WOKE - Indiranagar
Open Time : Open 24 hours
Entry : free
Address : WOKE - Indiranagar, Bangalore, 2nd Cross Road, Indira Nagar 1st Stage, Defence Colony, Indiranagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
Website : https://www.wokehostel.com/
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Why to visit WOKE - Indiranagar
In the centre of Bangalore's liveliest district is Woke Bangalore, a contemporary backpacker hostel. There are both cosy dorm rooms and stylish individual rooms at the hostel. Feel at ease in both their spacious but cosy communal rooms and your own private space.
Kempegowda International Airport is 31 kilometres away from the accommodation. The price of a bed in the hostel begins at INR 600. You can also visit Woke-HSR, which is another Woke layout.
- WiFi available in all areas
- Grocery deliveries [Additional charge]
- Adult only
- Air conditioning
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Picnic area
- Outdoor furniture
- BBQ facilities [Additional charge]
Food & Drink
- Fruits [Additional charge]
- Snack bar
- Shared Kitchen
- Luggage storage [Additional charge]
- Tour desk
- Currency exchange
Entertainment and family services
- Indoor play area
- Board games/puzzles
- Daily housekeeping
- Business facilities
- Fax/photocopying [Additional charge]
Safety & security
- Fire extinguishers
- CCTV outside property
- CCTV in common areas
- Key card access
- Badminton equipment
- Yoga classes
- Fitness classes
- Temporary art galleries [Additional charge]
- Pub crawls [Additional charge]
- Stand-up comedy [Additional charge]
- Movie nights [Additional charge]
- Walking tours [Additional charge]
- Bike tours [Additional charge]
- Themed dinner nights [Additional charge]
- Tour or class about local culture [Additional charge]
- Cooking class [Additional charge]
- Live music/performance [Additional charge]
- Live sport events (broadcast) [Additional charge]
FAQ on WOKE - Indiranagar
What time does Woke Indiranagar check-in and check-out?
At Woke Indiranagar, check-in begins at 14:00, while check-out doesn't happen until 12:30.
What are the nearby attractions close to Woke Indiranagar?
The nearby attractions include: Vidhana Soudha (23 mins away), Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace (36 mins away), and Ulsoor Lake (13 mins away).
How many different kinds of accommodations are offered at Hotel Woke Hostel Indiranagar?
Mixed Dorm, Double Deluxe - Out House, 6 Bed Female Dorm, and Double Deluxe - Garage are the four different room types available at Hotel Woke Hostel Indiranagar.
Is there parking available at Hotel Woke Hostel Indiranagar?
They do really have parking.
Is Woke Indiranagar permissible for unmarried couples?
Unmarried couples are allowed to enter Woke Indiranagar, yes.
What are the nearby restaurants close to Woke Indiranagar?
The nearby restaurants include: Toit (6 mins away), Milano Ice Cream (2 mins away), and Cafe Max (6 mins away).
Do Woke HSR layout provide any commercial services?
No, it doesn't provide any commercial services.
How many different types of rooms are there at the Woke HSR layout?
There are ten different types of rooms at Hotel Woke HSR: Superior Double Room, Bed in 6-Bed Female Dormitory Room, Bed in 8-Bed Mixed Dormitory Room, Double Room - Large.
What are the nearby attractions close to Woke HSR layout?
The nearby attractions include: Lalbagh Botanical Garden (27 mins), Bengaluru Palace (46 mins), and Vidhana Soudha (40 mins).
What activities are offered at Woke HSR layout?
The following activities and services are provided by Woke HSR Layout (fees may apply): Bicycle trips, hiking, a game room, evening entertainment, and badminton supplies.
How far is Woke HSR layout from Bangalore's city centre?
The distance from Bangalore's centre to Woke HSR layout is 8 kilometres.
What time does Woke HSR layout check-in and check-out?
At the Woke HSR layout, check-in begins at 1:00 PM and check-out lasts till 11:00 AM.
In addition to being adjacent to the Indiranagar Metro Station, the property is also close to 12th Main, Indiranagar, and 100 Feet Road, two areas where you can get anything from cuisine to shopping.
By Atharva Yeshwardhan