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Budget hotels in Bangalore
Budget travelers might stay at Electric Cats Annexe, which has simple rooms with free parking and a free private carpark and comes at 14US$ per night. Those on a budget, can try Treebo Akshaya Mayflower, about 1.4 km from Ethnic Bazaar. Safina Hotel is a budget choice that is less than a 10-minute walk from Mahatma Gandhi Road metro station and 1.9 km to Cantonment Railway train station.
Proximity to public transport
Consider the 3-star Oyo 27798 Hotel Cosmopolitan, which is convenient for getting to Bangalore International airport. Hotels such as Hotel Vt Orchid and Grand Inn are located a short walk from Sir M Visvesvaraya metro station. Remain flexible during your stay and consider a hotel close to Cantonment Railway railway station, such as Chandra Residency and Fortune Select Jp Cosmos, located only a 10-minute walk from the station.
Convenience of staying in the city center
For travelers who would like to stay a little closer to the city centre, the 4-star The Pride Hotel Bangalore with a sauna and an indoor swimming pool is the ideal choice. Another option is Empire International Church Street in the city center, which is also a 5-minute walk from Angeethi. With an outdoor swimming pool, a golf course and a Jacuzzi, stunning views of the garden, the lake and the city, Vivanta By Taj - M G Road is a great base to explore MG Road district.
Choose a hotel next to Tasveer, such as Museum Inn, which is located 10 minutes' walk away. Select a hotel next to Viduraswatha, such as Hotel Vintage Residency that is only a 5-minute walk away.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
Goldfinch Retreat offers luxurious accommodation and a tennis court, an outdoor swimming pool and a sauna. The Curzon Court is a stylish 3-star boutique hotel that is famous for its atmosphere. If you are used to the comfort and style of chain hotels, pick Goldfinch, which is also a 15-minute walk away from Maha Bodhi Society Temple.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
Oyo 24184 Home Elegant Stay Hsr Layout is a B&B located a 20-minute walk from Kaikondrahalli Lake. Arra Suites is a great family hotel with an outdoor swimming pool and a sun terrace, which has beautiful views over the garden, the city and the terrace. Hyatt Bangalore Mg Road is a resort hotel situated next to Appareddipalya Shopping Complex and has views of Ulsoor Lake and Silicon Valley.
Say "city of baked-beans".
This is an the English translation of the Indian ''Bengalooru'' or otherwise Bangalore. Apparently this name was given to the city by King Vira Ballala when he got lost in the area. The first he met there was old women who offered him boiled beans, thus legend says this is how the name Bangalore appeared.
Bangalore is a city of legends with both its origins and name lost in the mists of time. You can find out all of them on your own right there in Bangalore. Booked.net will help you to take your trip to Bangalore easy with comprehensive list of hotels in Bangalore. From cheap accommodation to one luxury appointed all listed with maps and secure forms at Booked.net.
There is also a belief that the first origins of Bangalore were found in the 9th century when the feudal lord Kempe Gowda was hunting there and a rabbit turned and attacked his dog. It caused a great impression on the lord and he said: ''This is a place of heroes'' therefore in 1537 he constructed there a fort.
Since then Bangalore has changed hands several times, but a turning point occurred in 1831 when the British took control. With them arrived telecommunication systems, rail connections, government buildings and the most of today's architecture. Attractions include;
- Vidhana Soudham, the legislative House of the State of Karnataka was built by Sri K. Hanumanthaiya, Chief Minister of the Mysore state
- Bangalore Palace, a child of Maharajahs of Mysore
- Tipu Sultan's Palace, a place to rest for Tipu sultan since 1970
- The Bull Temple, a typical Dravidian style temple that is famous for its bull statue
Architecture is not the only thing that the British brought. They laid the foundations for the industrial prosperity of Bangalore. Today it is booming with heavy industries, telecommunications and aerospace even more the city is recognized as Silicon Valley of India – this status signifies the city to be a hub for IT technologies.
This concentration of business within city's walls made it the most fast-growing area in India listed as a Global city alongside Geneva, Boston, Berlin and on. Consequently, migration from other parts of India and the world started as people decided to relocate to Bangalore for business and the city’s face become increasingly multicultural. About 5.8million of the population is composed of Muslims 13.37 percent, Christians 5.79 percent, and Jains 1.05 percent and so on.
Despite being industrial hub, Bangalore is still a place of interest for tourists as millions of them come annually to participate in the establishment of what is an up and coming spa destination. This is a side of the city that is just on the way to prosperity that will obviously take place due to climate peculiarities. Unlike other Indian cities, Bangalore is temperate in climate even during its summer days with temperatures rarely reaching 30degC.
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