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We stayed two nights at Hotel Luciya Mysore. The stay was really very comfortable. .the reception people very friendly and very nice. We had a real good time with the family thou it was two nights. The hotel team was prompt and responsible. We are...More
The worst ever hotel that i hve experieced it in my life...
The hotel is very bad because first of all rooms are not clean well... lot of noises from road and other sides.. bathroom was terrible hot water was not available you must order...More
If you are thinking of this hotel would recommend to cancel your trip. This was one of the worst choices I have ever made. The rooms, staff and everything you see around is terrible. NOT AT ALL RECOMMENDED.
The hotel has very poor rooms and not well maintained. The staffs are also not that cooperative and helpful. For the price offered in this hotel, you can choose some other budget hotels. Avoid the hotel, opt it only if the location is the priority.
US$22 - US$45 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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In the heart of the city’s business hub is Bangalore’s most favourite garden. Cubbon Park is a beautifully maintained 120-hectare garden where all the local residents of the city take a break. A landmark ‘lung’ area of Bengaluru, the gardens are dotted with a lot of colonial heritage and charm, which are today a part of the state capital’s political centre. Home to the
red-painted Gothic style State Central Library, the magnificent Vidhan Souda built in Mysore Neo-Dravidian architectural style, the neoclassical Attara Kacheri built in 1864 and housing the High Court, oldest museums and GPO in its vicinity, a trip to Cubbon Park is a great heritage walk. Sundays at the park are quite a treat with a plethora of activities to choose from - concerts, fun runs, yoga, tiny farmers market, the list is endless.