Are you one of those lone women traveler in Bangalore City? Why don’t you choose to stay and hangout in these places. We have picked some of the best hotels for lone women traveler.
LEMON TREE HOTEL ELECTRONIC CITY
Offering modern India-style rooms, Lemon Tree Hotel Electronics City, Bengaluru provides comfortable accommodations with access to an outdoor pool and gym. Providing free parking it has a 24-hours cafĂ©. Bangaloreâ€™s Lemon Tree Hotel Electronics is 15-minute drive from Koramangala district. It is 25 km from the railway station and 63 km from Bengaluru International Airport. Air-conditioned rooms at Lemon Tree Electronic City features warm shades of red and abstract prints. They come with ample work space and tea/coffee making amenities.
A well-equipped fitness center is available for full workouts. Staff at the 24-hour reception can provide business services. Guests can enjoy a rejuvenating spa at Fresco. The property has a huge conference area. Featuring outdoor dining, Citrus CafĂ© serves a variety of Western, Asian and local specialties. Guests enjoy a drink and play pool at the lounge. It will cost Rs 4,648 per night.
ROYAL MEENAKSHI MALL
Royal Meenakshi Mall is a joint venture between Vishala India and Commercial Developers and Shashank Narayan Property Developers. Royal Mennakshi Mall is South Bangaloreâ€™s first complete mall with a hypermarket, retail, F&B, entertainment and multiplex. It fulfills big need of South Bangalore when it comes to having quality retail shopping options as well as dining and entertainment options. Thus making it South Bangaloreâ€™s best leisure destination.
The mall is designed with a modern approach. All stores are atrium facing thus making it easy for shoppers to see in a single glance the options available. With its wide mix of retailers, it offers shoppers a wide range covering many product categories. The wide range of F&B and entertainment also gives resistant of the catchment different reasons to visit regularly and yet have a varied experience.
IBIS BENGALURU CITY CENTRE- AN ACCORHOTELS BRAND
Overlooking Cubbon Park in Bengaluru CBD, these moderns Ibis Bengaluru City Centre offers a restaurant, rooftop bar and rooms with great city views. Guests can also work out in the fitness center. All soundproofed rooms have en suite bathrooms with guest amenities. Each room has a flat-screen TV, small refrigerator and tea/coffee making facilities. Free high-speed internet access is available in all rooms.
Guests can start the day with the breakfast buffet, served each morning. Spice it Restaurant offers tasty cuisine using fresh local produce. The Hub Bar is a friendly place to enjoy drinks. It will cost Rs 5,599 per night.
In Bangalore, this hotel is half a kilometer from shopping and entertainment options at Mahatma Gandhi (M.G) Road. It features a gym, business center and rooms with free Wi-Fi access. The Elanza hotel, Bangalore is 4.8 km from the Bangalore city train station and 38.6 km from Bangalore International Airport. Perfect for lone women traveler in the City.
Equipped with hardwood floors, contemporary air-conditioned rooms feature a flat-screen TV with cable channels and a personal safe. In-room amenities to make tea and coffee, along with a minibar are included. The private bathroom comes with hot and cold showers and a hairdryer. Cafe at Elanza serves Indian delights, alongside Chinese and European favorites. The staff at The Elaza Hotelâ€™s 24-hour front desk can assist with luggage storage, laundry or ironing services. Travel arrangements can be made at the tour desk. They will cost Rs 4,500 per night.
1MG LIDO MALL
1MG Lido Mall is anchored by Food Hall, which is Indiaâ€™s finest gourmet supermarket and a flagship Marks and Spencer, one of their largest so far. 1 MG Lido Mall presents a hand-picked selection of some of the best retail stores India has, including M.A.C, Clinique. The Body Shop, Fabindia, Hidesign, Holii, Aldo, Clarkâ€™s and Global Desi, flagship of Nike and Puma. The coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, and the one and only, besides many other such respectable names.
(c) Bindu Gowda