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Stayed overnight and thought that the hotel was located very well - a short ride from the heart of town and shopping district. Room was clean and comfortable. Although, my tariff included breakfast, I did not make it in the morning. I'd definitely stay again.
Nothing positive or negative to talk about. Everything about the hotel is fairly average. Pillows are limp and they charge extra for room service. Other than that, it is good value for money. They have a decent outdoor pool, but it defies logic since Bangalore air near this hotel is too polluted ...
I had a very good experience staying at IBIS Hosur Road in Bengaluru. The staff were very attentive and wanted to make sure I enjoyed my stay. A special thanks to the hotel manager, to the head chef, and to Sudhansu for their attention to detail.
Bengaluru is the hub of India’s IT industry and the second fastest growing city in the country. The modern-day face of India’s globalisation, Bengaluru’s home to dozens of domestic and international companies – including Microsoft, IBM, Boeing and Airbus – and is fuelled by an upwardly mobile workforce of software, aviation and electronics engineers, business analysts and other specialists.
In response, state-of-the-art Bengaluru has developed a reputation as a great place to live, with a buzzing cafe culture, great nightlife, and an exceptional dining scene. It also boasts one of the most comfortable climates in India, and is considered one of the least frenetic cities in the nation.
Unsurprisingly, Bengaluru’s four-star hotels are mostly geared towards business travellers, but there’s plenty of luxury accommodation if you’re in Bengaluru for pleasure, too.
Use Expedia’s filters to find four-star accommodation in the popular Electronics City, and the outlying suburb of Whitefield, where many multinational companies are based.
Four-star accommodation in Bengaluru includes slick contemporary hotels from the likes of Aloft, Taj, Royal Orchid and Four Points by Sheraton, all with a mix of upscale fine-dining restaurants, spas and rooftop terraces.
Some of Bengaluru’s four-star resorts have hundreds of guest rooms and sprawling grounds, while others are on a smaller scale, with a more low-key and intimate feel.
Either way, at the four-star end of the market, Bengaluru’s hotels focus on exceptional service, well-equipped business centres and ample meeting space, with fitness centres, swimming pools and high-tech guest rooms as standard in the majority of cases.
Alongside its IT focus, busy Bengaluru is also known as Garden City, so grab some respite from work in one of its many parks and gardens while you’re here.
Lalbagh Botanical Garden is a good place to start, with its glasshouse, aquarium, tropical plants and lake. The 300-acre Cubbon Park is known as the city’s lung, while Bugle Rock Park in the Basavangudi area is home to the famous Bull Temple.