Sahar Garden Hotel, Mumbai
Marol Maroshi Rd, Gamdevi, Marol, Andheri East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400059
Ranked 638 amongst 1946 hotels in Mumbai
Sahar Garden Hotel Reviews (6)
The appearance of the hotel was very good. I had visited this hotel with my family. The overall experience was very good. The hotel was located in the hotel. The complimentary food was provided in the hotel.
Stayed for one night as all hotels in vicinity were sold out. Doesn't have breakfast options, if required they get you low quality food from near by vendors. Room service is pathetic, asked for a bottle of water and they gave a refilled water in a bisleri bottle. They assumed that I wanted a water from the hotel (why would I ask for a bisleri water then?? ) Coldest front desk I have ever seen. Would not recommend it to anyone.
Awesome hotel with great service, never seen this type of service. It 's awesome and fabulous. Next I'm prefer this type of service. I will suggest my friend to do this type of offer and also service.
First of all, I will share my delightful experience in this hotel. I stay here for 2 days and found excellent food, rooms are clean and bigger in size. Service provided by hotel staff was excellent. I will always prefer to stay here and lunch, dinner was very good. All staff are responsive and attentive.
Really excellent hotel, everything works and attention to detail is exemplary. From check-in to check-out staff were attentive and helpful. Restaurant staff are also great and there when you need them. Food was excellent. I had both Western and Indian foods were all good.
My experience is very well in there. It is a very beautiful place.
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