Between the madness and the mundane of Bangalore lies 70 acres of secluded calm that makes it hard to believe you're in the heart of the city. Clarks Exotica Resort and Spa is tucked away in an unimaginable expanse of over 5000 trees against the mystical backdrop of Nandi Hills, making the 5 minute drive from the airport a breeze. Few properties in the country welcome you with such a magnum opus arrival, as the exotic palm-fringed roads curve their way towards the grand entrance.
The largest hotel property in Bangalore, Clarks Exotica is filled with so much space, it's difficult to see where it ends. But this is just one of its strong points. It is a multi-talented resort that can fulfil every urban need and requirement of any size or stature, whether it's an event, conference, wedding or wellness. These are managed by senior personnel with a collective experience of over 07 years, which makes organising even the largest or most high-profile event smooth and simple.
140 intelligently designed rooms and suites, 7 fully equipped conference halls, a 12000 sq.ft. modern convention centre, a 12-seater boardroom, 2 ballrooms, a 25,000 sq.ft. exhibition and event centre and banqueting facilities spread across 2,00,000 sq.ft. are designed to accommodate any specification or preference with finesse.
Innovative cuisine across 3 dining experiences, 1 lounge bar and a health cafe finds favour and flavour with even the most discerning palate.
Seventh Heaven Wellness Spa offers traditional therapies with modern health and wellness treatments found only in some of the most exotic spas in the world.
A mini golf course tees off with amateurs and professionals alike.
A swimming pool with water slides, Squash, Table Tennis, Badminton, Billiards, Carom and Cards, Chess, Tennis and Basketball courts, Cricket pitch and Football ground keep both adults and children entertained and on their toes.
Unlike most five star hotels, Clarks Exotica is a kids-friendly hotel which has a special activities and zones centred around their leisure interests.