Recently, we had an opportunity to stay at Fairfield by Marriott Bengaluru Rajajinagar. This hotel is a part of Marriott portfolio and is close to the Bengaluru city center making a convenient choice for anyone arriving Bengaluru via Rail.
Being a Gold Member, we were upgraded to Deluxe room which has a little more space than regular room.
Nightly rate of the deluxe room is approximately $120 including taxes and fees.
Hotel staff went beyond our expectations in customer satisfaction. As a part of the Gold member benefit, we were supposed to get complimentary breakfast. However, we had to leave very early the next day, which means we will not be able to avail the complimentary breakfast. We requested hotel if it would be possible to use the breakfast credit towards lunch or dinner and charge us any price difference. To our surprise, we were offered complimentary lunch. Woo hoo……… Cost of Lunch is 899 INR per person + taxes & fees.
Here are some of the other highlights before we look at the pictures.
- There was complimentary water bottle provided in the room
- Lunch buffet had a wide range of food selection to meet any kind of food preferences
- As a gold member, Complimentary drinks can be availed at the bar in the evening
- Complimentary high speed internet was provided.
- Complimentary valet parking available
- We forgot a few personal belongings in the room. When we called the next day, hotel had already saved them.
How can you stay here on points?
We got 70,000 Marriott rewards points through Chase Marriott Rewards Premier credit card, which helped us book this stay on points.
With the current signup bonus you can stay 10 nights at this hotel (including the 1 free night after account approval)
We had an excellent stay at Fairfield by Marriott Bengaluru Rajajinagar. Staff were exceptional in providing great customer service.
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