Sadashivanagar is an upscale residential neighbourhood in the Bangalore district. The neighbourhood was built on the former royal gardens and this is why Sadashivanagar was once known as the “Palace Orchards”. One of the four original towers built by Kempegowda (the founder of the city) is located here. Sadashivnagar runs from Bashyam Circle in the South to Mekhri Circle in the north. Sadashivnagar is now home to the elite and influential people like government officials, millionaire businessman, film stars, Wodeyar royals and ex-Governors. The majority of residents in the locality are from old families which have stayed in Bangalore for generations. Sadashivnagar is well-connected to the rest of Bangalore through tax/cab and local buses. The neighbourhood is 30 odd kilometers from the Kempegowda International Airport. Bangalore Central Railway Station and Majestic Bus Station is just about 5 km from Sadashivnagar.There are a number of hotels in Sadashivnagar Bangalore and one can pick any accommodation option including resorts, service apartments, 2-star hotels, and 3 star hotels. Treebo hotels near Sadashivnagar Bangalore has accommodation for every traveller whether it’s a solo-traveller, a corporate traveller, a family, a backpacker, or a foreigner. Basic amenities like free high-speed Wi-Fi, Television with cable/DTH connection, air-conditioning, and complimentary toiletries and running hot/cold water in the attached bathroom. A veg/non-veg complimentary breakfast buffet spread is served to the guests in all the Treebo hotels in Sadashivnagar. To know more about the amenities provided in hotels near Sadashivnagar and for hassle-free booking, log in to the Treebo app or visit the Treebo website.Sadashivnagar has a good network of roads which makes it accessible to the rest of Bangalore. The proximity of the area to the City’s main bus station makes commute very easy for anyone staying in the neighbourhood. Some of the popular tourist attractions near Sadashivnagar is National Gallery of Modern Art, Bangalore Palace, ISKCON Temple, Mathikere Lake, Cubbon Park, Snow City, Lalbagh Botanical Garden, Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace, and Sankey Tank. There are plenty of places to drink and dine near Sadashivnagar and some of them are Konark Restaurant, Barbeque Nation, B Cafe, Blue Ginger, ITC Windsor, Mynt, Masala Klub, Yatai, Raidan Restaurant, Zaks , Fat Buddha, and the London Curry house. It is a great neighbourhood to stay in to get a feel of good old namma Bengaluru.
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