Aram Hotel, Mumbai
341/254, Government Colony , Near Chetana College, Bandra East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400051
Ranked 658 amongst 1946 hotels in Mumbai
Aram Hotel Reviews (17)
I was on a trip to Mumbai and I stayed here for one night. It was my first experience this hotel was awesome and the location of the hotel is nice. The best thing is this hotel is here the rooms are luxurious and spacious. As everything was perfect giving you a great satisfaction and making it worth for using this hotel.
How can I explain the days I spent there, I came 2 months earlier there with my family it appears like the days I spent at my home. The food is very yummy, the staff is also very cooperative. I came here with my friend, the food was good. The ambiance was good, the room was good and spacious. The staff, the cleaning staff all were very cooperative.
How can I explain the days which I spent there. I came 2 months earlier there with my family. It appears like the days I spent at my home. The food is very yummy. The staff is also very cooperative. The rooms are comfortable, neat and clean. The service of front office is also appreciable and location is also very praisable.
I came here with my friend. The food was good. The ambiance was good. The room was good and spacious. The staff, the cleaning staff all were very co-operative. The check-in and check-out system is also very good. They arrange taxi for you to visit near by places. Loved to be here. All in all the stay is very good.
The hotel was located in a good location of Mumbai. The hotel room & bathroom was neat and clean. Interior design is amazing. The food was average not so good. We had breakfast in hotel. Other time we had gone to restaurant. Hot water facility 24 hours in hotel. Staff are very cooperative. Overall, the hotel name is Aram. Hotel mei bohut aram hai. Really enjoyed well.
If you don't want to travel out of Mumbai and still want to have a relaxing holiday with family, this is the best place to go. You can reach in an hours time from anywhere in Mumbai. Very relaxing place, good ambiance and activities to offer. Hotel located on main road in city, traffic were friendly and affordable.
The Aram hotel is a really good looking hotel with lots of space and amazing view. The service the hotel provides is really good and amazing. Everyone will love the interiors of the hotel, it's so calm and refreshing. The food and beverages they provide is so good and homely. The rooms are really spacious and very neatly arranged. You will fall in love with the rooms as they are so beautifully done and is really fabulous. All together the Aram Hotel will fill our mind with a unique feel of freshness and calm atmosphere in Mumbai.
Hotel was good. It was a religious trip with family. Location was very good. There was a hill view. Hotel appearance was good. Rooms were clean and well maintained. I stayed there for 2 days. No delay in check-in and check-out. There was no swimming pool or indoor, outdoor games. Transportation was arranged. Amount spent was value for money. I would like to recommend this hotel to others.
I stayed in Aram hotel during last week of November 2014. Hotel located on main road in city. Hotel staff is very good and their service was very fast. Room was very well maintained and there condition was good. Hotel was totally environmental. Had a nice experience for staying in this hotel.
I stayed there for two days during February with my friend. Hotel location was good and tariff was pocket friendly. Room condition was good and bed was comfortable. Staff was friendly and co-operative. Service offered was decent. Food was good and budget friendly.
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