Located near to khar railway station.. very busy surroundings.. Its good stay.. food was good.. they provide complimentary breakfast.. Juhu Beach and Linking Road Market are nearby.. One thing will disappoint you when you lock your room you don't have key to open it.. you have to call to reception to open it.. and wifi is only available at reception. overall its an average experience...
The receptionist be like show your id everytime whenever we return to hotel. The food is amazing but the staffs are not that friendly. Not a good experience with them. Not gonna refer anyone. We can use WiFi only at reception not at hotel room. Too bad
Nice hotel, staff is good and co operative.
*Parking facility is not much.
*Food- Hotel provides meal, and they have complimentary breakfast as well, if you pay upto a certain amount.
*Nearest station is Khar station.
*Juhu Beach is not at much distance, if you go by auto, fare will be less than Rs.60.
One of the worst thing of Mumbai hotels is that, they don't give room to an unmarried couple.
*This hotel is one of those few hotels which "do provide rooms to unmarried couples".
I along with few of my friends went on trip in february of 2016, we met an unmarried couple in hotel, they told us that they went and asked in 5 hotels of Mumbai but none of these hotels gave room to them.
It is no law that unmarried couple can not stay in hotel.
I am really very annoyed with "OYO Rooms" too, they also have a policy not to provide room to unmarried couples.
Hope you have a pleasant stay :)
First of all I am unable to understand why many people have give negative comments about this property, I booked this property through Goibibo & the stay was quite comfortable.
Room was neat & clean, toilets were also clean & hygienic. Only things there is some seepage on the wall which they should rectify immediately.
The hotel staff is quite cooperative & well behaved, they help you in getting Taxi & Auto for Airport. Near to this hotel there are some nice places to hangout.
Overall the stay was satisfactory.
I booked this hotel through OYO for stay from 20th to 22nd Jan 2016.
After braving the Mumbai traffic, I reach the hotel Unicontinental at 2030 pm. I tell the guy in the reception that I have a booking and even before I could give him the details, he says we are sold out. I said, I have a paid booking from OYO. Unapologetically he says, we had not confirmed the booking with OYO, so we cant do anything. Its a first come first serve policy with OYO so we do not have any rooms for you. Both the guys in the reception take turns to say that, it always happens with OYO. I tell them that I called your hotel and confirmed on my arrival, and I have already paid. So you cannot deny me the booking now. He claims I had not called, and I show him my call record. He then says that number is not theirs. I call the same number from the phone, and their phone rings and he picks up the call himself. Now with nothing more to say, he adamantly says, there is no room, you can figure it out with OYO.
I see another gentleman walking in for check in with an expedia booking, and he is also told that they are sold out. The man starts his argument with one of the receptionist. Seeing this, one of receptionist comes out tells me that there has been a check out and he will give me that room. In my one hour of waiting, I did not see anyone checking out. I would have slept in the sofa in my condition, so I take the offer anyways. They probably felt that two arguing customers are too much of a task.
I am shifted to the room, and am in store for the worst room I have ever seen. Forget the mini fridge mentioned in the booking, it didnt even have a glass or a bottle of water. It seemed shady; the photos below will give the better picture.