Whitefield, a neighbourhood in east Bangalore, was established in the 1800s and had remained a quiet village with nearly 45 houses till the 1900s. With urbanisation and budding IT industries, Whitefield has witnessed phenomenal expansion since the early 20th century. Since then the locality has metamorphosed into a major suburb and an important part of Greater Bangalore. Numerous luxury and budget hotels in Whitefield are readily available that cater to the demands of their varied guests, a list of which is furnished below:
- To comply with the taste and sophistication of high-end travellers, 5-star Whitefield hotels viz Vivanta, Fortune Select Trinity, Oakwood Residence, The Zun and Palm Meadows Club offer their guests world-class facilities, mind-boggling provisions and services par excellence.
- In Royal Orchid Suites, Lemon Tree and Aloft Bangalore, 4-star properties in Whitefield, vacationers and laid-back tourists can relish near-comforts of luxury hotels but at slightly cheaper rates.
- Ginger Bangalore, The Mayer, Adi Hospitality and White Woods are wonderful 3-star accommodations in Whitefield. Their inimitable services and superb amenities make them an instant hit among business and leisure travellers.
- Tourists on a hunt for affordable hotels will find themselves in the premises of amazing budget hotels in Whitefield namely Hotel Manu Residency and Parkwood Suites. These pocket-friendly properties are stacked with basic amenities and decent arrangements alongside passable services and warm hospitalities that keep their guests entertained.
Whitefield is richly studded with shopping malls like The Forum Value, Phoenix Market City, Inorbit Mall
and Park Square Mall.
It houses Brindavan
, the ashram of the renowned Sri Satya Sai Baba along with super speciality hospitals, Sri Satya Sai Institute of Higher Medical Sciences
and Vydehi Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre.
The main city of Bangalore is connected to Whitefield by Whitefield Road and Varthur Road. The locality is dotted with reserve forests of eucalyptus trees and has an assortment of multi-national companies.