Oakwood Premier Prestige Bangalore
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this condo rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
Photos of Oakwood Premier Prestige Bangalore
TravelPod Member ReviewsOakwood Premier Prestige Bangalore
This is a wonderful place to stay but you will have to remind yourself you are in India.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Oakwood Premier Prestige Bangalore
Travel Blogs from Bangalore
... better plan for period from March to September. The climate will be mild and will be a hustle free ride. On other occasions some roads remain closed. Transportation won’t be available. After heading back from Rohtang, I set out for Baijinath Siva Temple. This temple is believed to be the place where Ravan worshipped Lord Siva. It is at a distance of 250kms from Manali. From Baijinath, I headed back to Delhi via Punjab and travelled back to Bangalore the same route. ...
Luckily, we had spotted our guesthouse - Greenview - from the bus. We got an amazing room on the top floor. Tiny but with a window across the whole wall looking out over the tea plantations for 550 rupees a night (about 6 pounds).
We loved our time in Munnar and the refreshing climate was certainly welcome. On our first day we headed to the tea museum which was through Munnar town (typical busy Indian town centre - not that great). The museum was full ...
... by. Some of the landscapes were breathtaking - lush forests, mountains, waterfalls, and interesting temples. Unfortunately, many of the sights along the way were also depressing – unending poverty, crumbling homes, beggars, and lots of public urination (something that is very common in India but I can’t get used to it).
In order to get to Mangalore, which is on the Western coast of India, you have to go through the mountains. This involves the bus ...
... of Mumbai and in are the rich young professionals and entrepreneurs dressed in high street fashion labels instead of loincloths and turbans.
Bangalore’s shopping options are abundant, ranging from teeming bazaars to glitzy malls. We found our way to the Garuda Mall in the heart of the city – India’s answer to Dundrum! The 6 story inside was thronged with Sunday afternoon shoppers splashing the cash. Ireland’s Celtic Tiger ...
... day before, and I had arrived here just in time to watch the sun rise. A man served me a very hot, very expensive cup of masala chai, and I sat there, being slowly bathed in orange-red light. I headed back down just as the last hues of orange faded, and straight to a temple that I had seen a bird’s eye view of. It was the only time I managed to get two temples in before breakfast.
Later that day, during a little more wandering, I spotted a man who looked to be having ...