Taj West End
Originally a British-run guest-house, opened in 1887, the Taj West End is situated in a lush, 20-acre garden in the middle of Bangalore, a breath of fresh air in this busy and bustling city. A historical property, the Taj West End boasts Art Deco features and is the proud home to many of the city's heritage trees, including a beautiful 125-year old Banyan Tree. Although primarily a business hotel with full business facilities, the West End also has an outdoor pool, tennis courts and a spa for leisure visitors, and it is situated next to the Golf Club and the Turf Club. The hotel has a fantastic Vietnamese restaurant called Blue Jasmine, which was the first Vietnamese restaurant in India. Taj West End has 117 rooms and suites, each with a private balcony or verandah and 24-hour butler service.
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