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  Bhopal, India
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26 May, 2017 (Fri)
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27 May, 2017 (Sat)
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Room(s) on per night price May 26 - May 27
Standard Room USD 122
Regal USD 170
Imperial USD 195

" I am a travel bug most of the times, but it was kind of sad when I heard that I'd be traveling to Bhopal for work and then the Admin guy came up to tell me that I'd be living at Jehan Numa Palace and I was quick to retort with a "You can surely do better than that" to which he sternly replied and said "No"...Whoa I thought I'd concentrate on the work more than the hotel and ideally that's how it's supposed to be on a work trip aint it?

And so I met a elderly Cabbie at the Airport who was asked to pick me up and we drove off to Jehan Numa Palace, I wouldn't really want you know the picture i had in mind...I also asked the cabbie if there was any better place and he too quickly almost snapped back at me and said "No" ...Tough cheese I thought I'd have to just go through with living at this place, no escape. As he stepped on gas and drove off from the airport I suddenly started liking the place, whatever was passing by, the people, the lakes and also the grand old man' commentary in the background. It just got more gorgeous when we reached Shamala hills and there across stood Jehan Numa Palace and it was melodramatic as I would like to call it Love at first Site:-)

In all it's splendor a Grand Heritage Hotel built in the 19th century, Italian Renaissance structure and all it's opulence intact did make me feel like a royalty at once. The rooms are spacious, I loved the courtyard and the way the structure looks especially at nights. The service is great. I ate at Shahnama, Under the Mango Tree (i think it's an awesome name and place) and La Kuchina, the food was lovely and servings are were too large for a single person. The breakfast spread was nice and healthy.

In and around the lobby you can sit and view the artifacts and memorabilia- all so fascinating.
I could endlessly talk about this place because I am so in love with it, it's old world charm and the kind hospitality but I think I'd let you go and discover this place and its' offerings . "

- Bugsiethe..."