Hotel Raama offers a perfect blend of facilities to ensure convenience for both business and leisure guests among budget hotels in hassan , hassan accommodation. The banquet facilities take care that every guest’s personal or corporate events are perfectly arranged. All the corridors are fully carpeted with lightening arrester, Fire extinguisher, ample car parking space. Various basic facilities include Internet, laundry, parking, travel desk and doctor-on-call. The Hotel has a Vegetarian multi-cuisine restaurant with nearly 104 seats with centralized air condition and well-trained chefs.
Hassan is surrounded by hills of the western ghat, thick green coffee plantations, the central hub for travelers from Bangalore and Mangalore. Hassan has moderate weather, does not go beyond 33* Celsius even in summer. Hassan is noted for its enchanting natural scenic beauty is also a veritable treasure-house of Hoysala architecture and sculpture, the best specimens of which are at Belur, Halebeed and Shravanabelagola. The master control facility of the Indian Space Research Organisation is located in Hassan. It’s attractive location, enjoyable climate, ancient temples and interesting short-trips makes it for the tourists, the most suitable place for quick departure. That is why it is called Poorman’s Ooty.
Hotel Raama is a large hotel situated in heart of the city, which offers affordable luxury to all the travelers.
Belur, situated on the banks of river Yagachi, is a world famous tourist destination. Belur was the erstwhile capital of the Hoysalas. The town is renowned for its Chennakeshava temple, one of the finest examples of Hoysala workmanship
Halebeed temple is another great example of temple architecture the twin temples of Hoysaleshwara, Kedareshwara built by Vishnuvardhana and Ballala-II at Halabeed. Sequences from Ramayana, Mahabharatha & Bhagavatha are depicted on the outer walls of these temples. The efficiency and experience of the sculpture, who had carved these stories in stone is bewitching
The 58 foot Gomateswara statue here is the tallest free-standing monolithic statue in the world. It is a renowned centre of pilgrimage for the jains. Maha Mastakabisheka is held once in every 12 years