Lovers of saga will love to visit the beautiful Jubbal Palace. It nestles approximately 7000 feet above the sea level, amidst rolling hills that are covered with dense forests of pine and cedar. This heritage site is just 5.8 km away from the heart of the city and is easily reachable. The presence of terraced gardens and deliberately trimmed Virginia vines within the complex greatly accentuates the exquisiteness of the palace. Raja Rana Sir Bhagat Chandra demolished the original Victorian structure in 1938. Later, on the same site a summer palace was built in a unique blend of Indian and Chinese architecture styles.
The exteriors flaunt exquisite features like an elaborate citadel and walls with intricate artistry. In the interiors, visitors will find intricately carved structures of timber, suspended attics and signed photographs and paintings of eminent people. The royal family of Jubbal lived here until 1977 when Raj Kumar Uday Singh – Raja Rana Sir Bhagat Chandra’s grandson, converted a part of this palace into a heritage hotel. but now the palace is under the hands of HPTDC and was converted into hotel.