The southern state of Karnataka is among the most culturally, historically, and ecologically diverse states in India. It is home to some of the best-preserved royal architectures in the country. The monuments are not merely reflective of Karnataka ’s art and culture, but also give an insight into the ingenuity of the architects that once walked this land. You even have almost untouched ancient cities still intact, which offer you inexhaustible options for exploration.

The state’s geographical diversity ranges from long beaches of Mangalore to the lush greenery of the Western Ghats. The state has something to satiate every craving of a foreign tourist. It has rigorous treks for the adventurist and serene temples for the spiritual person in you.
Karnataka The Leela, Bangalore
The Leela Palace Bangalore, set among nine acres of ornate gardens and cascading waterfalls, offers the ultimate in five-star indulgence with palatial accommodations and world class dining. Inspired by the architectural glory of Mysore and the art and embellishment by Mrs. Madhu Nair, The Leela captures a feeling of grandeur and majesty that combines the riches of Indian history with contemporary opulence and comfort. Step into another world.
Karnataka The Taj West End, Bangalore
Next to the Golf Club and across from the Turf Club track stands The Taj West End, a lush, 20-acre garden in the middle of Bangalore, a bustling city. Noted as a Leading Hotel of the World. Exquisite gardens and beautiful water features enhance the natural beauty of the accommodations. The gardens are so intrinsic to The Taj West End experience that all the residential blocks are named after flora such as Zinnia, Jasmine, Aster and other lovely blooms.
Karnataka Soukya, Bangalore
SOUKYA, Dr. Mathai's International Holistic Health Centre, is a unique facility that helps restore the natural balance of your mind, body and spirit by combining modern medical advancements, ancient medical techniques and complementary therapies used worldwide. This residential facility brings in the best medical doctors and therapies from around the world.
Karnataka Lalitha Mahal Palace, Mysore
On a low hill, just outside the royal city of Mysore, stand a shimmering white palace - a splendid Italianate palazzo, double-columned and domed - set in sprawling terraced and landscaped gardens. This is the Lalitha Mahal Palace, built by the erstwhile Maharaja of Mysore to host his most important guest, the Viceroy of India.

Vivanta by Taj – Madikeri
Vivanta by Taj – Madikeri, is quite simply a journey of lost and found. It invites you to travel to the bosom of a 180 acre living rainforest and unravel surprise after surprise in the most delightful style. Find out how inspiration has been drawn from Coorg style houses – sloping roofs, pillars, open-to-sky entrances - mundu mane, the structural veil of kinle work. And the solid platform base of the façade for every cottage which replicates the design of the Madikeri fort. Find the harmony in the lobby façade that is inspired from the Iguthappa and Omkareshwara temples of Coorg. Don’t miss the amphi theatre inspired by the Omkareshwara temple tank. It’s awesome. Lose yourself in the pleasure of the courtyard spaces, the private plunge pools and the Jiva Grande Spa with a host of rejuvenation options: a climate controlled indoor swimming pool and another open-air, in the woods & under the stars.

Karnataka Orange County, Kabini
Orange County, Kabini comes with all the facilities you’d expect in a world class luxury resort, no doubt its voted as “25 World’s Best Eco Lodges” by National Geographic Traveler.Inspired in design by the Hadis or tribal villages, this picturesque resort of sweeping panoramic vistas, is bordered on two sides by the Kabini River.
Karnataka Red Earth, Kabini
Red Earth has been developed, to provide an informal and homely atmosphere to our guests, simultaneously ensuring the quality of service is maintained at the highest level with a very personalised level of service and care.Situated on the back waters of the Kabini dam; the land has water as its boundary on two sides. The river Kapila across which the dam has been built divides the Bandipur and Nagarhole national parks.

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