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The hotel is very well located even in Bengalure is pretty hard to walk across the city. The hotel Staff is always ready to help you and the restaurant it's a nice place to take some local dish very well cooked. Some visit as the...More
I have been there for 2 days . Room is clean and bigger staff is good and services is also some how good ... related to Web you need to struggle alot no Wifi and no data connection also .... remaining others things is good
I stayed at the hotel for a day. The rooms are clean. Service is also good. But the rooms do not have all facilities claimed on the web site. Firstly wifi does not work at all in the hotel. The password provided by four different...More
I've booked a room via phone call but while I went there to check in the receptionist who seems like manager of that hotel told that there was no booking in my name. Anyhow I checked in at that time, but he is not even...More
US$ 17 - US$ 25 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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In the heart of the city’s business hub is Bangalore’s most favourite garden. Cubbon Park is a beautifully maintained 120-hectare garden where all the local residents of the city take a break. A landmark ‘lung’ area of Bengaluru, the gardens are dotted with a lot of colonial heritage and charm, which are today a part of the state capital’s political centre. Home to the
red-painted Gothic style State Central Library, the magnificent Vidhan Souda built in Mysore Neo-Dravidian architectural style, the neoclassical Attara Kacheri built in 1864 and housing the High Court, oldest museums and GPO in its vicinity, a trip to Cubbon Park is a great heritage walk. Sundays at the park are quite a treat with a plethora of activities to choose from - concerts, fun runs, yoga, tiny farmers market, the list is endless.