Home to the bull temple after which it was named Basavangudi is one of the oldest localities of the Bengaluru city. This area sits in the southern part of the city and is at stretch of 4.6 km from Bangalore City Railway Station and BMTC, and 38.7 km to Kempegowda International airport. For a convenient stay in the city, this area is a good option. There are a number of two-star, three-star to five-star properties in the area, which boast of providing a congenial stay to the tourists. Other than the basic amenities some of the newly built properties in the area provide their guests with the additional facilities like fitness centres and restaurants too. The restaurants in the hotels cater to both the indian and international palates. The local dishes of the city and of South India are also easily available in these restaurants. The area is well planned and safe which makes is it ideal for a stay with family and friends. Among the city of Bengaluru, the area of Basavanagudi is one locality that has retained the old world charm. The busy market places and the elite institutions of the area give character to the locality. A number of old and beautiful temples and parks are the essence of the area. The main commercial street of Basavanagudi is DVG Road, which is home to numerous retail businesses, most of them dating back to the 1920s and 1930s. Always buzzing with activity this area is a busy business hub by day and transforms into a haven by the evening. The area also has some exceptionally good restaurants that provide international foods as well like Ananda Bhawan, Mcdonald’s, UD Roti Ghar, KFC and Amande Patisserie. This area of the Begaluru city is at a convenient distance from the major tourist attractions of the place too. First off, the Lal Bagh Botsnical Garden, the Bull temple and the Tipu Sultan Fort are situated within the area. Then the ISKON temple, the Bengalore Palace and the Cubbon Park are conveniently close to the area too.
“I stayed at Treebo Edge, in St. Marks road, Bangalore in August 2018. Very good location with lot of restaurents nearby, commercial street is nearby. Staff was polite and helpful The receptionist Mr. Naveen was very kind. A very good Kerala restaurent called D Cochin attached to this, which served g“ ood food. The breakfast was simple but very good.
“It's the second time I stayed in the same hotel. It is nicely located in the heart of the city. The rooms are nice and spacious. The staff is courteous. The breakfast is good and includes fruits as well. Overall really pleasing..“
“Very welcoming staff, great room with a lot of light and a small balcony overlooking a Victorian high school. The choice of breakfast was limited but what was there was good. Unfortunately, the Freebo management head office is very unprepared to help guests. their help line is always busy and e-mail“ s remain unanswered! The local people made up for the lack of care. And the hotel is very well located, at a walking distance from Church Street. I recommend the place without an hesitation.
“Helpful staff, clean rooms and bathrooms, decent breakfast, good Kerala cuisine , accessible place. We stayed for 6 days and the staff were were flexible and helpful at all times. They are prompt to look into any issues too and solve them.“
“Good location. Spacious rooms. Courteous staff. They also have a restaurant attached. Pleasant stay. Have stayed here a couple of times for my official travel. Will definitely come back again. I recommend!“
“This is my second visit to this hotel Service is very good especially Naveen he always there to help
Rooms are very clean and nice place to stay here
Try to improve internet speed
-ravishankar2018, 23 Jun 2018
Questions & Answers about Basavanagudi hotels,Bangalore
Where in Basavanagudi can I grab a quick cup of coffee (and short-eats) with a friend?
Asked by Aman, 08-02-2018
When it comes to Basavanagudi, Steaming Mugs, Cafe Aira, 1980s Games Cafe and Cafe Mondo are the spots that we'd recommend. In case you're in the mood for just desserts, you can check out Polar Bear, Redberry's, or Frozen Hub.