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price 600 single room... 700 for a double room. common bathrooms (3 are available) look like 20 years old, but are quiet clean anyway... rooms very simple. Dont expect any luxuries! even towels not included... but it works anyway, no bedbugs, no mould... quiet but...More
We were shocked by the entrance to the building and almost went elsewhere but glad we persevered and climbed the staircase of doom! The owner was friendly and very helpful and we found the rooms light and airy and clean. The location is great and...More
I stayed here at the end of July 2011, coming from a cheaper but horrible place. These were my only experiencies in cheap Mumbai places, but I have travelled around India and Nepal and this is among the best places I have stayed for such...More
It is true that Hotel Lawrence is basic, I mean, forget about TV, AC or ensuite bathroom, but I loved it anyway. I really felt at home. It's incredible quite and relaxed, the other guests were also foreigners and the manager was incredible friendly and...More
arrived in mumbai having not booked anywhere and couldn't find anywhere decent for a good price, came to hotel lawrence at the reccomendation of lonely planet. the manager was very friendly and relaxed. the hotel itself is a bit basic even by indian standards, but...More
Undeniably among the most historic neighborhoods, Fort binds the entire city together. Those wanting to learn more about the roots of Mumbai will have a treat picking up cues here. From Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) (Mumbai’s most recognised railway station) to the famed Town Hall and some of the oldest bazaars, Fort reflects Mumbai’s rich past in ways that few neighborhoods do. Popular for its family-run Parsi
restaurants, special Gujarati thalis and khau-gullies, Fort is also the home for ‘Kala Ghoda’, Mumbai’s famous art district. Home to celebrated museums, art and handicraft galleries, trendy cafes and streets adorned with abstract art, this funky neighbourhood is a confluence of old world charm and fearless creativity of the local artists. One should not miss the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival held every year in February when the whole area transforms into a carnival for art lovers.
Response from AlvitoAbreo | Property representative |
Unfortunately we do not have an official website as we are a very small establishment.You can book accommodation here by telephone.The telephone code for India is 91 or 091 depending on which country you are in,followed by... More
Unfortunately we do not have an official website as we are a very small establishment.You can book accommodation here by telephone.The telephone code for India is 91 or 091 depending on which country you are in,followed by 22 which is the code for Mumbai followed by our telephone number which is 22843618.