The Royale Senate

Address: 24 Bellary Road, Bangalore, Karnataka, 560024, India | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Sanjay Nagar area of Bangalore, is near Innovative Film City, Mahatma Ghandi (MG) Road, Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, and Athirampally Waterfalls.
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    Travel Blogs from Bangalore

    A Very British Evening in Bangalore

    A travel blog entry by staceyandben on Apr 20, 2014

    2 comments

    ... with a beer.

    Although, we are loving India, it was a relief to spend a relatively normal evening with beer, meat and western music. We can't really say much else about the city, but what we did see, it seems a nice place.

    So, next we are off to Hampi- a place we have only heard good things about.

    Stacey and Ben x

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    Mystical Mountain Mayhem

    A travel blog entry by lauraandjim on May 03, 2013

    39 photos

    ... at by another traveller and in the guidebook so we got a tuk-tuk there. We had to wake the guy up on reception and got a rather frosty greeting but we paid for a room anyway and got shown up. The place was a hell-hole, cockroaches in the bathroom, paint peeling off the wall, matresses strewn across the corridor - it looked like a prison/old hospital/something from a horror movie. We couldn't stay there so we managed to get our money back and swiftly left into the dark streets ...

    Field trip!

    A travel blog entry by bengalurubrit on Aug 08, 2012

    45 photos

    ... so I’m aware you can take a more expensive option, but from what I saw they are all pretty bad), no air conditioning on most cars, they’re crowded (some girls ended up having to sit in the overhead luggage compartment), very stinky (every time the train stops you smell human excrement), there are beggars constantly guilting you out of change, the stops are not announced, people are pushing to get on as you are trying to get off, and the worst for me was the roaches that ...

    20) Maddur : (9/9/10)

    A travel blog entry by karthikprabhu03 on Jan 02, 2011

    ... Flat on the Footpath again…then after about an hour we left towards Bangalore….

    We knew it would pour any moment…. Not even 10kms of our ...

    A month in Banglore

    A travel blog entry by ashleengraham on Oct 30, 2010

    6 comments, 82 photos

    ... see in other parts of the country. The biggest shock is definatly the roads, the only way to describe them is that they have no road rules. A one way street sign will be ignored if it means its a quicker route, and sticking to your lane is out of the question more often then not there will be about 2 cars 3 Autos and 5 mopeds all squeezing into the space of three lanes. When crossing the roads here you have to adopt the idea of just go for it other wise you will ...