Pai Vista

35/A Bangalore-Nilgiri Road, Mysore, Karnataka, 570001, India

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  • Families79
  • Couples81
  • Solo78
  • Business83
  • Centrally located.


    Good Hotel, with 2 restaurants.. of which Gufa is unique and a good place for a leisure lunch, though it does get crowded on weekends.

    Stayed there for 2 nights in April 2011, rooms are mid sized with good facilities however, do ask for a room with a view of the open grounds with a view of Chamundi hills. Good hotel for a short stay, very helpful front desk staff. The only drawback was the sloppy housekeeping, no towels or toilet paper in the bathroom, no water, tea bags etc after the room is cleaned.. Made it a point to mention this in the register which a person brings to your room each morning for your comments on housekeeping.

    Unique Quality: Centrally located, good cab service at travel desk, decent pool on the top floor.

    Directions: Opposite Bus Stand.

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Forum Posts

Meeting up in Mysore and accomodation help..

by yogajo

Hey there,

Will be studying yoga in Mysore for two months from October 8th and wondered if any fellow females fancy meeting up for a coffee or just see the sights of Mysore or surrounding areas?

Will be staying in Laxipuram and wondered if anyone has info & contact on home stays in this area?


Re: Meeting up in Mysore and accomodation help..

by cuppadamoksha

Hi Joanna,

Its a late reply but i hope it helps. I stumbled upon this art bistro just 20 mins out of mysore called pegasus art bistro. It has accomodation and if you are interested you could book yourself into in via the website --

I am based in Coorg which just a 2hr drive from Mysore so mebe we can try and work out a Vt meet once you are here either in Mysore or Coorg if you are interested.

Re: Meeting up in Mysore and accomodation help..

by jayesh_shah


Mysore is a historical city with quite a few places to visit in and around. You can check out Mysore travel guide at

hope this helps.

Re: Meeting up in Mysore and accomodation help..

by mmargoo

Hello Joanna,
I go to Mysore on 12th of November. I will be study yoga for one or two months in Laxipuram.
I have not a hotel yet, we can meet if you want.

Travel Tips for Mysore

Life CAN be a bed of roses........

by grets

One of my favourite memories from the Green Hotel was coming back to the room the first evening.

The covers had been turned back and the bved strewn with rose petals. On the bed posts were still hanging the flower garlands we had received on arrival. I thought this was such a romantic gesture, and the room was filled with a deliace aroma and a sense of anticipation.........

Bathing Time

by Canadienne

Even the animals need to be clean. . .and they look to be enjoying bathtime! In that temperature and humidity, I must admit I was probably sorely tempted. . .

The photograph is just a roadside scene outside of Mysore.

Chamundi hills

by mallyak

One of the main attractions in Mysore - Chamundi Hills, situated 3km southeast of the city, is topped with a temple to the chosen deity of the Mysore Rajas; the goddess Chamundi, or Durga, who slew the demon buffalo Mahishasura. It's a pleasant, easy bus trip to the top; the walk down, past a huge Nandi, Shiva's bull, takes about thirty minutes.
The forty-metregopura, at the entrance is an attraction to both the eyes & mind. A statue of the demon Mahishasura from whom the city got its name, attracts as soon as you are atop the hills. It mainly attracts the children for its colorfulness and its size.

Non-Hindus can also visit the twelfth-century temple. The idol of goddess Chamundi inside sanctorum sanctuary is solid gold. The magnificent five-metre Nandi, carved from a single piece of black-granite in 1659, is an object of worship himself, adorned with bells and garlands and tended by his own priest. Minor shrines, dedicated to Chamundi and Hanuman among others, line the side of the path .

Brindavan Gardens

by grets

These ornamental gardens have been laid out alongside a 2.6 km long dam. Our local guide was extremely proud of these gardens and really looking forward to showing them off to us. We were, I'm afraid to say, somewhat unimpressed. Many terrasses and fountains adorn the ground, but there was nothing of great interest there. Sorry.

At night the fountains are lit up - see nightlife tip.

Chamundi Hill and steps

by cadzand

After visiting the temple start back to the car park and look for the top of the stairway, marked by red-and-white striped stone posts and a sign proclaiming ‘Way of Bull’. It’s a pleasant walk down, there’s some shade on the way and the views over the city and surrounding countryside are superb.


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Address: 35/A Bangalore-Nilgiri Road, Mysore, Karnataka, 570001, India