Info : Aman-i-khas
Aman-i-khas is a spacious sweeping tented resort that spares no expense when it comes to sumptuous luxury. North of Jaipur and just a stone’s throw away from Ranthambore National Park and Tiger Reserve, this tented resort is open from October to May and treats its guests to impressive Moghul style “glamping” surrounded by brushwood forest teeming with wildlife. This is the place to come for tiger spotting in Moghul style canvas luxury.
The highlight here is the impressive campsite design: high canopies give the tents a very roomy feel. There are ten air-conditioned tents for guests, decorated and conceived in the Moghul style, each 108 measuring square metres with massive day beds and a central living area.
Sleeping, dressing, and bathing areas surround the central space, separated by sweeping cotton drapes. All in all, it feels spacious, elegant and uncluttered. Three separate tents are located nearby for dining, relaxing, and spa treatments. A beautiful step well designed pool completes the picture.
Chefs prepare fresh and delicious Indian and continental meals onsite using vegetables and herbs from the campsite’s own organic garden, and they go out of their way to fulfil your every desire. All in all, Aman-i-khas is a fairly magical place and there isn’t much to complain about. It’s a real high-end treat for tiger spotters travelling through Ranthambore.
Ultimate - There are very few hotels we would describe as 'ultimate'. Hotels in this category must have absolutely everything anyone could want and really be aiming for the stars. These hotels generally go well above and beyond and they would always be at the very top end of the market. These are for clients looking for that extra special place.
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