Located in south western India, Bengaluru is home to beautiful examples of traditional architecture, as well as modern office buildings, lush parks and gardens.
Composed around a centenarian raintree, nestled in verdant grounds and equipped with the latest in technology, The Oberoi, Bengaluru reflects and harmonises the dual personalities of Bengaluru, the Garden City and technology hub.
Accommodation with private balconies and garden views, al fresco dining and a patio bar. Especially designed for you to enjoy the hotel’s blooming gardens and Bengaluru’s pleasant year round climate. State of the art meeting rooms, large banqueting facilities and relaxing spa treatments. We have got your business and leisure needs covered.
The Oberoi, 37-39, Mahatma Gandhi Road, Bengaluru 560001, India
From Bengaluru Airport
Bengaluru, the capital city of the south western State of Karnataka, is known as both the ‘Silicon Valley’ of India and the ‘Garden City’..
The Oberoi, Bengaluru is located on MG Road, in the heart of the business, financial and shopping districts of the city. It is conveniently connected to the major IT business hubs, and is just 15 minutes’ drive from the Vidhan Soudha (Legislative Assembly) and other government offices.
Book between 16th and 23rd July for stays until 30th September, 2019.
For your comfort and convenience, every room and suite has a private balcony with garden views and offers the latest in smart room technology.
Our award winning restaurants are perfect for relaxing meals with family,
intimate celebrations with friends, a romantic meal for two, exclusive business lunches or formal dinners.
We have embarked on an exciting refurbishment of our main dining room and our Chinese specialty restaurant from April to October 2019. During this time, we will be serving breakfast in The Orchid Room, an elegant indoor dining venue. This stylish dining room has been temporarily redesigned for our guests to enjoy a lavish buffet breakfast and start their day on a high note, with a wide-ranging spread...
Nestled deep within the gardens, our speciality Thai restaurant offers alfresco dining on a secluded wooden pavilion that seems afloat on the water body that surrounds it. The menu features authentic Thai cuisine and fresh seafood. Accompanied by soft, traditional music, complemented by Bengaluru’s pleasant climate and our warm hospitality. Dress code: We request that gentlemen wear full length trousers...
A versatile space which offers indoor seating and an elegant verandah with lush views of the hotel gardens, with an open air patio for al fresco dining. The extensive menu showcases global favourites including salads, sandwiches and other nibbles, along with pasta, steaks and a wide selection of Western and Asian mains. We also serve tea–time specialties from our patisserie to complement a wide range...
Take yourself out of the city without leaving it at The Oberoi Spa, swimming pool and fitness centre in Bengaluru.
The Oberoi Spa Our spa is a haven of peace and serenity. A fresh, modern space with private treatment rooms and steam facilities.
Swimming Pool Our temperature controlled pool is fringed by frangipani trees and bougainvillea. We serve drinks and light snacks here during the day.
Fitness Centre Equipped with free weights, weights machines, and cardiovascular machines with a personal television and an audio system.
Specially curated private dining, cultural experiences and relaxing spa treatments with an unmistakably Oberoi signature.
A tour to the dance village of Nrityagram; a unique cultural centre that showcases Indian classical dance forms. The tour starts at 8.30 am from the doorstep of our hotel in a chauffeur driven car. It includes breakfast specially packed by our chefs for you to enjoy along the way, a gentle tour of the village and the day’s dance recital. Guests are requested to make reservation in advance. Nrityagram is closed on Mondays.
The Oberoi, Bengaluru has verdant gardens and our in house horticulturalist would be happy to show you around them. From our centenarian raintree to the frangipani and bougainvillea. Followed by high tea on the garden terrace of the Polo Club Bar. Available between 3 pm and 6 pm with 24 hours prior reservation.
Let yourself fall off the tourist map. Cycle around the old quarters of Bengaluru and back in time on...
Offers that allow you to make the most of your time with us.
From parks to palaces and all kinds of shopping. Our concierge would be happy to personalise a tour for you.
Bengaluru Palace was inspired by Tudor architecture. Its fortified towers, battlements and turrets could quite easily belong to an English stately home. The interiors feature wooden hand carvings and Victorian furniture, while the ceilings are painted with beautiful reliefs. The grounds are used for concerts, marriages, tennis, cricket and golf.
The Bull temple of Bengaluru is dedicated to Nandi Bull, the vahan (vehicle) of Lord Shiva. It was built in 1537 CE by Kempe Gowda, the founder of Bengaluru and is a fine example of Dravidian architecture. One of the oldest temples in the city, it is a popular pilgrimage sight for devotes from around India. There is huge idol of Nandi Bull inside the temple which measures 4.5 metres in height and 6.5 metres in length. It is said to have been carved out of a single rock.
This beautiful 300 acre park, fondly known as the lungs of Bengaluru, is filled with lush green trees, all kinds of plants and flowers, and interspersed with statues. The careful landscaping includes natural rock outcrops, thickets of trees, bamboos, wide expanses of grass, flowerbeds and monuments.
A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada is known to be the founder of ISKCON (International Krishna Consciousness). He devoted his life to teaching about Krishna consciousness, ancient India's most noble message of spiritual knowledge. The gold-plated Dwajastambha (Flag post) at 17m (56 ft) high and the gold plated Kalash Shikara at 8.5m (28 ft.) of height are the key architectural attractions of this temple. There is an engaging gallery here which traces the history of the life and teachings of Lord Krishna.
For which we thank our guests and our people.