Bannerghatta Road, Bengaluru, India
Pin Code : 560076
Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore is a leading graduate school of management in Asia. The IIMB campus was designed by celebrated architect B V Doshi. Built in 1983, IIMB is based on the design of the town of Fatehpur Sikri, laid out by Akbar in the 16th century.
Only 900 mts from the conference venue, this hotel is perfect if you do not want to spend time commuting. But we should also warn you, other than IIMB, you don’t have anything around to give you the flavour of Bengaluru.
Located in the heart of Jayanagar, all the three Pai Hotels - Pai Comforts, Pai Viceroy and The President, are around 5 km from IIM Bangalore.
The very famous Lalbagh Botanical Garden is a stone’s throw away from this hotel, and IIMB is around 6 km from here. A walk in the park would be a great way to relax after a great conference :)
If you wish to see other hotels around the area, here’s is a list.
If you’re a foreign national here’s what you need to know when you apply for a visa.
First things first, if you are from Bhutan, Nepal or Maldives. You don't need a visa!
Most other nationalities can apply for a Tourist e-Visa using this link and you can complete the whole process online without a visit to the Indian Visa Application Center (IVAC) in your country.
If your home nation is not listed on application page, you can apply here This would however require you to submit documents at the IVAC and an interview.
If you require an invitation letter for your visa application, please do not hesitate to send us a request using this form.
Note: You will find the name and contact details of the primary contact person for your visa applications in the visa letter
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