Serviced Apartments in Indiranagar

Top Furnished Apartments in Indiranagar

Indiranagar is a vibrant and bustling locality in Bangalore with a flourishing nightlife and dining circuit. The 100 Feet Road comes alive in the evenings with its numerous pubs, cafes, restaurants and craft breweries alike. The crowd here is young, hip and stylish. Daytime witnesses the entire area transforming into a popular hub for shopping with its fashion outlets, boutiques, indie labels and global brand stores along with quirky stores with handicrafts and homeware products alike.

Here are the Top Serviced Apartments Indiranagar:

Our serviced apartments Indiranagar offer the best amenities and facilities to guests. You can expect everything from free Wi-Fi and well-equipped kitchens to all necessary appliances among other features.

Where to Stay in Indiranagar

Staying in Indiranagar promises to be a fun experience with the sheer entertainment, dining, shopping, clubbing and nightlife options around you. Key areas worth considering include HAL 1st, 3rd and 2nd Stages along with Defence Colony, Michael Palya, Kodihalli, New/Old Thippasandra, Kasturi Nagar, Jeevanbheemanagar, CV Raman Nagar, GM Palya, Ulsoor, Old Madras Road and Old Airport Road.

 

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Facts About Indiranagar

Indiranagar was first planned back in the 1960s and 1970s and has gradually transformed into a charming neighborhood. It is one of the poshest residential and commercial areas in Bangalore. It has tree-lined streets with broad lanes and umpteen pubs, cafes, showrooms, stores and restaurants along with parks and other open spaces. Indiranagar is one of the best places to live in Bangalore.

Here are some interesting facts about Indiranagar:

  • Indiranagar is one of Bangalore’s costliest residential and commercial areas.
  • It came up in the 1970s as a BDA Layout and took its name from ex-Prime Minister of the country, Indira Gandhi.
  • The locality was initially a quaint suburb with bungalows and independent homes, mostly accommodating employees in the public sector and Army/defense personnel.
  • The IT boom in the late 1990s led to Indiranagar’s commercial boom along with its arterial Chinmaya Mission Hospital and 100 Feet Roads. The commercial sector boomed in this zone with more shops being established.
  • Indiranagar has two stages, with the first one being the bigger of the two. Previous villages like Lakshmipuram, Doopanahalli and Kodihalli and adjacent BDA layouts are mostly taken as part of the neighborhood today.
  • The Namma Metro Purple Line goes through this locality with two stations for residents.
  • Indiranagar is well connected to other areas via BMTC buses and other public transportation facilities.

Weather in Indiranagar

The weather is mostly comfortable throughout the year. September to March is the best time to visit. The month of January is the driest and coldest while September is the wettest month. Rainfall is steady between May and August while March is the sunniest month. In general, people visit Indiranagar round the year except for the peak monsoon months.

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