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Enrise by Sayaji - Best Banquet hotel in Bhopal

Nestled amid lush gardens near the mouth of Upper Lake, this upscale hotel is 5 km from Van Vihar National Park, 6 km from Bharat Bhavan art museum and 7 km from the Taj-ul-Masajid mosque.The bright, polished rooms have contemporary furnishings, and offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges , some add sofas. Room ...


Radisson Hotel Bhopal

In a residential area, this upmarket hotel is 10 km from Madhya Pradesh Tribal Museum, 20 km from Upper Lake and 22 km from Rajabhoj International Airport.The relaxed rooms have Wi-Fi, TVs, minibars and kettles. Upgraded rooms feature sitting areas; suites add living rooms. Room service is available.  ...


Noor Us Sabah Palace

Set in a palatial estate built in the 1920s, this upscale heritage hotel sits on 18 acres of garden overlooking Bhopal Lake, 3 km from the Taj-ul-Masajid mosque, and 8 km from Van Vihar National Park. The bright, elegant rooms and suites offer free Wi-Fi, satellite TV, minibars, and tea and coffeemaking equipment. 


Citrus Prime Bhopal

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Facing a busy road, this relaxed hotel is 1 km from Misrod train station, 11 km from the Birla Museum and 17 km from Van Vihar National Park.The understated rooms provide s...



Popularly known as the city of lakes, Bhopal is the capital city of Madhya Pradesh. It is located roughly 360 miles far from the Indian capital, New Delhi. The origin of Bhopal dates back to the 11th century. It was founded by King Bhoja, king of the Paramara dynasty (1000 CE - 1055 CE). Thus, the city was named after him as Bhojpal. Later in the 13th century, it was attacked and plundered by its neighbouring cities. The city was re-established as Bhopal when Dost Mohammed Khan of neighbouring Islamnagar built a fort (Fatehgarh)...