Seclusion: Amanbagh, a modern day version of a maharaja’s palace, is located in a serene environment, providing guests with a private and intimate Rajasthan haven.
Style: Rooms are decorated with unique hand-woven Indian silks, Udaipur marble bathtubs and pink limestone archways.
Cuisine: The Restaurant located on the ground floor serves Western and Indian food, made with local organic in-season produce.
The sumptuous Amanbagh hotel is located in the remote Alwar region of Rajasthan on one of the sites used long ago by the Maharajah of Alwar for his mobile tiger hunting camps. With 32 rooms and suites, Amanbagh, which translates as "peaceful garden" is designed as a contemporary interpretation of the great palaces built during India's golden age of architecture. The Restaurant serves a deluxe version of the region's home-style cooking as well as western specialties in a refined atmosphere including indoor and outdoor seating areas. Additionally, there is a courtyard for more casual dining near the pool area. The Bar and Lounge is an intimate place to relax and unwind during the afternoon and into the evening. An ongoing series of lectures on regional art and architecture, history, and philosophy is offered to guests in the hotel's library. Amanbagh has a comprehensive spa program specializing in Ayurvedic treatments as well as a devoted area for the practice and instruction of yoga.