Varishtta Hotel, Mumbai
Plot No 55/B, Sector 2/A Koparkhairane, Main Road Thane
Ranked 229 amongst 1982 hotels in Mumbai
Varishtta Hotel Reviews (14)
The destination of the hotel was very good. I went by my own vehicle. The appearance of the hotel was very nice. The booking and front office was very good. The staff behaviour was very friendly and polite. All the amenities were available in the room in good condition. The food was value for money. The activity was not arranged by the hotel.
Location of the hotel was good. Staff behaviour was helpful and friendly. Services were fully satisfactory. Hotel look wise was nice. There was no outdoor activity available. Rooms were neat, clean, and spacious. They provided all the basic amenities like TV, geyser, etc in the room. You can see road view from hotel rooms. They provided both veg and non-veg dishes in the hotel. Check-in and check-out process was not delayed. I went there alone in this hotel. I am totally satisfied with the amount of money I have spent at the hotel. I will recommend this hotel to other travellers.
Hotel was nice. Staff was good, very good food. Rooms were nice and its a good experience, more over its very easy to reach and good transport service. Staff was good. Room was neat & clean, except few. View of the place from the balcony was awesome.
Hotel is very nice. Service is best. Location is very nice. Hotel food is very tasty. Hotel traveling service is very fine. Stayed in hotel only one day but my experience is very fine. Hotel room service is very fast. Very beautiful and nice hotel. I am impressed by my stay in hotel. Very comfortable hotel with good service.
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