Trade Professionals - Amanbagh

Trade Professionals

Amanbagh, India

With its ancient forts and tiger-inhabited wilds, Rajasthan is renowned for its beauty, nowhere more concentrated than in the Aravalli Hills in the garden oasis that is Amanbagh. Once the staging area for royal tiger hunts, today the rose-hued cupolas and vaulted entrances of the resort's Mughal-inspired structures soar from the greenery – utterly peaceful and consummately private.

Property information

Nearby airports:

JAI - Jaipur (2 hours by car)

Travel Information


GM: Harry Fernandes - [email protected] 

Regional DOS: Manish Sharma - [email protected]

Property positioning

Combining the Sanskrit-derived word for ‘peace’ with bagh, or ‘garden’, in Hindi, Amanbagh is a lush oasis of mature palm, fruit and eucalyptus trees.

  • Evoking the palatial elegance of the Mughal era, Amanbagh’s 22 Haveli Suites and 15 Pool Pavilions provide a tranquil base from which to explore the rich heritage of Rajasthan.

  • The property lies within a walled compound that was once the staging area for the Maharajah of Alwar’s royal hunts

  • Home to an Ayurveda-influenced Aman Spa, which offers multi-day, tailor-made Wellness Immersions

New & noteworthy

Discover the latest news and updates from Amanbagh.

  • Ayurshala Immersion: The Ayurshala Immersion offers a unique insight into Ayurvedic medicine, which can then be taken home and integrated as part of a daily wellness routine.

  • Amanbagh's Shanti Experience: Embracing the all-encompassing peace of Amanbagh with a three-night retreat discovering this garden estate and the elusive state of tranquillity it imbues.

  • Road to Rajasthan: The opening of India's newest expressway from New Delhi to Mumbai makes travel to Amanbagh effortless, reducing the journey time from the Capital to our peaceful garden home to under three hours. 

Sample Itineraries

Experience the untouched corners of rural Rajasthan with itineraries that combine time spent in Amanbagh’s palatial splendour with adventures in the great outdoors. For an all-encompassing journey through the region, visit both Amanbagh and the tented camp of Aman-i-Khás, where the opportunity to spot the majestic Bengal tiger awaits. 


From the 17th-century city of Bhangarh and Ajabgarh Fort, to the temple town of Neelkanth and the wilds of Sariska Tiger Reserve, the countryside surrounding Amanbagh reveals the ruins of an ancient empire embedded in a starkly beautiful landscape. 

Celebrations & events

Celebrations are rarely single day events in Indian culture, and the colour, light and life brought to every occasion is a joy to behold. 

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Contact us

For further information on Amanbagh or to make an enquiry, please contact our reservations team.