Lalita Mahal PalaceCurrently Closed
- Address: Lalith Mahal Road, T Narsipura Rd, Mysore, KA 570011, India
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: 0821-2526100
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Historical Site, Palace, Family And Kids, Architecture
Lalita Mahal Palace - Review
The Lalitha Mahal is the second biggest royal residence in Mysore. It is found close to the Chamundi Hills, east of the city of Mysore in the Indian state of Karnataka. The castle was completed in 1921 at the requests of His Highness Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV, the Maharaja of Mysore for the selective stay of the presiding Viceroy of India. Built on a raised ground, the royal residence was molded on the lines of the St. Paul's Cathedral in London and is one of the encroaching structures of the Mysore city. The royal residence painted in immaculate white colour is strikingly stylish. It was changed over into a legacy lodging in 1974. It is presently run as the best inn of the Ashok Group of the India Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) under the Government of India. Be that as it may, a culture of the definitive illustrious feeling of the royal residence is administered. The supporting structure of the royal residence is of the Ionic twofold section.
Lalita Mahal Palace Information
- At the ground level, there is an extravagant patio. Round vaults with overwhelming focal arches sets the front rise of the castle. Beautiful stained glass has been widely used to upgrade the features of the castle both in the outside veneers and in inner parts entryways, windows and top side.
How To reach Lalita Mahal Palace by Public Transport
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95% of people who visit Mysore include Lalita Mahal Palace in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
44.94% of people start their Lalita Mahal Palace visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Lalita Mahal Palace
94.23% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Lalita Mahal Palace
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Lalita Mahal Palace, Mysore Reviews
We visited for lunch. There were very few other people. The security at the gate takes a cover charge that can be deducted from the bill later. The ambience is excellent. Having food in what was once a palace is an unparalleled experience. The 800 per person buffet seemed reasonably priced. The spread was good and the food tasty. The live traditional music only added to the whole experience. Recommended.
Awesome place with wonderful, mind blowing finishes. Palace construction quality is incomparable. Colour combinations preferred and done are examples of our ancestors creativity. Architectural finishes on glasses, curves of palace is the language of happiness trigger to the visitors. They should allow visitors to upper floors for enjoying the architecture finishing. I really liked. Wishing to visit again soon. Entry fees is costly. But worthy for spending hours.
Pros: Majestic, staying in a palace was extremely delightful experience, good food was served. Well connected to the city. Over all a very good place to take pictures. Cons: pool table was not opened and the staff said there were no cue balls available.
Beautiful to see how they have tried to save the heritage of our country. Was supposedly built in 1920 for the Viceroys, this place was renovated and made a Heritage hotel for people to stay, the stuffs are really courteous, had an amazing time. The view around is absolutely mesmerizing. I am sure some of the pics I uploaded would say so.
Spotless white, imposing palace with well manicured garden. Although it is a Star Hotel, public are allowed at a nominal entree fee if Rs.100 per head. They also serve you complimentary hot tea and biscuits . But area accessible to the visitors very very limited. Must vizit place while at Mysore