Kalyani Village, Mumbai
Kalyani, New Mandala Rd, Panchavati Colony, Anushakti Nagar, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400094
Ranked 451 amongst 1946 hotels in Mumbai
Kalyani Village Reviews (6)
I had visited this hotel for official tour. The overall experience of the hotel was good. The service was done on time. The food quality was awesome in the hotel. The vegetarian food was available in the hotel. The internet facility was provided in the room. I didn’t face any difficulty in check in and checkout process. The activity was not organized by the hotel.
It was a good experience to stay at this hotel. I had lot of fun in the hotel. This is very good hotel, food provided by the hotel is sweet and yummy. Rooms are very clean and neat, their hospitality provided was amazing. Security provided by the hotel is very good, it is nice to stay at this hotel.
Its a great hotel at best price, if you go in Mumbai. You must visit this hotel, great services of staff. Cooking and food are good. Very nice hotel. The pav bhaji made by cook in this hotel is damn awesome. The taste of food is very good.
The rooms of the hotel were small and not in a good condition. The view from balcony was quite fine but balcony was not properly maintained. The pillows were very hard and matrices had lost their softness and because of that I was not able sleep properly. The staff of this hotel were nicely behaved but I would really like to suggest good service for the rooms.
The hotel is at good location & overview of the hotel was fantastic.The swimming pool & surroundings of the hotel was well maintained.Rooms were large,neat & higly comforted with all required amenities.
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