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Mysore, the city boasting of one of the most beautiful gardens in the country, Brindavan Gardens, has a well maintained, luxurious, yet homely, place where one can spend time with one's friends, family or even oneself. TheStay Simple Brindavan Resortis located right next to Brindavan Gardens. There are multiple reasons to visit the resort; in this article we aim to name a few.
1. A Magnificent Location
Stay Simple Brindavan Resort is located within close proximity of the Brindavan Gardens and the Krishna Raja Sagar Dam. The resort is next to rice fields, where you can see the sunrise and sunset every day. You will feel like you are in the middle of a fairytale.
2. In the Heart of the City
The resort being so close to the Brindavan gardens is obviously tantamount to the fact that the place is very well connected to all the scenic places within Mysore. For instance, Chamundi Hills, the home with intricate carvings, and the Goddess Chamundeshvari Temple, are located less than 30 km away from the resort. The Mysore Palace, rail museum, wax museum, Philomena Church, Mysore zoo, etc. are all within reach from the resort as well.
3. An Enchanting World in Itself
Sprawled along three acres of landscape gardens and rice fields, the resort is surrounded by streams on two sides. It is a perfect place to relax, unwind, and rejuvenate, even if one does not want to travel around the city.
4. Hospitality at Its Finest
Brindavan Resortis empowered with a truly patient, courteous and hospitable staff. We also customize our services according to the needs of our guests. There are plenty of modern facilities within the resort, including a vibrant play area for kids.
5. A Garden Of Offers
Stay Simple Brindavan Resortis always welcoming guests with amazingly incredible offers that are easy on the pocket and promise to make your stay truly savory and unforgettable.
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