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Food is good but not great. But the service is really good. The staffs there takes care of all your concern. The variety and taste of food can be improved.I would certainly refer my friends to visit there.
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I staying 25 days in four points by Sheraton have a good service and good spesilety food cap swimming and gym all everything is good and shashi is a good service guy good.
Its a small property if you are used to huge settings, but very well maintained & very courteous Manager & Entire staff, ever ready to help you out in any way possible. Rooms are nice with all possible amenities.
Stayed 4 days for work.
Overall Stay was just about fine. Room service needs to improve on the turn around time. I did seek for few things, however for one of the days, none responded back with the status. Hence I strongly feel that the response time needs improvement. Food...More
Comfortable rooms, great service, good food, good options for breakfast buffet - overall a great stay.
We worked out a good deal for including cab services to nearby places in our package - and got a customized package at a good price. Good value for...More
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.