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General Information of the Taj Kuteeram Bangalore

 
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Group
  Taj Hotels & Resort
Rooms
  9 Rooms
Tariff Range
  INR 3,500 to 6,500  USD 80 to 150
Contact Details
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    Taj Kuteeram Bangalore 

   Basic Amenities    



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   Hotel Policy    



Check In - Check Out
  12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Child Policy
  Child Age Between 0 to 12 years
Pet Policy
  NO Pets are allowed



   Address and Location   




   Area
  Hessarghatta  
   Locational Advantage
  Away from city's hustle & bustle  
   Nearest Airport
  Bangalore Airport (40 Km's)  
   Nearest Railway Station
  Hassaraghatta (1 Km's)  



Facilities at the Taj Kuteeram Bangalore

 

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  RESTAURANT in the Taj Kuteeram Bangalore  


RESTAURANT

This handsome restaurant provides an eclectic mix of traditional Goan food with an emphasis on seafood. Lively Goan music offers irresistible entertainment and fun.


  CONFERENCE HALL in the Taj Kuteeram Bangalore  


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CONFERENCE HALL

One room with a capacity of 35 persons auditorium-style. The lawns and terrace can also be utilised for outdoor parties.


Map & Location

 

   Hotel Direction   

The capital of the state of Karnataka is located around 2000 km southwest of the capital of India, New Delhi. It is the 5th Metropolitan City in the country and is graced by a heady blend of history and technology.

Bangalore has been called by many names. At first it was the "The Garden City of India", then, "The Neon City", "The Pub City of India", "Fashion Capital of India" and lately it has been known as "India's Silicon Valley". Bangalore is also known as "Stone City" thanks to its huge granite deposits. It is famous for fine silk, flowers and fruits such as grapes, guava and mangoes.

Local Attractions

Vidhana Soudha
Bangalore's best-known landmark, the Vidhana Soudha houses the Legislative Chambers of the State Government. This 46-metre high edifice was built almost entirely of granite and is a masterpiece of temple architecture.

Government Museum
This beautiful 125 year-old structure with its Corinthian columns houses one of the oldest museums in the city. The museum boasts an exquisite collection of coins, sculptures, inscriptions, old paintings and excavated items.

Cubbon Park
This 135 year-old park is a 300 acre oasis of greenery in the heart of modern Bangalore. The park was laid out in 1864 by Lord Cubbon, the then viceroy of India. The red Gothic structures of the State Central Library and the High Court enrich the natural beauty of the park. The park houses a number of significant institutions like the Cheshire Dyer Memorial Hall, Ottawa Chatter, Museum, Century Club and the Press Club.

The Bull Temple
One of the oldest temples in Bangalore, the Bull Temple is situated in Basavanagudi and dedicated to Nandi, the mount of Lord Shiva. The 4.5-metre tall and 6 metre long monolithic bull is supposed to be older than the temple housing it. It is believed that the source of the river Vishva Bharti originates at the foot of the statue.

Visvesvaraya Industrial & Technological Museum
The museum is a tribute to the brilliance of Sir M. Visvesvaraya, one of the architects of modern Karnataka. Highlights of the museum include 5 galleries, namely Engine Hall, Electronic Technology Gallery, Kimbe Paper Metals Gallery, Popular Science Gallery and Children's' Science Gallery. The museum even has an airplane and a steam engine on display in its compound. Some of the exhibits are interactive too!.

Lal Bagh Gardens
The rulers of this region in the 18th century, Hyder Ali and his son Tipu Sultan, laid out a paradise-like garden, which sprawled over 240 acres. The garden was graced with rare trees from Persia, Afghanistan and France. This expanse of greenery is now one of India's most beautiful botanical gardens. At the heart of the gardens is situated the Glass House, whose design was inspired by the Crystal Palace in London. Flower shows are held here every January and August.

Nandi Hills
This is a well-known tourist spot, 60 km from Bangalore on the road to Devanahalli. Tipu's Drop is a spot that affords dramatic views of the valley below. Legend has it that Tipu let captured soldiers plunge to their deaths from this precipice. . The best time to visit Nandi Hills is between July and February.

Shiva Statue
This 65-foot high statue depicts Lord Shiva seated in Lotus position with a the backdrop of Mount Kailash with the river Ganga flowing from his matted locks. The statue is lit at night and looks looks really majestic.

Sri Gavi Gangadhar-Eshwara Temple
This is a cave temple, which can lay claim to being both an architectural and scientific marvel. On Makara Sankranthi day during January every year, a ray of sunlight passes precisely through the horns of the stone bull outside the temple and illuminates the deity, the Shiva Linga, inside the cave.

Other Attractions
The Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium, Aquarium, ISKCON Temple Complex and Ulsoor Lake are popular attractions in the city. The Bangalore Palace, built in the Tudor style by the Wodeyar King in 1880, the Fort and Tipu Sultan's 18th century Palace are delights for those historically inclined.

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Information of the Taj Kuteeram Resort Bangalore

 

Taj Kuteeram Bengaluru

Taj Kuteeram is located at An hour’s drive from Bangalore (Karnataka, India). It brings ancient Indian art to life, through its architecture, ambience and philosophy of promoting the arts. This is the perfect place to get away from it all. Guests also have the option of enjoying a classical Indian dance or music performance at the complex.

The cottages have a rough earthy feel about them, but offer all the modern day amenities and creature comforts. The d├ęcor in each cottage is unique. Ancient cave art, murals and paintings adorn rock-hewn walls, while ethnic furniture and original works of art add to the overall ambience

Ayurvedic centre, sessions on yoga and spirituality. Guests can also watch different types of Indian classical dance being taught via an ancient Gurukul system at Nrityagram.

Get an experience of a lifetime while dining at the Taj Group of Hotels. The flavor, the aroma and the taste will linger on your mouth long after you have left the dining hall. The restaurant here serves authentic Goan delicacies with emphasis on seafood. To make the setting more real, there is Goan music to take you on sail.



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