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Where to stay in Mangalore

The Arabian sea port city of Mangalore in the Indian state of Karnataka attracts visitors throughout the year thanks to temples, historic sites, parks, gardens and beaches.

The city itself is around 15 km from Mangalore’s airport and has a plentiful supply of hotels and boarding houses to suit every budget and taste. Transport around Mangalore is possible through the city’s bus services, while auto-rickshaw operators ply their trade both inside the city center and the suburbs. There are also plenty of local taxi operators providing services alongside other major cab providers. The city also boasts two railway stations, namely Mangalore Central and Mangalore Junction.

Staying in the city center will have you within easy traveling distance of the famous Kadri Manjunath Temple as well as the 9th-century Mangaladevi Temple. After a day of sightseeing, visitors also like to check out the sunsets from the array of clean sandy beaches that fringe the city, most of which are surrounded by swaying coconut and palm trees.

The city’s parks and gardens are also worth a visit, while youngsters – and the young at heart – will enjoy the attractions of the Manasa Amusement and Water Park just 12 km from Mangalore city and situated within a 450-acre tourism project that features a zoo, botanical gardens, a heritage village, science center, a boating lake and a golf course.

Hotels in Mangalore

1. The Gateway Hotel Old Port Road

A four-star choice in the city, the Gateway Hotel lies near the confluence of the Gurupura and Nethravathi rivers and offers a tranquil option overlooking the Arabian Sea. Hotel guests will also enjoy a beauty salon, fitness center, swimming pool and 24-hour business center facilities.

2. Moti Mahal

As a cheaper option, the Hotel Moti Mahal is located just off the famous Hampankatta and close to many of Mangalore’s attractions including the Manjunatha Temple and Mangala Stadium. With a number of dining outlets and 90 well-appointed rooms, this mid-range hotel is a popular choice for both the business and leisure traveler.

3. Metro Plaza

At the lower end of the price range is the two-star Metro Plaza, which is conveniently located close to one of the city’s two railway stations. In all, the hotel offers 38 well-furnished rooms suitable for both the business and leisure traveler and provides complimentary WIFI and free pick-up within the city limits.

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Member reviews (14)
Vasuki M S Rao
Vasuki M S RaoBengaluru (Bangalore), India

ya its great the way of customs they follow here actually i am studying here but born in bangalore i kijed this place but damn weather conditions its too hot and too cold and heavly raining place and the nature is here damn it ossom to watch and we can go to beachs which is so good and even it is maintained beautifully

Renu Kumar
Renu KumarHillsdale, Michigan

one of the only major ports of karnataka. lots of places to see around including temples, resorts and beaches.

nefa farhan
nefa farhan

i love it

Roshan Pinto
Roshan PintoDubai, United Arab Emirates

rely good 1


The least expensive month is August, with an average of AED 106 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Mangalore is May, with an average price of AED 203 per night.
The average price of a hotel in June last year was AED 120 per night. This is 6% less than the average nightly price of AED 129 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Mangalore, the expected average temperature in June is 26.7°C/80.0°F. The warmest month is typically April, which averages 34.3°C/93.7°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging 21.1°C/70.0°F.
The nearest airport to Mangalore is Mangalore (IXE) (6.89km).

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