Central 33m swimming pool surrounded by lush gardens
90 minutes’ drive from the international airport in Jaipur – India’s fabled ‘pink city’
An oasis lost in time
With its pink and blue cities, ancient forts and tiger-inhabited wilds, Rajasthan is renowned for its wild beauty – the very essence of which can be found in the rugged Aravalli Hills in the garden oasis that is Amanbagh. Once used by the Maharaja of Alwar as the staging area for royal tiger hunts, this ‘peaceful garden’ is a lush estate of palm, fruit and eucalyptus trees. Out of the greenery soar the rose-hued cupolas and vaulted entrances of Amanbagh’s Mughal-inspired structures – utterly peaceful and consummately private. Beyond lie the welcoming villages, cultural sites and incredible wildlife reserves of this ancient land.
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At the resort
From ancient wellness practices to abandoned ghost towns, discover all that Amanbagh has to offer
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Indulge in a holistic massage, scrub or facial, or invest in your health with a multi-day personalised Wellness Immersion. Drawing on Ayurveda, India’s 5,000-year-old system of preventative medicine, these personalised programmes also include daily yoga in the gardens or nearby temples.
The regal atmosphere of the high-ceilinged Restaurant is complementedby seasonal cuisine – both authentic Indian and Western – with organic ingredients sourced directly from Amanbagh’s thriving kitchen garden. Alfresco private dining can also be enjoyed in spectacular rural settings.
Explore the rural countryside, its picturesque villages and ancient ruins with Amanbagh’s knowledgeable local guides. Wandering deserted Bhanghar, a picnic amongst Neelkanth’s ancient temples, drinking chai with villagers and spotting big cats in Sariska Tiger Reserve are just a few of the possibilities.