide, speak to concierge about the nice lady who takes you shopping

Re: Mumbai Hotel near Andheri

by jnathan28

Hi Holsahoy,

I suggest, get stay at Palms hotel in Goregaon which is near to Andheri and if they planned to stay for a week or month then have accommodation in Seven Suites a luxury serviced apartment. It’s preferable for homely stay and also suit to budget.

Re: Mumbai Hotel near Andheri

by sikhni

u can contact neelu_sachdev@yahoo.in for escorted shopping cum sightseeing tour in andheri, near their hotel. very sweet lady who takes u around mumbai in a chauffeur driven ac car

Re: Mumbai Hotel near Andheri

by sikhni

u can contact neelu_sachdev@yahoo.in for escorted shopping cum sightseeing tour in andheri, near their hotel. very sweet lady who takes u around mumbai in a chauffeur driven ac car

Re: Mumbai Hotel near Andheri

by manikchauhan24

Hi Holsahoy,

I suggest, get stay at Palms hotel in Goregaon which is near to Andheri and if they planned to stay for a week or month then have accommodation in Seven Suites a luxury serviced apartment. It’s preferable for homely stay and also suit to budget.

Re: Mumbai Hotel near Andheri

by sikhni

you can check ou the website called www.shopwithmemumbai.com. They were quite helpwfuwwl, on our last trip to mumbai

Travel Tips for Mumbai

Local Trains

by Vijay_sakpal

One must see the local trains during peak hours of the working day. How commuters travel in the local trains is just an amazing thing to watch in Mumbai. This will show the general publics' unity and equality to travel together. Mumbai is my Birth Town

Hospitals & medical attention - Travel Insurance

by M.E.R.V

I had a series of acute conjunctivitis while in Mumbai and it wasn't helping much especially when I was walking around all day. I got some extremely medicated smelling eye wash in one of the roadside pharmacies which made it worst I seriously thought I was definitely going blind by the end of the day. I then visited Breach Candy Hospital as recommended by Lonely Planet as India's best medical services in North Mumbai. I was, as a foreigner, placed straight in front of the queue which is pretty not bad...lol! I was seen by the doctor within minutes. You do not need any identification, you pay right after your consultation which was very affordable comparing to western standards. You get your prescription and buy your medicine at the pharmacies. It definitely turned out way easier than I thought it would be. Travel insurance is a must to India so make sure you don't forget that before you leave for your holiday.

Namaste instead of hand shakes

by OlivierB

India is a very conservative society where interaction between male and female is very limited in public settings. When you meet someone make sure you do the "namaste" greeting instead of shaking hands. The men will expect a handshake from another man but men should not have body contact with women. Therefore do not shake hands with women you meet but instead show repect by doing namaste !

Bombay-ites are friendly...

by shalin

Bombay-ites are friendly people,they love talking!Be nice to them,smile and thank them and they'll remember you for life!!

Some Language Tips:
Shukriya: Thank You

Kithna Hai? : How much is it

Ek: One, Do: Two ,Teen: Three (if you need any more numbers-feel free to ask me!):)

Namaste : a greeting like Hi,can be used all times of the day or night (but we dont use it all that much!)

I would recommend learning some hindi words using the VT Language guide.

For handicrafts and arts, visit The Bombay Store, Sir PM Road, tel # 2885048, 2873443 and Central Cottage Industries Emporium, Apollo Bunder, tel # 2027537,2026564

Roadside snack

by HarShe

These type of "shop" are a common sight along major highways in India. Mumbai-Pune road has recently been upgraded and travellers can take a break at one of these stops for a quick snack or drink.

BUT BEWARE! only buy eatables & drinks which are either properly cooked and sealed. Fresh produce may smell and look yummy, but can cause diarrhoea or other illnesses such as Typhoid, Hepatitis etc.

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