I had been here during my business trip, found that the hotel offered more than i expected. The lady in the reception guided me the best and affordable way to commute to the work place.... though i ordered for at 1am with out any issues...更多
While the hotel looks swanky , the rooms are far from comfortable- yes they were clean and neat, but that is not all that we seek. The telephone in the room did not work, the only way to place room service order was calling on...更多
This is a decent place to stay in if you are visiting Bangalore for a couple of days, on work purpose. The Location is very good, at jayanagar, easy proximity to nearby areas like JP Nagar, Richmond road etc. The Deluxe rooms are good, with...更多
I went in that place during my uncle's marriage on feb 16. the door was itself huge and the room service was quite bothersome. the room is not good as tv size was small and the room was small I hope the hotel will improve
In the Silicon Valley of India with an ever-growing cosmopolitan base, Jayanagar which is close to Lalbagh Botanical Garden, a pre-independence era, 240-acre garden in the heart of the city, is predominantly inhabited by the Kannada-speaking locals, and let’s you do old-timey Bangalore as only Jayanagar can. Widetree-lined avenues and single-story houses with gardens are a characteristic of this historic
Bangalore neighborhood. The planned locality is highly popular for itsiconic food, music & cultural hub, its markets, and its plethora of vast beautiful parks. Walk along the mains and crosses – a true signature facet of the garden city, to explore nondescript and no-frills cult eateries that have built their reputation on single dishes like akki rottis, ragi & jowar rottis to khara bhath. Head to the historic Yediyur Lake, which is a favourite spot for all joggers & walkers for a tranquil stroll.