Finding an ideal romantic hotel in Mysuru (Mysore) does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Green Hotel, a nice option for travellers like you.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a desk, and you can stay connected during your stay as Green Hotel offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge. Plus, Green Hotel offers breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Close to some of Mysuru (Mysore)'s most popular landmarks, such as Dufferin Clock Tower (2.5 mi) and Oriental Research Institute (2.7 mi), Green Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
While in Mysuru (Mysore) be sure to experience local oyster favourites at Oyster Bay.
Mysuru (Mysore) is also known for some great historic sites, including Mysore Maharajah's Palace (Amba Vilas) and Srirangapatna, which are not too far from Green Hotel.
Green Hotel puts the best of Mysuru (Mysore) at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
My cousin and I were due to return to Mysore in Sept 2020 for 2 weeks to train with our yoga teacher, and we had made a reservation with the Green Hotel, and paid a 50% deposit. Due to COVID-19 global travel restrictions, the training was cancelled, and we requested for a refund as international borders were closed and Mysore was in lockdown, just like many parts of India. Numerous emails were sent since JUNE, and after many, many phone calls, we managed to speak to the manager, Mr D'Souza , and he said he would bring this up to higher management, but after weeks and months, he could not be reached for any updates, and even refused to answer our phone calls, WhatsApp or emails. We even wrote an email to the Charity Board of Trust but nobody responded. This is highly unprofessional and irresponsible of the Green Hotel! This is not our first time staying there (we have been to India 5 times and we make it a point to stay at the Green Hotel each time we are in Mysore). Ignoring our emails and phone calls is not the solution. If you cannot refund our deposit because your hotel has closed down its business due to the global pandemic , then have the courtesy to inform us so. We are pretty sure we are not the only ones affected by this unprofessionalism. We booked directly with the hotel and not through Agoda or Booking. Be careful if you're planning to book a stay at the Green Hotel in the near future - this could happen to you too.…
I enjoyed myself very much at the Green Hotel. I stayed in the large Bollywood room on the ground floor away from the road. A very nice room with high ceilings with an enormous bathroom with tub. Outside was a lovely sitting area with beautiful tiled floors to keep you cool. Dinner on the lawn was nice, yummy cake in the coffee shop (coffee not so good unfortunately), breakfast only average. I also had a wonderful driver Mr Lokesh (ask at the front desk) who looked after me in his Tuk Tuk and found me a good local coffee. This place was right up my alley, slightly faded glory at its best.
This old Maharajah’place unfortunately only has 4 years left on its lease as a hotel so go while you can. The main building has 6 fancy rooms which we were shown and where you can stay but the bulk of the accommodation is in a purpose built block. It is not super fancy but definitely comfortable. The lovely gardens and the food served out there is just the perfect. The breakfast that comes with the room was good with the usual pancakes, omelettes etc on offer as well as South Indian breakfast. Good WiFi. The cafe was a bit disappointing. Their cakes were good but not their coffee which, given the credentials of having been trained by a French chef, could have been better. Service there was a bit slow. The hotel had no alcohol licence when we were there but you could buy your own round the corner and bring it in. The ethos behind the Green Hotel of supporting local projects and charities is good and worth in turn your support. …
Bollywood room, One of 2 rooms in the main house, ground floor, in the back with a private internal patio. It has a bathtub, it is quiet, cool, and lovely. We arrived here 5am after being chucked off a night bus, there was a room waiting for us with hot water in the bathroom. A soft landing for sure - then we heard the price ("we only have this room at this moment" - and it was 5am). Refreshed by 9am, we managed to get the room above at a fair price and spent 4 days enjoying the cool, calm, quiet of this hotel. Breakfast was delightful, simple and tasty, with excellent service. We had dinner once in the garden, it was lovely, simple, and easy, a fairytale. Green Hotel is perfectly located, 5 minute walk away is a shopping and eating area, 20 minutes to the yoga ghetto of Gokulam where you find all the Europeans.…
Don’t come to this hotel if you are looking for every modern convenience, TV and tea and coffee making facilities in your room or the most up today bathroom. But we found it charming nonetheless. Breakfast choices are limited but fine, the in house coffee shop does lovely cakes and the restaurant serves delicious paneer manchurian and dhal makhani among others. Sadly there is no alcohol licence. We enjoyed staying in the faded grandeur of the palace and admire the charitable aims and ecological ambitions of the hotel.