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HOTEL ROYAL ORCHID
BANGALORE
TRAINING REPORT

INDEX

1) ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
2) BANGALORE
➢ HISTORY
➢ TOURISM
➢ CLIMATE
3) HOW TO REACH ROYAL ORCHID
4) OVERVIEW OF THE HOTEL
5) FACILITIES OFFERED
6) SERVICES AND AMINITIES
7) POLICIES
8) BUISENESS SERVICES
9) DEPARTMENTS IN THE HOTEL
➢ HOUSE KEEPING
➢ FRONT OFFICE
➢ FOOD AND BEVERAGE SERVICE
10) CONCLUSION

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

I here by thank our respected principal Mr. K.C ROBBINS and our training co-ordinator Mr. RANJITH BALRAM for giving me an oppurtunity to do my five months industrial exposure training and there by preparing this training report. I express my deepest gratitude towards all the staffs of hotel royal orchid in which they help me out in their esteemed concern in everyday activities of the hotel. And I thank all my friends and team mates who helped me to prepare this report.

HISTORY OF BANGALORE
Legend goes that king veeraballa of vijayanagara once lost his way in forest hungry and tired, he came upon a lone hut in thick forest where he met an old woman. When he asked for food, she gave him baked beans (‘Benda Kalu”). The king found this humble meal taste better than the richest fare. To commemorate this incident, he called the place “benda Kalu Ooru”(place of baked beans). Bangalore today is getting popular through for a different variety of beans-java beans

Capital of southern state of Karnataka, Bangalore today is Asia’s fastest growing cosmopolitan city. It is the home to some of the most high tech industries in India. The I.T industry in views Bangalore as the “byte-basket” of India. Bangalore is also home to some of India’s premier scientific establishments. Blessed with a salubrious climate, gardens & parks, natural lakes, architectural landmarks, shopping malls, the best restaurants and pubs in this part of the globe, business opportunities, Bangalore is the ideal gateway to India and beyond. Bangalore offers something for everyone music and dance concerts (western and Indian), dramas, exhibitions, carnivals, conferences and more.

TOURISM AT BANGALORE

LOCAL SIGHTS AT BANGALORE

BANGALORE FORT & PALACE:
The Bangalore fort was built by kempe Gowda and expanded by Tippu Sultan. Within its walls is the well preserved 16th century Ganapathi temple. The Bangalore palace was built by a wodeyar king in 1887 on the 400 acre space. Inspired by the Windsor castle, this palace was built in the Tudor style, complete with gothic windows, foiled windows, battlements and turrets.

LAL BAGH:
Hyder Ali laid out this famous botanical garden and his son added horticultural wealth to them by importing trees and plants from several countries. The garden today houses over 1000 species of flora which include rare and enchanting collection of tropical plants, trees, and herbs. The Glass House, modeled along london’s Crystal palace, is the center of attraction in this 2400 acre park. Bi-annual flower shows attracting participants from all over India is held in the Glass House.

CUBBON PARK:
This wooded and be flowered park was laid out in the heart of the cantonment in 1864. since then, fairy fountains, an august bandstand and a wealth of atatury have been added. But the most important aspect of cubbon park is its newer buildings that have added beauty and culture wealth. Lush green lawns, shaddy flowering trees, vibrant flower beds, makes cubbon park an idle place for morning joggers and alike.

GOVERNMENT MUSEUM:
One of the most important buildings, the Government Museum is one of the oldest in India(1886). A special attraction here are the antiquities from mohenjodaro period. Situated nearby the museum is Visveswaraya Industrial and...
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