Serviced Apartments Hebbal
Once known as the most northern point of Bengaluru, Hebbal is now well-connected to central Bengaluru due to the area’s rapid expansion inspired by technology. Located in a strategic position and in close proximity to the Bengaluru International Airport, Hebbal forms an intersection point for all the roads that lead in and out of Bengaluru.
In contrast to the industrial centre of Bengaluru, Hebbal Lake is a serene escape from the city centre. People in and around Bengaluru frequently visit the lake, where one can go boating whilst recuperating. IT professionals typically occupy the area.
The IT parks and commercial hubs in and around the locality have influenced the area’s developments. Its proximity to the Bengaluru Airport has ensured that infrastructure surrounding the areas has continued to be developed.
Serviced Apartments in Vinayaka Layout, Hebbal
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Serviced apartments in Hebbal
Bengaluru has rapidly grown over the past twenty years. In turn, demand for serviced accommodation in Bengaluru has rapidly increased. Uniting chic design, function and convenience, thesqua.re’s apartments are replete with high-speed internet, 24-hour concierge services, 24-hour security, a gym and a swimming pool.
Our extended stay apartments feature stunning interiors, a fully equipped kitchen, a comfortable living space, a stylishly tiled bathroom and a capacious living space.
Culture & shopping in Hebbal
Hebbal contains a collection of traditional and contemporary shopping experiences. Esteem Mall, Elements Mall and Orion Mall offer comprehensive shopping facilities, ranging from boutique stores to chain stores in addition to restaurants and cafes.
Hebbal’s most popular destination is Hebbal Lake- an area known for its park, boating facilities, and bird watching opportunities. The transport connections in Hebbal allow access to central Bengaluru’s tourist attractions such as the opulent palaces, theme parks and temples.
Getting around in Hebbal
The Hebbal flyover connects the Outer Ring Road and the Bellary Road, which is a part of the national highway NH-7 leading to one of India’s other major cities- Hyderabad. The Outer Ring Road grants residents access to central Bengaluru.
In terms of public transport, the primary BMTC bus station is below the Hebbal flyover. There are Volvo and regular BMTC buses carrying passengers to locations across the city. Furthermore, citizens often travel via rickshaws and cabs over short distances.
Only 30km from Hebbal, Bengaluru International Airport is connected via the BIAL (Bangalore International Airport Limited).