The Leela Palace Bengaluru

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23 HAL Airport Road Bengaluru 560 008




2019 •Travel Leisure USA Readers Choice Worlds Best Awards - The Leela Palace Bengaluru ranked #10 amongst the "Top 10 city hotels in Asia" •WOW Award Asia 2019 - The Leela Palace Bengaluru awarded as the "best venue for business events in Metro India" 2018 •Travel Leisure USA Worlds Best Awards 2018: The Leela Palaces Hotels & Resorts is voted #7 in the ‘Top 20 Hotel Brands in the World’ •Hotel of the year -India, Middle East & Africa 2018 by Preferred Hotel & Resorts •Zee Business Travel Awards, “Best Luxury Hotel” in India, September 2018 2017 •Travel + Leisure USA Worlds Best Awards 2017 -Top 15 Hotel Brands in the World •The Mercer NDTV Employer Excellence Awards 2017: rated The Leela Palace Bengaluru as one amongst top 5 companies in India for two categories Reward & Recognition and Connected organization•India's Favorite Hospitality Group 2017 for MICE & Weddings by Experiential Venues •TripAdvisor2017 Travellers’ Choice™ awards –ranked #23 among “Top 25 Luxury Hotels of India”, January 2017 •CNTIndia’s Top 100 Business Hotels –May 2017 •EazydinerAwards –VirSanghvi’sChoice –Jamavar as Best Indian Restaurant in Hotel, February 2017 & People’s Choice –Citrus as Best Café in Hotel, February 20172016 •Great Initiatives for Today’s and Tomorrow’s Society by Preferred -Preferred Pineapple Award winner for Education •Icons of Whisky -Library Bar receives Gold Certification, October 2016 •India Nightlife Convention & Awards –Library bar won the “Best Wine bar in Bangalore” award, September 2016 •Times Food and Night Life Awards –Library bar voted Best Bars, January 2016 and Le Cirque Signature voted Best European, January 2016 •National Energy Conservation Award-The Leela Palace Bengaluru, Hotel sector (5 star and above) category, December 2016

Venue Highlights


Room features and guest services

  • Concierge services
  • Internet access
  • Laundry service
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service
  • View (garden)
  • Voicemail box


  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite gift shop
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Onsite security
  • Space (outdoor)
  • Space (private)

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center
  • Video conference
  • VIP services

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Outdoor pool
  • Spa or salon
  • Whirlpool

Venue accessibility

  • Airport shuttle
  • Bus
  • Taxi
  • Train

Distance from airport

  • 27.96 mi. from venue


  • Complimentary parking

The Leela Palace Bengaluru Meeting Space

Total meeting space31,767 sq. ft.
Meeting rooms24
Largest room7,000 sq. ft.
Second largest room4,400 sq. ft.
Space (Private)20,000 sq. ft.
Space (Outdoor)2,500 sq. ft.
Exhibit Space20,000 sq. ft.

Guest Rooms

Total guest rooms357
Single (1 bed)278
Double (2 beds)50
Tax rate28%

Local Attractions

KGA Golf Course

5 minutes away
It was in 1973, that a group of avid golfers from Karnataka, embarked on a mission of identifying Bangalore as the golfing capital of South India. The search for a suitable site for an international standard golf course started in right earnest and in May 1980, the then Chief Minister of Karnataka, Shri. R Gundu Rao personally took the initiative to hand over 125 acres of land in Challaghatta to the Karnataka Golf Association. The next five years were spent in fund raising and working with the renowned golf course architects M/s Thomson Wolveridge and Associates of Australia headed by British Open Winner Peter Thomsom. The proposed SAARC heads of states meeting at Bangalore in 1986 proved to be the catalyst for the central government infusing funds for the golf course project. The then chief minister of Karnataka, Shri Ramakrishna Hegde, himself an avid golfer, made available Rs.25 lakhs and in December 1986, 9 holes were completed and opened well before the conference. Three years later, in May 1989, all eighteen holes were completed and the Karnataka Golf Association championship course was offered to the playing members.

Vidhan Soudha

Historical landmark
20 minutes away
Vidhan Soudha, built in the year 1954 is one of the major centers of attraction in Bangalore. The architecture of the building is based on the neo Dravidian style and it presently houses the Legislative Assembly of the state of Karnataka. The gleaming white domes, pillars and archways, resemble the architectural pattern of Mysore's old palaces. The huge, carved doors of the cabinet room are made of pure sandalwood. The building also houses a part of the Karnataka secretariat.
Bengaluru, IN

Indira Nagar

3 km away
Indira Nagar, the new-age destination in the city is meerly 2 kms away from the palace property. The place is a hub for the uber cool and the creme-de-la-creme of the city with a range of dining and entertainment options. Some of the must-visit places while you are in the city would be - TOIT, the famous brewery of the city. Contemporary eateries like Monkey Bar, Fatty Bao, Glocal, Black Rabbit and shopping options ranging from designer labels like Ritu Kumar, to high-street fashion like Kazo and the authentic ethnic products like FabIndia The best destination to enjoy beers in Pub city.

