Hotel Kaniska International,Bijapur


Hotel Kaniska International,Bijapur is an economy hotel situated on the station road. Though an economy hotel, Hotel Kaniska International in Bijapur serves the guests to its best.

Room Facilities at Hotel Kaniska International,Bijapur



The non AC rooms are well decorated. The flooring is done with marble and wood. The rooms have large double bed,with dressing table ,wardrobe,television,coffee table and chairs. Each of the rooms have a small balcony from where views of the city can be had. All the rooms of the hotel have spacious attached bathroom with a western toilet. Hot water in the bathroom is supplied between 6am and 1 pm. Complimentary bottles of shampoo and liquid soap are kept for the guests.

Services and Facilities at Hotel Kaniska International,Bijapur



Hotel Kaniska International in Bijapur provides a wide range of facilities to the tourists. The hotel has a gym which is open on all the days of the week except Sunday. All the necessary gadgets are present in the gym. Complimentary newspapers are offered to the guests. The hotel also has an in house restaurant which serves,Chinese,Mughlai and Indian dishes.24 hour room service is also provided to the guests.



Last Updated on 07 August 2012



     


     

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