The Golden Chariot comprises of 19 coaches, among which 11 are guest coaches and the rest are service coaches. The coaches are named after the ancient and medieval era’s dynasties. The coaches are ornamented with various floral motifs of that particular time. The well-appointed cabins of the train have classy décor reflecting Indian tradition. Enjoy royal pampering while having a comfortable stay on the move. The captivating architectural style of Mysore and the Hoysala dynasty can be seen in the intricate carvings, antique furniture and the interiors.
The Golden Chariot has two remarkable restaurants named as Nala and Ruchi with royal décor inspired from the architectural style of temples of Halebidu and Hampi. The restaurants serve various lip-smacking delicacies (vegetarian and non-vegetarian) to their guests in the soothing ambiance. You have la carte menu and table d’hôte meals options to choose from (charges are included in the tariff).
The bar on the train has a collection of the finest liquor and wine of Indian and international brands. Experience and enjoy a drink and snacks in the lavish and elegant furnishings of the bar.
This restaurant is named after Nala, the legendary chef. It serves relishing dishes in a traditional environment.
The term Ruchi means taste. Therefore, you can taste many delicious Indian and international delicacies in this restaurant. Madira The lounge bar on the train is a place for you to relax and unwind your drained senses. The interior of the bar is inspired from Mysore Palace and has a fine collection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.
You can also carry out your business tasks aboard the train as the Golden Chariot has a well-equipped Conference car. It is facilitated with the following: