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23 Airport Road,
Bengaluru,
560008 India

Neighbourhood: Kodihalli


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Evoking the architectural glory of Mysore, The Leela Palace Bengaluru stands majestically amongst acres of lush green gardens. Here you will find the most spacious and elegantly styled guest rooms in the country along with warm, impeccably trained staff who will anticipate and attend to your every need. The Leela Palace Bengaluru offers an experience of true world-class luxury.

The hotel is nestled amidst seven acres of lush gardens and a sparkling lagoon in the garden city of Bengaluru. Built in an art-deco form and drawing inspiration from the architectural style of the Royal Palace of Mysore and the palaces of the Vijayanagar Empire, its copper domes, arches and ornate ceilings reflect the grandeur of palaces of a bygone era. From the hand-woven carpets and the priceless brass antiques, to the hand picked crystals and the finest bone china, everything is the best the world has to offer.

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AREA ATTRACTIONS

Bugle Rock
Situated in Basavanagudi, South Bengaluru, Bugle Rock dates back approximately 3000 million years. The immense natural rock is listed as the Geological Monument of India and is formed by peninsular gneiss spreading over 16 acres.

Garden City of India
Garden City of India is situated in the sotheastern Kernataka, the metropolis and the 3rd most popular city in the country. The city got its name from the enchanting natural attractions as well as being the Fashion Capital of India and its Silicon Valley making it a pulsating hub of commercial activity. The rapid technological and economic advancement did not have any detrimental effect on the picturesque beauty of the Garden City of India. A myriad of public parks and plantations that adorn the area truly make it the nation’s garden.

Lalbagh Botanical Gardens
Located in central Bengaluru, Lalbagh Botanical Gardens is deservingly considered the jewel of India’s Garden City. The Mogul style park was initiated as a private royal ground in 1740 by Mysore’s famous ruler Haider Ali. The immense premises enclosed by a stone wall are home to 1,854 native and exotic plant species. The diversity of flora found in the gardens and the considerable research and conservation projects carried out by its personnel have earned the park international acclaim.

Vidhana Soudha
One of Bengaluru’s most majestic landmarks, Vidhana Soudha contains the Karnataka State Legislative Chambers. It is also home to 22 state departments. The 300 room building which reaches a height of 46 meters and occupies an area of 60 acres is the largest legislative building in India. Constructed mainly of granite, Vidhana Soudha follows the style of Dravidian temple architecture. However, certain aspects of modern designing technology using reinforced concrete, steel and plastic have also been incorporated in creating this indigenous masterpiece. The interior of Vidhana Soudha is characterized by richly carved bases, friezes, cornices and arches showcasing the artistic splendour of Indian architecture. One of the major attractions within the building is the exquisite sandalwood door leading to the cabinet room.

Palace of Tipu Sultan
The Palace of Tipu Sultan, also known as Daria Daulat Bagh, is located on the banks of the Cauvery River neighbouring the Bengaluru Market. Constructed entirely from Teak wood, the royal residence served as a summer retreat for the famous Mysore Emperor, Tipu Sultan.,The design of Daria Daulat Bagh was inspired by the style of the Windsor Castle which had strongly impressed the sultan during a visit to England.

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