The room was very neat and clean. All were really helpful and all request were immediately completed. Recommend for staying here. Stayed here for official purpose for a month and I'm really satisfied with the service. Breakfast provided was really good and taste and upto the standards.
Nagarjuna Suites was one of the best places to stay if you are traveling with your family. They have suits which comprise of 1 Bedroom flats (ideal for small family) and 2 Bedroom Flats (ideal for a family of 4 or 5).
We had a family trip to Bangalore and stayed in this hotel for around 15 days. It was a nice experience. You have connected bathrooms for every room. AC, Telivision,Geysers, MicroWave Oven. You can also cook as they will provide you Induction stove and utensils on request.
Ideal place and best for people who are new to Bangalore and moved to Bangalore on relocation.
I stayed here since it was closer to my office in Embassy Tech Village. I came from a worse hotel. So the place is decent and basic but needs a lot of improvement. Rooms/apartments are spacious. The TV being in the hall that also didn't have AC was annoying. The phones were in the hall which was also annoying and not practical. Bathrooms were pretty worn out and needed an upgrade. The shower was crap! Gym was a farce and cramped!! Treadmill didn't work. Staff service was good. Breakfast was ok if you were Indian or vegetarian. Didn't see any non-vegetarian items for breakfast. Helpful staff, 24 hour check-in/check out, free hotel cabs to office, and being located next to a wine store were positives.
I have stayed here at least 10+ nights in my various trips to Bangalore. The rooms are very clean and spacious. They also have a swimming pool. The restaurant is small but they make good food to the order.
THe choice of accommodation, particularly in a city like Bangalore where traffic can be a sore point, often boils down to a place that is nearest to your work location. I chose Nagarjuna suites for a 4 day stay in Bangalore as it appeared to be the best amongst the choices available in the vicinity. (I had work in Prestige estates, which is a stone's throw from Nagarjuna suites).
Nagarjuna suits has spacious accommodation. It would be wrong to call the accommodation "room" as it is actually an apartment with a living, dining and bed room with bathroom (which is not attached). For a single person, the space is luxurious. However, the additional space is actually of no use, particularly if you are a business traveller. It does give you a "home" feeling rather than a "hotel" feeling.
Thus, Nagarjuna scores high on location and room space. However, where Nagarjuna fails is in its planning. As mentioned earlier, the bathroom is not attached. The TV is in the living area and not in the bed room. The lighting is not bright enough in the evening, although there is a lot of sunshine in the morning. The toilet infrastructure appears to be a bit old.
It appears to be designed as an affordable accommodation for a group of 3 to 4 people working in the vicinity for a long period and hence staying for long periods such as 1 month- 3 months. For a business traveller like me, who is used to higher standards of ambience, decor and more importantly, better facilities, Nagarjuna offers a decent stay but nothing to really fall in love with. The only thing that will make you come back to Nagarjuna is its location, if your work is within the vicinity.
Lastly, food is a disappointment, particularly in terms of its spread. There is not much choice, particularly if you compare with the buffet spread of other hotels. This is true both in case of breakfast as well as dinner. Dinner is expensive for the spread that is on offer. Out of 4 nights, I had dinner only once and for the other days, chose other places. While I do not have any complaints about taste of food, the choice of items in the spread is unimaginative and repetitive. You get to see the same thing every alternate day. Another aspect, which is neither a negative nor a positive, but might be of use to fellow travellers is that the food offered in the restaurant is more of North Indian rather than South Indian.If you are keen to have North Indian food, then there is no problem. In my case, I believe in enjoying local food. No point having Aloo Parathas in Bangalore and Idly Vada in Delhi. I was looking forward to some delicious south Indian fare, which was not to be!
All in all, Choose Nagarjuna if you are working in the vicinity for a relatively long period and will be staying with friends/ colleagues.(Unless I have missed out, there is nothing much for the family, except the Swimming pool but the water is too cold)