The Jehan Numa lies on the border of Bhopal city, tucked away in the evergreen forest and is an essential spa retreat. A combination of deep woods and slick modern design blended with tradition lodge layout offers a luxury getaway for those in need of a light pampering. Jehan Numa is subtly elegant, wonderfully organic and just simple. Mud-caked walls and ethnic design deliver the simplicity in individual huts – one might mistake for a rural village until you see the insides. Modern amenities balanced against back-to-basics design make this retreat a unique experience. All the rooms are of course en-suite and are equipped with Wifi.
The Spa and Wellness centre is the key attraction for this retreat with an open air pool and therapy rooms. This retreat has two sumptuous restaurants offering fine dining. The first offers delicious curries served to guests under the Jamun tree, ideal for soaking up the atmosphere, and the second offers global cuisine in a restaurant setting. Activities on offer at Jehan Numa include cycling, golf, croquet and all important tree plantation. Jehan Numa has won several awards including Best Heritage Hotel three times and is rated by the Telegraph as one of the top 15 Palace hotels of the world. Inarguably, an excellent choice for travellers to connect with real India.
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