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Located on a quiet back lane, this beautifully renovated heritage building turned into cute cottages is a tranquil sanctuary from the city madness...
Empire International Church Street
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...
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...
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.
Hotel Maurya Palace
Along with its sister property next door, Maurya Residency this is the best of the Sri Harsha Rd hotel gang. The staff are helpful, the tidy rooms well presented, and its nonveg restaurant Jewel Rock is beloved by carnivores.
An ultramodern business hotel, Ginger has sleek and comfortable rooms painted in warm orange tones. Features include self check-in, a gymnasium, wi-fi and LCD TVs, and its location away from the city centre makes for a peaceful stay.
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.
Hotel Empire Central Street
It's not often that we favour a hotel above a noisy late-night restaurant famed for its grilled chicken and biryanis, but the Empire is worth making the exception for...
The Oberoi Bangalore
Set amid lush gardens, the Oberoi is an opulent and tranquil buffer zone against the raging traffic of MG Rd. Decidedly old-school in its decoration, what this five-star performer might lack in trendiness it makes up for in professionalism and class...
The Park, Bangalore
A swanky designer hotel with oodles of glitz and glam. Home to the reputed Italian restaurant, i-t.ALIA.
The Windflower Resort & Spa, Mysore
Bali comes to Mysore at this stylish and relaxing resort, where the elegant rooms are complemented by the world-class Emerge Spa, and Olive Garden, a top-of-the-line fine-dining restaurant and bar...
Hyatt Bangalore Mg Road
With its name meaning ‘sacred space’, Ista delivers accommodation happiness in a cool, business-boutique, minimalist style. The smallish but elegant rooms come with king-sized windows and some offer sweeping vistas across Ulsoor lake...
The Gateway Hotel Residency Road
Of the Taj Group's three hotels in the city, the 98-room Gateway is the cheapest and least glitzy...
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...
The Regaalis scores with a great central location and pleasant, boutique hotel-style decorative touches in the lobby and rooms. Some even include chairs that will give you a backrub!
The Leela Palace Bangalore
The Leela's imposing entrance, with its carved pillars inspired by the architecture of the 15th-century Vijayanagar empire, clues you up for the experience inside. This hotel offers luxury on a gargantuan scale...
Hotel Royal Orchid
The flagship of a fast expanding Indian hotel chain, the Royal Orchid is a constant surprise...
Jaya Mahal Palace Hotel
Once an Englishman’s residence, this heritage structure is now royal property, owned by the former royal family of the Gujarati princely state of Gondal...
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...
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...
Royal Orchid Metropole Mysore
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...
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).