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I booked via MMT. Staff was good and helpful. Room was clean but no water bottle included with the package. TV, AC and WiFi was nice. Market and railway station is nearby, so easy to access. Sheetal hotel's restaurant is only open in morning, so...More
I have been here couple of times and this hotel is located convinently near the Kempegowda bus stand(Majestic) and offers great value for money. The rooms are very inexpensive, well maintained and good for a short stay especially for students coming over for an exam...More
On 22nd May 2014 we stayed at Sheetal from morning till evening and on that night while departing for our foreign tour we have booked a room for 30/5/2014 midnight and kept our luggage in the same hotel.
While returning back from our foreign trip...More
I stay in this hotel regularly whenever I visit Bangalore for business work. The room is very basic. The bathroom is just basic. The beds are basic. There is no comfort in the amenities of the room. For a family to stay, I would not...More
US$ 8 - US$ 9 (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.