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Radisson Blu Hotel Indore

Nearby Attractions


Explore the amazing attractions of Indore near our hotel

The Radisson Blu Indore offers hotel guests upscale accommodations near some of the region’s most spectacular and iconic attractions. History aficionados can tour the Central Museum and Rajwada, while art lovers can browse the impressive collections that line the halls of Lal Bagh Palace. Guests can also visit the world’s largest idol of Lord Genesha, Bada Ganpati. If you’d like to take a day trip, the cities of Mandu, Ujjain and Maheshwar are within an easy drive from the Radisson Blu Indore.

Nearby attractions:

  • Chhatris - 6.6 km
    These striking stone memorials were created by the Maratha rulers to honor the region’s Holkar dynasty.
  • Town Hall - 7.5 km
    Dating back to 1904, this famous Indo-Gothic Mahatma Gandhi Hall features an impressive Ghanta Ghar clock tower.
  • Rajwada - 8.5 km
    Feast your eyes on this extravagant building that served as the Holkar ruler’s palace.
  • Bada Ganpati - 9.2 km
    One of the city’s most visited attractions, this brightly colored statue of Lord Ganesha stands 25 feet tall.
  • Central Museum - 9.2 km
    Also known as the Indore Museum, this fascinating destination offers tourists a glimpse into India’s prehistoric civilizations.
  • Kanch Mandir - 10.1 km
    This spectacular building, completed by “Cotton King” Sir Hukumchand Seth, is composed entirely of glass and mirrors.
  • Lal Bagh Palace - 10.9 km
    This breathtaking riverside palace was built by Maharaja Shivaji Rao Holkar. It showcases lavish paintings, architecture and textiles.
  • Bijasen Tekri - 14.2 km
    Take in unforgettable views of Indore from this hilltop temple, which is dedicated to the goddess Durga.
Nearby excursions:

Ujjain (55 km)
One of the country’s most ancient cities, Ujjain is considered one of the seven sacred places to attain moksha. It once served as the capital of Avanti and a centre of learning. It is also regarded as the Greenwich of Hindu astronomers and astrologers. Ujjain is famous for its Mahakaleshwar Temple that enshrines one of the twelve Jyotirlingas. The lingam of the temple is considered swayambhu (self created). Ujjain is also one of the venues of the Kumbh Melas, India’s greatest religious festival. Other attractions include the Bhartrihari Caves, Sandipani (Shri Krishna's guru) Ashram and the Jai Singh ancient observatory.

Omkareshwar (75 km)
This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is one of India’s holiest Hindu sites. Omkareshwar is also home to one of twelve Jyotirlingam shrines.

Maheshwar (91 km)
This small town is famous for Ahilya Fort by the Narmada River and its temples. It is also known for the Maheshwari saris produced by local weavers.

Mandu - Mandavgarh (97 km)
Situated in the Vindhya Ranges, Mandavgarh is popularly known as Mandu and is known for its natural beauty and for being home to the largest fort in India. This fort contains the ruins of palaces, decorated canals, baths and over 40 monuments.