The Rajendra Vilas Palace is a heritage hotel perched atop the picturesque Chamundi Hills - the abode of the presiding deity of Mysore. The original palace stands at an elevation of about 1,000 ft, and was used as a summer palace by the Wodeyars of Mysore. One of the descendants of this royal dynasty converted the palace into a hotel after India gained independence.
One of the most frequented hotels in Mysore, Rajendra Vilas Palace, with its ornate decorations and ethnic furnishings, offers a breathtaking view of the city below. The palace is surrounded by lush green vegetation and well laid-out gardens.
The hotel has a total of 31 rooms including luxury suites. The aesthetically designed rooms and suites are appointed with all necessary amenities required for a pleasant and comfortable stay. The suites are appointed with Jacuzzi-Steam-Sauna.
Enjoy exquisite dining at the multi-cuisine restaurant at Rajendra Vilas Palace. The restaurant serves an irresistible array of Indian, Chinese and Continental cuisines. Fresh Tandoori preparations are also on offer daily. The hotel also houses a coffee shop and a well-stocked bar.
- Doctor on Call
- Travel Desk
- Room Service
- Car Parking
- Major Credit Cards Accepted
- Health Club
- Tennis Court
- Conference Hall
- Purified Water
The ancient capital of the Wodeyars, Mysore city in Karnataka is steeped in history, attributed mainly to its association with the warrior kings Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan. Lying about 140 Kms from Bangalore - the state capital, Mysore has always enchanted visitors with its old-world charm, rich heritage, historical palaces, beautiful gardens, broad shady avenues and sacred temples. The main tourist attractions in the city include the Mysore Palace, Chamundi Hills, Brindavan Gardens, St. Philomena's Church and Daria Daulat Bagh.