November 4, 2015

Resorts in Bangalore

Bangaloreans are well known for their love for vacations. Weekends are mostly spent outside Bangalore, the Silicon Valley of India. Hectic work schedules clubbed with exciting long weekends make most city dwellers leave for quick getaways from the city. Bangalore being ideally located, there is no dearth of places for one to find an escape. Located anywhere between 150 km and 250 km, there are numerous exciting destinations such as Mysore, Coorg, Wayanad, Ooty, Bandipur, and Chikmagalur.

However, most of these require a good amount of time to plan, book and chalk out the itinerary. Also, many of these places would need a minimum of 3– 4 days to explore to do justice to it. When it is just a weekend, the options dwindle, but the itchy feet as always crave for city breaks. Weekend vacations have become quite frequent outings, and are like power naps. They give the much-required break and energise you, however short they are. 

At distances as short as 50 Kms, there are numerous resorts in Bangalore that have sprung up on Mysore road, Kanakapura road, off international airport road, Sarjapur road, etc. Angsana resort, Eagleton golf resort, Elim resort, Goldfinch retreat, Our Native Village, Wonderla resort, etc. are some of the most well known and sought after ones in the outskirts of the city. Set amidst a serene locality, away from the maddening crowd, traffic and pollution, these resorts have become the most sought-after weekend getaways. Facilities and activities include sprawling gardens, large swimming pools, various indoor games, spas, and much more. Many resorts also have numerous activities for children; some even promote yoga. Some like ‘Our Native Village’ try to bring in the rustic village charm with pottery classes and bullock cart rides within the premises. Add to this cosy rooms, quality service, and delicious food, and it sums up a wonderful weekend break away from Bangalore. However, these getaways are slowly catching up with the Bangalore crowd, and it is advised to book the rooms much in advance.

With many options to choose from, weekends in Bangalore are no more confined to mall crawling and street walking. Instead, it is all about breathing some fresh air away from civilization, amidst greenery and serenity.


This is a sponsored post, however opinions are my own.

6 comments:

  1. Been to some of these resorts and they provide memorable experience.

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  2. It is not the city but the crowd that resides there due to IT industry that makes them such a weekend trip lover... or so I feel :)

    Richa

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  3. Wow..I think Iam missing on a lot of good restaurants .. plan to visit the ones you mentioned soon :)

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  4. Our native village is a really very interesting and charming place. And Angsana is so classy. It looks like Bangalore is spoilt for choice when it comes to staycations. :)

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  5. Have been to a resort in Bangalore last year. and we had a wonderful time there.
    A Rat's​ ​Nibble

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  6. Bangalore, the Silicon Valley of India. Chaotic work routines clubbed with energizing long weekends make most city occupants leave for fast getaways from the city. When it is only a weekend, the alternatives decrease, however the irritated feet as dependably desire for city breaks. Weekend get-aways have turned out to be entirely visit excursions, and are similar to In case you're searching for long visits in Kerala picking kochi taxi cabs is that the best decision, similar to Cochin taxi administration.They offer the quite required reprieve and stimulate you, however short they are.Many resorts likewise have various exercises for kids; a few even advance yoga. Some like 'Our Native Village' attempt to acquire the natural town charm with earthenware classes and bullock truck rides inside of the premises. Add to this comfortable rooms, quality administration, and delightful sustenance, and it aggregates up an awesome weekend split far from Bangalore.

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