The Leela Palace Bengaluru offering grandeur to tourists in the city

The Leela Palace Bengaluru offering grandeur to tourists in the city

Bengaluru has the beauty of being a city that exudes tradition, modernity and greenery. There’s genuinely no city like this in the entire country. One way to experience all of its beauty is to choose a stay option that is beautiful, has state-of-the-art amenities, and is majestic in its existence. Among the best five star hotels in Bengaluru, the only one that ticks these boxes is The Leela Palace Bengaluru.

Let’s take a look at what makes our hotel so perfect.


The hotel was inaugurated in 2001, but the foundation stone for the hotel was set in 1997 by Mr H. D. Deve Gowda, the then Prime Minister of India, and Mr J. H. Patel, the then Chief Minister of Karnataka. The hotel’s majesty is in its design that has been inspired by the architectural style of the Royal Palace of Mysore. Its majesty stands out beautifully with The Leela Palace Bengaluru standing on a land of seven lush acres that also includes a beautiful lagoon. 


At the time of its establishment, The Leela Palace Bengaluru was one of the 5 star hotels that were near to the Bengaluru airport. Currently, the drive from The Leela Palace Bengaluru to the airport is about an hour. Meanwhile, the Bengaluru Metro is just at a distance of 10 minutes from the hotel and has connections to the city centre. Golf lovers will find the KGA course at a distance of less than 1 km.


The Leela Palace Bengaluru has 357 rooms, and all of them exude luxury and class. These hotel rooms in Bengaluru come with hardwood floors, fancy carpets and antique furnishings like ottomans, dark-wood headboards, marble-topped tables, and comfy sofas. The walls come adorned with mirrors and paintings that beautifully denote Indian themes. The rooms come with excellent amenities like free Wi-fi, irons, ironing boards, yoga mats, safes, telephones, work desks, complimentary bottled water, fruit bowls, tea- and coffee-making facilities, minibars, and flat-screen TVs. The bathrooms are also heavily-equipped and include house-brand toiletries, magnifying mirrors, hairdryers, soaking tubs and walk-in showers. The premium bathrobes and slippers provided elevate your stay at the hotel. The rooms come with a private balcony that overlook the city, garden, or the swimming pool. In the 44 Royal Club Rooms and 29 Suites, you also get a dedicated butler facility and access to Royal Club Lounge and amenities. 

Service & facilities

The ambience of the hotel and the area outside the hotel is breath-taking. The land upon which the hotel has been built has around 40 different varieties of palms, which provide around 400 coconuts a year. There is a 50-foot pool that is surrounded by sunbeds with shades and offers pool service throughout the day. Guests can try out complimentary morning sessions at the Yoga pavilion or relax at the spa which has a steam/sauna room and a whirlpool bath. A soothing 60-minute ESPA facial is an excellent option for a mini-rejuvenation/to get in the zone.

Together, the modern facilities, the picturesque locations and the excellent room options make The Leela Palace Bengaluru one of the best luxury hotels in Bengaluru.

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