The international boom in the IT industry got India in its wake as well and the city that benefited most out of it is Bangalore, the capital of the Indian state of Karnataka. By now, Bangalore is the biggest IT hub in India and a number of renowned Indian and international software development companies have camped in Bangalore. Before the IT boom, Bangalore was better known as the ‘garden city’ and the hotels in Bangalore catered mostly to tourists and government officials since the city is home to a number of government institute headquarters. Well into the 21st century, Bangalore entertains IT giants, corporate tycoons from all over the world who visit the city off and on.
While the Bangalore hotels come in great variety, it is the luxury hotels that deserve special mention. Almost all renowned hospitality groups in India have their establishments in Bangalore. The Taj Hotels group operates the Taj West End in Bangalore; The Oberoi is a venture of the Oberoi group; then there is the Le Meridien and also the Windsor Sheraton and Towers of the ITC group. With the leaders in the hospitality jostling for space to put up a property at Bangalore, premium accommodation in Bangalore is easy to find.
The M G Road is the liveliest spot in Bangalore when it comes to shopping and eating out. You will find all the apparel and fashion brands along with the best of restaurants on the M G Road at Bangalore. Among the premium hotels, the Taj Residency and the Park Hotel Bangalore are located on the M G Road. The budget or economy class hotels in Bangalore on the other hand are located close to the railway station since the budget class travelers prefer traveling by trains. Hotels in Bangalore thus are available in plenty and can provide every outsider to the city with a comfortable bed to spend the night on.
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