Bangalore Palace

Historical landmark
25 minutes away
Built in the year 1887, Bangalore palace is a must see tourist spot in the garden city. The architecture of the palace is based on the Tudor style. The palace is situated in the middle of the Bangalore city. Covering an area of about 800 acres, the palace gives a look of the Windsor Palace of England. It is built in a manner similar to medieval castles in Normandy and England. Its interior boasts of elegant wood carvings and Tudor-style architecture
Bengaluru, IN

HAL Aerospace Museum

4 km away
HAL Aerospace Museum is India's first aerospace museum located at Hindustan Aeronautics Limited premises, in Bangalore


35 minutes away
ISKCON provides much more for the soul, than those rituals. ISKCON are centers of spiritual learning through Godly association, where a visitor is inspired to learn more about Spiritual life. There is a magnificent main temple hall, which houses the altars of Their Lordships Sri Radha Krishna-Chandra, Sri Krishna Balarama & Sri Nitai Gouranga. Also one can see the Golden Chandelier that is shaped like an inverted Lotus Flower.
Bengaluru, IN

MYSORE - Weekend Getaway

Historical landmark
3 hours away
Mysore[, officially renamed as Mysuru, is the third most populous and the third largest city in the state of Karnataka, India. Located in the foothills of the Chamundi Hills about 146 km (91 mi) southwest of the state capital Bangalore, it is spread across an area of 128.42 km2 (50 sq mi). According to the provisional results of the 2011 national census of India, the population is 887,446. Mysore City Corporation is responsible for the civic administration of the city, which is also the headquarters of the Mysore district and the Mysore division.

Tipu's Summer Palace

Historical landmark
20 minutes away
The summer palace of Tipu Sultan was built in Bangalore.The architecture, the layout and the overall look of the palace gives you the idea of the ethnic Mughal lifestyle. The entire structure is built of teakwood. This double-storeyed ornate structure was constructed in 1781-1791 AD. This palace is beautifully decorated with floral motifs on the walls and ceilings. The structure is replete with pillars, arches and balconies. After the death of Tipu, this building was used by the British as their secretariat till 1867 AD. In busy market place of the city, are the remnants of this fort built by Tipu. Whatever remains of the fort reminds one of the struggle of Tipu against the British. There is a small Ganesha temple among the fort ruins.
Bengaluru, IN


With a pink sandstone facade, copper domes and ivy-covered walls, this palace hotel is perhaps the most recognisable of Bengaluru’s landmarks. The hotel’s exterior cues the fusion of Indo-Saracenic and Dravidian architecture. Located on Old Airport Road, it’s a quick cab ride from Bengaluru’s biggest attractions - the Central Business District, Cubbon Park, and the swanky restaurants of Indiranagar. Step in and you’ll be astounded at how green and calm the space is. Stroll along the expansive corridors, pausing to admire the gilded ceilings, carved pillars, stunning paintings and sculptures. Immerse yourself in the divine evening ritual of mangala aarti followed by Carnatic music recitals. Dine on world cuisines at our award-winning restaurants. Enjoy Bengaluru’s balmy weather in our lush, seven-acre gardens or with a drink by the sparkling lagoon; or head straight to your suite where decadent comfort awaits. Features of the property: • Conveniently located to city centre, IT parks and business Districts • A oasis in the middle of the city with over 7 acres of gardens • Inspired from The Royal Palace of Mysore • 357 rooms, including 29 suites • 2 Ballrooms and 12 meeting rooms • Dedicated entry to the Grand Ballroom • Meeting rooms located at one level • Dedicated meeting butler • Royal Club floor offers exclusive access to food & beverage presentations at the lounge , Cigar Lounge and Billiards room • Jamavar - Signature Indian restaurant • Le Cirque Signature: An exclusive experience serving signature French and Italian dishes from the flagship Le Cirque New York • Zen - Pan-asian cuisine • Citrus - All day dining • Library bar - International martinis and single malts


High season
Shoulder season
Nov 27 – Dec 1
Mar 10 – Aug 31
Oct 2 – Oct 8
Oct 25 – Nov 3
Low season
Dec 20 – Dec 31

Facility Restrictions

**Double rooms are Twin bed