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I have been utilising this place for my transit stay since 1993. Ideal location to visit any part of town & easy connectivity to other towns (train, buses etc). In house South Indian restaurant is marvellous. Most of the rooms newly renovated. Worth for money...More
Excellent location, friendly/smiling staff. Newly renovated rooms offer all basic necessities for a comfortable stay.
They can improve on certain areas.
1. Washroom can have much better showers
2. Bed can be some more comfortable
3. Blankets, instead of two single blankets they should provide...More
I stayed in this hotel for two nights in May 2015. The rooms are not neat clean and in a poor condition. The location is convenient but busy.Very very old furniture.hotel is located in majistic area of bangalore which is plus point of the hotel....More
hotel is located in majistic area of bangalore which is plus point of the hotel. but its costly, foods are not good, limited menu. rooms are small, bathroom were not cleaned.
less parking area, for few cars only.
We stayed there in the first week of May 2016, Eventhough I booked through phone they did'nt care about that and not taken down anywhere. When we reached there with family the reception was ok with their attitude and done a faster check-in. We are...More
US$21 - US$24 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The central transport hub of the city, which is home to Kempegowda Bus Station, popularly known as Majestic is the busiest part of Bengaluru. Flooded with budget hotels and narrow lanes leading to local markets selling used books, electronics, antique artifacts, fabrics to clothes, it is a cluster of
Bangalore’s oldest shopping areas. Chickpet is a paradise for those seeking innovation and creativity in shopping. Historically known for supplying fine silk sarees to the royalty, this place houses a number of shops dealing in silk sarees, textiles, gold and silver. Haggling is a mandatory skill for this market and an entire wardrobe can be bought for Rs. 500 if you are really in the mood. Take a break at popular old local restaurants serving North Karnataka speciality meals like at Kamath Yatri Niwas.