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The Green Hotel
Undergoing several fascinating reincarnations over the years, the character-filled Green Hotel was originally built as the Chittaranjan Palace in the 1920s by the marajah for his three daughters, before becoming a major film studio from the 1950s to 1...
Hotel Empire International
Right in the heart of the action and nightlife, Hotel Empire is a sure deal. Rooms vary in size and decency so ask to check a few out before committing. Spacious upstairs rooms are clean, bright and airy, and have good access to wi-fi...
Taj West End
The West End saga flashbacks to 1887, when it was incepted by a British family as a 10-room hostel for passing army officers...
The best midrange option in Mangalore comes with spruce rooms featuring floor-to-ceiling windows and heavy red curtains. The rooftop restaurant, Kadal , will spice up your stay with fantastic views.
Paradise Isle Beach Resort
A laid-back fishing harbour on the west coast 4km from Udupi, Malpe has fabulous beaches ideal for flopping about in the surf...
This luxury hotel sits amid a pastoral countryside 2km from town. Rooms are more functional than plush. Nonguests can use the pool for ₹150.
Hotel Hill View
Situated at a far corner of the new town, this cosy place has small but well-kept rooms. The wall shades and the pruned hedges in the tiny sit-outs are perfectly colour coordinated with the green hills that overlook the rooms.
Hotel Coorg International
Madikeri’s classiest option isn’t a bad deal considering rates include fixed-menu breakfast and dinner, snacks through the day, and facilities such as cable TV, a small pool, a gym and an ayurvedic massage room.
Down the lane running past Hotel Chitra, the Hilltown is a spruce place with fish tanks on the stairs and a pretty garden opposite. Singles are small; some have damp walls. It also has a restaurant (mains Rs30 to Rs60).
A surprisingly cheerful hotel, this place boasts spacious modern rooms done up in fresh upholstery, and is often one of the first places to fill up...
Travellers’ central on Mysore’s tourist circuit, the Parklane is over-the-top kitsch but it's hard to dislike with its massive rooms which are immaculate, ultra comfortable and thoughtfully outfitted with mobile-chargers and very useful toiletry kits...
Royal Orchid Metropole
Originally built by the Wodeyars to serve as the residence of the Maharaja’s British guests, this is undoubtedly one of Mysore’s leading heritage hotels...
Royal Orchid Brindavan Garden
The swanky Royal Orchid Brindavan Garden has lavish rooms and the strategically-located Elephant Bar - the best spot from which to view the garden light-and-sound shows while sipping on your poison.
The Ocean Pearl
Designer hotel with mint-fresh rooms and all the creature comforts that are paraded by business hotels. It's Jazz bar is a good place for a drink.
Hospet’s premier luxury option builds its reputation around clean and well-serviced rooms, an aquamarine swimming pool and a good multicuisine restaurant. Also has some budget rooms.
The Monarch Hotel
The well-located and good-valued Monarch is a top midrange choice with super-comfy rooms that make the most of their innumerable facilities (free wi-fi, 24-hour currency exchange counter, courier service and a dozen others).
Long favoured for its low tariffs, bright and cheerful Tom’s allows you to stay in the heart of town in spacious clean rooms with friendly staff. Traffic noise is the only fault here so ask for a room away from the main road.
The Curzon Court
Not too elaborate on the decor front, but this place has well-appointed and neat rooms with AC comfort. A sumptuous range of vegie delights are served at their restaurant, Aathithya.
The Chevron Hotel
A glitzy player in Bengaluru’s midrange scene, this boutique place ups its style quotient with ocean-blue lighting, and serves a host of succulent bites at its multicuisine restaurant, Ground Pepper...
Hotel Poonja International
This well-managed place has faux sunflowers and creepers lining its lobby, and the rooms offer standard comfort with few frills. It’s huge; 154 rooms, for the record!
Clearly the classiest of Hassan’s hotels, this superbly renovated place offers you luxe features such as mini bars in its plush rooms and baskets full of herbal toiletries in the showers...
Sporting an all-new look with spacious, cosy and warmly-lit rooms, this swish place is worth considering if you desire a combination of both luxury and location...