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Well Placed Hotel in Majestic area close to City Railway Station and Bus stands (City as well as inter state/inter district). Comfortable rooms, good room service. Free limited Wi Fi facility available. Very nice open air restaurant on roof top. Good food served. Complimentary breakfast....More
Stayed for 3 nights. The location is good. Nearby the majestic bus terminal and railway station making it very convenient to travel within the city. The ambiance is good and the rooms are clean and well kept. The restaurant on the top floor had a...More
This is well located for travellers round the corner from the railway station, clean rooms, though poor wifi an issue. Disappointing breakfast fare on offer. I would use this hotel again however in the hopes that management correct the wifi problem in particular.
Bell is very close to the rail station and bus stand and I have attended several training programs conducted here.Service and food are good and the staff is courteous except for the interrogation at the basement before parking.They treat you as an intruder.The air conditioning...More
The location is handy (close to the train station). Behind a pretentious facade is hidden a modest hotel. Our reservation had disappeared, the wifi didn't work, the bathroom was not very inviting (heavy naphtaline smell....). The A/C didn't work but could be repaired.
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.