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It was comfortable stay. Staff are courteous. Room service is available at any time. complementary breakfast is excellent. Staff take effort to provide best service to the guest.
It was nice visiting this hotel we have booked the hotel at the last moment and the hotel staff was so good and overall we recommend this hotel to all the travellers who travel to Bangalore
The experience at the hotel was good except for the bed bugs which was informed to the staff the next morning. The staff is really nice and well behaved and very very helpful. Overall vice nice experience.
Often referred to as the Silicon Valley of India, cosmopolitan Bengaluru is the nation’s leading information technology hub and is home to a large number of education and national research institutions. As such, it has a young, hardworking, and highly educated population who have fuelled Bengaluru's development to the point where it is now the second fastest growing city in India.
Expedia has hundreds of three-star places to stay in Bengaluru, from the central district around M.G. Road to other neighbourhoods like Koramangala, Indiranagar and Whitefield.
Along with standard three-star hotels, you can also choose from self-catering apartments and bed and breakfasts, so whatever kind of accommodation you need you’re sure to find something to suit.
In Bengaluru city centre, three-star hotels come in a mix of styles, from modest tower blocks and contemporary glass-and-steel buildings to freestanding boutique villas shaded by trees. Some belong to popular local chains like FabHotels – India’s largest budget brand – and the small Indian luxury group juSTa Hotels and Resorts.
Many other three-star hotels in Bengaluru fall under the OYO umbrella, India’s largest branded network of hotels. You’ll also find plenty of accommodation that is independently owned and managed, and a handful belonging to well-known Western brands like Ramada, ibis and Premier Inn.
City Market, also known as KR or Krishnarajendra Market, is the busiest in Bengaluru city. Early morning is the best time to soak up the sights and sounds of the traders setting up their stalls for the day.
For more of a cultural fix, head to the Government Museum and Venkatappa Art Gallery in Cubbon Park or visit Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace, with its graceful teak columns, pillars and arches.
For a dose of greenery, stroll among the tropical plants and flowers of Lalbagh Botanical Gardens, where the famous glasshouse is modelled on London’s Crystal Palace.
After a busy day’s sightseeing, return to the comfort of your three-star Bengaluru hotel for a relaxing night’s sleep.