The Pataudi Palace is a Neemrana Group Non-Hotel located just 60 kilometers from Delhi near Gurgaon (Haryana, India) is the home of the cricket legend Nawab of Pataudi. The noble, white palace built by Nawab Ibrahim Ali Khan, was designed by Heinz in 1935, stretching the proportions and scale of the grand residences of Imperial Delhi. After being the home of two generations of the Nawabs of Pataudi, and cricketers Iftikhar Ali Khan and Mansur Ali Khan, the Pataudi Palace palace entered Sharmila Tagore. Today, the Pataudi Palace is known as the home of two generations of Bollywood stars which now include Soha and Saif Ali Khan. The suites have large colonial beds as was the vogue, many from ancestral homes of the Bengal talukdars of the 19th century, almirahs from the renowned cabinet-maker Lazarus, bulky armchairs and sofas facing fireplaces. The large carpets in pastel lines evoke the 1930s.