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A trail-blazing city regarded as the face of modern India, Bengaluru is both the capital and high-tech heart of Karnataka state. Since independence, the city has developed into a thriving, cosmopolitan IT hub full of upwardly mobile professionals, and Bengaluru’s accompanying dining, drinking and shopping scene – not to mention its moderate climate – makes Bengaluru an appealing place to visit.
Bengaluru has an extensive range of two-star hotels, so use Expedia’s search tool to narrow down your options.
Many of Bengaluru’s two-star hotels are between the main railway station and Freedom Park, with more budget residences, suites and hotels close to Sree Kanteera Stadium, St. Mary’s Basilica and the State Central Library. Running through the heart of this area is M.G. Road, one of the busiest thoroughfares in Bengaluru, lined with shops, restaurants, bars and office buildings.
Find other two-star places to stay further north, near Bangalore Palace and the Fun World amusement park, as well as in the suburbs of Indiranagar and Koramangala towards the east and southeast.
While mostly functional in terms of architecture and style, many of Bengaluru’s two-star hotels offer free WiFi and bottled water as well as laundry rooms, safe deposit boxes and concierge services. Some also provide complimentary continental breakfast and self-parking, along with business centres and on-site restaurants.
While most two-star hotels in Bengaluru are independently run, you’ll also find accommodation by popular Indian chains, such as the budget brand Treebo Hotels, as well as serviced apartments from the likes of Shoba Suites.
Whether you’re in Bengaluru for business or leisure, spend some time soaking up the atmosphere of this sophisticated Indian city. Hit the fragrant City or Ghandi markets for flower and fruit-laden stalls, stroll through the tropical plants of Lalbagh Botanical Garden, or admire the sight of ISKCON Temple at night, one of the largest Hare Krishna temples in the world.