Hotel Shikhar Palace
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Beverage Selection
- Free parking
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Shikhar Palace Jabalpur
Travel Blogs from Jabalpur
... and pointing, through the dense bush we saw a glimpse of orange. The tiger not too impressed with the amount of screaming got up and walked off. Someone needs to tell them how to safari properly! We drove around this area, trying to spot where it had walked off too, we saw him again sitting down but there was a lot of dense bush and all you could see were the white furry spots over their eyes. For something that's bright orange, they are ...
... who got married and this was their chance to have a party with friends and relations
I didn’t introduce myself this time, I really didn’t think it was right to have some random English bloke popping up on photos everywhere, so I just went to my room, Anand tried to tell me he was going to have an early night, maybe he knew something I didn’t, but with a party going on underneath us, I don’t think it’s going ...
... another ruler who defended India from the Muslim hordes, the statue looked pretty good, but they have forgotten his name which is a shame, after defending your country
There was a statue of his son across the road, his statue is normally surrounded by water, but it hasn’t rained for him so he sits in a dried up lake, (they don’t know his name either)
We had lunch then, and yes it was vegetarian again (it seems there are no ...
... bed covers though, a walk in shower, in fact the whole bathroom is the shower, the room is very big as well
The settee and armchair look like they were left over from the 50’s or whatever age tubular steel was in fashion, a flat screen TV that has a bundle of cables around it
They have given me a great first impression, but I aint sure if they think I am someone else
I was given a table, nice white lined table cloth, plastic plate, a pot ...
... overcooked, every morsel of food was gone. So it was either good or mediocre but everyone was starving; I prefer to think it was both. I really enjoyed organizing and cooking for the group; made me realize that I actually miss cooking.
Rest of the evening was spent hanging around the campfire getting to know each other and enjoy each others company. It’s probably been about the first time we’ve had an opportunity to do so since the start of the ...