The Rajendra Vilas is a royal residence inn on Chamundi Hills in Mysore, Karnataka, India. It is currently shut and in a condition of disregard and must be chatted with earlier authorization. The Rajendra Vilas royal residence is situated over Chamundi Hills, at a rise of almost 1,000 feet. A more seasoned building existed at the area that dated back to 1822, which was utilized as a mid year castle by the Wodeyars of Mysore. Maharaja Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV was shown logic and English in this building. The origination of an a lot bigger building was started during the 1920s. The castle was charged by Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV, and was finished in 1938-39.
Notwithstanding, its designs were down-scaled because of budgetary issues, and the building wasn't developed as extravagantly as arranged. It has four chhatris and a focal vault. The chhatris are in Rajasthani style, the other expressive components being particularly Indo-Sarcenic. The focal vault lays on a high neck in the style of Mysore Palace. The focal pinnacle is ribbed and exhibits a light. A semi-round verandah toward the north gives an all encompassing perspective of the city. The main floor opens to extensive patios bordering the chhatris. The castle inn has around 25 suites.