If you’re travelling to India, why not stay in a genuine Indian home? It will greatly enhance your experience of the country and will truly give you the opportunity to experience the real India thanks to your local host.

Below, you’ll see details of the accommodation that Faheem can offer you in his Mumbai property.

The room – called the Tower Room – sleeps two people and has every amenity you require, including wifi. It’s close to public transport too and your host will be happy to help you find your way around his fascinating city.

And yes, your room is so named because it really is in a tower. It’s accessed via a covered bridge leading from the main house where Faheem and his family live. What’s more, you have access to the family kitchen if you want to heat food in the microwave.

But what I particularly love about Faheem’s place is the roof terrace and its views of the city. See more in the photographs below.

MEET YOUR HOST

2016-10-15_1243Faheem has lived in both the USA and in the UK so speaks excellent English and his previous guests have described him as ‘responsive and flexible’, ‘a great host’ and ‘attentive to your every need’.

What more could you want?

Well, staying at Faheem’s place is truly seeing a slice of genuine India – something you would get if you were staying in a faceless hotel! And Faheem’s cook will even make breakfast for you. In fact, guests rave about Sudam’s omelettes!

The home features an old-fashioned charm, including some fascinating antiques in the shared areas.

FIND OUT MORE HERE

Tower Room at Marine Lines

Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Clean, quiet (sound insulated), high-ceiling domed, fully tiled room with its own MTNL DSL internet line located in South Bombay near Kalbadevi, Marine Drive, Marine Lines & Churchgate stations, Me…

Mumbai

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Jackie

Jackie

JJ is originally from the UK and has lived in South Florida since 1994. She is the founder and editor of JAQUO Magazine. You can connect with her using the social media icons below.

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