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Due to personal work I wanted a budget hotel near to Peenya, Bengaluru. I stayed at this hotel twice. Once alone and next with family. Room provided to me during the first visit was in poor state.On an inquiry I was informed the existence of...More
Ideally suited for the Excon Exhibition as the BIEC Ground is hardly 4 kms away. The Restaurant has moderately priced food. Also, its right opposite the Dasarahalli Metro Station. They have a new wing situated behind the main complex. Neat and clean rooms and bathrooms...More
Most of the people will be looking after this hotel because this is close to BIEC. But wait, do not get fooled. Google Maps shows incorrect location of the hotel. The location marked on map is occupied by Parle factory. I reached that place as...More
This hotel was helpful in travelling to BIEC (Bangalore International exhibition center). Room was spacious and bathroom was good. TV and fan were working all right. Construction was relatively newer,but access to building housing our room was very poor. They have their restaurant which came...More
One of the greenest neighbourhoods in the city with a fresh fragrant atmosphere, Malleswaram is a centuries-old residential area, known for its rich local history and ancient temples. Full of old-world charm, the leafy streets are well suited to nature lovers with its walkable sidewalks while the commercial lanes are most popular for shopping and
eating in the purest ‘South Indian’ way. Home to a cluster of attractions for art and theatre fans, visitors must walk along Sampige Road – a popular hub for saree shopping in the city, while Margosa Road is full of rustic eateries serving the best South Indian snacks in the city including Benne Dosa at CTR (Shri Sagar). A visit to Sankey Tank is perfect for morning and evening strolls, while as you drive down further, the lanes of Sadashivnagar – an upmarket neighbourhood created out of the former royal gardens of the Bangalore Palace.