Royal Orchid Metropole Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
Photos of Royal Orchid Metropole Hotel
TravelPod Member ReviewsRoyal Orchid Metropole Hotel Mysore
Here is our hotel.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Royal Orchid Metropole Hotel Mysore
Travel Blogs from Mysore
... who looked like Ric************, who very vociferously encouraged everyone crossing him, I desperately really needed every bit of it now to survive the next 6-7 km. The farmers were amazed to see so many people running and were probably discussing the lack of any useful task with these urbanites and women farmers were particularly delighted to see so many women runners.
Meanwhile there were two yellow coloured TATA trucks being given ...
... only one fifteenth of the price of the one that came first place! Mysore was looking better already!
We knew we were only going to be here for a couple of days, so we went to the bus station to book our next trip. To say the lady behind the counter was a miserable cow is being kind. She made me look happy … and that’s saying something. After a very long period of time, we eventually extracted the bus information from super b*tch ...
... A dog next door barks anytime someone drives by, and there’s some kind of bird in the coconut tree across the way that chirps non-stop for hours, like a squeaky fan. It drives me nuts in a way the sirens of Chicago never did, but of course, at home I can close my windows and blast the air conditioning. Not here.
Everything here is just a bit different compared to home. The oranges are green, limes are yellow, ...
... was a truely spectacular sight. We held our breath as live music started by a small band. The pictures really do not do justice to the beauty of this place.
The next day we ventured to Chamundi Hills. Unfortunately Komilla had misread in the book that there were 100 steps to the top. We quickly realised there were in fact 1,000 uneven, steep steps! Oops. We made our way up sweaty and tired. It was a particularly hot day but the views from the ...
... he was in town, and was suitably impressive, with grand marble staircases and Wedgewood-blue dining room. Iced coffee was smashing, but the toasted sandwich appeared to have been toasted a week earlier and then kept in the fridge. The other ladies on the tour made me promise that I'll seek out a 'real' high tea at some stage, either in the UK or in Australia, so that I don't have the wrong idea about them, based on the Indian experience!
Sat morning ...