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Calm and peaceful locality, friendly helpful staff, good service, overall satisfactory experience, though a little more stress on maintenance is advisable, would definitely stay here during my next visits
Its a good hotel which makes you feel like a home stay. I would recommend this if you want to have a long stay in city. There are nearby restaurants and the area is good since its a bungalow area. The wifi speed is also...More
First time, I was booked at Daffodil by my company travel desk in July 2011. It was my first ever visit to Bangalore. After that in the last 8 months i have been to Bangalore 7 times. i have stayed at two other properties during...More
I have used Daffodils guest house at BEML layout, Brookefield Road once in 2008 and very recently in June 2011. While my experience was satisfactory in 2008, the recent experience was far below satisfactory. The rooms, furniture, bath fittings etc. badly need some repair /...More
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USD 22 - USD 32 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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India > Karnataka > Bangalore District > Bengaluru > Whitefield
Established in the late 1800s as a settlement for the Eurasians and Anglo Indians of Bangalore, Whitefield has evolved from being a quaint residential neighbourhood into Bangalore’s IT hub. Once upon a time, renowned for Sathya Sai Baba’s ashram called Brindavan, Whitefield today is dotted with modern shopping and tech parks and has grown into a hip chill
out hub for all. Home to fancy bakeries, restaurants serving the best of international cuisines to local Kerala dishes, a shopping destination set within a farm amid lots of greenery, heath and wellness resorts to a vibrant night life, there is a lot to discover here. If you are a history buff, Whitefield’s Waverly Inn where former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill once lived and one of the oldest houses that still retains the centuries old architecture is worth a visit.