How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Atria Hotel Bangalore
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... the year and especially during the Ramanavami and Ganesha Chaturthi.
In Bangalore, also known as the "Capital pub of the India" or the "Capital rock metal of the India", by their underground music scene and be one of the main places where international rock concerts are held.
Sports: Cricket is one of the most popular sports in Bangalore. A significant number of Indian players are originally from the city, among which is the captain ...
... the clinic went until 6:30pm) for about an hour. Saturday we sat in on another long meeting, but were then treated to a lunch in our honour with our supervisor, the CEO of the hospital, another head of department and the administrator for the medical college. So much good food and everyone was relaxed and chatty, we finished off the meal with one of the best lassi's I've ever had! Erin and I went to one of the big malls to shop in the afternoon, so ...
... Indian railway worker rescued from a scrap yard, fitted it with railway wheels and thereafter it was used as an inspection vehicle by railway officials. Another circular building houses more railway artefacts including some lovely waiting room furniture, train badges (I am sure The Wickerman will inform us of the correct terminology for such things), a bench, postcards and other interesting artefacts. Back to the hotel to retrieve our baggage and have a quick ...
... temple. Both of them are build during recent years. The temple is actually small but the statue is extremely large. The 102 feet Gigantic statue of Lord hanuman is standing on a lotus pedestal.
The statue is on the road side and visible from quite a distance. Although the ...
... below). With a full belly, I parted ways with Suresh, who wished me luck on my journey before leaving for his afternoon meeting, and headed over to the train station to buy a ticket to Chennai. This is where my third rule of thumb came in use: when traveling outside of North America and Northern Europe, never take no as an answer. Case in point: I was told that I couldn't buy a ticket at the time by three different ticket counters, all of which told me ...