Serviced Accommodation, Aparthotels and Serviced Apartments in Bangalore

Situ’s selection of serviced apartments in Bangalore has been chosen especially for those travelling for business. Experience a relaxing home-from-home in our Bangalore accommodation where guests can enjoy a fully-equipped kitchen, a comfortable bed, and a private and flexible space. Our serviced apartments in Bangalore are conveniently located and have everything that the corporate traveller needs for a successful trip.
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About Bangalore


Bangalore is a rapidly growing city that is known as the hub of India’s burgeoning IT sector. It’s also noted for its superb architecture, especially the royal palaces, and for the diverse range of Indian and international cuisine on offer here.

About Bangalore

Why Choose Serviced Apartments in Bangalore?

Situ’s serviced apartments in Bangalore offer both privacy, space, and flexibility for your business trip.

Our carefully-selected range of apartments in the city is available for both short- and long-term lets. Aparthotels in Bangalore offer on-site facilities such as business meeting rooms, gyms, and receptions.

In these furnished and well-equipped properties, guests can expect to have access to a free Wi-Fi connection, fully-equipped kitchens, washing facilities, and an in-house laundry service. A spacious living room and dining room area can also be found here. At Situ you’ll find smart properties with dedicated working areas, as well as the space that luxury apartments in Bangalore can offer.

When travelling for business, you’re sure to find serviced apartments in Bangalore both comfortable and welcoming. 


Where is Bangalore?

Bangalore (sometimes called Bengaluru) is a city in southern central India. It’s the capital and largest conurbation of the state of Karnataka. You’ll find Bangalore in the south-east of the state on the Karnataka Plateau - indeed the city is situated at an altitude of almost 1000 metres. 

From Bangalore, it’s 219 miles in an easterly direction to Chennai. Mumbai is 522 miles to the north-west. New Delhi, the nation’s capital, is 1,060 miles north of Bangalore. 

The population of Bangalore is approximately 8.5 million, with about another four million people residing in the city’s larger metropolitan area. This makes it one of the thirty most populous cities in the world. 

The principal language spoken in the city is Kannada, but English is also widely spoken, especially among the business community. Indeed, the fact that many people speak English here is one of the reasons why Bangalore is home to the call centres of many international companies. The currency of India is the rupee, and 100 paise make up a rupee. 

Bangalore has direct flights from cities across Europe, the USA, and the Middle East. Once you’ve arrived, it’s easy to get around on the city’s metro trains. 


Business in Bangalore

Bangalore is the third largest city in India and is well-known as the centre of the country’s information technology industry, indeed it has been described as India’s Silicon Valley. 

Other significant industries in the city include telecommunications, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, textiles, banking, financial services, and food processing. 

The Bengaluru Innovation Report 2019 was jointly written by several investment companies and says that the city’s Gross Domestic Product will increase by 8.5% per annum until 2035. This will make Bangalore the fastest-growing city in the world. 

The same report says that 37% of the city’s population is aged between 15 and 35, which only enhances its economic potential. 

There are many start-up enterprises in Bangalore, there are also internationally recognised companies with a presence in the city. These include Infosys, Google, Amazon, Samsung, Intel, IBM, HP, KPMG, Goldman Sachs, and American Express. 

Business networking opportunities in Bangalore are offered by the following organisations.

- BNI Bangalore, which seeks to help businesses grow via referrals. 

- Bangalore Business Strategy Start-up Meetup where attendees exchange ideas and strategies.


Things To Do in Bangalore

Bangalore is often referred to as the Garden City. Lalbagh Botanical Garden has many ornamental plant species, while Cubbon Park boasts incredibly diverse wildlife. In the area surrounding Madiwala Lake you can see numerous exotic birds. 

Every February, the locals celebrate the greenery of their city in the Neralu Tree Festival. Events include talks, tree planting, guided walks, and live performances of song and dance. 

There are certainly many historic places to visit in Bangalore. Some of the most striking buildings in the city are the former royal residences. The design of the Bangalore Palace was inspired by Windsor Castle, while Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace, constructed in teak hardwood in the 18th century, is a stunning example of Islamic architecture. 

India simply loves cricket, and the Indian Premier League competition is one of the country’s most successful sporting projects, where some of the world’s leading players go head-to-head. If you get the chance, go to the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium to watch the home team, Royal Challengers Bangalore, play in this league. The matchday atmosphere here really is incredible. 

In southern cities such as Bangalore, the cuisine is largely based on seafood dishes, while in northern India they eat more meat. There are also some great international restaurants. 

Whatever you choose to do in this amazing city, you can be sure that a serviced apartment in Bangalore will help you to make the most of your trip.



By Air

Kempegowda International Airport is approximately 18 miles north of Bangalore. It’s the third largest airport in India, serving almost 100 destinations worldwide. These include London (Heathrow), Paris, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Munich, San Francisco, Seattle, Seoul, Tokyo, Dubai, Kuala Lumpur, and Singapore.

Flights from Kempegowda also go to Indian cities including Chennai, Goa, Kolkata, Mumbai, and New Delhi.

By Rail

India has the largest railway network in the world. Bangalore has inter-city connections to cities such as Mumbai, Hyderabad, Kerala, and New Delhi.

The main city railway station in Bangalore is called Krantivira Sangolli Rayanna, or KSR. There are typically several departures per day on each route. As India is a large country the journeys can be very long indeed – it might take almost 48 hours to get to New Delhi.
There are also trains to local destinations such as Hassan, Hindupur, Hosur, Marikuppam, and Bangarapet; as well as to Kempegowda Airport.

By Metro

The partially-underground Namma Metro system has two lines (purple and green) and serves approximately forty stations in and around the city. Trains operate every five minutes at peak hours and every twelve minutes in the evening, until around 11pm.

By Bus

There are hundreds of bus routes serving Bangalore and its outskirts. The main bus station is opposite KSR railway station and is known as Kempegowda Bus Station, or Majestic Bus Station.

The city is also served by inter-city buses to Chennai, Hubli, Tirupati, Salem, Coimbatore, Pune, and Hyderabad.

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