A multifaceted metropolis often called the “Silicon Valley of India,” the southern state of Karnataka’s cosmopolitan capital has become, in recent years, a hub for avant-garde dining, cutting-edge theater and design, and, of course, technology.
Travel back in time at the ITC Windsor, housed in a restored Raj-era manor with its original colonial architecture, including elegant colonnades and balustrades, fluted pillars, and Georgian windows.
Designed to make solo female travelers feel more comfortable, the Eva Floor is an entire floor of luxury rooms reserved for women traveling on their own.
As Asia’s first LEED Platinum-rated Green Hotel, we even make sure our dining experiences are eco-friendly. Dine at the open-air Lotus Pavilion garden island restaurant with its grass-topped roof.
The ITC Gardenia was the first hotel in India to have a rooftop helipad, a feature that’s popular with the tech titans who frequent Bengaluru.