The name of Aman Bagh is derived from two Sanskrit words, "Aman" meaning Peace and "Bagh" meaning gardens. This heritage style hotel in Alwar completely justifies the name. The nearby locations around the hotel are ideal for wildlife and nature excursions. The Palace which is designed to pay homage the erstwhile rulers of the area, offers a comfy and luxurious accommodation to stay.
Amanbagh Resort is constructed in an area which in earlier times existed as the staging area of hunting activities for Royalty of Rajasthan. The architecture and the décor of the palatial building ooze authentic vibes of Moghul era. The rooms at Amanbagh offer a chance to explore the vast cultural heritage of the region. With domed cuolas and lush green courtyards, the design of the building is splendid and has been rightly awarded with several accolades.
The 40 rooms at Amanbagh are divided into four categories:
There is a large dining hall in the hotel where the guests are served amazingly cooked Rajasthani and Indian delicacies along with a few offerings from International cuisines. Guests can also order their food at the terrace and enjoy it amidst pleasant surroundings. Food can also be ordered by the pool side to have a relaxed dining experience.
Distance From Airport85 Kms
Distance From Station85 Kms
The city of Alwar is situated in Indian state of Rajasthan. It was established by the legendary Rajput warrior Pratap Singh in the year 1770. The city is famous for its large number of mil products, especially sweets like Kalakand which is popular among local and international tourists. Rakshabandhan is celebrated here with much pomp and joy by flying kites. The city has also earned distinction for its experimental Unani Medicinal Products and Ayurvedic treatments.