Mumbai: How to escape a floating spa in the capital?
The floating spa concept is nothing new in Mumbai.
In a bid to keep guests in the hotel while they go out, some hotels and resorts have installed lifts to lift guests from their rooms to the street and from the elevator, where they can be picked up by a taxi or private car.
But what’s new about this new wave of floating spas is that they have become an opportunity for people to escape from the stress of staying at their hotel.
In some cases, they’ve even become a boon for people who feel stuck or overwhelmed.
The concept is so common that even a couple of days before the Mumbai Olympics, there were reports of people sleeping in their rooms while their friends were out.
Even after the Olympics, however, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to escape the hotel.
In the last few months, there have been reports of floating hotels in other Indian cities like Pune, Hyderabad and Goa.
The problem with floating spreesThe problems with floating hotels have been widespread, ranging from guests being left stranded in the middle of the night to a shortage of beds and even overcrowding.
In Goa, for example, a hotel in Gajananagapuram has been in the news for the last two months for the lack of beds.
“There are floating hotels throughout the city,” said Gaurav Nanda, a resident of Goa and former guest of the hotel, who is now a resident at the hotel in a nearby hotel.
“There is a lot of floating in the city.
It’s becoming a problem.
There is a shortage.
You can’t find beds.
If you are not lucky enough to find a bed in the evening, you will end up stuck in your room.
This is the first time that this issue has come to my notice.”
For the uninitiated, floating hotels are typically rented out by a private company to individuals and families who need accommodation in a particular area.
The company then rents out the rooms in the hotels, which are typically equipped with beds and Wi-Fi.
According to the hotel operator, the hotels are supposed to provide the guests with accommodation in the best areas of the city and not to take guests to the same areas repeatedly.
However, the hotel operators in the country have recently begun renting out rooms to foreign guests to alleviate the problem.
“We are working on the issue.
The hotel operators are working with the city to make sure there are enough rooms to accommodate guests in Mumbai,” said Nanda.
The issues with floating resorts and hotelsOne of the main issues is the lack in space in floating spays.
While some of the floating hotels and spas are small, many of them are huge and have no floor space at all.
The problem is that floating hotels tend to have more guests and more room.
A typical hotel has around 200 to 250 guests.
Many floating spats have rooms that are larger than the room that is currently occupied by guests.
The floating hotel is supposed to be a place where people can relax and enjoy themselves.
“The problem is with people staying in the room, the rooms are not properly designed, and they are not clean,” said Muneer Singh, owner of the Dhananjayi Hotel, which has been floating in Goa for the past two months.
“We need a solution to the problem.”
The solution, said Singh, is for the hotel to have the rooms converted into a ‘gift room’ for guests to use.
The gift room is supposed be a space where guests can bring their belongings.
Singh said the company has been working on this project for the year.
“Last year, we had to buy a gift room in Goan for around 50,000 rupees (US$8,600) and it was a very bad experience,” he said.
“Now, we are trying to save the room and get it converted into something suitable for the guests.”
Singh has tried to solve the problem by renting out a lot more rooms, but he said that he’s not sure that this has been successful.
“I have rented out two rooms.
We have a total of four rooms, so we can only use four.
It will be a big problem for us.
I think it is not feasible to do this at this stage,” he added.
Singhe said that in some cases the rooms were so large that it would be impossible for the rooms to be properly converted into gift rooms.
The other issue is that the floating spa has become a place for people with disabilities.
According to Singh, it is common for people in wheelchairs to be taken into the hotel for a spa session.
“They get wheelchairs and are given a massage, which they can not do at the moment,” he explained.
Singhan said that while he is happy to have people with special needs, the issue has been