Amanbagh
Ajabgarh, Rajasthan
Amanbagh was previously the site of the Maharaja of Alwar’s hunting lodge and pleasure gardens. Today an exquisite rose-pink building occupies the lush surrounds.

Amanbagh’s 24 Suites and 16 Pool Pavilions exude the richness of the Mughal era that inspired them. The restaurant serves Indian and a choice of Western dishes. The bar offers a cosy place in which to relax and unwind. The roof terrace with sweeping views over the surrounding landscape and the large swimming pool centred within the resort's gardens are also ideal venues for dining and refreshments.

The spa provides a range of therapies, as well as more traditional treatments. The library has a variety of reference books on the history, arts, culture and wildlife of India, as well as a selection of novels, magazines, newspapers, audio CDs and board games.
Activities and Excursions :
• Visit the nearby 17th century Ajabgarh Fort and Temple
• Visit Baba Kapoor Shah Mosque
• Bhangarh, 15 km, is a national heritage site. It comprises an entire city of bazaars, palaces, gardens, temples and bathing pools that was deserted overnight by its inhabitants as the result of a curse
• Explore the countryside by camel cart, horseback, elephant, bicycle, jeep or Shikara boat
• There are many walking trails ranging from easy walks through rural villages to more challenging hikes into the hills.
• Day trips to Sariska National Park (about 45 minutes) and Jaipur (95 km / 2 hours)
How To Get There :
Delhi is the primary gateway to Amanbagh. The 230 km drive takes about 5 hours. Another gateway to Amanbagh is Jaipur which is 95 km (2 hours) away.

Visit to Amanbagh may be combined with Agra, Jaipur and Ranthambore regions which are within driving distance of Amanbagh.
Price :
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