Hotel Sunderban

19, Koregaon Park, Next to Osho Commune, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 411001, India
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Reasonable and reliable hotel in Mumbai

by Sambawalk

I will be on business trip to Mumbai from 29 Jun to 3 Jul 09 but would like to stay behind for 1-2 days and stay in reasonable price hotel. I have the following choices, hope you may give advice which is better. thanks.

1. Regent hotel
2. Sea Palace hotel
3. .....

My budget is about 3,500Rs. Or any recommendation from you?

Thanks.

Re: Reasonable and reliable hotel in Mumbai

by lynnehamman

We have stayed at Shelleys Hotel- which I believe is now closed for renovation. The Sea Palace Hotel is very close by, in a sea-facing position of Colaba. We have had meals there, on the rooftop restuarant- and I had a look at the interior. It looks absolutely fine. Its in a great location, very close to Gateway of India. The Regent I am not sure about.

Re: Reasonable and reliable hotel in Mumbai

by ElCordobez

I liked Chateau Windsor, which would be in your price range.
Nice atmosphere,friendly staff. Chech their website...

Re: Reasonable and reliable hotel in Mumbai

by mili_143

Yeah First check out rates over there. About chetau windsor please check weather the hotel is running or not because some days back owner of the hotel did sucide from the top floor. Which area you are looking for? i.e. near airport or near town?
milind

Re: Reasonable and reliable hotel in Mumbai

by Sambawalk

Thanks all for info. I have now narrow down to 2 hotels, Ch. Windsor and Hotel Diplomat. Likely I may stay in Ch, Windsor (near Mariman point) as I will be staying in Trident Nariman from next Monday till Friday.

I hope Ch. Windsor is a good place to stay. I got reply message from thenm yesterday as seems they are still open.

Re: Reasonable and reliable hotel in Mumbai

by mili_143

Thats really great. C windsor is just great hotel with convinient location. Its 25 steps from churchgate station.
ENjoy the stay
If need any help do let me know

Re: Reasonable and reliable hotel in Mumbai

by smarty29

I have a friend in Mumbai his name is Sameer he is a very good cool cab driver. You can contact him he can take you to best and cheap hotels and can take you around mumbai.
His number is +919222001101

Thanks

Re: Reasonable and reliable hotel in Mumbai

by yash14

Hi Sambawalk,

Both these hotels are in town area..south mumbai. I hope you are comfortable with stay option in worli which is nearer to airport compared to these two hotels.

I would suggest you Seven serviced apartment in worli.
It has cool view of bandra worli sea link and being in worli you are well connected to business areas of mumbai like Nariman Point and BKC (Bandra Kurla Complex)

Hope this helps you.

Travel Tips for Mumbai

Carpet bargaining. Even if...

by Pierre_Rouss

Carpet bargaining. Even if you don't want a carpet, you might leave with one anyway, otherwise the salesman might cry. Take your time even if you see less things.
Little plug for Jamal Carpet (suggested by my driver, he assured me they were not related ;-) )
Linden House, behind the Taj
Apollo Bunder, Bombay - 400 001
tel: 22-2020399, 22-2844216
I manage not to buy a carpet, but left with Pracmina scarves and cachemire sweater. The food... it was great and varied. Do watch for what you eat, but you are often better off with indian food than occidental food cooked by an indian cook.

TOILETS AND SAFETY ON TRAINS IN INDIA

by Amitu

TOILET
The toilet on most trains is an experience. They are cleaner these days than in the past, but the floors are often wet (and slippery) from leaking water. Most toilets are squat type and are preferable to the western style ones because you don't want to sit down on anything in a train bathroom. However, be careful, because with all the lurching and shaking, if you drop anything it's gone down that little hole in the floor. Actually using the toilet on the train is an acquired art. The floor is slippery and the train is lurching. Hang on to something. For many it will prove the biggest challenge they have faced since early childhood potty training.

SAFETY
Personal safety on trains is not a serious problem but it's worth keeping in mind. There are a few dangers you won't encounter in Western trains where most ways of harming oneself have been eliminated for the benefit of the foolish. Not in India. If you want to hang out the train door, no one will stop you. If you want to race down the platform and swing aboard at the last minute, you can. In the absence of restrictions, you must learn to operate with a lot of common sense.

Some visitors discover the pleasure of sitting in the open doorway of the carriage watching the country side go by, smelling the wood smoke from village fires, and listening to the bird calls over the clatter of the train. It can be dangerous, and is not recommended. Don't jump from a moving train. If you have a more serious problem, try and contact either the Ticket Collector or a member of the Railway Police who may be posted on the train. Otherwise, enlist help from fellow passengers. Many will be interested in assisting you.

The Hindu King Jadav Rana of...

by o00o

The Hindu King Jadav Rana of that time, CE, granted them refuge in his kingdom. He gave them fertile land to live on and the Zoroastrian pilgrims called their new abode Sanjan, in memory of the place they originally came from in north-west Khorasan. These Zoroastrian immigrants came to be known as the Parsees.

Fishing and the Kolis

by keeweechic

Mumbau was once an archipelago of several islands and inhabited by the Kolis. These were the tribal fisherfolk who still exist today and live in native villages and fish in the traditional way in small wooden boats. They have their own customs and speak in their own dialect. The Kolis used to call the city Mumba after Mumbadeva (Goddes of Water) and that is where the city takes it name Mumbai from today. There is a 600 yr old Kolis fishing village at Worli where you can not only see but smell fish drying as well as see the colourful Koli women.

WHAT IS BOLLYWOOD?

by Amitu

At this stage it's worth mentioning yet another incredible Indian institution: the Indian film industry.

Bombay is the official centre of Indian film, so much so that the films are known as 'Bollywood' movies (which is unlikely to change to 'Mollywood' with Bombay's rechristening as Mumbai). Bollywood churns out twice as many films every year as Hollywood, and where the average Hollywood blockbuster clocks in at about 90 minutes, Bollywood epics run to an exhausting average of two-and-a-half hours. Each movie has at least five sing-along dance routines, and every type of film genre - action, romance, thriller, crime, musical - is packed into the celluloid equivalent of bubble and squeak.

To a Westerner the films appear incredibly crap, but the figures point to an industry that is far from unsuccessful. Bollywood blockbusters, of which there are more than 800 produced every year, have million-dollar budgets, produce over 100 million ticket sales every week, have huge advertising campaigns (the posters mount up on walls and telegraph poles, only to be nibbled off by passing goats and cows) and have made a lot of Bombay residents very rich indeed.

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