Home to impressive palaces, the Lyengar School of Yoga and some tasty coffee blends, Mysore has something of interest for most travellers. Our pick of the best places to stay in Mysore combine regal stays with affordable pricing.
A popular southerly tourist destination, famed for the ostentatious Mysore Palace, more recently the city has become known as a yoga haven. And its rolling countryside is just as alluring for its nature trails and natural produce.
Here's our pick of some of Mysore's highlights:
Our pick of the best places to stay in Mysore are all swathed in history in old world charm. And all are ideal bases for exploring this fascinating destination.
Still not sure which to book? From regal to colonial browse through our list of the best places to stay in Mysore to start to plan your trip. Or you can widen the net and look at all our recommendations in Karnataka, or contact one of our friendly gurus for advice.
All the trimmings of a well rehearsed hotel chain at enticing prices. With its white colonial facade inside rooms are classic yet modern and of a good size. Oriental Pavilion provides formal dishes and Eastern cuisine whilst Orchid Restaurant is 24 hour dining. There is a pool and well equipped gym.
The best boutique stay in Mysore. Individually decorated rooms feature antique four posters with Indian textiles and stained glass windows and ornate doors, plus white ensuite bathrooms. Relax in the airy courtyard or verdant gardens. Dine on Asian dishes in the hotel's restaurant.
A heritage hotel for incredible value. Large rooms are decorated in an Indian meets colonial style. Large, ornately tapestried four posters fill even larger rooms that feature dark wood antique furnishings. There's a pool, spa and plenty of on site activities including billiards and tennis.
This former Maharaja’s palace provides guests with a truly regal stay. There are several dining options including the al-fresco Shikari restaurant, a well stocked bar, plus a tranquil pool & tropical gardens. Some of the rooms look out onto this - all are traditional in style but with all mod cons.