With the vacations on, we want to escape from Mumbai, and head out to explore some new destinations. Bangalore is one such city which is a food haven , a shoppers paradise and lots of our friends reside there. So while we checked with family and friends on the best places to stay, we decided to share the same with you, in case you plan to head to the city.
Many of the best hotels in Bangalore offer a peaceful getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city, a much-needed break from the city life. With the brilliant landscape that Karnataka is blessed with, there are innumerable hotel and resorts that serve as escapades from the mundane and monotonous routine of life.Let’s see what the top five recommendations are;
The Leela Palace,Bangalore:
Neeta Pawar, loves her brunches at the Leela Palace Bangalore. Zen at the Leela is great for a Sunday brunch. The service at the Leela and the exquisite Pan Asian delicacies served are her top reasons to choose the Leela as her favourite.
The Leela Palace Bangalore is undoubtedly one of the most sought-after luxury hotels to stay in Bangalore. Capturing a perfect blend of modern grandeur and the majesty archived in the pages of Indian history. The hotel is inspired by the Mysore architecture. It’s spacious layout with ethnic touch makes it stand out amongst all other hotels.
Rajiv Sinha, reminisces the time he visited the hotel for a wedding in the family.
“The hotel has small chalets,full of trees and greenery. Breakfast buffet is the best there. The Marriott in Bangalore is a great hotel. from the moment you set front inside the cavernous lobby, you are greeted by several genuine staff. You are personally escorted to your room by the person who checks you in, explaining all functions of the room and where to eat and drink.The rooms are spacious and quiet.”
The Park Hotel,Bangalore:
Prerna Gautam Singh, a resident of Bangalore, recommends the Park.
The Park hotel, Bangalore can be described as a small five-star property in Bangalore with very courteous and friendly staff. Right from the time you enter the property, the warm and welcoming smile of the gatekeeper to the bartender and everyone makes you feel at home. Everyone here is very accommodating and will make you feel comfortable. Park is a very popular hangout amongst youngsters who come here for a good time and people who are looking for good music by DJ Vicky. You will also find Mr. Manish Kumar who is the F&B Director of The PARK Bangalore, on the floor to ensure all the guests are comfortable. The uniqueness of this place is the poolside restaurant and bar called AQUA with very cosy gazebos around the pool and a poolside bar. The rooms at this hotel are quite spacious and clean.
The whole experience given by the hotel staff combined with its economical value together make it one of the most popular and most recommended hotel in the bustling Bangalore city.
Taj Westend, Bangalore:
Rashmi Baliga, likes visiting Taj Westend.
Taj Westend, opposite the race course Bangalore, is my favourite hotel. The lush green garden in the middle of busy Bangalore city and it’s 100-year-old big banyan tree is so beautiful.
The hotel is sprawling with huge gardens and open spaces. Lovely well spread out property with vintage style suites with big balconies. Colonial style appointment and well-maintained rooms and facilities.Two tennis courts add the icing on the cake.
VIVANTA BY TAJ – WHITEFIELD:
Mr. Arvind Neema, likes to enjoy the open spaces, service and food of Taj Vivanta every time he visits and stays there. It’s location and other benefits easily make it one of the most sought after places in Bangalore. This according to him is one of the best business hotels in the city .its on M G Road, which is in heart of city. Beautifully done up and very popular place with great rooms and even better room service
There these were the feedbacks I got from my family and friends. Where we finally decide to lodge is still to be seen, but by now hope you have made up your mind :)!!