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Book your modern business hotel in Mysore

570015 Mysore City center: 2.8 km
Dbl. from 27.00EUR
570010 Mysore City center: 1 km
Dbl. from 77.00EUR
570 001 Mysore City center: 1.4 km
570015 Mysore City center: 1.9 km
Mysore City center: 7.8 km
570005 Mysore City center: 2 km
570011 Mysore City center: 0.8 km
570010 Mysore City center: 1.9 km
571607 Mysore City center: 0.9 km

Mysore, the former capital of the South Indian state of Karnataka, is a premier city for business as well as leisure. You'll find a wealth of restaurants serving the delectable local cuisine, as well as breathtaking historical sites. Access these easily from your hotel in Mysore and avail of facilities and rates tailored to the needs of business travellers.

What makes Mysore stand out?

An icon of the city that deserves to be explored is Mysore Palace, the official residence of the former royal family in the region. You'll find it situated in the centre of the city. Another must-see location is the Laitha Mahal, the second largest palace in Mysore, located in the Chamundi hills. This pristine white palace has two domes and twin columns, and was based on European designs such as London's St. Paul's Cathedral. Mysore is also renowned for its sweets, sandalwood and silk. Head to the lively Deveraja Market to buy a box of Mysore pak to take back for your family and friends. This sweet local delicacy melts in the mouth.

What can I expect from a business aspect?

Textiles, heavy industry and tourism have long dominated in Mysore, whilst a shifting focusing to I.T. signals an economy that is evolving. Indeed, Mysore is the second largest software exporter in the state of Karnataka. Many hotels in Mysore offer well-appointed conference spaces, whilst key trade events include The Sahara Art and Crafts Exhibition, a month-long fair that's held annually from July to August.

What can I do in my spare time, close to my hotel in Mysore?

Fortunately, you'll find an array of things to explore near to your Mysore hotel. After a day of business meetings, take a relaxing walk in the beautiful Brindavan Gardens, a huge botanical park with musical fountains. The gardens were built in connection to a dam, and there are boats you can row along the river that runs beneath the dam. The Happy Man Park is another great place to unwind. As well as an unusual statue of a laughing Buddha, the park houses a mini zoo. For mouth-watering South Indian cuisine, pay a visit to The Foodie Restaurant, which is aptly named. Catering to all diets, vegetarian included, it exudes simple charm. If you want to impress a client, then a top pick is Sapphire, housed within a splendid ballroom.