Jainson Hotel, Mumbai
124,Jain Laxmi Mansion Opposite Navjivan Society Lamington Road, Mumbai
Ranked 1121 amongst 1946 hotels in Mumbai
Jainson Hotel Reviews (5)
The location of the hotel was not good. I didn't face any difficulty to reach the hotel. The behaviour of the staff was good in the hotel. The basic amenities were provided in the room. It was an average hotel. I had taken food from the outside of the hotel.
Best hotel in the world, i have ever seen. I stay there in june 2015 and i enjoyed it very much with my wife. I suggest everyone to go there and enjoy the beach of goa. The hotel have its class originally, very nice staff and coordinating.
Hotel location was convenient so it was easy to reach there. It was located at 5 mins walking distance from railway station and 15 mins away from bus stand but it was very far from Airport. Inside and outside look of the hotel was okay. It was moderate. Room was not much spacious but well-maintained. Everything was clean there. TV and AC were provided in the room. Geyser was not there. Main road was visible from the room. Hotel restaurant was nice and I tried only veg food there. There was no issue in check in and check out procedure. No activity was there. I went there for official purpose in July or August. I will recommend this hotel only for official work but for families it was not for picnic and enjoyment. Value for money hotel. No advice for improvement required there. I am from Delhi.
It was relaxing, the staff was courtesy, the approach to the hotel is easy, the meals served in the restaurant were good. The room was neat, clean and fresh. Services provided were excellent. Staff handled request humbly, the entire experience was warm. We would definitely like to revisit the resort and spend our holidays in such a comfort and relaxing place.
Hotel Jain Sons is a small hotel, opposite to Navjiwan Society on Lamington Road, Mumbai Central. It has small rooms with common bathroom or AC rooms with attached bath. The rates are economical, with just basic facilities only. However they have their own eatery on ground floor itself, which sell tea, milk, curd and snacks in a clean environment.
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