Quality Inn Parle International

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Agarwal Market, Vile Parle E, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400 057, India

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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 38% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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    Close to the Domestic Airport


    I frequently get asked about inexpensive hotels in Mumbai of which there is a huge shortage. Although I have not stayed at the Quality Inn Parle International, I have had breakfast here a few times and obviously am familiar with the Quality Inn/Choice brands of hotels.

    The hotel is in a great location - very close to the airports, particularly the domestic airport. It is also located at one end of the great Vile Parle East market - very near to the train station - and walking distance to restaurants and plenty of shops.

    Rates start under $90 for 2-3 people and includes breakfast - very cheap for this area of Mumbai. You can compare prices at www.makemytrip.com, www.cleartrip.com, www.travelocity.co.in, and www.kayak.com, among others. Check the hotel website for additional information.

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Get Out To The Suburbs: Vile Parle (East)

by Donna_in_India

Most people coming to Mumbai only stay in the city visiting the Gateway, Elephanta, etc. But fully exploring Mumbai means more than stopping in at Leopold's for a meal so I recommend hopping on a train and visiting the suburbs!

The market area at Vile Parle East is a large maze of roads around the train station. There are dozens and dozens of stores selling household items, clothing, jewelry, etc. There are also small stalls selling everything from shoes to clocks. And of course, tables full of fruits and vegetables. This is a "local" market - colorful and busy, especially late afternoon/early evening with everyone coming to buy their produce for dinner. You are likely to run into cows and goats, and the people are nice, not agressive. It's one of my favorite markets.

Shop for clothes - everything from saris to kurtas, jewelry (especially inexpensive bangles, earrings, and elaborate necklaces), and whatever fruit is in season (custard apples, mangos, jackfruit, etc.)!

Recommended places to eat: Shiv Sagar (good veg food), Gajalee's (highly recommended for sea food - crabs, and their specialty, Bombay Duck - it's fish), street stalls for Bombay's famous Wada Pav and grilled veg sandwiches!

Recommended hotel: There is a Quality Inn Parle International Hotel located at one end of the market. It is a nice hotel (good breakfast buffet) and very convenient to the airports, especially the domestic airport.

Train Tip: These trains are wildly crowded during rush hour and if possible, I recommend avoiding them at those times. Tickets must be purchased before you board the train. Women should NEVER go in the men's compartments - even with another man. There are separate men's and women's compartments - use them!

If you make a day of visiting the suburbs, along with Vile Parle East, you should visit Andheri West (station area), Lokhandwala, and Juhu. See my other tips for additional information.

Forum Posts

Backpackers Mumbai

by worksopian56

I will be visiting Mumbai and India for the first time in the autumn.

I need ideas for places to stop(backpackers or cheap hotels) with easy acess to the airport


Re: Backpackers Mumbai

by Travelgeny

Mumbai can be say as an earning place of India. Peoples from different states comes to Mumbai, People also say this “yeh hai Mumbai mere jaan” mean to say that (Mumbai is my life).It is one of the expensive and luxurious and also has got poorest people too. If you go to south Mumbai one of cheapest hotel is
Chateau Windsor Hotel (near to church gate), Bawa International Hotel (near to Mumbai International Airport), Executive Enclave Hotel (Bandra West),Quality Inn Parle International Hotel(near to Mumbai International Airport).
All has got rates under 100 dollars per night with a very fine services.

Re: Backpackers Mumbai

by Sunilks

There are lot of cheap guest houses available in south mumbai near CST railway station. You can also try YMCA guest house.Will try to send you some link or address.

Re: Backpackers Mumbai

by Sunilks

checkout the following link . It is not near to Airport but situted in one of the prime area of Mumbai.
Red Shield Guest House
Triple, double, single Room
A/c Rooms (double & Single)
Family room for maximum of five people
Food : Indian and continental food is provided with daily fixed menu.
Lockers and left luggage

The Manager
Red Shield Guest House
30 Merewether Road,
Electric House, Colaba,
Fort, Mumbai 400 039
Tel. No. 2841824 Fax: 2824613
E-mail : red_shield@vsnl.net

Re: Backpackers Mumbai

by Avieira67

Two years ago I stayed for a night in Mumbai at Apollo Guesthouse for 490 INR, including a light breakfast. Room was very small, but everything was clean. Besides this place and other advised in this forum, it seems Lawrence Hotel offers good rates for a reasonable quality.
By the way, I am going again to India next Octobre for a whole month.


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 Quality Inn Parle International

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Address: Agarwal Market, Vile Parle E, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400 057, India