x The average starting price for a place to stay in Bangalore is £32 per night.
#18, 11th A Cross 2nd Main,3rd Phase J.P.NagarOutstanding 96%
kimokimi For a shared homestay, this is a welcome oasis for the traveller. It was my first visit to India and the stay here gave me such an impression that I will return to Bangalore again. Warm homely atmosphere with excellent personal hospitality. Hosts are very helpful and friendly not to mention accomodating as well. Highly recommended for those visiting Bangalore and not wanting to burst their purse strings on expensive hotels yet getting the best of services - ie. feeling at home in a foreign land. My 4 days short stay was therefore very enjoyable and memorable and it was such a stark difference with the drunken welcome I received in Chennai at Chinnass Hotel. Yes, the manager was drunk and I was denied a room eventhough I provided my confirmation number and to think that it was fully paid for!! For would-be travellers to India, my recommendation, make Bangalore your first stop! Cheers, Kumar
#1794, 1st Floor, 4th "E" Cross 9th Main, HAL 3rd StageExcellent 94%
Clapham Street, Behind Richmond town Post Office, Wellington Park, Wellington StreetExcellent 91%
#20, Parallel to CMH Road, Behind Indiranagar Metr Indiranagar 1st StageExcellent 90%
126(New No. 238), Brigade Road opp Brigade TowerExcellent 90%
17/2 Varthur Main Road, Maangalya Suryodaya Complex, MarathahalliExcellent 90%
No.1, 2nd Main, 6th Cross Opp. Corporation High SchoolExcellent 90%
Sharavathi Nest, Brindavana Layout New International Airport RoadExcellent 90%
19, H Siddaiah road Off JC road , Opp Lions Eye Hospital, BangaloreGreat 80%
No. 14/1, Kodigehalli Main Roa Sahakar Nagar Hebbal (Near Twin Tower)Great 80%
No 3-a1 Brookfield Main Road Mahadevpura Opp IFB CampusGreat 80%
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