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Amanbagh

India

Nestled into the Aravalli Hills, this walled oasis echoes the region's Mughal architecture

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Amanbagh

Location

Foothills of the Aravalli Hills near Jaipur and in reach of Delhi and Agra airports

Travel Information

Jaipur airport - 90 mins drive (45 mins flight from Delhi)

Top Tips

The best time to travel is between October and March and don't miss a sunset elephant safari

5-Star X-Factors

Amanbagh is a lush oasis with its own organic garden, so salads are not only safe from contamination, but deliciously fresh. Visit the Maharaja of Alwar's tiger reserve.

Amanbagh

Achingly authentic and infinitely charming in its appeal, Amanbagh epitomises the 'other side' of India in rural Rajasthan. This Mughal-style oasis retreat rises dramatically against the backdrop of the Aravalli mountains and nearby ruins, temples and forts, with a panache that will impress even the most seasoned of explorers.

Amanbagh’s palatial suites, hewn from pink marble and sandstone are a tour de force in traditional glamour, with Mughal arches, high ceilings and private courtyards, set in an oasis of fruit trees. You’ll soon lose yourself in the regal setting whether you choose a Pool Pavilion, a Havelli Suite or a sumptuous Courtyard Havelli Suite.

Enjoy unique encounters from local village tours, a memorable camel trek to spotting tigers in the nearby  Sariska National park. Then unwind with a sublime ayurvedic massage at the sublime Aman Spa, or simply enjoy the sunset with a lakeside dinner. The finer things in life are all accounted for at Amanbagh.

The two-acre organic kitchen garden ensures the freshest of ingredients are available for the talented chefs, who will tempt you with traditional Indian gourmet delights and stunning salads. The grounds have plenty of picnic spots many with panoramic views.

Amanbagh combines perfectly with a stay at Aman-i-Khas in the Ranthambore National Park, or any of our other Rajasthan gems.

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