An important neighborhood of Bangalore, Malleswaram boasts a central location, hordes of offices and educational institutions, closeness to popular attractions and lotsof greenery. This is the reason hotels in Malleswaram Bangalore are sought-after by such a large number of people coming to the city.The area has an array of premium, 3 star, and budget hotels; and those leaning towards going for the last category can book a room with FabHotels. As an alternative to staying in Malleswaram, you can also pick budget hotels in Rajajinagar like FabHotelRekha Residency, which has rooms equipped with modern amenities for a hassle-free experience.
About Malleswaram, Bangalore
A northern suburb of Bangalore, Malleswaram has quite a long history, stretching all the way back to the end of the 19th century. Even in those times, it was a popular residential area, which is proved by the fact that the great Nobel Prize winner, CV Raman, lived here once. In the present times, the locality has been popular as a cultural center as there are loads of temples here. Its significance also stems from the fact that offices of the Coffee Board of India, Karnataka Forest Department, Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board, Road Transport Department, Karnataka Examinations Authority Sub Registrar are either in the locality or nearby. Another reason for budget hotels in Malleswaram being in brisk business is that a lot of students from all parts of the country come for admissions to the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) which is nearby.
Shopping and Restaurants near Malleswaram, Bangalore
If you like shopping, then Malleswaram will come as a sweet surprise to you as there are loads of retail hubs in the area. While staying at hotels in Malleswaram West Bangalore, you can explore Mantri Square Mall and Malleswaram Market. The adjacent locality of Rajajinagar is an equally paradisiacal place for shopaholics, with options like Srirampura Cloth Street Junction, Orion Mall, GT World Mall, West Gate Mall and Corporation Market.
Travelers looking for restaurants in Malleswaram will not be disappointed either as they arehuge in number and variety. Al Bek, Gullu’s Chats, Rasa, Domino’s Pizza, Hallimane, CTR, Asha Food Camp, Maiyas Restaurant, Chung’s Chinese Corner, KC Das Sweets, The Higher Taste, 1522 The Pub, Galaxy Club, Pebble The Jungle Lounge, Just Bake, Imperio, Café Coffee Day and Sai Shakti are the best places to satisfy your hunger in Malleswaram apart from the even larger number of dining venues at the malls all around.
Tourist Attractions near Malleswaram, Bangalore
Guests of hotels in Malleswaram 8th Cross can enjoy some much-needed peace and quietness at Sanjay Tank and the lush parks around it. Other tourist attractions near the neighborhood include:
• Bangalore Palace (3.5 km)
• Indira Gandhi Musical Fountain Park (5.1 km)
• Fun World Amusement Park (5.2 km)
• Cubbon Park (5.3 km)
• Visvesvaraya Industrial & Technological Museum (6.5 km)
How to Reach Malleswaram, Bangalore
You will be delighted to know that reaching Malleswaram is no problem asMantri Square Sampage Metro Station on the Green Line is just adjacent to it. Alternatively, you can also get down at Srirampura and Sandal Soap Factory stations that are also on the Green Line of Bangalore Metro. You can even take a suburban train to Malleswaram Railway Station from several locations within the city, including Bangalore City Railway Station, which is merely 3.8 km by road. Majestic or Kempegowda Bus Station, which is directly connected to Malleswaram by metro, is just across the street from the railhead. Kempegowda International Airport, one of the busiest in India, is 32.8 km from the locality. In case you want to do cultural exploration on your trip, you can take a bus, cab or train to Mysore. Two of the best economy hotels in Mysore are FabHotel Le Citi Inn and FabHotel Dawn.