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Any hotel in Bengaluru for peaceful sleep during NewYearEve?

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Any hotel in Bengaluru for peaceful sleep during NewYearEve?

I'am staying in Bangalore and I'am having a relative visit us during Christmas/New Year. Problem is that he is very old and also heart patient and my apartment faces the open space of an adjacent apartment which has VERY NOISY New Year Eve activity till 2AM. I want to book him decent hotel room on 31-Dec so that he gets some good sleep but I'am worried that all 3-star hotels might have noisy New Year celebrations too. Any suggestions?

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1. Re: Any hotel in Bengaluru for peaceful sleep during NewYearEve?

Hi,

There are many hotels which confine their New Year celebrations to their party area/hall & donot disturb other guests.Some of the star & other hotels/resorts donot have New year parties.Check out & book accordingly depending on your locational preference.

Edited: 18 November 2013, 07:14
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3. Re: Any hotel in Bengaluru for peaceful sleep during NewYearEve?

yes, you will get peaceful and fantastic luxury serviced hotels in bangalore, for more information visit below <a hrerf="www.premiumservicedapartments.com/rooms.php">Serviced Apartments Koramangala</a> and have a happiest trip.

Edited: 09 December 2013, 06:57
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4. Re: Any hotel in Bengaluru for peaceful sleep during NewYearEve?

yes, you will get peaceful and fantastic luxury serviced hotels in bangalore, for more information visit below serviceapartmentskoramangala.weebly.com and have a happiest trip.

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6. Re: Any hotel in Bengaluru for peaceful sleep during NewYearEve?

hi SridharCanada - you can check for serviced apartments near your locality .

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