The hotel has the feel of a guest house, although it is now part of the Neemrana chain. It was the home of a doctor and his family, who moved away to USA, but has not lost its atmosphere. Each room is different and each has its own charm. It has a quiet garden and a swimming pool despite being in a very busy area of Bangalore. The food is basic South Indian, but the quality of both dinner and breakfast is good. The staff are very helpful, if a bit slow, but it is a place to relax, rather than rush.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A garden home in Malleswaram, which was once the vegetarian- Brahmin stronghold of Bangalore. The name Pottipati derives from a village in Andhra Pradesh from where its owners – the Reddy family, originally migrated to Bangalore.Among the bustle of glass and concrete towers, relish pastoral charm, under a giant Shivalinga tree, Gulmohars, Jacarandas, Jack Fruit, Mangoes and Avacado trees, as also parterres full of crotons and seasonal flowers.The intimacy of old-world-rooms named after traditional sarees, a granite pillared lounge with a skylight, with basic business hotel facilities and a small conference room.When you stay at Villa Pottipati you join Bengaluru’s fight to retain its magnificent heritage structures by making restoration a viable, self-sustainable tourism activity. ... more less
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