Alila Bangalore in India’s garden city welcomed its first guests this month, offering a new and stylish option for travellers visiting the region for business and pleasure alike.
Designed by award-winning London-based architects, Allies and Morrison, Alila Bangalore is set in a tranquil oasis in a beautiful suburb of the city, seamlessly combining stylish and innovative design and locally inspired interiors with a commitment to environmentally aware practices.
The 101 contemporary Studio Rooms feature private balconies and merge a practical workspace with high-tech amenities and luxurious living quarters. The 12 SOHO Suites, the first of their kind in India, provide a separate living area with guest bathroom, ideal for use as an office or meeting room. The seven Leisure Suites feature over-sized daybeds on the balcony and are the perfect couples’ retreat. For a home away from home for families or longer stays, two 506-sqm. Alila Residences comprise a living room, kitchen, three bedrooms, library, large balcony and maid’s quarters.
The hotel is also committed to putting the fun back into business travel by offering guests the opportunity to enjoy the lighter side of India’s IT capital. For pure relaxation, locally inspired beauty and wellness treatments using the curative properties of fresh, natural ingredients to be indulged at Spa Alila,
Unique pieces by renowned local bronze sculptor Dimpy Menon adorn the rooms and public areas offering Alila’s local flavor to the hotel. The hotel’s Alila Personal Preference Menu will also ensure a tailor-made experience for each and every guest.
The opening of Alila Bangalore is another significant step in the expansion of Asia’s leading luxury boutique hotels and resorts operator. It follows in the footsteps of the hugely successful launch of Alila Diwa Goa in December 2009, which also has opened a new exclusive Diwa Wing this year. Alila’s expansion plans also include further Indian developments in the southern state of Kerala.