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There are 585 Budget hotels in Mumbai which are priced below Rs. 2500. Tariff for hotels in Mumbai starts from 200. Cheap hotels in Mumbai may provide basic amenities like a private bedroom, colour TV, Telephone, AC, 24-hour front desk and housekeeping staff on call. These hotels are affordable and value for money.
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Since the photos posted on their website looked appealing, I booked a room at this serviced apartment and I must say, was suitably impressed. The apartment is in a quiet, residential area. No problem getting transport.
My husband and I booked a double room. It was cheerful, well lit and airy with large windows. Fresh sheets and a comfortable mattress ensured a good night's sleep. The AC worked fine and noiselessly. The room was spick and span. The bathroom was definitely functional with a great shower, fresh towels and very clean.
The staff were extremely helpful and quick. They looked after us well. Breakfast is complimentary with Indian/Continental options. Our eggs were perfect, we got satisfying cups of coffee or tea, maybe the toast could have been crisper, maybe a larger portion of fruit would have been nice but I am not complaining. We got a fulfilling breakfast to start the day.
For dinner we would order the veg dishes on the menu. A more generous portion of the dal would have been good. But freshly cooked and great to taste. And we were impressed at the professional way the food was brought up from the kitchen - hygienically cling wrapped, with clean crockery and cutlery.
My visit was of a business purpose as I had work for one day and the rest 2 days I took by myself to explore the city and the beautiful hotel I stayed overlooking the majestic Sea Link view from my room and the great service in the club lounge which is open 24x7 overlooking the beautiful Arabian sea. My room was spacious with very comfortable bed and LCD television. Television is the thing I cannot live without. Not forgetting the most luxurious bathrooms in which they have television and I could peacefully take shower and bath without missing my television programs. Though there were not all channels available which I watch but there are a few movie channels. It would be great if they could increase their movie channels. Taj Lands End Hotel has a variety of restaurants for various foodies.. Love their Ming Yang restaurant for Chinese. Though I missed visiting on my last stay but it's my favorite Chinese restaurant in Mumbai, Well, this time I did try out their new Italian restaurant Maritime and I had a great meal there with a friendly chef suggesting me dishes. Also love their Masala Bay Indian restaurant and the daily breakfast i used to have in Vista restaurant which is their 24x7 restaurant. Not forgetting to burn all my calories daily morning in the gym working out with my favorite Bollywood celebrity. We also had a relaxing pedicure in the Taj Salon in the property. And never carry your soap, shower gels, shampoo and not even a comb as they will provide you with everything needed. I recommend all the travelers to select Taj Lands End if they love watching the beautiful sea with a great and memorable view which you may not find anywhere in the city. Also if anyone celebrating any occasions like birthday or anniversary would recommend informing the hotel and seeing how they surprise you with cakes and goodies. And Chinese lovers never forget to visit Ming Yang. Also travelers who love shopping can shop in the property shopping at Taj Khazana store and Louis Vuitton store not forgetting to go to the Club Lounge for High Tea and Cocktails as they serve in a unique way. Appam lovers can have loads of appams at the breakfast. They are just yum and I must admit they have the best waffles in the city. Make it a point to try while reservation always put in a request for Bandra Worli Sea Link facing room. Next time would spend more time at the hotel and go for my leisure trip and not miss out on swimming. Last visit I missed out on swimming and spa and many more activities. And of course would prefer the Bandra Worli Sea Link facing room and hoping to stay in the luxury suite in which I stayed a year back with my parents. This time I was alone so opted for club room. Wishing the hotel all the best and hoping to have the same hospitality and service like I always get. Thank You!
Checked-in on Thursday 5th October 2015 10:30-10:45 pm.
Checked out on Friday the 6th at around 10 am.
The security and concierge staff are exceptionally friendly. The DURBAN, who opened the taxi door for me, was a wonderful hindi/punjabi speaking person, very warm in his reception.
Great rooms. Internet is fairly fast.
Must try: The freshly baked croissants and orange pekoe tea (Darjeeling).
However, Oreo biscuit packet in the mini-bar was probably very old - the dates of manufacture and expiry were not visible.
BEWARE: TRIDENT has SERIOUS HR and Training Problem.
Staff motivation level: ZERO. Fear level: 10 on the scale of 10.
The staff definitely meets the definition of a typical Indian employee of an Indian Organization: Scared stiff and intimidated.
Trident welcomes you very coldly without the courteous smile.
Trident staff do not like coloured humans. Coloured are greeted with ZERO smile.
Preference is for the whites (let's call them tourists) or the english speaking Indians preferably in formal attire. At least, I felt that way. I think, this is common to all Indian hotels - no smile or very cold and indifferent greetings.
Staff at the reception were extremely formal, very stiff (almost rude) and not friendly at all. I do remember this one front office staff (a tall and handsome young man) who appeared very annoyed and upset, of course not with me. Why would he be annoyed with me? I had then just entered the hotel. As I approached the front office to check-in he very promptly dumped me to another staff, (sorry, don't recall her name correctly). She perhaps understood the situation and obliged me with an upgrade to a sea facing room, which was not really necessary as I had to checkout very early the next day and I wouldn't had a chance to see the ocean (creek). I had told her that but she insisted.
