by armanikan on May 27, 2013
We were a group of 7 families and had a wonderful time at Angsana resort. Food is good to average but the facilities are excellent. We also had a game of cricket in the large field outside. Swimming pool was very clean.
Room are quite spacious and well maintained
Overall a wonderful experience and certainly recommended
by PrakashSrivastava on May 24, 2013
Had planned my honeymoon in the month of May..Trust me had an experience of a life time.From the time we checked in ..there was absolutely nothing to complain about. Very aptly named "OASIS" with such lush greenery and manicured lawns and the meandering pool. The rooms were amazing with a huge living room, balcony, plush interiors and with all conceivable amenities. There are a lot of activities like Table tennis, carom, X Box games, Squash, Paint Ball, Rope course, cricket net machine etc,however indulged in their world renowned Spa treatments and availed a Duet Spa massage, which was heavenly.............. The best thing about the experience were the people involved, they spoke with so much pride about the hotel and the way they promote tourism with responsibility.Initially I felt it was overpriced but trust me its worth every penny you pay.....Hats off to the people at Angsana Oasis Spa and Resort ...
by Suzannea2010 on Jun 13, 2013
We arrived at Angsana Resort after a long (4 hour), bumpy drive from Mysore. The location is beautiful with an impressive outdoor stairway up from the driveway. Security took our bags and we headed up the stairs and found reception. Two young men checked us in and then escorted us to our room winding through lovely gardens and the pool area.
Our room was a 1 bedroom suite with 2 full bathrooms, a king size bed in the bedroom, a couch and TV and dining area and kitchen in the main room. The a/c worked - which was important. Oddly the bathrooms were not air conditioned, so we kept the doors closed. There is a pillow "pillow menu" in the room; we called housekeeping and ordered more pillows of varying softness and extra bottled water, which all arrived promptly. The problem came at 5am when the jack hammering started; it felt and sounded like it was in our room, but it was just across the street at a new housing development. The noise and vibration continued until 8:30am. This is of course temporary and we were unlucky in our room assignment since other rooms do not face that street.
Dinner, breakfast and lunch were in the al fresco dining area with a nice buffet, and made to order omelets and dosas at breakfast. Waiters brought drinks to the table. There is another onsite restaurant but we did not try it.
When we checked in no one seemed to know anything about the spa and the spa phone went unanswered. At 9am we went to spa reception, a bit of a treasure hunt to find it, and no one was there. At 9:10 a man with an armload of towels appeared and we asked him about massages. He presented a long menu of choices - we picked one and he said 3pm. So we aske what can we get right now and he handed us another menu, we picked one and made an appointment for each of us. The ayurvedic massage and steam room were heavenly. It was in an individual "hut" with a treatment room, an indoor outdoor room with a loveseat, a "Russian bath" (steam room) and an outdoor (fully walled) shower. The therapist was a nice young woman with strong hands. It was rather outside the American comfort zone but well worth it. I left feeling relaxed and my neck was no longer tight. I highly recommend the 90 minute "Indian-style" massage.
Aside from the jack hammering, the other negative was the tone of a call from the front desk asking why we hadn't checked out since it was 12:30 and checkout time was noon. We had a chuckle over that (nothing was on time so we didn't think time was all that important) and checked out before eating lunch instead of after.
If you are in Bangalore, I highly recommend staying at the Angsana Spa & Resort for 1 or 2 nights, but it's not a destination unto itself for foreign travelers.
There were lots of families and family groups. Everyone was having a good time. There are lots of arranged activities on site for all age groups.
by Mugdha26 on Jun 10, 2013
One of the best place to enjoy holidays. Beautiful resort with lush greenery and hospitable staff. Located in the outskirts of the city, this place provides an ambiance which is so smoothing & calm.
Lavish food spread at the restaurant is very tasty.. must say had a stomach filling food. Thanks to the chef for taking care of the minute details in the menu. Desert was the best.. :)
Staff were very friendly...
I will consider Angsana, one of the best resort in Bangalore for outings, conferences and for stay over.
by JanardhanRoye on May 17, 2013
A quick get-away from the hustle-bustle, rat race of Bangalore, this verdant, flower-filled resort offers a healing balm to the body...and soul. There're temple and other flowering trees, greenery, water-bodies, and other gorgeous, relaxing sights in this location. Plus a cool swimming pool and other sport activities within the premises and nearby for the whole family to take your mind off the tensions of the office. The spa and friendly staff add to the enjoyment. A number of restaurants and bars serve excellent food.
For corporates, this is a great workshop/business conference venue.
For the day-tripper, the weekender - with family or solo, and corporates, this get away is a highly recommended. Recharge batteries, calm the body and mind...and soul. Go back alert and calm!
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