Jehan Numa Palace
Jehan Numa Palace, nestled on the slopes of Shamla Hill, Bhopal, set in five acres of lush green grass, trees and splashes of colourful Bougainvilla, is a delightful and charming get-away.
The Palace, more than a century old is a superb example of a medley of British Colonial, Italian Renaissance and Classical Greek Architecture. Jehan Numa Palace was built in the year 1890, during the rule of Nawab Sultan Jehan Begum by her second son General Obaidullah Khan, Commander-in-Chief of the erstwhile Bhopal State Forces. Today, after years of restoration and reconstruction, Jehan Numa Palace has regained its past glory.
An imposing and impressive structure, it is now a unique "Grand Heritage" hotel with 60 centrally air-conditioned rooms, 24 hour Coffee Shop, multi-cuisine Restaurant, exclusive heritage bar, pub and weekend club, Garden Bar-Be-Que, round the clock room service, Cyber Cafe, four halls of different sizes can occupy upto 400 people, beautiful lawns for dinner parties upto 700 people and a well equipped Fitness Centre with swimming pool.
60 centrally Air Conditioned rooms and Suites are luxurious and beautiful, yet equipped with the most modern of conveniences for comfort and relaxation. CTV, Satellite channels, direct dial telephone facilities, Internet connectivity, message receiving services, attached bath with hot & cold water are available with all rooms.
All Suites are having minibar.The accommodations face lush green courtyards with African Tulips, exotic flower beds, plants and quaint fountains, with individual sit outs. It is a pleasure to sit out, enjoy the lawns and sip your morning Tea or Coffee. The 'Heritage Suites' are as original as they were when the Palace was first built.