Hotels Near St Philomenas Church Mysore

List of Hotels Near St Philomenas Church Mysore with tariff - Prices start from ₹10000


One of the tallest cathedrals in Asia, St Philomena's Church located in Ashoka Road is a magnificent architectural marvel located in Mysore of Karnataka state. It is the cathedral of the Diocese of Mysore and was built in 1936 and is known as Cathedral of St. Joseph and St. Philomena. Inspired by the Cologne Cathedral of Germany, St. Philomenas Church Mysore is constructed in a Neo Gothic style and is a church that reminds of the stunning European cathedrals. Built as a memoir for St. Philomena who is a Latin Catholic saint martyred in the 4th century at a tender age, the cathedral beholds within its walls and altar a mystic tale. St. Philomenas Church is at a distance of 184.5kms from Bangalore International Airport and 2.1kms from Mysore Railway Station.Being one of the most prominent tourist hubs in South India, Mysore has abundant number of hotels and restaurants sprinkled across the town. Ranging from basic accommodation to star studded luxurious hotels, Mysore spoils with options to stay in at. There are a number of hotels near St Phelomenas Church Mysore providing remarkable service and contemporary facilities. For a stress-free stay in the land of Tippu Sultan, Treebo is a reliable option with a range of premium hotels in Mysore near St Phelomenas Church. Few of the restaurants to check out for authentic Kannada cuisines and much more are The Foodie Restaurant, Vinayaka Mylari and La Uppu.With a one of its kind tale behind, flocks of people flow in to St Philomenas Church from around the country to witness this architectural magnificence standing tall in Mysore. Known for its rich and intriguing past, Mysore is an all-time favorite destination of tourists who are keenly into history and heritage. The annual festival of Dusshera entice people like swarms of flies coming here to witness this grandeur gala that cannot be found elsewhere. Mysore Palace, Somnathpur, Brindavan Gardens, Chamundeswari Temple, Karanji Lake, Mysore Zoo and Talakadu are few of the other spots that is a must visit when in Mysore.




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Reviews for Hotels near St Philomenas Church,Mysore

Review for Treebo Trend Akshaya Mahal Inn
Fantastic, clean and nice place to stay.
“Its a fantastic place to stay. Very clean and well maintained property. Bathroom and bed were very clean. Very curteous and helpful staff. Almost at the city centre. Very close to all major attractions. We had a great time.“
review-Prahlad P, 24 Jun 2018
Review for Treebo Trend Akshaya Mahal Inn
Great hospitality...Super food quality...
“It was great staying at this place...Very helpful staff..great services...Food quality is amazing ..Sperate vegetarian and non vegiarian kitchen..Would love to book it again if I stay in mysore...5 stars to the services..“
review-Ashishbhardwaj63, 15 Sep 2018
Review for Treebo Trend Akshaya Mahal Inn
Amazing Stay
“Overall it was a very satisfying stay at Treebo.. Hotel is located at a very convenient location to go around the city.Only concern I had was related to toiletries as we had to ask for them whereas expected them in place at the time of checkin.“
review-Adventure05234517655, 2 Jan 2019
Review for Treebo Trend Akshaya Mahal Inn
The best hotel I have stayed under 1500 rs
“Very good, well maintained, best price , everything about this hotel is excellent. Great spacious rooms. This is the best hotel i have stayed for 1500 budget. Forum mall is very near to this hotel. Overall very good experience“
review-an00pm101, 21 Apr 2018
Review for Treebo Trend Akshaya Mahal Inn
Very good hotel for family stay
“Good hotel to Stay- Good price, very clean & Good food. Breakfast was good & rooftop restaurant food was also good. Our families enjoyed dinner in this restaurant. They have one pure veg kitchen @ ground floor & one non veg kitchen on roof top.“
review-PrabhakerBlr, 21 Sep 2018

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