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The luxurious oasis of Alila Bangalore, India

In India, somewhere is a beautiful suburb, there’s a lovely and luxurious oasis, a tranquil space called Alila Bangalore. It’s a contemporary structure that houses multiple studio rooms. It was designed by award-winning London-based architects, Allies and Morrison and it features an innovative design with locally-inspired interiors and environmentally aware practices.

Alila Bangalore, India

The building houses 101 contemporary studio rooms with private balconies. The spaces include practical workspaces and high-tech amenities, together with luxurious living areas. There’s a part that houses 12 SOHO suites, the first of their kind in India. These suites have a separate living area together with a private guest bath and the interior of these suites feature oversized daybeds on the balcony.

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Alila Bangalore, IndiaView in gallery

Alila Bangalore, IndiaView in gallery

The Alila residences include a living room, a kitchen, three bedrooms, a library, a large balcony and a maid’s quarter. This place functions as a hotel as it also offers locally inspired beauty and wellness treatments using the curative properties of fresh, natural ingredients that the guests can enjoy at Spa Alila.

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Alila Bangalore, IndiaView in gallery

Alila Bangalore, IndiaView in gallery

You can spend a relaxing time at Alila Bangalore for only 5900 INR (US$131) for single occupancy and 6400 INR (US$142) for double occupancy in a Studio room including breakfast, Wi-Fi and Alila Living amenities. If you prefer the SOHO suits you can enjoy them for 18,000 INR (US$ 280) while the offers for the Leisure Suits start from 19,000 INR (US$ 400).

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Posted in Hotels & Resorts on November 10, 2011

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