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Thu, 12 Jan – Fri, 13 Jan (1 Night)  |  1 Room  |  1 Guest

Vivanta by Taj Yeshwantpur

2275, Tumkur Road, , Goraguntepalya, Yeshwantpur, Bangalore , 560022  |  Show on map




Tue, 24 Jan - Wed, 25 Jan | 1 Room
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by Rakesh S on January 16, 2017

Well built hotel at a good location, over priced room for a weekday stay, FO staff gave 0 info about the what the hotel has to offer, robotic service Breakfast spread was good but quality poor Expect better service from the Taj!!

Sub par Taj property Sub par Taj property

by NeoInRio on January 16, 2017

There is noting great to write home about. An ok Taj property with mid size rooms, lethargic service and ok food. The staff attitude at the hotel is sub-par unlike other Taj properties. My room's shower drainage was choked.

4* hotel 4* hotel

by jackmicks2016 on January 15, 2017

Its a 4 * hotel, breakfast was varied but the service was not upto mark.had to wait for long to order the main dishes which were not on the buffet. probably because the place was crowded. It seems they had wedding guests and also the international convention guests together. This also made the lobby very crowded and noisy. the rooms were very good , Only thing was , that I was constantly disturbed by the housekeeping keeping on asking if I need anything in the room etc; atleast 4 bells in a day when i was around which was a pain. cocktail party of the wedding guests one night made it to beyond midnight and was difficult to sleep becuase of the songs and loud music. staff was very courteous. close both to the airport and the city...about 40 minutes travelling each way. enjoyed the spa services and was worth the money.

A Disgrace on the Taj brand. A Disgrace on the Taj brand.

