Hotel Candy Southern Star
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Candy Southern Star Hassan
We had an excellent stay here and would definitely recommend. Was able to prepay online and was good value, on arrival staff were friendly and helpful, room was spotless and pleasant, the meal in the restaurant very good, and was only spoilt by England losing the 4th ODI, but it was good watching it in the bar with everyone else!
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Waking up to find a bed bug in our bed was lovely on this morning. Luckily we had no bites and we were heading on from Mysore anyway. We went down to the hotels restaurant for an Indian breakfast of dosa (a large thin pancake with a couple of different dipping curries). At this point I was looking forward to a plain cereal or bacon and eggs for breakfast. Our first stop of the day was a steep walk up a large rock to ...
... the Western Ghats. I love the way a road climbs up around a mountain like a creeper around a tree. What can I say? I guess curves turn me on. Anyway, we reached Chikamagalur without incident and headed directly to SK Residency. Sayon had stayed there before and the hotel proved to be decent enough. The owner gave us a ...
... and me) frequently sat on the steps to rest. It was a quite steep climb, but surprisingly for me, easy on the feet. The effect of millions of footsteps climbing up to the deity over hundreds of years has resulted in a glass-like smooth granite tread surface.
While there many people visiting the area, it didn’t feel crowded to me. Crowded would be visiting during the once in every 12 year Mastakabhiskea ceremony, where millions of Jain followers come to ...
... stop was a Jain temple on the top of a stone hill, Śravaṇa Beḷgoḷa. This place is particularly known for 57 feet long Gommateshvara, the largest monolithic (carved from a single piece of stone) statue in the world and one of the Times' seven wonders of India.
Climbing up the stairs take you at least around 8-10 minuted and before ...
... the elephants, lions and horses on the first three rows. In general layout it is like Halebeedu but the whole complex as I said is more completed
There are three large side temples, a large gate complex, marriage pavilion and many other structures. One of these is something our guide pointed out and that was the gravity pillar. The pillar just sits on the base and is not attached by mortar and metal ...