Bombay Tiffanys Hotel

Address: 313, Sayyaji Rao Road Cross, Mysore, Karnataka, 570001, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 313, Sayyaji Rao Road Cross, Mysore, is near Vrindavan Garden, Srirangapatna, Somnathpur Temples, and Halebidu Temple.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsBombay Tiffanys Hotel Mysore

    Reviewed by curryinahurry


    Reviewed Oct 2, 2012
    by (21 reviews) Cooroibah , Australia Flag of Australia

    Rooms clean, food had to be bought in coffee took forever no internet so a bit disappointing for a big city, but accommodation fine

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Bombay Tiffanys Hotel Mysore

    3.00 of 5 stars Good

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    A travel blog entry by aandl on Apr 24, 2015

    57 photos

    ... fantastic - both inside and out.  A "must see".  A previous palace was entirely destroyed by fire in 1897 and then completely rebuilt by a British architect (completed in 1912).  There are extraordinarily colourful and beautiful Marriage, Public Durbar and Private Durbar halls where one can feast ones eyes on beautiful stained glass, bright coloured pillars, paintings, carved wooden doors and ceilings, mosaic marble floors ... ... Sadly, no photography ...

    The Tiger of Mysore

    A travel blog entry by guyfairbank on Nov 27, 2014

    An early start took us to Chamundi Hill overlooking the city but with the smog and haze we could see little. It did, however, have the second largest Nandi bull in the world, carved from one monolith and a lot of macaque monkeys. It was interesting to see the Karnataka countryside, with its fields of rice, sugar cane and other foodstuffs. The roads were slightly better but the humps were a right pain. Somnathpur temple was areal surprise. Carved from soapstone in the 13th C it was ...


    A travel blog entry by rajshru on Sep 15, 2013

    12 photos

    ... who looked like Ric************, who very vociferously encouraged everyone crossing him, I desperately really needed every bit of it now to survive the next 6-7 km. The farmers were amazed to see so many people running and were probably discussing the lack of any useful task with these urbanites and women farmers were particularly delighted to see so many women runners.

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    My-sore arse

    A travel blog entry by steffandcat on Oct 25, 2012


    ... so shocked, we thought it would be easy to get tickets but looking back now we forgot about the size of population in india, there were only 5000 tickets and over 800,000 people wanting them, and that's just the people from mysore alone! Anyway we bought the ticket to look around the palace and started thinking about our PLAN B.  We followed the crowd over to the palace, there were so many of us it must have looked like ants trailing behind each other from birds eye view. On ...

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    A travel blog entry by clcpat on Mar 30, 2012

    ... It really is spectacular.  We have time to kill before our overnight train journey so Steph, Charlotte, Stella , Peter and I go to find the markets. We find some shopping areas that we decide is it. We go through a number of streets and stalls browsing. As we begin to loop back round we notice tiny thin streets that look a lot more like a market place.  It was so so busy. Everyone trying to get by , lots of people calling out at you and ...