Hotels in Bangalore
The garden City of India is aptly named. In the heart of the city, you will find many different gardens. Cubbon Park is 200 acres in the central core. It includes gardens and an interesting statue of Queen Victoria. Lal Bagh dates from 1760. These botanical gardens contain greenhouses and a lovely Rose Garden. EasyToBook.com makes finding a hotel in Bangalore facile. Extend your stay by selecting from several charming budget Bangalore hotels. You can then visit the State Legislature Building, Vidhana Soudha, and the Tipu Sultan’s elegant and ornate Summer Palace.The Sultan’s Palace (1789-1791) features pleasing carved wooden pillars. It differs from the Bangalore Palace which dates from 1887. In the very core of the city, it appears out of place. This building mimics Windsor and other Tudor-inspired castles. Inside, even the furnishing are Tudoresque. The Vidhana Soudha is an Indo-Davidian design. It consists of local granite. In the stone, you can see carvings in a floral motif. There is always the oldest Mosque in town, the Jumma Masjid. It is of brick and mortar with granite pillars featuring ornate “jail” work. From your Bangalore hotel, you can also plan a visit to St. Mark’s Cathedral (1808-1901), a model of St. Paul’s in England.