The Lalit Ashok Bangalore
Kumara Krupa High Grounds Bangalore, 560001 IN
184 rooms, 8 floors
This hotel is one of the swankiest hotels in the Bangalore City that feature contemporary decor, complimented with the latest technology, along with trendy guest amenities and services. There are chic rooms and facilities, namely a fitness and rejuvenation center, an outdoor swimming pool and a golf course. Pan-Asian and international cuisine and kebabs and curries can be relished at any of its fine-dining outlets. Other services include: a 24 hour business centre, travel desk, shopping arcade, car parking, and banquet facilities.
(Additional fees may apply to some amenities)
- Swimming Pool
- Restaurant On Site
- High-Speed Internet
- Room Service
- Fitness Facility
- Kids Activities
- Dry Cleaning/Laundry
- Golf Course
- Tennis Courts
- Business Center
- Meeting Rooms
- Wheelchair Accessible
Number of Bars in Hotel: 2
Number of Restaurants in Hotel: 3
Hunger has no time, so does the food served at 24 7, our 24 hour multi cuisine restaurant Because hunger can strike anywhere and anytime. Located at the lobby level, just besides the pool, the restaurant also provides an option of cafe dining just besides the pool. With a total of 144 covers, the restaurant is the largest and one of the best restaurants of the city serving multi cuisine dishes.
Guests can eat to their hearts content and to the tune of their stomach as this cafe restaurant provides an option of choosing from a buffet served at breakfast, lunch and dinner or also an elaborate a la carte dining guide prepared extensively from healthy and quality ingredients. The buffet here are an ideal place for all the guests to meet and mingle with other guests.
With ethnic and authentic paintings hanging on the wall, wooden cylinders hanging from the ceiling and the instrumental music that is played within the full length glass windows, giving a scenic view of the pool, are
Baluchi, the specialty restaurant at The LaLiT Bangalore, is all set to take you to the bygone eras of Baluchistan. It is the first five star hotel restaurant of the city that pays homage to the delicacies of Baluchistan, and presents an authentic fare of Baluchi cooking. The kitchen at the Baluchi specializes in authentic and indigenous style of cooking that includes four varieties of cooking which are, Tawa, Kadai, Deghchi, and Lagan in curries and tawa, tandoor, sigdi and pathar for kebabs. The menu is a delight to the palate, which includes a variety of kebabs, shorbas, roti and rice dishes.
With its great variety of aromatics dishes, Baluchi sets an atmosphere for a quite and delightful meal. A big rustic pitcher sitting right at the entrance of the restaurant gives guests Indian feel, and takes them to the bygone era of the Baluchi. The usage of copper metal (most common metal