Situated in a secluded Rajastan oasis and set in deep countryside some 2hrs away from Jaipur, Amanbagh is located in a beautifully restored Maharaja of Alwar’s palace, and is one of the most attractive and tranquil hotels in Rajastan. Around Amanbagh, there are several abandoned temples and castles set on hills, adding to the area's feeling of remoteness.
There are 16 Pool Pavilions and 24 Havelis (suites). Pool Pavilions are set around the perimeter of the resort, each with a private heated pool and a garden. The Havelis are set in two-story buildings located on either side of the main pool. They have their own private courtyard, garden, or balcony.
The Restaurant is positioned on the ground floor of the main building and has tables outside on a terrace which opens onto the pool courtyard of the hotel. The menu’s focus is fresh and seasonal Indian and International food.
The hotel can organize a range of interesting activities in the surrounding countryside including: visits to abandoned forts, temples, and villages, yoga and meditation by the lake, private dinners, and even a ‘Sunset Cow Dust Tour’.
A stay in Amanbagh can be combined with a stay at Aman-i-Khas, Aman’s luxury tented camp located close from the Ranthambore National Park
45 minute flight from Delhi (DEL) to Jaipur (JAI) followed by 2 hours by car (95km) to Amanbagh or 5hrs (230km) by car from New Delhi. Aman’s tented camp Aman-i-Khas is 3hrs 30 minutes away.
October until the end of April is the best time to visit. December and January can be cold at night with temperatures falling to 2°C however days remain warm and sunny. The monsoon season runs from May to September, when heavy rains predominate and temperatures that can rise above 35°C during the daytime.