When the bustle and grime of city life becomes too much for you to bear, run away to the Alwar district of Rajasthan and book yourself into the Amanbagh luxury resort. The five-star resort is hidden away amidst nature – so far away, that you even have to get permission to drive around. And forget about Internet connectivity and cable – you won’t get any of that here.
The idea is that as you enter the premises, you leave behind all the stresses of your regular life. The property is certainly hard to get to, with no signs directing you to this luxury property. But as it turns out, Aman Resorts properties across the world have done away with signs in a bid to protect the scenic beauty in and around the area wherein they stand. It is significant that “Amanbagh” literally translates into “Peace garden”.
If you are seeking a peaceful vacation reserve one of the Pool Pavilions. The latter offers guests access to a private pool and garden, in addition to a living area, a bedroom and a bath with a spacious dressing area.
Amanbagh occupies a walled compound that used to be the hunting camp spot for the Maharaja of Alwar when he went in search of tigers. The 42-acre resort is home to an array of palm, eucalyptus and fruit trees. A kitchen garden provides the Amanbagh resort with dishes for its menu.
Moreover, this luxury resort is not just about relaxing massages. You could also chill out with some camel polo or a camel cart ride or even go horse riding. But none of this comes cheap. Charges for the Pool Pavilion are Rs. 45,000 per night.