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Century old Cosmopolitan Club betters its hospitality; renovates guest rooms with heritage look

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Mysuru: The 127-year-old The Cosmopolitan Club has renovated its guest rooms in a record time.

Addressing media persons here on Wednesday, Vinay Shankar, CEO, Nakhsha Builders, said “The project was completed in just 67 days. The renovated building houses eight guest rooms including six premiums and two luxuries. The renovated guest house, which was inaugurated by scion of erstwhile royal family of Mysuru Yaduveer Krishnadatta Chamaraja Wadiyar is all set to welcome club members and guests from across the country. It can be brought to light that with the completion of renovation, the Cosmopolitan Club is all set to welcome members and guests from across the country to experience memorable hospitality”.

The Club was established in 1895 by the benevolence of Sardar M Kantharaje Urs, then Dewan of Mysore, who bestowed prime land of over four acres. It was a time when Mysore Kingdom was under the suzerainty of the British, who started the club culture mainly for relaxation of their officers and families.

Expressing happiness over early completion, Vinay Shankar said “the project has eight rooms of which six are premium and two luxuries. We have introduced an Indian contemporary with a heritage look to retain old glory”.

The new building has modern amenities to pamper guests.

“We have provided end to end solutions keeping in mind the history of the club. We utilised existing space effectively to provide a modern outlook without hampering the heritage,” added Pratibha Nayak, COO, Nakhsha Builders.

– Team Mysoorunews 


Interior of renovated guest room at The Cosmopolitan Club, Mysuru

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