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QLI Camp an Outbound Training Centre

Campsite
57.3km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
New
0
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

QLI Camp an Outbound Training Centre is featured with comfy beds and free wifi.... More...

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Cuckoo Hostel & Commune

Hostel
5.1km from city centre - Show on Map
3.9
Rating 71
Free WiFi

Cuckoo Hostel & Commune, your home at Bengaluru, is a living art gallery, a place to socialize, learn and let yo... More...

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Springs Hotel and Spa

Hotel
2.1km from city centre - Show on Map
10.0
Superb 1
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Nearby is the Bull Temple and the national wild life park Bannerghatta.... More...

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Hotel Palm Suite

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4.7km from city centre - Show on Map
10.0
Superb 2
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Hotel Palm Suite provides a family-friendly environment along with the finest services and facilities.... More...

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Hotel Bangalore Gate

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1.7km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 11
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Hotel Bangalore Gate is leading 3 star hotel in Bangalore located very close to Bangalore City Railway station, Majestic & Gandhinagar. Famed India's biggest shopping mall MANTRI SQUARE, MG Road,... More...

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Mass Residency

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7km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 150
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

The Mass Residency Bangalore is located conveniently in south Bangalores Silicon Valley, close to the Jayadeva flyover & is only a walking distance from one of the land marks (Shoppers Stop) on th... More...

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Social Rehab Hostel

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5km from city centre - Show on Map
4.3
Rating 56
Free WiFi

The hostel offers comfy beds, FREE internet & Wi-Fi, FREE lockers, FREE bag storage, FREE map, FREE hot showers, 24 hr. reception and kitchen.... More...

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Kingston Palace Hotel

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4.8km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 3
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Kingston Palace Hotel is easily reachable from airport by bus (airport service buses) every 30 minutes.... More...

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T.A.P. Paradise Hotel

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1.5km from city centre - Show on Map
2.6
Rating 22

Hotel T.A.P. Paradise is our maiden venture with 50 beautifully Crafted rooms offering Comfort... More...

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Casa Cottage

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1.4km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 5
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

A heritage cottage (1915) restored in style with all modern comforts. Our hospitality is well recognized by all international travelers and is well known by all international travels guides since 25 y... More...

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Tulip Inn Bangalore

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3.3km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating
0
Free WiFi

Located 900 m from Bangalore Palace in Bangalore, Hotel Tulip Inn Bangalore features an accommodation, a restaurant and free Wi Fi.... More...

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Bangalore, often called Bengaluru locally, is the capital city of Karnataka, a state in southern India. As the centre of India’s tech industry it’s one of the most modern cities in the country, with good transport links and green initiatives. Unlike the rest of India, Bangalore enjoys a moderate climate year-round, making for a welcome break from the heat during summer months.

We have a wide range of hostels in Bangalore to suit every type of traveller, whether you prefer to stay in fun dorms or cosy privates. This city is tech central, so expect free Wi-Fi as standard in most hostels. If you’re into boutique-style accommodation, look out for a hostel with rustic dorms and a colourful rooftop terrace where you can practise yoga every morning. In fact, all hostels in Bangalore have similarly chilled vibes. Several also have co-working spaces ideal for digital nomads. To save even more on your hostel stay, keep an eye out for those that offer free breakfast or have a communal kitchen where you can cook up a storm.

Lots of our Bangalore hostels are located in Indiranagar, the city’s busiest nightlife and entertainment hub. By day explore its streets of funky shops and markets, and by night party with Bangalore’s cool crowd in the city’s most popular bars and clubs. There are also hostels in the city centre that’ll allow you to be close to the city’s main attractions, including the incredible Bangalore Palace and the beautiful Cubbon Park, the perfect spot to take a break among nature in the middle of the busy city. The beautiful temples of the Ulsoor neighbourhood are not to be missed, and are a massive draw for travellers and locals alike.

Though not as visited as other Indian cities, there’s still lots to do in Bangalore. The biggest attraction is Bangalore Palace, a Tudor-style castle with towering turrets and colourful stained-glass windows. Navigating KR Market will give you an authentic taste of local life in Bangalore as you haggle over flowers, spices and fruit. Another thing not to miss is the stunning Hindu Bull Temple, Bangalore’s most visited religious site. It features an image of Nandi, the sacred bull, carved into the side of a huge granite rock.

Like other Indian cities, getting around Bangalore can feel chaotic, but it benefits from a reliable subway system known as the Namma Metro, with two lines serving the city’s most important districts. A dedicated bus route covers the city, and is cheap and surprisingly easy to use – just beware of the crowds at rush hour. For shorter journeys an auto-rickshaw is a speedy option, but be sure to agree a price first. Kempegowda International Airport Bengaluru is 40km from the city centre. The airport bus is the most cost-efficient way to take the journey, which takes around 2 hours.

We have 41 hostels in Bangalore with an average rating of 8.0 based on 814 reviews 41 of 41 properties available in Bangalore

About Bangalore

Bangalore, often called Bengaluru locally, is the capital city of Karnataka, a state in southern India. As the centre of India’s tech industry it’s one of the most modern cities in the country, with good transport links and green initiatives. Unlike the rest of India, Bangalore enjoys a moderate climate year-round, making for a welcome break from the heat during summer months.

We have a wide range of hostels in Bangalore to suit every type of traveller, whether you prefer to stay in fun dorms or cosy privates. This city is tech central, so expect free Wi-Fi as standard in most hostels. If you’re into boutique-style accommodation, look out for a hostel with rustic dorms and a colourful rooftop terrace where you can practise yoga every morning. In fact, all hostels in Bangalore have similarly chilled vibes. Several also have co-working spaces ideal for digital nomads. To save even more on your hostel stay, keep an eye out for those that offer free breakfast or have a communal kitchen where you can cook up a storm.

Lots of our Bangalore hostels are located in Indiranagar, the city’s busiest nightlife and entertainment hub. By day explore its streets of funky shops and markets, and by night party with Bangalore’s cool crowd in the city’s most popular bars and clubs. There are also hostels in the city centre that’ll allow you to be close to the city’s main attractions, including the incredible Bangalore Palace and the beautiful Cubbon Park, the perfect spot to take a break among nature in the middle of the busy city. The beautiful temples of the Ulsoor neighbourhood are not to be missed, and are a massive draw for travellers and locals alike.

Though not as visited as other Indian cities, there’s still lots to do in Bangalore. The biggest attraction is Bangalore Palace, a Tudor-style castle with towering turrets and colourful stained-glass windows. Navigating KR Market will give you an authentic taste of local life in Bangalore as you haggle over flowers, spices and fruit. Another thing not to miss is the stunning Hindu Bull Temple, Bangalore’s most visited religious site. It features an image of Nandi, the sacred bull, carved into the side of a huge granite rock.

Like other Indian cities, getting around Bangalore can feel chaotic, but it benefits from a reliable subway system known as the Namma Metro, with two lines serving the city’s most important districts. A dedicated bus route covers the city, and is cheap and surprisingly easy to use – just beware of the crowds at rush hour. For shorter journeys an auto-rickshaw is a speedy option, but be sure to agree a price first. Kempegowda International Airport Bengaluru is 40km from the city centre. The airport bus is the most cost-efficient way to take the journey, which takes around 2 hours.