Clean & Spacious Rooms come with buffet breakfast and WI-Fi, Good Interiors for Someone prefers sunlight in the room, was expecting a lot sound from the traffic, but it took me by surprise. very minimal sound or no sound i can say, Lunch buffet was good, spacious bar, very helpful staff, Best Thing on the highway, Easily Accessible to the main road, just 30 Minutes drive to the Airport. at a affordable price, overall value for money.
I was looking for a hotel closer to Manyata Tech Park and chanced upon The Royal Senate. The hotel is extremely nice and comfortable, especially if you are just looking at spending a few nights in the hotel. The rooms are very well appointed and I was particularly impressed with the bathroom (very clean and fairly large with several hygiene/dental kits). The breakfast is good too (idlis were delicious, however the non vegetarian section could have been better). Overall, I will recommend this to a busy traveler who would drop into the hotel just for a sleep over. The hotel is close to Manyata Tech Park (it would take me 30 minutes during rush hour).
My first trip to India and I did not know quite what to expect. The Royal Senate is a solid three-star establishment with friendly and helpful staff. Just be aware that in India not everything is finished so be prepared for some minor challenges. My room was large, clean and the bed was huge. Wifi was provided, but it dropped out at times. Dining in was very good and an interesting selection on the menu. If you are not in to Asian/India breakfasts, ask for eggs on toast or similar. The bar is quiet and comfortable and nice to unwind after a day of work or sightseeing. Using the local Tuk-Tuks (Auto-rickshaws) for transport is fun and Indian traffic is not for the timid. The staff will arrange a taxi if the more daring travel is not to your liking. Be prepared to spend time moving around as the distance/time equation in India is subject to very heavy traffic, but it moves.
The Royale Senate on Ballari Road, Bengaluru, [near Baptist Hospital, Hebbal] is a boutique hotel, situated about 12 KM from MG Road and 15 KM from the international airport. It has rooms and suites, a conference hall, a bar and a fine dining restaurant, Saaga (listed on Zomato.com). WiFi and valet parking are also available.
About twenty of us went there for a buffet lunch at Saaga. Just past 1.00 PM on a Sunday, the place was full. All boutique hotels are small and so is Royal Senate. The restaurant Saaga was very crowded. Dining chairs were placed with not an inch between them and sitting at the table and getting up to pick up food was rather inconvenient. However the food was good and the staff managed the service very well in spite of the crowd and the limited space.
The buffet spread was large for such a restaurant, especially considering the very reasonable price tag. [Zomato says: "Known for: their reasonably priced buffet!"] And the food was prepared well and quite tasty. There were four or five mutton & chicken dishes (idli with chicken curry was something novel), many vegetarian dishes and three varieties of rice/pulao/biriyani including curd rice. Veg and non-veg soups were available and were served at the table. A welcome drink was also served. Dessert items were many and varied, from kheer to pastries and ice cream. There was also a live chaat counter. The decor was modern and the dining hall was clean.
On the whole, a very good place for a buffet luch at a value-for-money price without compromising on the quality of food.
I stayed in Nov 2014.. the rooms are good..
The saga restaurant is very good..its value for money..
The most attraction is Sunday lunch Prawn..
The behavior of staffs are very good...
Less facility but good value for money and will never feel cheated...