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Vacation rentals in Bengaluru

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Top-rated vacation rentals in Bengaluru

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Private room in Bengaluru
Zen Bungalow Indiranagar (Solo Travellers)
This single person bedroom is just right for travellers. Set on the top most floor of the house with attached private bathroom & adjacent to common area of the terrace garden has a beautiful view - this room serves as a private & peaceful room for single traveller to rest & retire in. Kitchen access, utensils basic provisions & water filler are on ground floor shared with residents. Free access for entry / exit as house is guarded by security. 2 house cats & family lives inside the property.
$12 per night
Private room in Bengaluru
2D:Cozy Room,1KM to Brigade Tech Garden Brookfield
This classy non-smoking Airbnb room is designed to offer a positive & calm vibe in this chaotic world. Each room has an attached washroom and a small balcony attached to it. There's a common sit-out, community kitchen (with an electric induction stove for basic cooking) with a common refrigerator, washing machine & RO water purifier on the top floor. I welcome you to Home Awaits 357, your home away from home. PS: This is NOT a 1BHK or 2BHK flat. These are 35 single rooms in a Building.
$23 per night
Private room in Bengaluru
Comfy Penthouse Studio Apartment!
This is a perfectly situated single room in the heart of the Garden City with plenty of natural light. this apartment truly is a diamond in the rough. A back up generator, lift access, daily house keeping availability and 24/7 security are just a few of the many perks included with this magnificent apartment. This studio is ideally suitable for short stays / business trips.
$15 per night

Stay near Bengaluru's top sights

Photo of Cubbon Park
Cubbon Park60 locals recommend
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UB City52 locals recommend
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Lalbagh Botanical Garden111 locals recommend
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ISKCON Temple Bangalore34 locals recommend
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Bangalore Palace44 locals recommend
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Royal Meenakshi Mall12 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in Bengaluru

Tiny home in BTM Layout
Private loft near Beautiful Park
$12 per night
Private room in Pulikeshi Nagar
Swiss Town ‘’Close to MG Road’’ LIVE BY NATURE
$13 per night
Private room in Bengaluru
Independent 1 Room with attach toilet & Free Wi-Fi
$10 per night
Serviced apartment in Bengaluru
1BHK with WIFI-HSR Layout-Near Bellandur-TechPark
$23 per night
Private room in Hebbal
STUDIO Near Manyata T park ONLY FOR GIRLS & coulpe
$16 per night
Private room in Bengaluru
1 bedroom 10 minutes from center
$10 per night
Private room in BTM Layout
COUPLE FRIENDLY | Stylish Accommodation | WFH
$12 per night
Private room in Koramangala
Beautiful room with Balcony in Independent Villa
$21 per night
Rental unit in Koramangala
Urban Home - One Bedroom Home in Kormangala
$24 per night
Private room in BTM Layout
COUPLE FRIENDLY | Stylish Accommodation | WFH
$12 per night
Rental unit in Bengaluru
Elegant 1 BHK Apartment
$12 per night
Private room in Bengaluru
1F : Private 1 Room; Just 3KM to Marathahalli
$20 per night

Your guide to Bengaluru

All About Bengaluru

Located on the Deccan Plateau in South India, Bengaluru, also referred to as Bangalore, is the capital of Karnataka state. Bengaluru offers a striking blend of regal opulence, lush natural landscapes, and a thriving high-tech industry. From the office buildings of Indiranagar to the more serene, temple-filled Ulsoor, the city buzzes with hip cafes, restaurants, and quirky shops. In the evenings, tantalizing music pours out of nightclubs in neighborhoods like Koramangala and Bannerghatta, and microbreweries serve up award-winning craft beer.

Despite being India’s technological hub, Bengaluru preserves its charm in historical buildings, lively markets, and lush parks and gardens. Spend several days wandering around architectural gems such as the Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace and Vidhana Soudha palace, which offer a glimpse into Bengaluru’s past, or take a break from the urban hustle and bustle in green spaces such as Cubbon Park, Jaya Prakash Narayana Park, or the Lalbagh Botanical Garden.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Bengaluru?

The city’s high altitude creates different conditions from lowland south India. March through May makes up the summer season, when the daytime heat can be uncomfortable. The monsoons arrive in June and stay through September, when you’ll experience short, sharp downpours, but you can still expect outdoor events to take place — just make sure you have suitable footwear. Winter is marked by pleasantly warm days and cool nights, so you’ll need a light jacket.

Bengaluru’s packed cultural calendar provides exciting opportunities to experience the city’s beloved traditions and festivities. Falling either in March or April during the Kannada New Year, the city is flooded in a sea of colorful rangolis and decorations. Diwali, a festival of lights, takes place in November, where vibrant fireworks and lanterns illuminate the sky after sunset. At the end of the year, the city celebrates Habba, a festival featuring food and drink, craft exhibitions, and music and dance performances.

What are the top things to do in Bengaluru?

Bangalore Palace

The Bangalore Palace, built in 1878 for the Maharajah of the Kingdom of Mysore, is an architectural gem spanning 45,000 square feet. Modeled after Tudor and Scottish Gothic architecture, the facade of the two-level granite structure is covered in intricate details, many of them swallowed up in the vines that blanket its bottom half. The interior is equally ornamented in carved wood. You can meander through the landscaped gardens after admiring the interior.

Lalbagh Botanical Garden

The Lalbagh Botanical Garden, an internationally renowned center for botanical work, spans 240 acres in the center of the city. The garden features more than 1,800 plant species from Europe and Asia. Its most striking architectural feature is a glass house with a steel-lattice frame; the building serves as the venue of the annual flower show. The garden is home to many bird species, including mynas, parakeets, and purple moorhen.

Cubbon Park

Three hundred acres of lush green foliage in the center of the bustling city, Cubbon Park is a tranquil haven for nature lovers and a cultural and civic gathering point. The park is home to some of the city’s iconic structures, including the red-brick Attara Kacheri, the Civic Court of Karnataka, and the Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum, whose exhibits on science, automotive vehicles, and space are designed for kids as well as adults.

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