Safety & Hygiene
In accordance with the latest relaxations advised from the Government of Karnataka, all our restaurants, spa and fitness centre are now open, every day until 9.00 pm. We have also resumed our service of alcohol and alcoholic beverages. We look forward to welcoming back our non-resident dine in guests.
We continue to follow the highest standards of cleanliness and hygiene, and in keeping with World Health Organization guidelines, to mitigate the risks associated with the coronavirus.
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Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace.
A lovely example of Indo-Islamic architecture that dates back to 1791, this palace was the summer residence of the Tipu Sultan, the ruler of Mysore in southern India. The structure is made from pure teak wood, with beautiful hand carved pillars, arches and balconies. After Tipu Sultan's death, the British Administration used the palace building as its secretariat. Nowadays, it is a popular tourist spot for picture perfect moments in Bengaluru.
- Distance from the hotel 7 kms
- Driving time 20 minutes
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