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Cheap hotel close to the bus and train station. For the price, the rooms are ok. The restaurant is cheap and good.
If you go to the airport, avoid to use the service of the travel agency of the hotel. We got a cab for...More
Service is a non existent commodity at the wonderful Hotel Adora... surliness in abundance. Any request, e.g. an extra blanket, is too much to ask for. For the price you pay, a smile is not an unreasonable request.
Save your rupees and sleep in the...More
i had been to Bangalore on official visit, stayed in this Hotel for 2 Nights ,Homely feeling, Staff are cordial, Food is excellent in the Restaurant.
Easy access to the nain Bus Stand & Railway Station.
I stayed twice at the Adora during April and May 2016 and felt it was good value for money. The location is good, being near to the train and bus stations and with restaurants and an Internet cafe nearby. There is a vegetarian restaurant on...More
Adora is in the majestic area of Bangalore very near to the rail and bus stations. Rooms are okay sized and noisy during the daytime.
The adjacent Indraprastha hotel makes fine idlis and dosas. Meal is very ordinary.
Not recommended for family stay.
US$9 - US$12 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
India > Karnataka > Bangalore District > Bengaluru > Majestic
The central transport hub of the city, which is home to Kempegowda Bus Station, popularly known as Majestic is the busiest part of Bengaluru. Flooded with budget hotels and narrow lanes leading to local markets selling used books, electronics, antique artifacts, fabrics to clothes, it is a cluster of
Bangalore’s oldest shopping areas. Chickpet is a paradise for those seeking innovation and creativity in shopping. Historically known for supplying fine silk sarees to the royalty, this place houses a number of shops dealing in silk sarees, textiles, gold and silver. Haggling is a mandatory skill for this market and an entire wardrobe can be bought for Rs. 500 if you are really in the mood. Take a break at popular old local restaurants serving North Karnataka speciality meals like at Kamath Yatri Niwas.