Chamarajpet is a residential locality situated in Central Bangalore. The neighbourhood is bordered by Majestic, Chickpet, Banashankari, and Basavangudi. Built in 1982, Chamarajpet which was originally named Chamarajendra Pete, derived its name from the then King, Maharaja Chamarajendra Wadiyar. Chamarajpet is one of the earliest planned locality in Bangalore and has still managed to maintain the old Bangalore charm. The area has a rich history and is home to many historical sites such as Minto Hospital, Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace, The Fort High School, and Kote Sri Prasanna Venkateswara Swamy Temple, the area has a rich history. Back in the day, it was the place to be for popular literary luminaries and scholars. The locality is still the center of Kannada activism and Carnatic Classical music. Chamarajpet is now growing gradually and evolving with the times with new commercial spaces coming up every week. It is well-connected to the rest of the city via BMTC buses, metro, and taxi/cab. The nearest metro station is in K.R Market and connects the locality to most of Bangalore. The Bangalore Central Railway Station and Majestic Bus Station is just 2.9 km away and Kempegowda International Airport is around 37 km from Chamarajpet.There are plenty of hotels in Chamarajpet Bangalore which and one can pick any kind of accommodation including 3-star hotels, service apartments, resorts, and 2-star hotels. All kinds of travellers can find accommodation in Chamarajpet. Chamrajpet hotels come with many amenities like free and fast Wi-Fi, complimentary branded toiletries, TV with DTH/cable connection, air-conditioning, and complimentary breakfast buffet spread. Treebo hotels in Chamarajpet make sure you have a comfortable and luxurious stay at pocket-friendly prices. Prompt service and top-class facilities are provided to all the guests staying in all the Treebo hotels near Chamrajpet. To book your room at a Treebo hotel, log in to the Treebo app or visit the Treebo website.Chamarajpet has Iconic landmarks in every nook and corner. The suburb provides a bulwark for memories of the bygone era. Some of the popular establishments that have been here forever are Makkala Koota Playground, Kote Chamarajendra Sanskrit College, Surya Book Depot, Vedanta Book House, Vani Opticals, Reddy Pharma, Prakash Cafe, and Chamundeshwari Coffee Works. Bazar Street is the main commercial street of Chamarajpet and is just an extension of the popular Bull temple Road. During the months of April and May (Ram Navami Season) the area becomes very musically charged with the Annual Music Festival being held here on the grounds of Fort High School. The event brings the who’s who of Indian Classical Music to Bangalore and is a treat to watch and listen. Chamarajpet has good connectivity to the rest of the city and one can commute to any part of the city with great ease.
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