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Nisargha Service Apartment

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Nisargha Service Apartment Star Rating 2
No.81, 36th Main, Madiwala Dollars Colony BTM Layout 1st phase
Bangalore Karnataka India

Rated 79 / 100 based on 23 customer reviews.

The quality of service and hospitality at Nisargha Service Apartment has been identified as outstanding based on consistently high customer review ratings.

The customer review score on Gohotels is calculated using a proprietary algorithm to determine an overall customer rating between 0 and 100. Multiple factors such as cleanliness, facilities, location and service are considered.

Properties with a customer review score in excess of 75 / 100 are presented with an Outstanding Service Award.

Nisargha Service Apartment has achieved a score of 79 / 100 based on 23 customer reviews and has therefore qualified to receive an Outstanding Service Award from Go Hotels.

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Located amongst a variety of well-known tourist attractions, shops and eateries, Nisargha Service Apartment is ideal for guests wanting to discover Bangalore and its surroundings. It has a gym, as well as conference rooms and a laundry service.

All apartments are air conditioned and feature well-equipped kitchenettes with microwaves. They offer tea and coffee making facilities, a mini bar and bottled water.

Those staying at the property can enjoy a unique dining experience at the on-site restaurant, conveniently based for those who want to stay close by when looking for a bite to eat.

Nisargha Service Apartment is within walking distance of Indian Institute of Astrophysics. Hindustan Aeronautics Limited, Electronics City and the Lal Bagh are just an easy car ride from the property.
Facilities @ Nisargha Service Apartment include:

Fitness Room / Gym
Air Conditioned
Conference Room
Safe-Deposit Box
Mini Bar
Cable / Satellite TV
Coffee / Tea Maker
DVD Player
Laundry service