HOTELS IN MYSORE NEAR VIKRAM JEEV
The building of Vikram Jeev Hospital near Vikram Jeev Medical Diagnostics Centre in Yadavgiri in Mysore is located close to the busy intersection between KRS Road, Vivekananda Road and Third Main Road. Many other important health destinations such as Namma Vikram Hospital and Heart Care, Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Limited, Vikram Jyoth Hospital and Chinmaya Kids Clinic are located close to Vikram Jeev. It is barely a minute’s ride away from Padavaralli Bus Stand and about 2km away from the KSRTC Bus Depot. Moreover, the Mysuru Junction Railway Station is just 3km away, making it a very well-connected spot.If you are looking for comfortable hotels near Vikram Jeev Mysore, there are four hotels listed in proximity to this area by travel website Treebo alone. The greatest advantage of booking through such travel websites is that you will actually get the facilities you see on the screen. In Treebo’s case, all rooms come with AC, Wi-Fi and TV with cable or DTH connectivity, complimentary breakfast and branded toiletries. Premium rooms even come with attached balconies. At good hotels in Mysore near Vikram Jeev, visitors also have the option of paying beforehand or during check-in. You can also check out website info for additional facilities like wheelchairs. A large number of good eateries, such as the Magals Restaurant, Mysore Taj, Kingspark and Oriental Pavilion, are available near this area.If staying near Vikram Jeev, you can go out to explore interesting places like the Rail Museum, Ramakrishna Ashram and Vidyashala, Jayalakshmi Vilas Mansion, Manasa Gangotri Clock Tower or the Great Banyan Tree. Shopping avenues like the Devaraja Market can also be found nearby. The Cheluvamba Park is just across the road from Vikram Jeev. Other places to visit include the Cactus Garden and Yadavgiri Park. Literature enthusiasts cannot miss a trip to legendary writer R K Narayan’s house on Vivekananda Road, which has now been converted to a museum. For bike lovers, there is the historic Jawa Factory, which produced some of India’s earliest indigenous bikes.