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Sat, 07 Nov – Sun, 08 Nov (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
Calm living and good for casual single visit.
by pandurangavittalk on
Moderately good and peaceful stay and good for solitude state. For those having personal or Office work can prefer stay. Staff are polite and helpful. Living on eastern part of Bellary helps in attending to office works.
by rkalyan90 on
Food items are good, but the way they maintained the hotel is not up to the mark. One can go for it by seeing at the foodies, but never expect a great maintenance at this hotel, as this is one of the oldest hotel in Bellary.
Clean, good food, silent location and experienced management.
by Badabhai on
I would definitely recommend this hotel to all my colleagues and friends. Good place to stay if you're in Bellary. This is a 22 year old hotel but well maintained. Used single room AC. I don't know about the quality of other type of rooms. Food is great and didn't expect such good quality food. Tried vegetarian dishes of different kinds.
Value for money hotel in bellary
by sankar1956 on
the hotel is a little far from the city centre. in fact it is on the out skirts of the city in a peaceful and serene atmosphere. I drove from Hospet to Bellary along wih my wife to attend a wedding of our family friends. they had booked an a/c room for us in this hotel. fairly clean and neat rooms. break fast is complimentary - we could order what ever limited fare is available without any restriction. in fact not many visit this hotel for food in view of the location. I ate vada and dosa while my wife ate idly and vadas. every thing was hot and tasty. the staff at the reception counter and else where were quite friendly and helpful. The attender guided me to park my vehicle and enquired if my car needs a wash. i said yes and should be done before 7 am the next day. we found that the car was washed and there was another attender. when i offered Rs20 for washing the car, he became angry and did not accept it and demanded Rs100/- which is far too high. i got furious and said i am not paying for which he started hurling curses saying that i would meet with a fatal accident. i ended up paying Rs50 and told him that for Rs 300 to 500 i could have the car washed on a daily basis. therefore tourists shall confirm the charges for what ever service provided before hand instead of getting rude shocks like this. in the meanwhile the drive way was blocked by the cars not following discipline and the attender is busy fighting with me for his Rs100. the lift service to the rooms i think are blocked on purpose to save electricity though they said it is due to renovation work. except for this incident, there was no problem at all.
Clean and Well Maintained.
by IridescentMaya on
I stayed at the Pawan for one night on a business trip. I got a room on the 1st floor. For a hotel in a smaller city in India, it was clean, safe and well maintained. It is set away from the main road, and is not noisy at all. I got a double room because all the single rooms were booked. The A/C room did not smell musty, the A/C worked fine and there was a ceiling fan for when I didn't need the A/C. The bed was a standard foam mattress, with clean linen that was not stained, did not smell and was fresh. Didn't try the towels, I always carry my own. The bathroom was relatively well maintained, no showers but buckets instead. The toilet was clean and stain free. No smell in the bathroom either. Bring your own TP. The room was larger on the 1st floor than those on the 2nd (where my colleagues were). The 2nd floor appears to have been updated more recently, it has better fittings. Breakfast was complimentary, you choose something off of the standard menu (mostly South Indian breakfast options), which was pretty good. This isn't a fancy hotel, but as a single female traveler, I did not feel unsafe. No wifi, internet parlour is outside the hotel, but I didn't try it. The railway station is rather close by, you should get there in about 10 minutes by auto.
Room towards the end of the first floor corridor are great.
by Badabhai on September 20, 2014
since Bellary citi is well known for hot climate it is better if you could avoid rooms with window facing west. if travelling in a car, be vary of the blockages within the hotel compound by taxis and other vehicles. do find out the cost while enquiring availability of services. first floor is better as we don't need to depend on lift.
by sankar1956 on June 26, 2014