by raj_chilled on January 14, 2017

I'm a Taj Inner Circle member and we had a great time at the Taj Exotica and the Taj Gateway in 2016. I'm never considering the Taj again because of our terrible experience at Taj Yeswantpur for their disgusting New Year Party named Los Angeles 2017. Im writing my first tripadvisor review today because Ive never felt so cheated like this and that too by a hitherto trusted brand like the Taj. Purely because of the Taj brandname, I booked the Taj yeswantpur New Year Party the room package for 11,999/- very early on Dec 5th itself. Usually, we book our yearly New Year plans a week in advance of New Years eve so that we can evaluate the various different hotel options. This year, we sacrificed that because on Dec 5th, the Taj folks promised me something that was important to me. My wife and I were celebrating a special day and I had specifically requested for a pool facing room on the high floors. I was assured that this would be done and after they made that promise, I bought the non-refundable tickets. I reconfirmed again with them a week before New Year and I was told that a 11th floor, pool-facing room was arranged for us. Before the event : On 30th I called again but the numbers were always engaged. Some lady occasionally took the call and upon mentioning our request, she kept saying shell check and call back and never did. I called the Taj Yeswantpur number and then they forwarded our call to another line that was always engaged. I repeatedly called them and explained our situation and they started telling me that they had no involvement with this and an event management company was running this event. Mind you, in the first weeks of December, when I called the Taj Yeswantpur number and asked specifically for the Taj Yeswantpur New Year party, they never made any mention of any event management company it was implicitly understood that it was a Taj Yeswantpur event. On New Years eve : On the day that we checked in, I was told that no rooms can be allocated for such "event days" and that we will have to make do with whatever room they provide. I tried calling the guy who promised me during booking (guy named Kishore) and he did not take our calls after repeated attempts. We finally got some random room on 3rd floor. The Taj guys feigned ignorance again slyly distancing themselves from all this mess by proclaiming that they had no involvement with this and an event management company was running this event. This too even though it was held right in their compound and also had multiple posters all around the place with the Taj Yeswantpur name prominently appearing on these posters. We reluctantly went to our room and reconciled ourselves with the situation even though our special day plans were ruined. But we consoled ourselves that at least, the New Year party would cheer us up. Sadly, the worst was only yet to come. We were terribly shocked that a brand like the Taj could do such a bad job of running a party. It was a disaster on multiple fronts. The event resembled a temple distributing free prasad to the needy. Unfortunately, even temple events manage crowds far more efficiently than Taj Yeswantpur. Everything that can go wrong, did. It was a total mess. Highlighting few of the many misses that night below: Food and Drinks Within the Taj compound, between the main building and the halls, theres a section with a huge tree. The New Year event was held there. The entry to this section was through a single glass door of the main building. At 730 PM, there was a crowd of revellers by this door waiting to get in. Once inside, what hits you hard is the feeling that you just got locked up in some strangers badly organised, noisy and heavily crowded marriage. Clearly, there were far too many people than the facilities could service. This was especially true in the mens washroom there was just one small bathroom for men and it was far too crowded and stuffy. Multiple queues formed up in the loo and there were also folks who clearly could not manage their drinks. Luckily, we found three ladies restrooms. Outside, the people sat in hordes on the stairs unable to find spaces to settle. The crowd was a mix of different types of people. Most of the crowd was like us feeling absolutely cheated out of their hard earned money but what was also quite unsettling was that there were other kind of folks too the kind you would not associate with a brand like the Taj we pay top dollar to avoid such crowds during such occasions but there quite a lot of them there. This was especially pronounced at the drinks section. The drinks section was a total let down too. There were just 2-3 elevated spots where you could get drinks. The tree area had one and each of the two halls had one each. This arrangement was grossly inadequate to service the enormous crowds. Massive crowds piled up in front of these counters you literally had to fight for getting a drink and we easily spent about 15 minutes just to get one drink. The same drinks tasted very different each time. The barmen had no clue making drinks and every drink was simply a convenient mix of (the available) alcohol, ice cubes and juice. Specific requests like 'Cosmopolitan', or 'Bloody Mary' or 'Martini' were not entertained. Finally, I went for generic requests like 'any cocktail will then do please' and they mixed it all in a glass and gave it to me. Mind you, there's no consistency in taste - two glasses of the same thing differ vastly in the content of alcohol and the ingredients. One time, my wife and I ordered the same drink and in one drink, when the barman ran out of vodka, he just poured in rum just to complete the order. The barmen were not at all professional and one time, I waited for almost 20 mins for a cocktail and once it was my turn, I saw the barman wipe the sweat off his brow and then without cleaning his hands, he pat his unclean hands on wads of mint that he put it into the drink. I just walked away disgusted and got into the next queue for another 10mins to get bottled beer. Alas, the beer was warm and not at all chilled. the food was not warmed and due to the December chill, and it was cold and tasted horrible. Food kept running out and it was never refilled. Plates and glasses piled on the many tables that were never cleared away in time. The desserts section was not replenished. There was a drunk guy lying unconscious on the floor at the desserts section nobody bothered to take him away and it was a weird feeling taking your dessert around a guy lying on the floor. Right next to him some guy puked all over after that, we didnt go to the desserts section. The food was terrible, cold and tasteless. The buffet breakfast next day was in similar state of disarray. The so called functions - "fashion show, belly dance" - were badly organized. This took place in one of the halls and the compere and performers were fenced away from the crowds within the hall. These events were held at ground level and thus were visible only to the people that crowded up at the very front and it was not at all visible to the people behind. Since most of these folks were drunk, we just stayed back and did not want to get into any unnecessary tussles. We soon left the hall. Eventually, we spent our time sitting on the stairs doing literally nothing. After midnight (they didn't even have the countdown in the dance hall where we were at then), we went back to our rooms and just watched tv. It was our worst New Year party and definitely not the way we wanted to spend our special day. We hoped that the next day breakfast would be better and it turned out to be even worse. It was held outside at the same venue under the tree and again, there was food plates which was never refilled, food that was terribly cold, food that got over soon and again, terribly organised. I made our bookings purely because it had the Taj brand name associated with it and it was clearly mentioned in the ad that its a Taj event. I had the worst experience ever. I have already made up my mind never to consider the Taj ever again. Im pretty sure all the folks whove put their hard earned money into this New Year tomfoolery that Taj yeswantpur pulled on us will not consider this place again. Ive already have made up my mind about Taj now and for our annual Goa holidays, we have completely changed our minds about Taj Exotica and we are now going ahead with the Leela this year. I already know how this message will be received. Some guy with a fancy title, claiming to be some authority at Taj Y, will reply to this message saying that they were unaware of it, that it was not their fault, that strict action will be taken and that we will be able to visibly experience the change on our next visit or that it was a one off event and such lip service. Its simply a ploy to this sites readers to show that they care. This is far from the truth they didnt care. They clearly didnt seem to care when we brought it up to their attention multiple times. The Taj folks wiped their hands off saying that an event management team is doing the New Year and they have nothing to do with it. But they were slyly present at every stage of the event and even when they knew it was not going right, they just stood there, never stepping in to resolve anything. The irony is that as we speak, Tajs holding company, the Tata Sons, is undergoing an unfortunate corporate battle at the very top level. Its a costly battle thats focussed on intangibles like brand, legacy and values. Its ironic that at the ground level of this Tata Sons battle, there are unscrupulous rotten apples like Taj Yeswantpur that prostitute that great brand and piss on that awesome legacy just for a nights worth of money. Tata Sons should just close this outlet if theyre really serious of damage to their brand. New Year Party at the Taj? Never again will fall for this terrible idea.

Good job done Good job done

by Simran21Kapoor on January 4, 2017

I keep visiting this hotel ones in a month or two months. Rooms are quite spacious and accommodative. Food wise also it's good. Very cordial staff with a happy to serve attitude. This I write especially for Mr Hanumantha from Food and beverage department who is so understanding and courteous towards his guests. Despite of missing breakfast at the coffee shop, he had the same sent in the room which was a great gesture. . Kudos to entire front office team as well. Smiling faces all around actually make the guests around happy. Thank you very much and keep up the good work.

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Demo Trip i had a pool view which was good

by jackmicks2016 on January 15, 2017

Demo Trip try to get a pool facing room

by Pooja M on January 4, 2017

Demo Trip Rooms facing the road have a nice view but one can hear the traffic right through the night. The inside rooms are quieter.

by AparnaChandrashekar on January 4, 2017

Demo Trip Pool Side or road facing

by Kunal J on December 25, 2016

Demo Trip Rooms facing the pool are silent and cool, while rooms facing the south are more noisier but offer great view of the city and the horizon

by Povaiah on December 10, 2016


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  • The primary guest must be at least 18 years of age to check into this hotel.
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