Bangalore is known as India’s Silicon Valley. Coyle Hospitality works with local hotels to provide great service to visiting IT specialists.
Enjoying a year-round pleasant climate with soft breezes and temperatures in the 80s, situated at 3,000 above sea level, Bangalore is India’s third-largest city, sprouting high-rises like twigs in the spring.
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Bangalore: An Oasis of Green, Capital of Tech
Home to pubs, music festivals and rock concerts, Bangalore is simultaneously known as India’s garden city for its greenery and as India’s Silicon Valley for its high concentration of information technology businesses and entrepreneurs.
There’s more to Bangalore than business. Gardens, temples and markets are waiting to be explored. Bangalore Palace is built to resemble Windsor Castle, and there’s even a cathedral and a basilica in town. Don’t miss the frescoes at Tipu Sultan Palace situated behind the KR Market. Visit Mysore with its Maharajah’s Palace, 2.5 hours away via the train. Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary is along the way and well worth a visit.
The Oberoi is the traveler’s choice for 2013 on TripAdvisor. Bangalore’s newest hotel, JW Marriott has a great location in UB City, a 13-acre development opened in 2008 as India’s first luxury shopping mall. Known as The Collection, this is destination dining at its best in Bangalore, at such show stoppers as Khansma and Sol City. Open air dining is complemented by open air dancing venues, as the nightlife in UB City takes off after dark at towering nightspots like Skyye and Japanese-inspired Shiro. This was Bangalore’s tallest building just a few years ago, already dwarfed by two bigger skyscrapers. Downstairs, pull up a seat at City Bar, a cocktail lounge with karaoke — but without walls.