Whether you are a student or a working professional, deciding where to stay in the city when you are alone is often a choice between cost, comfort, and community. While your own home may seem like a good idea in terms of privacy, amenities, etc., it also means high costs and increasingly frequent bouts of loneliness. While PGs (paying guests) and hostels may make you feel like part of a community with their twin-sharing and triple-sharing rooms, they also almost always bring with them not so good food, cramped spaces, binding rules and whatnot.
Introducing SimplyGuest Magadi Road Women’s Hostel
While it may seem impossible to find a balance between the 3 C’s (Cost, Comfort, and Community), that is exactly what SimplyGuest Hostels offer. Set in one of the most accessible localities off Magadi Road, the SimplyGuest Hostel, is a place that gives you your own space, but also a shoulder to lean upon when you need one. A place that gives you tastefully furnished interiors, but also the means to lend them your own personal touch. A place that serves you the best of vegetarian food – Indian and otherwise – but also lets you use the kitchen when you’re craving that recipe from home. A place that lacks nothing in security (fully covered with biometric access), but also gives you your freedom without enforcing any curfews upon you. Just come and go as you please.
The surrounding locality is peaceful with the hosahalli metro station just 300-meters away by foot. You can hop into DMart while walking back to the hostel. The purple line metro takes you to Vijayanagar, Vidhana Soudha, Trinity, MG Road, Mysore Road, Majestic, Indiranagar, Halasuru, Deepanjali Nagar, and Attiguppe in a 20-30 minute ride. So if you work in any of these areas and want to find an affordable and homely place to stay, this is a perfect place for you.
The entertainment room on the third floor is a common space where you can watch TV, play some board games or just tell your friends about your day. The hostel comes with a 50-seater dining hall with tables and chairs on the terrace where you can eat together, just like a family. The freshly-cooked food put on these tables thrice a day will certainly ensure that you won’t want to miss any of it! Basant and his wife, the resident cooks, make fantastic food. You’re likely to find anything from Idli Wada to a perfect Indian vegetarian meal on your plate here!
There are 27 rooms in the entire building, 6 on ground floor, and 7 on other floors, and all the rooms have attached washrooms - except 5-sharing room which comes with two washrooms - and are well furnished with a double door cupboard and a table and chair for yourself, to take care of all your needs. They are available on 3-sharing, 4-sharing, and 5-sharing basis. There is only one entry to the hostel and the building is secure from all sides; entrance is secured with a biometric sensor so you can come and go as you please. There are, however, no curfews, and you can return to your hostel whenever you want to. Whether you choose triple-sharing or any other room, the building is spacious enough to guarantee your privacy at all times!
The hostel is also equipped with the best of appliances; a 43 inch TV on the third-floor entertainment room with a music system to dance it off or to watch the cricket or football world cup with your hostel mates. There are two washing machines set up on the terrace so you don’t have to wait in long lines to wash your clothes, all essential kitchen appliances, high-speed ACT WiFi, power backup and so on.
The SimplyGuest banner also provides you with additional comforts- all payments are done online so there’s no need to write a cheque or withdraw dangerous amounts from the ATM. You can share expenses with other hostel mates easily. All complaints can be tracked online and are fixed effortlessly. Most importantly, consistent quality is guaranteed as the hostels are managed and operated professionally. For some reason if you feel hostels aren’t your thing and want to move in to a private flat, we will help you move. SimplyGuest comes with a network of services depending on the area which you can avail like bicycle renting, extra furniture renting, reference for cooks, maids, etc.
Making your hostel a home
At the end of the day, you are a paying guest in name only at a SimplyGuest hostel. You are, in truth, part of a community and at the same time, you have the freedom to do what you want to, inside and outside the well-furnished rooms of the building. The staff are warm and friendly and are more than happy to interact with you and help you with anything you may need. So come see for yourself and make a home out of your hostel. Visit the SimplyGuest Magadi Road Women’s Hostel or call us at 7406 77 99 11 to book it.
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