Starwood opens Aloft Bengaluru Cessna Business Park in India

Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide opened the Aloft Bengaluru Cessna Business Park in India. The property marks the second Aloft Hotel in Bengaluru. The hotel is managed by Starwood and owned by the Prestige Group, a real estate developer in India.

With 191 guestrooms including 13 suites, Aloft Bengaluru Cessna Business Park is located within the 4.5-million-square-foot Prestige Cessna Business Park, which houses IT companies.

Loft-inspired guestrooms have nine-foot high ceilings, oversized windows, a platform bed and walk-in showers with Bliss Spa bath amenities.

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Aloft Bengaluru Cessna Business Park also has Wi-Fi connectivity throughout the hotel. Each room is equipped with a plug-and-play connectivity solution that connects most electronic devices to the 42-inch LED TV, turning the room into an office or an entertainment center.

Aloft Bengaluru Cessna Business Park also has multiple public spaces, such as the Re:mix lounge and the signature w xyz bar.

Recreational facilities at the hotel include Re:charge fitness center and Splash pool. Dining venues include: Re:fuel by AloftSM, a one-stop, 24-hour grab-and-go food and beverage area; as well as the café styled restaurant Nook.

The hotel has 10,050 square feet of meeting space with a banquet hall measuring 4,424 square feet, seven meeting rooms equipped with audio-visual hardware and an outdoor terrace backyard.

Starwood’s Aloft brand now has 100 hotels open now, with 14 other countries slated to open Aloft properties. 

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