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Mon, 02 Mar – Tue, 03 Mar (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
by VarunV766 on
I have been regular to this property during my business visit to Bengaluru . In fact its been my place for the last 3 visits and have actually clocked 10 days at least at this place. Although the location is jammed but its ideal as it is closer to the Junction to catch the shatabdi early morning or to reach the other locations close by to Bengaluru. I do find sometimes the folks in the check in blow hot and cold as once they seemed to have missed my booking. Always avoid Mini V as the rooms are smaller and pick the next one which is well lit spacious. Its recently redone and hence the rooms and washrooms are clean and maintained well. The beds are fine with options of pillow which is wonderful and also the showers areas are huge just that the fittings are average with leakages coming in soon. The TV in the room is huge and the options of channels are minimal. The Buffet spread is decent with options of sit down also which is appreciable. Do note there is no Gym and Pool which has been under construction for long. However recently i did understand that they have tied up with Gold Gym close by for the in house guest. Improvements : 1. People - This is most important in a hospitality industry and they blow hot & cold here, few folks are good and few folks are just about rude. Also if you call for any service the turn around time is a concern. 2.In Room dining : well the options are there but its too expensive for the place. 3. Lack of gym in the premises 4. TV Channels : far too lesser to be desired.
by gkrraju on
No courtecy, Unethical,Un professional staff and i never recommend this hotel. Spoke to Mr. Amal Kondu - Operations director, they just said sorry. The amount of stress we had unnecessarily i can't explain.
by ParthasaradhiK3 on
I was impressed with the renovation work. I had been in this property earlier. Can't believe the change. rooms, bathroom, linen, lighting.. Very impressive. Hopefully they will maintain the quality. The breakfast spread can be improved.
by TheSnackingGypsy on
I recently visited Vividus hotels on Race course road to try out their Northwest Frontier food festival at their very own Atlas World cafe where they primarily tried to focus on delicacies from Khyber and Bolan passes. The menu was super elaborate and I started off with Gawalmandi ka tala chooza - deep fried chicken from the cultural centre of Lahore where the famous Food Street of Lahore is located. Gawalmandi is a made of two words Gawala meaning Milkman and Mandi meaning Market, isn't that interesting indeed? Next was Gosht ki gilawat - our very own melt in the mouth galouti kebabs and the Peshawar mahi tikka (fish tikka) prepared by marinating the fish cubes in a tangy marinade of yoghurt, lemon juice and spices and is then grilled, tastes best topped with some lemon. They also have options like pudine ke phool - where broccoli and cauliflower smothered in delicious coriander paste is grilled to perfection. Moving on to the main course, there's a plethora of options to choose from. My favorite was the Lahori gosht that seemed straight from the city of Lahore in Punjab, Pakistan cooked with a spicy tomato-based gravy. Also there was gosh yakhni biryani to go with. You could also try the Mahi makkhan methi - fish in a buttery rich gravy served with a hint of fenugreek for the extra kick. I moved on straight to the desserts, and each item was just better than the other! There were very unique combinations of them like Gulkhand mousse, sevian cheesecake, fruit custard, cham cham and a lot more. The staff was extremely hospitable and made sure of every aspect of my dining experience to be top notch. This food festival special menu is on till the 16th of February and is priced at Rs 799++ and is worth every penny of yours!
by UrbanNomadTraveler on
Dear Vividus Team, I made a non refundable guaranteed reservation and verified my stay twice with your manager Mr. AGAM well within the free cancellation window. I specifically cautioned him about my hesitation to book Vividus since its a new place for us and that we are accustomed to high levels of hospitality, reliability and service from the Taj. He personally looked up my reservation on 10th January and again on 12th January and personally assured me of a completely hassle free stay and that he would ensure everything would be beyond perfect. This assurance was given to me personally by him - twice. Then 12 hours before our check in time, the hotel simply sent an email saying sorry there is a technical error and they are unable to honour our guaranteed booking. Is this your definition of ensuring a beyond perfect experience? Sorry I do not accept your excuse and unreliability. In my opinion you wanted to oblige some other guest by letting us down. You need to learn to honour the commitment and avoid such excuses of technical errors at this late stage, specially when we are traveling with two small children. What a sorry state of affairs ! So much for hospitality and false assurances! I doubt we are ever coming back to this unreliable property and will ensure others know about our experience. UNRELIABLE! EMPTY WORDS ! SO DISAPPOINTED!
by VarunV766 on February 16, 2020
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