Hotel Samraj, Mumbai
Hotel Samraj Building, Chakala Rd, Parshiwada, Chakala, Andheri East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400053
Ranked 324 amongst 1946 hotels in Mumbai
Hotel Samraj Reviews (38)
If you ever visit in Mumbai, don't forget to enjoy the stay in Hotel Samraj. Hotel is very good, it has own restaurant and bar also if you want to enjoy exercise, it has gym. In Mumbai, it gives all facilities at very affordable prices so, you can enjoy.
I prebooked for my two day stay in Hotel Samraj. Got a surprise pick-up from Airport. Its a decent hotel in this range compared to other options. Facilities and services are satisfactory. Food I order was just okay, not perfect for Mumbai standards. Overall, the pleasant experience staying there.
We myself and wife were on a pleasure trip and to know about our country. It was very good trip enjoyed Nariman pt mannat house etc. The road bridge on the sea was a big attraction. Moreover, food at the hotel was good as far as break fast is concern. If you have time to roam about you can know much about by.
I recently visited Shirdi, and on my way back. I stayed for 2 nights in hotel Samraj, Mumbai. It's a decent 2/3 star hotel with value for money services. Though food was not up-to mark, but that's given considering the level of hotel. Overall location is good, relatively well connected.
Hotel service before and after was good. Has been maintained well, just that the corridors and interiors need to be upgraded so that clients or visitors feel superior. However the service, stay and hospitality is good. Food is ultimate especially the breakfast. Would suggest this place for a budgeted stay.
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