The golden chariot management has taken every possible precaution to make the train as close to history as humanly possible. The passenger coaches of the train that are eleven in number are a prime example. For starters, the coaches have been named after the various royal houses that have ruled Karnataka over the ages like Rastrakuta, Hoysala, Ganga, Kadamba, Chalukya Bhahamani, Adhilshahi, Sangama, Shathavashna, Yudukula and Vijayanagar.

It is not just through names alone that the golden chariot is able to invoke the royal sentiments. The train's interiors are fit enough to be a king's personal bedchambers. The Golden Chariot has been artistically decorated with several delicate carvings. The wall panels and furniture take their inspiration from the Mysore and Hoyasala architecture. The weeklong journey that the Golden Chariot encompasses through Karnataka and Goa is as royal and majestic as the destinations that it covers due to the facilities adorn its coaches.

The red carpet treatment doesn't end here though; the coaches also have a wi-fi ambiance, plasma televisions and attached baths. The coaches are fully air conditioned. The coaches of golden chariot have 26 twin beds along with 17 double bed cabins and one cabin for the physically challenged. The beds on the on the golden chariot also deserve a special mention for they provide unparallel comfort that is much sought after a long day of travel. The cabins also have an attached wardrobe, writing desks etc. that only add to the comfort of travel.

Recreating the architectural aesthetics of erstwhile south Indian dynasties are the 44 guest cabins categorized as 26 twin bed cabins, 17 double bed cabins and 1 cabins for the physically challenged. The intricate carvings on the ceilings, wall panels and furniture are inspired from the Hoysala and Mysore architectural movement. State of the art amenities such as WI-FI internet, LCD television with satellite channels, writing desk, wardrobe and central air conditioning.

Golden Chariot features two multi-cuisine restaurants- Nala and Ruchi- serves a delectable buffet spread of vegetarian and non-vegetarian cuisines on the platter of the guests. The names of both these restaurants draw inspiration from the Indian mythological texts and their interiors are reminiscent of Halebid and Hampi architectural style. While Nala was a legendary king and a chef in the days of Mahabharata, Ruchi is a Sanskrit word meaning fine taste.

Lounge Bar
The on-site lounge bar- Madira- is the place unwind after a tiring day of sightseeing excursion. Stocked with the fine assortment of international wines and spirits, Madira is a sheer delight for wine connoisseurs. The interiors of this lounge bar draw inspiration from the aesthetics of the Mysore palace.
Conference Car
Offering a seating capacity of 30 guests in all, the conference car on board the Golden Chariot will let you execute your business meetings in a royal manner. The car is housed with state of the art technology such as 42 inch LCD television, WI-FI internet and audio-visual equipments.

Health and Recreation
The 'Nirvana Spa' housed on board Golden Chariot offers holistic wellness through an array of Ayurvedic and spa therapies. The recreational coach also comprises a fully equipped gymnasium.


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