Sorry for the late update! This hotel is right at the southern tip of Mumbai so beware the 90 mins journey or so at peak times in a taxi from the airport.
A haven from the noise, chaos and pollution as soon as you walk into the scented lobby.
I was treated very well as a non resident Indian. All service was quick and done as told - very surprised.
Turn down service, needing electrical plugs and getting extra bottles of water were all promptly delivered.
Front desk staff all very knowledgeable and sorted my phone wifi super quick and advised of all locations.
Bus service right outside will take you to the two main rail way stations (CST and Churchgate) in 30 mins or so at 9 rupees or so no need for rip off taxis. A metro station is being built there so making it even easier to get there. It is in a very well off suburb making it a great place to see locals.
Breakfast buffet was a dream every morning with excellent service and choice - my pictures made every one jealous with traditional Indian and European dishes!
3 restaurants on site and a kicking nightclub. I ate at the indian restaurant and it was a refined Indian delight.
If you want to save money then a veggie restaurant is a 10 mins walk behind the hotel, it is cheap, clean and tasty - ask the front desk where 'Kamant's' is. They also take credit card.
Generally a very nice experience and was very surprised with the service that made me feel welcome.
This award-winning Mumbai hotel is located in Cuffe Parade neighbourhood, 0.5 km (0.3 mi) from the Mumbai World Trade Centre …More
We wanted a hotel for a few days on our way home to the uk from Goa. Centrally located with easy access to local tourist spots such as Taj Hotel, gateway to India, Victoria station and Leopold Cafe. The hotel is located in a predominantly Moslem neighbourhood and, as a result, there are few local bars. Hotel staff very friendly and, after looking after our bags all day after check out, permitted us to shower in the health club before going to the airport.
Traveller from Crawley, West Sussex, UK
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I stayed here in the first week of October 2017 as I was looking for a decent budget hotel in areas near Worli. Having stayed in a couple of others in Dadar, my expectations of cleanliness were pretty low. However, Anam International was fairly good in terms of value for money and providing basic amenities, cleanliness and a decent breakfast. It's not fancy and the bathroom may be slightly small but it is clean and served all my needs. Staff was also courteous and Treebo has lived up to my expectations each time now as opposed to standalone budget hotels or the awful experience with OYO rooms. The location is good but the external facade can be improved.
Traveller from Delhi
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Hotel is in an Excellent location. Just opposite The Taj Palace. Very nice neighborhood. Walking distance to almost all the famous sight seeing places. Causeway (shopping street) is right a the back of the hotel - 5mins walk. I did my own walking tour - using Google Maps & Waze. Loads of places to have good food in this area. Social (next to Diplomat Hotel) is a popular hangout! Further down the road, The Table is a nice place too but pricy! Head over to Havana Cafe - Cheap, good food, good environment, friendly staff & great drinks!
Traveller from Kuala Lumpur
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Colaba, situated at the southernmost tip of Mumbai, is one of the most exciting places in the city. Colaba Causeway is a tourist hub which runs parallel to the Gateway of India, which has always been a hot vacation destination. When in Colaba, visit the Prince of Wales Museum and the Regal Cinema, one of the few old movie theatres in service in the city of Mumbai. There are numerous shops and sidewalk stalls that deal in costume jewellery, t-shirts, low-priced leather goods, semi-precious stones, authentic Indian ware, as well as Kashmiri carpets and shawls. It's best to visit several shops while exploring all of the opportunities for a good deal and negotiating on price. The causeway is also lined with food kiosks, restaurants, and cafes. Leopold's Cafe & Bar and Cafe Mondegar are some the most famous restaurants in this area.