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I stayed in this hotel for 1 night. The service was bad. The hotel is not maintained at all.
I bet one cant stay in this hotel for more than 1 day. But the location of the hotel is good.
The rate was reasonable.
Horrible place to stay - its badly maintained - the caretaker is lousy he has not maintained the place at all - there were cobwebs to greet us ;) we had to pay him extra to clean the place after we checked in - no...More
there is nothing great in the hotel.so not to expect much from the hotel.i stayed for one day. stay was average. service was okay.it has got a restaurant which offers average taste of food. room rate was reasonable.
Established in the early 1900s, Frazer Town is one of the most upmarket residential and commercial neighbourhood in the Bangalore Cantonment from the colonial era and is being conserved in places to preserve its low-rise, tree-filled character. A great milieu of unity in diversity is visible on the streets
with the range of beautiful mosques, colonial bungalows, old churches and a few temples. Frazer Town is nothing less than a foodies’ haven, with streets like MM Road and Mosque Road lined with local eateries and Bangalore’s oldest bakeries and restaurants serving Arabic to Chinese cuisine. This is where Bangalore comes when it craves biryanis and kebabs especially during Ramzan. With a wide military base in the vicinity and a distinct British influence in the culture, quieter streets in the area especially around Cox Town and the Freedom Fighter’s Park offer a great environment for long, chirpy walks.