Make your time at Belur more plesurable by staying at Vishnu Regency and taking advantage of the high class service and delicious South and North Indian food
Vishnu Regency Hotel is located on the Belur, nestled in three acres of greenery, just 1 Hour’ drive away from the city center of Hassan.
- 20 Deluxe A/C and Non-A/C rooms
- Ample space available for parking inside compund
- High-class vegeterian restaurant- serving Noth Indian and South Indian food
- Mini-conference hall available for parties / meetings / functios
- Same day laundry service
- Serene surroundings
- Close to the temple and bus station
- Lots of places of historical and architectural significance in and around belur
Taxi service can be arranged
Special accommodation and kitchen available for use by large groups(E.G.Buses), one month advanced booking necessary
Culinary & Cuisines
Bangalore airport is the nearest to Belur (222 kms)
Hassan is just 40 kms from Belur. Banavara and Arasikere are also near Belur.
Regular buses ply from Bangalore (222 kms),
Halebid (16 kms),
Hassan (40 kms),
Hospet (330 kms),
Mangalore (124 kms),
Mysore (149 kms) to Belur.
latitude : 13.197899820 longitude :77.706298830
Corporation : Bangalore
GPS Code : VOBL
Chennakesava Temple is situated on theYagachiRiver at Belur,Hassan District,Karnataka. Temple was originally referred to as the Vijayanarayana temple. The temple was built by King Vishnuvardhana in 1117 AD. Chennakesava means “handsome Kesava”. Lord Vishnu is worshipped in this temple. Belur has many beautiful temples which were built by the Hoysalas. Vishnuvardhana was celebrating his famous victory against the Chola dynasty of Tamil country
Kudroli Gokarnanatha Temple is located just 3 km from heart of Mangalore city. The beautiful temple at Kudroli dedicated to Lord Gokarnanatheshwara, an incarnation of Lord Shiva.This Temple, built by Sri Narayana Guru, the saint and social reformer from Kerala, dates from 1912.
Hoysaleswara Temple is one of the largest temples dedicated to Lord Shiva in South India. The temple is a Dvikuta -meaning temple with two Vimana/Gopura. Dedicated to Hoysaleshwara and Shantaleshwara. In front of the temple there are two Nandi Mantapas which are very beautifully carved and attracts ones attention immediately. In the 12th century, the temple was built during the rule of King Vishnuvardhana of Hoysala Empire. The construction o