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Adults and children are on per room basis. Upto the age of 6 years two children can stay free of charge in parents room using existing bed(s) in room. Children aged 7 years and older are fully charged and accommodated in a separate room.

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The Leela Palace Bengaluru, #23, Kodihalli, Old Airport Road, Bengaluru 560 008 India

T:+91 (80) 2521 1234 | E: reservations@theleela.com Download Hotel Factsheet

Shopping in Bangalore

Shop-your-heart-out experiences

 

Start your shopping adventure from the 100ft Road, a stone’s throw away from The Leela Palace Bengaluru, where international, national and local brands come together, making it a shopaholic’s paradise. For a more traditional trail, venture into Commercial Street, a chaotic but colourful street where your bargaining skills can get you some jaw-dropping deals.

 

Another local experience quite unlike any other is the flower market at Russel Market. Try to visit during the early hours of the day to capture the sights and smells of the fiery blossoms that show up here.

Heritage Sites in Bangalore

The heritage-visit experiences

 

For those who are curious about  the history of a land, here is a tip for exploring and knowing more.Walk around the Bengaluru Palace for its architectural brilliance and a glimpse into the lavish lifestyle of the royal family of Mysore, The Wodeyars.

 

While you are at it, add to your list Tipu Sultan’s summer palace—an Indo-Islamic fortress that serves as a museum for historic insights. Complete your visit to Bengaluru by walking around the lavish gardens of Lalbagh and Cubbon Park. The dense foliage right in the midst of the city’s skyscrapers are the city’s earthly connect to recharging everyday living.

 

Today, Bengaluru is a cosmopolitan metropolis, which still manages to retain its quintessential charm of colourful flower markets, temple tracks, colonial buildings and heritage structures that blend seamlessly with IT hubs, international retail stores and a versatile culinary scene.

 

The Leela Palace Bengaluru brings to you the opportunity to see the city from up close.