Known as the Garden City of India, Bangalore is an environmentally-friendly, forward-thinking city and one of the world’s fastest-growing urban areas. It has developed into a technology hub yet has stayed grounded in its history. Its balanced year-round climate yields eternally green gardens and rolling golf courses in a juxtaposition of intermingled hills and valleys and a cosmopolitan atmosphere.
Le Méridien Bangalore is a short drive from Bangalore Palace, NIMHANS, the Yeshwanthpur Business District, and IT parks like Manyata Tech Park. Shopping hubs—such as Commercial Street, MG Road, and Brigade Road—are also nearby.
The hotel is also surrounded by cultural and historical landmarks, from the winding corridors of power at Vidhana Soudha to the artistic presentations of dance and theatre at Chowdiah Memorial Hall and the green labyrinths of Lal Bagh Botanical Gardens. The National Gallery of Modern Art showcases numerous modern and contemporary artists, while Karnataka Chitrakala Parishat has produced many brilliant young artists. Seshadri Iyer Memorial in Cubbon Park and the Bull Temple—said to be the largest temple to Nandi, a sacred Hindu demigod—are also worth seeing.