Apr 9, 2020 - Apr 10, 2020
2 adults - 1 room
Where to stay in Bengaluru
The capital of India's southern Karnataka state Bengaluru (also called Bangalore) is the center of India's high-tech industry and also boasts a well-earned reputation for its parks and nightlife.
As India’s third most populous city, Bengaluru is also fast emerging as the center for the hospitality industry with several new projects and luxury upscale hotels in the pipeline and visitors to the city are not short of accommodation choices. Among the many attractions in this 'Garden City' are several former royal residences such as the 19th-century Bangalore Palace, which is styled on England’s Windsor Castle, and Tipu Sultan’s 18th century Summer Palace.
Getting around the city is easy with an abundance of metro, bus, taxi and train choices. The metro is safe and efficient although the carriages can be uncomfortable and crammed, while buses and taxis service all parts of the city as well as the airport.
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There are plenty of places to stay in the middle and on the edges of the city all of which give an insight into the future of this fascinating country.
This luxury choice of hotel is located in the vicinity of Devanahalli and connects guests to the city’s airport. The Taj Bangalore reflects the city’s modern and progressive nature through a contemporary, sleek design and architectural treatment. Although not in the city center, the hotel offers a luxurious getaway from the bustle and vibrancy of downtown without being too far from the business district.
This mid-range 4.5-star hotel is designed in an Art Deco style and located in the heart of Bengaluru, close to both UB City and Vidhana Soudha. Guests can enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi, complimentary daily buffet breakfast, recreational and fitness facilities and a spa. The hotel also offers an area shuttle allowing guests the opportunity to visit nearby attractions.
This budget choice hotel is within close proximity of the city’s Krishna Rajendra Market, Tipu's Summer Palace, Freedom Park and Race Course Road. The hotel also offers free Wi-Fi, 24-hour room service, a business center and laundry facilities.
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Been to Bangalore 5 times travelling alone for my company. I find it safe even for a female travelling alone but still make sure to share my cab trips with friends and stay connected until i reach my hotel at night.Easy to familiarize yourself with the area and cab apps are very helpfu
Silicon City is not just a name. the city is named for a reason. it's a wonderful place.I recommend people go visit the place and share the experience.
Amazing city because of the residents of Bangalore. It's known for its pubs and beer. The local food in bangalore is really good with top quality south indian restaurants at every corner. Only negative is that the traffic in Bangalore is terrible
BANGALORE!!! one of the largest and most beautiful places in india. All about history, greenaries and awesomeness.Loved it:)