Culture & History
Guests at Amanbagh can explore the rich heritage, evocative landscapes and unique customs of the region. Nearby is the 17th century township of Bangarh, abandoned soon after its completion and still displaying remnants of temples, bazaars and palaces. Accessible by camel, jeep or on foot, the fort and temple of Ajabargh overlooks Jai Sagar Lake - where boat trips can be enjoyed - and boasts a majestic marble façade. In the Aravalli Hills surrounding Amanbagh, the Meena tribe are known for their colourful clothes, jewellery and crafts.
A spiritual location, fine dining, opulent accommodation and one of India's best spas make Amanbagh ideal for a romantic escape. Set in the heart of cultural Rajasthan, it's often combined with romantic sightseeing itineraries - that take in the iconic Taj Mahal - as well as captivating wildlife-watching. Private dinners and secluded picnic spots are perfect for special occasions, while couples can enjoy relaxing massages or co-ordinated Ayurvedic wellness programmes. For extra privacy, honeymooners might want to stay in one of the Pool Pavilions, boasting their own private courtyards and pools.
Spa & Wellness
The enticing spa offers a complete wellness experience, with yoga, qi gong, meditation and reiki available. Pampering treatments utilise divine Aman Spa products, a key aspect in making their hotel spas across the world so renowned. Wellness immersion experiences are on offer for serious spa aficionados. These personalised programmes range in length from four to twenty-one nights, offering a privileged insight into the ancient teachings and health benefits of Ayurveda. The immersions are split into Ayur, Rejuvenate and Purify programmes and tailored to each individual guest.