Need to travel aplenty for work, and you’ve had enough of hotels? We completely understand. There’s only so much you can take of clinical spaces, especially when your work needs you around for more than just a night. Or perhaps you’re setting up base in town and travelling around the country? Either way our pick of serviced apartments will sort out your woes. And the best part? We know Koramangala is the real centre of attraction in town now, so we’ve vetted out places in the start-up heaven of town. With malls, myriad eateries, shops and entertainment a stone’s throw from your home away from home, make Koramangala your abode in Bangalore.

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Halcyon Hotel Residences

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D’Habitat

Login Service Apartments

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Homely, yet with that edge of hotel-like sophistication, the standard and executive rooms here will do the trick if you’re travelling in ones and twos. For a larger space, the suites should do the trick with their double rooms, living and dining area. There’s even a penthouse one for long stay.

Live Inn Bangalore

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Like a modern house that just happens to be a serviced apartment, you can choose either 1, 2, 3 bedroom spaces here. Balconies in each apartment, spacious living rooms and large kitchens means you can make this your home for rather a long time without missing the warmth of a home.  There’s even a gym to keep up with your fitness, and breakfast is on the house.

Premium Serviced Apartments

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Airy, with large windows instead of walls on two sides, sunshine filtering in to add some cheer and plants chipping in with fresh greenery, you’ll feel like you’re on holiday here! Elegantly furnished a mix of wood and metal furniture, there’s one and two bedroom apartments to choose from. Plus, kitchen and en suite bathrooms in each. And the best part is that it is tucked away in the pretty and residential part of Koramangala, but is just two streets away from all the action.

D’Habitat

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Really a mansion turned serviced apartment, there’s studio rooms, one and two bedroom apartments as well as a premium BHK space here. Tastefully done up in yellow, cream and wicker furniture {it adds that casual comfort, no?}, service here is very personalised. So much so that the in-house staff will come to your apartment to whip up your breakfast instead of you picking off a cold buffet. Plus, it’s just off Koramangala’s 80 Feet Road. What more do you need?

Halcyon Hotel Residences

We’re not going to lie. We’d like to move in here. Permanently. Calling themselves Hotel Residences, they’re luxurious, have a lovely swimming pool, a swanky fitness centre, and rooms that look like a fancy star hotel. They have mini bars, baby-sitters  and chefs on standby, plus a coffee shop, Cilantro, which is by the pool, if you’re looking to unwind with a barbecue any time. Oh! Their Premium Triple room, takes luxe living to a new high.

Alcove Service Apartments

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Clean, smart and adequate, these rooms are simple. Each room has toasters, ovens and microwaves for those who literally want to set up house. There’s even mixies and grinders, if you want to whip up your own meal. But if you’re not into cooking then there’s in-house food too.

Lotus Suites

Think of a three-star hotel, and you’ve got exactly that at the Lotus Suites. Our Lotus Suites serviced apartments are available for short or long term stays, ideal for business, leisure travel and corporate housing. Our Suite room is a lavish and comfortable accommodation which is decked out with all modern amenities. Lotus Suites, Koramangala, Bangalore, offers you all the facilities and staff services which you would find in a 3 star hotel.

Blue Chip Korai

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Colourful, minimalist and rather fuss-free, hit up this serviced apartment for its close proximity to cosy feel and budget prices. They have a restaurant, Glass Chimney, serving international food but with a homely touch. But what’s noteworthy is they 24-hour room service for all you over-worked {underpaid, too?} folks who have lunch at dinner time and dinner at 3am.

Golden Sands Service Apartments

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Conveniently located on the Indiranagar-Koramangala Intermediate Ring Road, you’ll be spoiled for choice when it comes to shopping and eating out if you stay here. Rooms are basic {mostly wooden furniture and colourful walls to liven it up}. While the rooms are large and brekkies {on the house} in decent, this one wouldn’t be our pick for a very long stay.

Ruby Corporate Service Apartments

Looking to eat-work-play in the space apartment? Your search ends here. Simple but very cheery thanks to sunlit rooms, light wood tables and chairs with curtains adding a splash of red. The apartment also has a restaurant serving up Indian, Chinese and basic Continental food so if you’re swamped with work, then you can grab a bite in-house. A business centre means you don’t need to take up workspace elsewhere either.

The Bouvice

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Rickshaw cushions, graphic-printed sheets and purple walls make this apartment cool and upbeat. Who needs homely all the time, yeah? Urban chic for the win here. And if that’s not appealing enough, maybe their lovely English breakfast which is complimentary will do the trick.

Princess Square

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Less glamour more convenience, this set of apartments is very basic in both amenities and décor. But they do well to keep it neat and clean. After all, it is budget. Don’t get greedy now! Breakfast is a highlight with eggs, bacon, sausages, hash browns and bread the main offering. But Indian breakfasts can be dished out on request too.

Hotel Tea Pavillion

While they’re called Hotel Tea Pavillion, they’re really a serviced apartment. That said, it resembles a budget business hotel more, thanks to the minimal {or rather non-existent} décor in the rooms. Crisp white sheets, a few chairs and a television makes up the room. We do like their terrace dining area though.

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