Sai Vishram Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Sai Vishram Hotel Bangalore
Travel Blogs from Bangalore
... at the ashram where the entire community was invited for free classes in both the morning and the evening. It was so exciting to be a part of it! The following week, a countless number of people were coming to the ashram to sign up for continued courses. Just as I had, they discovered a new way of life and were eager to learn more.
While living at the ashram a few things happened that I wouldn’t have anticipated. 1. The ...
... what he preaches! We spoke about the travel industry both from an Indian and a Generation Y perspective. Saurabh has the unique combination of being young and also very experienced in what he does. He started with a quick overview of the Indian economy and the potential for growth and improvement in the tourist sector. I was surprised and glad to hear he believes that even though the younger generations are attached to technology, the value of ...
... us to take pictures with us. Something I knew from China – again something different from Dubai – here in India we clearly stand out. I do like how interested people are about strangers. Some families even asked us to take pictures of their children and were happy when we showed interest in them. However, the picture taking with strangers is somewhat weird – I mean what do people do with them? Put it next to their family pictures? ...
... take myself seriously enough to complete the exercise!!!
My first day didn't get any easier on the way home as I managed to get lost... I had to be talked down by Julie, not amused as I was mega tired!! After a lush pasta dinner and a quick skype chat with lozz and then mum and dad, I started to prepare for the next day, I am so thankful to my mum as she helped me with some teaching ideas, the words Rabbit in the Headlights comes to mind! ...
... the coins in. The temple had several rituals like burning a flame and walking around in circles chanting certain names. The next stop was the Bangalore Palace. I got there and they told me it was 350 rupees to get in for foreigners and 10 for Indians. I told them I'd go in for the price of an Indian or leave, so I left. Next stop was Cubon Park. We only drove through it. It used to be huge, but Bangalore is running out of room and every ...