Propping up Bangalore’s IT corridor are our uber-convenient Kadubeesanahalli serviced apartments. Ideal for commuters of Vrindavan Tech Village and the International Tech Park Bangalore, this full-service home-from-home is the perfect professional pad.
Our serviced apartments are elegant, spacious and private, finished with sumptuous furnishings for your comfort. Large bedrooms include air conditioning, a desk, safe and an en suite bathroom complete with fluffy towels, toiletries and hot and cold water around the clock.
The smart yet inviting living room boasts a stylish suite and is completed by French doors leading out on to the private balcony; your petite al fresco retreat. The modular kitchen and breakfast room includes all utensils and modern conveniences you’d expect at home plus dining space for up to four people.
From within your serviced apartment you can expect complimentary Wi-Fi, 24-hour room service, daily housekeeping, wake-up call upon request, babysitting service and an on-demand pantry service delivering your local food shop direct to your room. Beyond your apartment facilities include the on-site restaurant ‘Celery’ open for breakfast (from 07:00), lunch and dinner (until 23:30), Fitness centre, plunge pool and children’s pool, luggage storage, taxis upon request and Business Suite including a boardroom. The dedicated concierge team are eager to assist with reservations, tickets and recommendations.
Our “Silicon Valley” serviced apartments are an ideal base from which to conduct business around Kadubeesanahalli. No request of the service team is too big or too small, allowing you to focus on the bigger stuff.
Many parts of Bangalore have been impacted by the vastly expanding tech industry, but arguably none more so than the areas surrounding Kadubeesanahalli. Home to Cisco, Intel, Accenture, Symphony, JP Morgan, Infosys, Ericsson, Honeywell and many more global tech giants, this region has seen mind-boggling developments. Those travelling for business will appreciate the proximity to these HQs, Vrindavan Tech Village, the ITPL and beyond. A robust transport network serves the city and makes it relatively simple to navigate Bangalore’s many neighbourhoods and districts.
For those visiting for pleasure, the region has much to offer. Not only will you be likely to spend more time in the plunge pool but you’ll be mesmerized by Bangalore Palace and Fort inspired by England’s Windsor Castle, the 240 acres of Lal Bagh Botanical Garden, the ornate ISKCON Krishna temple and the fascinating 18th Century Tipu’s Palace now a museum dedicated to the Hyder-Tipu regime.
As expected from any cosmopolitan Bangalorean neighbourhood the streets surrounding the complex are dotted with cute cafes, understated pubs, flashy bars and long-standing local cuisine. International dining is embraced by the young here but one can still pick up a cracking dosa in traditional family-run eateries.