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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Regaalis Mysore
Comfortable room overlooking road but fairly quiet. Beds were firm. Gardens and pool area very nice. Staff were very attentive and always greeted with a smile, buffet food was excellent.
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Once loaded onto our bus we traveled into Bangalore for lunch. Introduced to India roads my impressions:- heavy traffic, the louder the horn the more progress made, lots of rubbish, especially plastic on either side of road, only speed control is "sleeping policemen" usually approaching schools, which were many. Rice fields and Coconut …
... to rehydrate. Drinking the coconut water, in somewhat of a daze that at some moments feels like enlightenment and other moments just l like low blood sugar. Our whole systems are turned upside down, up when we would normally be sleeping, eating very little and unfamiliar food, sleeping on hard beds that leave you feeling bruised in the morning. Sore and tired muscles- getting back on the mat to repeat the practice, in spite of the urge to stay in bed. Living more like ...
... essence of travel and Couchsurfing. She has been all over the world, and seems to spend her entire life saving up for the next adventure. We stayed in her apartment for 2 nights while finding our first feet on Indian soil, getting acquainted with some local food, and learning how to deal with pushy autorickshaw drivers. Autorickshaws (what would be known in Thailand as tuktuks) are the most ubiquitous form of public transport around. They are basically a motorbike ...
The sleeper bus to Mysore was a positive upgrade to what I had experience thus far: blanket, thick(ish) mattress and even a TV.
I was sharing a cabin with Rajesh, who works in Mysore. We had a good conversation about our languages, names, and cultures. Just after explaining that was going to Kerala for a wedding he asked "and are you single?", unaware (I think) that he was currently applying aftershave...
After chatting some ...
... leads to another women in dirty rags with a baby approaching me and tugging at my arm for money. Sometimes Indians dress a child in rags and use them to beg for money, however whether these are fake or genuine beggars it's sad and depressing either way and the child's certainly in a bad situation whatever. I buy a pen from a small stall and the elderly shop keeper suddenly produces a flute and says he knows an English song before playing 'for he's jolly good fellow'. He then ...