Breakfast time at the Frangipani - the arena for breakfast.
I reached at about 8:30 am in a formal black trouser+white shirt+black oxford without tie and blazer, and stood by the metallic display outside Frangipani stating - please wait here.
I kept waiting for the restaurant staff to direct me to a table for breakfast. There were three ladies representing the restaurant, two in western outfit and one in a saree, receiving/greeting/directing the guests. Regrettably, I was totally ignored and they refused to acknowledge me. Meantime, the tourists and other rather well dressed gentlemen and ladies were being greeted (by Namaste) by the saree clad lady and promptly guided to their (undesignated) tables.
Trident is a good hotel but its staff have awful attitudinal issues. Perhaps, a bit discriminatory too.
I do not blame anyone of the staff nor I would ever had argued for the bad behaviour of young hostesses, though I had told the lady in saree at the entrance of Frangipani that she had ignored me for over 10 minutes and had not followed the fundamental principle of maintaining a (civilized) queue.
I recently visited this hotel based on all the reviews on tripadvisor and makemytrip but I had the worst experience there. I am writing this so fellow travellers can save themselves from the agony I went through, especially foreigners and people who don't speak Hindi, need to be cautious here.
The location of the hotel is prime. It is a budget hotel so don't expect any luxury. To make the most of the place I stay, I keep to myself and adjust in most cases. But this time, it started with cramped up bathroom to rip off front desk people. Apart from the locality and except 1 or 2 friendly staff, the rest of the hotel is just filled with rude people. The bathrooms are so small, basically you can sit on the toilet seat and take a shower, well it is a budget hotel what to expect, I adjusted.
I stayed here for 2 days, this hotel costed me approx. Rs. 1500 per night. I am usually very careful with my belongings but unfortunately I lost the room key somewhere and wasn't able to locate it. So I informed them and they said they will have to change the entire lock and asked me to pay Rs. 1500, which I felt was absurd. Then I saw that they had a spare key and I offered that I will make a new key for them or will pay for that which will actually cost much less. They didn't agree till the end and didn't let me go by holding on to my baggages. Finally as I was getting too late for my flight I had no other option but to pay. Their whole attitude changed, all the people who spoke English, now started speaking in Hindi to me and were very rude in handling this whole episode and because of this I missed my flight!
Usually hotels have cards to open doors or even if the keys get lost they charge a few hundreds, this is the only place where they asked me to pay Rs. 1500 which was same as their one day's rent. I really cannot believe how they have a decent rating. To all my fellow travellers, spend a couple hundreds extra but avoid this hotel, you will thank me later. I am attaching the receipt of the amount they took from me and the hotel bill.
I have been using makemytrip for most of my bookings and have been pretty satisfied till now. This was my first experience with OYO rooms ... Someone recommended based on the location ... The place that I wanted to visit was close by. I thought it may not be bad idea to try out the much hype, well funded aggregator's services for a change. I was curious to find out how the much talked about startup has changed the whole landscape of hospitality industry. "I was very much disappointed at the end of it" will be an under-statement. Overall, it was the same old "guest house" horror story! I made a mistake which I had stopped making after learning the hard way. I would rather pay some extra rupees rather than staying at a cheap (and cheap) place. All this thanks to the hype and buzz around the brand OYO. The first experience with OYO will mostly be my last (phew! ). I would suggest a new and more appropriate brand name to the founders of OYO - AYYO !! Here is why - 1. Where are you? It took me some 30 minutes to locate the property. The location shown by Google Maps was not correct. I called up the service center and a chirpy trying to be helpgul lady tried to guide me. She was guiding me to the same wrong location which I had already reached! Then she tried connecting me to the caretaker but the phone just kept ringing. We finally used the local GPS (General people service" :) to locate the place. The place did not have the quintessential OYO board. The manager explained that the society did not allow it. I told him about the wrong location on Google Maps. He was aware of it and unapologetic about it - "yeah, we have requested Google to correct it". 2. Where is the parking? The bellboy took me from the office to the apartment. We had to find a parking spot with the help of 2 security guards. The information Page very clearly mentions that parking is available. I asked the bellboy and he gave me some weird answer - "every flat has only one parking". The scary part was that the guard said that anther person will park in front of my car and if I was required to move the car, he would call the person from his flat. Wow! 3. The room - The room had an AC but the temperature was kept at 26. It took me some 45 minutes to bring it down to a bearable level in the hot & humid Mumbai of April. The room itself was pretty basic and cramped. It wasn't even squarish in shape. The key did not work properly. 4. Toilet - The slope wasn't proper and the water was getting collected in one part. The water-outlet was not working properly ... I had to close to shower intermittently to let the water out. It was a shower in installments !! 5. Noise - Right outside my room, there was a small room which was being used by caretakers. I am not sure if it was OYO staff or the building staff but they were making a lot of noise. Thankfully, I was pretty tired and did not really get disturbed by the noise. A light sleeper would have had a lot of trouble. 6. Breakfast - The breakfast was served in the room (clap, clap) in a polythene bag. The bag had 4 slices of bread, an omelette (less than 2 eggs) and a packet of juice. The bread and omelette were wrapped in aluminium foil. It was one of the most pathetic hotel stays that I have had in the recent past.