A trip to South India will always be incomplete without a trip to the City of Palaces. After Rajasthan Mysore (now called Mysuru) has full and justifiable claim over being prized for its flamboyant and grand palaces – the epic example being Mysore Palace - which has seen the rise of some of India’s finest warriors who left a mark on the history of the country and fear amidst their enemies. A perfect amalgamation of urban and tradition, Infosys Campus is a paradise for trainees and recruits and hotels in near Infosys Campus Mysore offers the residents connectivity and a happening yet quiet neighborhood.
OYO makes your stay pleasant
When we are booking hotels there are certain primary parameters that we consider especially when travelling with kids or elders and security and connectivity is the top two. Keeping this n mind OYO has made sure that the hotels in near Infosys Campus Mysore adheres to providing their guests with high end CCTV surveillance and the hotels are at places which are near to major public transportations hubs or accessible via well maintained and connected roads for those who prefer driving. Apart from these, OYO pride themselves in being discreet and respects personal choices of legally adult individuals, ensuring that each and every of their guest feels relaxed and welcome at their hotels. Along with this, amenities like free parking, free Wi-Fi and access to cable TV is also provided. Booking is also easy especially through the app which remembers your preferences.
Taste of Mysore
Apart from its glittering palaces, Mysore is also known for its sweet – the Mysore Pak. A vacation to Mysore will never be complete without people trying at least once this rich delicacy. The history of Mysore Pak is as old as the city itself and was once the chosen dessert of the royalty. Another must in to – do list is to pay a visit to the Mysore Zoo which is considered to be the best zoological gardens in this country. Nature lovers will highly appreciate Brindavan Gardens which is across the Kaveri. Built during royalty, the garden is designed over a spread of 60 acres and replicates Kashmir’s Shalimar Gardens. While a day amidst greenery certainly soothes your soul, it is the Musical Fountain that steals your heart. So if you happen to decide to visit Brindavan you must wait till sunset for the light and music fountain show to start and mesmerize you.