A Multi-Sensorial Stay
A Multi-Sensorial Stay
Whether it’s a business trip or a staycation, Radisson Blu Atria, Bengaluru ensures that every guest is ensconced in a positive vibe. PRIYANKA CHAKRABARTI checks in for a relaxing weekend.
PRIYANKA CHAKRABARTI

IT’S NOT JUST MY FIRST visit to the Silicon Valley of India but also to any Radisson property ever. After a hectic Friday at Gurugram, I board a flight to Bengaluru and reach my weekend destination at an ungodly hour. It’s 1.30 am by the time I exit through the Arrivals gate. So I’m not exactly thrilled when my cab driver tells me we have a 35-kilometre drive ahead of us—from the airport to the hotel. But such is the layout of this bustling city.

The midnight hour means we take just about an hour to reach Radisson Blu Atria, Bengaluru, located on Palace Road. As I enter the property in a haze, a unique blend of magenta and blue lighting envelope me in a comforting embrace. I immediately feel a sense of calm. I’m told this effect is called Chromo-therapy: the science of using colours to synchronise body vibrations to frequencies that result in good health and harmony. For instance, magenta balances physical and mental well-being by calming distressed nerves, and blue evokes self-expression and aids in the healing of the mind.

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January 2020