Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Resort decor-Hoysala village resort

This post is going to be on a resort in Hassan,Karnataka called the Hoysala village resort.
Hassan can be your place of stay when you visit the famous temple sites Belur and Halebid.

For a decor blogger, Hoysala village resort was the ultimate treat to the senses. Set among lush greenery, the choicest fruit bearing trees like mango, coconuts, jack fruit and melons, flowering trees and plants this place was cool and it was a real paradise on earth even during the summer months.

The resort has Kerala styled cottages, impressive wood work and something that thrilled me to bits was the paintings on the walls.The paintings were everywhere right from the walls,earthen pots, lamps and even trash bins.These  were simple ones that can remind you of the village folks and their daily activities.Easy floral motifs drawn on the staircases, running high as borders on door and window frames and on the niches in the walls is a sight to remember forever!!!

Apart from these, were wood work that stole my heart right away.And another very important aspect of decor is the flooring.They had vibrant ceramic designed patterns which I loved to the core.Many a times it was such that I didn't quite know whether to look in front or to the stunner below my feet.Such was my confusion!


I know am creating quite a build up! Now, let me not keep you waiting further but lets just hop, skip and jump to view the enthralling pics.

These were some pics at the entrance near the parking lot and the reception area and I knew am going to love this place in totality!

Pay attention to the art on pots,lamps and even 'use me' bins










I liked the arrangement of earthen pots one above the other to create a distinctively unique piece.

Because I clicked so many pics and would like to share all of them with you,have created a collage.Yes, am being a little mean but otherwise it would have become a pic heavy post.The art on walls were strikingly beautiful.If you notice they are very simple motifs depicting nature and activities of the daily life in villages.

Some animal figures drawn on cafeteria walls...




Amidst nature even this metal cart induces the right mix of drama ...

 Now, let me show you the placement of rooms in the resort.There were different arrangements, some in the typical cottage style, some in the 'nallukettu' style which houses rooms on all sides with a central courtyard.










This is a villa styled accomodation
A 'mansion' within their premises is being constructed which shall be open to the guests soon.And my my it was huge with massive woodwork and  brass and copper embellished.The rooms were a real peep into our rich cultural heritage what with copper lamps by the bedside and pendant lights that you keep staring at and not to forget the copper bathtub that was the cynosure of the rest area!




Interiors of the bedroom in the mansion...

The room that we occupied...


Have a look at this room, the ceiling has been covered with traditional Kanjeevaram sarees.




This is their entertainment area where one evening we were enthralled with Bharatnatyam performance.




The tiles had their own story to tell...


At the reception area...



Moving to the restaurant area, again the ceilings had some master paintings.Have a look




I would also like to mention that apart from the interiors and decor that I have so much praised, their food and hospitality was no less.The staff was warm and welcoming, making sure that we had a comfortable and pleasant stay throughout.
The buffet included a delicious spread of the traditional and the continental.

As the evening set, the lamps were lighted and the place became quite and I sat here in tranquility,enjoying each micro second, for this is what we miss in our monotonous city life.

Hope you enjoyed this post.Whenever you make plans to visit this side of Karnataka, do not miss Hoysala Village Resort. Highly recommended, if you go by my words!

Coming up next is a home tour on the blog.Stay tuned folks!

7 comments:

Radha Dhina said...

Wow really amazing...Can't come back to home after visiting....

jyoti soni said...

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Rajendar said...

Awesome resort decors, love it.

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