Appropriate for the Garden City of India, the Taj West End is set amidst 18 acres of landscaped grounds.
Built in 1887, Bangalore’s oldest hotel started life as a ten-room, English-run boarding house, a past hardly recognizable in today's luxurious property. Appropriate for the Garden City of India, it is set amidst 18 acres of landscaped grounds, with rooms and villas spread across the estate between century-old banyan trees and fragrant flowerbeds. The style of the British Raj is also evident in the stately lobby, which is dominated by a central skylight and dark-walnut-wood walls, while the three in-house restaurants provide truly international cuisine: Blue Ginger is the city’s first Vietnamese restaurant; and the Masala Club, where guests can grill their meals on spice-rubbed hot stones.
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