Langford Gardens Apartments
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About this property
Located in the central business district of Bangalore, Langford Gardens Apartments offers easy access to parks and shopping malls. It features an outdoor pool and a café.
It is 4 km away from Bangalore City Railway Station. It is 35 km away from Bangalore International Airport.
Featuring modern interiors, air-conditioned rooms and studios feature a seating area, tea/coffee maker and flat-screen TV. Select units come with a kitchenette and dining area.
Guests can exercise in the well-equipped rooftop gym, or meditate and practice yoga in the landscaped yoga space. Overlooking the poolside café, the Library Lounge provides an area for quiet reading or browsing the internet.
Located by the pool, LifeTree Café serves breakfast and snacks. For in-room dining, neighbouring restaurants offer meal delivery services. Personal chef service is also available.
About Bangalore, India
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Cosmopolitan Bengaluru is the number one city in South India, blessed with a tolerable climate and a burgeoning nightlife, dining and shopping scene. It’s not a place you visit for the world-class sights (although it has a few beautiful parks and well-preserved Victorian-era architecture), but rather to experience the new, global face of India. During the past decade Bangalore experiences an amazing surge of development, along with heavy traffic and rising pollution. However, it has also taken care to preserve its green spaces and historical landmarks. While urbanisation pushes its boundaries outward, the central district remains much the same as it did under the British.