Radisson Blu Hotel Indore

Nearby Attractions


Offering a seemingly endless amount of temples, palaces and cultural sights, Indore is a city rich with history. After training seminars or coaching sessions in one of our meeting rooms, make time to see attractions like the iconic Lord Ganesha statue at Bada Ganpati or the Rajwada Palace. For patrons who have time to venture out from Indore, day-trip destinations like Mandu, Ujjain and Maheshwar are all less than 100 kilometers from the Radisson Blu hotel.

Nearby attractions:

  • Chhatris - 6.6 km
    Set on the banks of the Khan River, the Chhatris were carved out of stone and stand on the burial areas of the Holka rulers whom they honor.
  • Town Hall - 7.5 km
    Also known as Mahatma Gandhi Hall, Town Hall is a grand Indo-Gothic structure that was built in 1904 not far from the railway station.
  • Rajwada - 8.5 km
    The extravagant Rajwada Palace was once the home of the Holkar rulers of Indore. Tour the structure and then explore the shops and street food nearby.
  • Bada Ganpati - 9.2 km
    The Bada Ganpati temple is home to one of Indore's most famous attractions, a huge pink and orange statue of Lord Ganesha.
  • Central Museum - 9.2 km
    For a trip back to the past, head to the Central Museum (also known as the Indore Museum) and see a glimpse of Indore's prehistoric civilizations.
  • Kanch Mandir - 10.1 km
    Kanch Mandir is one of Indore’s most popular sights; tour this 20th-century Jain temple that was built entirely out of glass and mirrors.
  • Lal Bagh Palace - 10.9 km
    From the grand gates and stunning white facade to the expansive painting on the interior’s ceiling, Lal Bagh Palace is a must-see attraction for those close to the banks of the Saraswati River.
  • Bijasen Tekri - 14.2 km
    Southwest of the city center, the Bijasen Tekri temple is perched on a hilltop, offering a serene location and sweeping views of Indore.

Nearby excursions:

  • Ujjain - 55 km
    Ujjain, one of India’s oldest cities, features the famous  Mahakaleshwar Temple that enshrines one of the 12 Jyotirlingas. Additionally, Ujjain hosts the Kumbh Mela, the country’s largest religious festival.
  • Omkareshwar - 75 km
    Positioned on an island in the Narmada River, Omkareshwar temple is one of the 12 Jyotirlinga shrines of Lord Shiva.
  • Maheshwar - 91 km
    Home to the Ahilya Fort on the shoreline of the Narmada River, Maheshwar also boasts over 100 intricate and beautiful temples.
  • Mandu - Mandavgarh - 97 km
    A ruined city, Mandu is teeming with examples of Afghan architecture, including grand palaces, decorated canals and over 40 monuments.