Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Bengaluru does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Empire International, a nice option for travellers like you.
While staying at Hotel Empire International, visitors can check out Shanmukha Temple (1.4 mi) and ISKCON Temple Bangalore (2.0 mi), some of Bengaluru's top attractions.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer air conditioning, and you can stay connected during your stay as Hotel Empire International offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, room service, and baggage storage. Plus, Hotel Empire International offers free breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, parking is available.
If you like Chinese restaurants, Hotel Empire International is conveniently located near The Fatty Bao, Utse Kitchen, and b Café.
If you’re looking for something to do, Commercial Street (0.5 mi), Cubbon Park (0.7 mi), and Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum (0.6 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Hotel Empire International.
Hotel Empire International looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Bengaluru.
During my recent family trip to Bangalore, I stayed there for 5 nights.Its situated at the most happening place M.G.Road area.So no doubt its situated in the best location of Bangalore. Except location, everything was just ok.Small rooms,small bathroom. And breakfast was very poor,which is fixed and it was provided in the room. But their restaurant food was very nice.we had 2 dinners there,n it was delicious. Front desk staffs were cooperative and tried to accommodate as per our wish.They also arranged vehicle for our sightseeing to Mysore and another to Wonderla. Overall an Ok type hotel in a very Prime location
The property is located at a prime location, easily identified by all, on Church street, off MG Road and Brigade Road. The entrance and reception area is spacious and well maintained. Initially, at the time of check in, the response from reception was lukewarm and the room I was checked into (room# 404), was tiny, to say the least. The bed occupied 90% of the room, and there was a pillar at the other side of the bed, which made the room even smaller. Had a strip for a bathroom, in which I literally had to jump over the commode to reach the bathing area. And to top that, the door handle of the room was broken, so every time I had to get into the room, I had to call room service to open the door for me. Naturally I was unhappy, and I inquired about an upgrade, and pleasantly enough they assessed my dissatisfaction, and offered to upgrade to a bigger room at no extra cost. The behaviour at the reception, also turned to the warmer side. Was accommodated into room 405 the next evening, which was almost double the size (still on the smaller side, but acceptable). I found the staff to be really warm and forthcoming, service was prompt, good housekeeping, rooms fittings and fixtures well maintained and the food pretty good (Empire restaurant is well known In Bangalore). On the cons....both the rooms did not allow much daylight, the breakfast was limited and served in the room and the rooms were on the smaller side. Overall, a good option for a short stay, service and food being the differentiators.…
Smell around the place and even inside the hotel. Rooms not good. Lobby terrible. Photos online are very deceiving . Will never stay again. Very overcrowded too with bad crowd hanging around outside..
The reception is clean although the welcome to the hotel was not very warm. We were checked in efficiently though and our luggage taken for us quickly. The rooms were a little dated but quite clean. The bathrooms are badly designed as once you have had a shower, all of the bathroom is quite wet including the toilet seat. Breakfast is brought up to your room for no extra charge. A continental breakfast of omelette and toast is average (but you can ask for boiled eggs although have to wait for 15 mins for these) or your can opt for an Indian breakfast of dosa (savoury pancake) and yoghurt, which were apparently very good. If you like Indian music, the music channels are good, and I even found 'Graham Norton's show' and 'Friends' one evening while scanning. It's good value for money, but not clean enough for me unfortunately.…
I stayed at the hotel empire international during my visit to Bangalore in Oct. 2018.. It is located in the happening church street .. very close walk to all major fashion stores, food hubs...the hotel has an onsite restaurant. Looks like an old property.. but has all the minimum amenities required...Hotel took sometime for the check in as they could not trace my reservation done through the booking.com site. I suggset this hotel to all business travelers..