Simple economics says there are popular tourist destinations which become home to hotels. But in the evolving Indian hotel space, there are some hotels that are giving birth to tourist destinations. Malji Ka Kamra, a 15-room haveli located in Churu- a small town in Rajasthan is one such hotel. While Rajasthan, thanks to its rich culture and history, attracts million of tourists every year both inbound (tourists who come from foreign countries) and domestic, the chances are you wouldn’t have heard of Churu. But Deepak Balan, a young native of this Marwari homeland is bringing Churu on travellers map with his property Malji Ka Kamra.
Striking colours, swanky décor, peppy music, a real Cessna hanging from the ceiling – one wouldn’t typically associate the imagery with a business hotel. Breaking away from cookie-cutter hotels, here’s Aloft Bengaluru offering all this and much more. Full of pleasantly surprising elements, the 191-room hotel brings in a breath of fresh air in the segment that typically caters to busy corporate travellers. Distinct from usual midscale hotels, Aloft Bengaluru Cessna Business Park is also different from other Aloft hotels. Sixth Aloft in India and second in Bengaluru (after the one in Whitefield), this is the first one managed by the Starwood Group while others are franchises. Located in the centre of Bengaluru’s one of the busy IT hubs (Sarjapur), Aloft accurately catches the pulse of young, techy, outgoing travellers. While it addresses all the needs of a corporate visitor (with high-speed free internet connectivity, large meeting spaces with state-of-the-art facilities including a Ballroom with 5,000 sq. ft. banqueting area, etc.), it pays close attention to their relaxation time.

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