Accor and its joint-venture partner InterGlobe are developing a complex combining Ibis and Novotel in Bangalore with a room capacity totalling 380 rooms. Other Accor hotels are also coming up in key business centres – Gurgaon, Mumbai, Pune, Jaipur and Hyderabad A fast growing metropolis, the garden city of Bangalore is the capital of the southern Indian state of Karnataka. Situated at about 1000 meters above sea level, it is known for its salubrious climate where temperatures remain moderate through out the year. The maximum temperature in July is around 32°C and the minimum around 22°C. It is connected by air, rail and road to all major cities of the country and has direct international connections to many cities worldwide.
Bangalore boasts of some of the oldest, and most beautiful temples in the country. The Venkataramanaswamy Temple is a 300 year old temple. Another impressive temple is the Gavi Gangadhareswara temple, an unusual cave temple. It has been designed in such a manner so that the rays of the sun pass between the horns of a Nandi Bull placed outside the temple, and thereby, illuminate the image of Lord ShivaIn opening the first Novotel in 1967 at Lille Lesquin, Accor co-founders Paul Dubrule and Gérard Pelisson introduced the concept of a modern hotel chain in France. While innovative, the idea was simple: provide modern, comfortable accommodation coupled with restaurants, work and recreational facilities, and parking.
With spacious bedrooms and functional bathrooms, simple but generous food, plus a bar, meeting rooms and leisure facilities and parking at most hotels, Novotel is your guarantee of quality service and a relaxed informal environment for both business and leisure travel.From the very beginning, Novotel has grown and developed by adapting to changing lifestyles. Its new "Novation" bedroom signals a new phase in Novotel's history and reaffirms its aim to be the standard of reference in hotel innovation.