Value Score Average Value
Good For Solo
Watch out for the noise!
This is a good hotel overall, but I feel sorry for those on the lower floors - there is a loud nightclub (seemingly without soundproofing) in the basement. Some nights its louder than others, but if you are a light sleeper I wouldnt risk staying here unless you ask for a quiet room on the 5th floor.
To add insult to innjury when I tried to go into the nightclub i was shocked to find they want 1500rs as a cover charge!!
Do try the rooftop restaurant 'mirchi' - good ambience, loads of good food and great value at 450rs for all you can eat!
Decent, but watch out for the noisy disco!
On my first night here I wasnt happy. Firstly because the hotel seems to be on an out of the way shabby road, but in the morning I realised it wasnt so bad; the people outside are friendly enough and its near the beach.
Secondly, there is a disco called rock bottom in the basement. It seemingly has no sound proofing, and it is no exaggeration to say that my matress and glasses in my room were reverberating til 3am. This is a big problem as I was staying here for almost 3 weeks and was thinking of walking out. i asked to be moved to a quiet room and they moved me to the top (5th) floor. here you can still hear the music but its a lot better.
If you are a light sleeper DO NOT book this hotel!
Apart from the noise issue, this is a good hotel with very helpful staff, good food, nice rooms.
Unique Quality: The rooftop restaurant 'mirchi' ('chilli') is very good, they do an all you can eat buffet and the starter to which is table grilled kebabs of vegetables, meat, fish and paneer. All this for just 400INR (~$8).
There is also a health club, and a travel desk, altough I found it mch cheaper to just walk outside and take a rickshaw.
Directions: if the taxi doesnt know where it is, ask for hotel Sun n Sand, it is quite near there.
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Paddy's Day in Mumbai
Hi everyone. I shall be in Mumbai for St. Patricks Day (17th March) with the Barmy Army and wondered if there are any Irish pubs in the city to celebrate this fabulous day.
Can you help/advise?
RE: Paddy's Day in Mumbai
Not very sure but there is this pub called The irish cafe at ramee guestline hotel in khar s.v.road.Its got a disk called Madness where i have been some time back.
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