The Lalit Grand Palace, Srinagar
The LaLiT Grand Palace Srinagar The LaLiT Grand Palace, Gupkar Road, Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir (India) Pin - 190001
Designed and built by Maharaja Pratap Singh in 1910, The LaLiT Grand Palace stands witness to key events in India’s history and proudly continuous the royal legacy with élan. Encircled by the Himalayan ranges and overlooking picturesque Dal Lake, it operates 113 well-equipped palace guest rooms, including 10 cottages boasting of magnificent decor and over 4,000 square feet of banqueting space, conference facilities, and a shopping arcade.
The Lalit has always been proud of its high hygiene standards according to international norms. We have redefined our hygiene and cleaning protocols under our new program; "WE CARE", keeping in mind the guidelines laid down by World Health Organisation and Ministry of Health, Government of India.
As mandated by health authorities you are requested to submit a Self-Declaration form and information related to your travel history. Please find below the link of Self Declaration form for your convenience. It is mandatory to have the Aarogya Setu App downloaded in your phone.
Thank you for your co-operation and we look forward to welcoming you at The Lalit – your home away from home.
Formerly the palace residence of the Maharaja of J&K, The LaLiT Grand Palace lies in the eastern part of the city with its sprawling lawns overlooking the Dal Lake. The historic and grand luxury property seamlessly combines 5-star amenities with distinguished antique furniture and fittings, rich upholstery, ethnic carpets and local handicrafts.
The heritage hotel has received prominent guests including Lord Mountbatten. The Chinar Tree in the Palace courtyard was once the site of meeting between Mahatma Gandhi and Maharaja Hari Singh.
Since the time of Maharaja Pratap Singh, The LaLiT Grand Palace Srinagar has welcomed guests from all walks of life into its elegant embrace. Historic and grand, our accommodation has seamlessly blended 5 Star amenities into an ambience distinguished by antique furniture and fittings, rich upholstery, ethnic carpets and handicrafts.