Chandigarh, designed by the Swiss architect Le Corbusier, is India's first planned city and boasts sprawling parks, landscaped gardens, a lake, an excellent golf course and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city is dotted with Corbusier's signature "Open Hand" sculptures; highly emotive symbols of peace and reconciliation he built in response to the partition of India in 1947.
Against a backdrop of the 8,000 acres of Siswan Forest Range and the foothills of the Himalayas, The Oberoi Sukhvilas Spa Resort presents a landscape of beautiful gardens with fountains, reflection pools and traditional architecture. The perfect environs for you to switch off, relax and take some time out.
Listed as ‘One of the World’s Greatest Places’ by TIME Magazine in 2018, The Oberoi Sukhvilas has been carefully designed with your utmost comfort in mind. Be it a weekend retreat or a month long detox, our personalised Ayurvedic and wellness programmes are complemented by accommodation in spacious villas and luxury tents, fine seasonal cuisine, mindfulness activities in the surrounding forest and our sincere commitment to your wellbeing.
The Oberoi Sukhvilas Spa Resort, Pallanpur Village, New Chandigarh 140110, India
Chandigarh is a union territory and the capital city of the States of Haryana and Punjab. It is approximately 250 kilometres north of Delhi and 110 kilometres south of Shimla.
The Oberoi Sukhvilas is situated on the edge of the Siswan Forest Range, in truly tranquil environs that are still only thirty minutes from Chandigarh city centre and forty five minutes from Chandigarh airport.
For stays until 31st August, 2019.
Thoughtfully laid out to maximise space and privacy,
our accommodation offer forest views and interiors inspired by Mughal palace design.
International and Indian cuisine at our all day fine dining restaurant or traditional Punjabi cuisine at our speciality Indian restaurant.
Our multi cuisine all day dining space places a quiet emphasis on your health and wellbeing, with a specially curated wellness menu that includes Ayurvedic and sattvic dishes. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are prepared with seasonal produce from our onsite farm or local growers, wherever possible. Dishes are made using traditional and contemporary cooking techniques to retain the natural flavours and...
Meaning 'forest' in Sanskrit, Kaanan is our speciality Indian restaurant serving cuisine influenced by Punjab’s diverse heritage of historic empires. The restaurant occupies an elevated position overlooking a water body and offers indoor seating or al fresco dining complemented by forest fragrances. Kaanan is open for dinner from Wednesday to Monday and for lunch on Sunday. Dress code: We request...
Raunaq Bar is a wonderful setting to enjoy a single malt, a cocktail, a cup of fine tea or a single-origin coffee, accompanied by light snacks specially handcrafted for you. Relax in an armchair near the fireplace and take in the bar’s ambience; beside portraits of brave warriors and epic battles depicted in hand painted wall frescoes. Or take an al fresco seat and enjoy magnificent views of our Rajasthani...
A spa, a pool and a fitness centre. Holistic wellness at the foothills of the Himalayas.
The Oberoi Spa A tranquil, light-filled space, designed so that guests can enhance their wellbeing with Ayurvedic, Eastern and Western therapies.
Swimming Pool Our temperature controlled pool, situated on the edge of the forest, offers wooden sun loungers to soak up the sun on the poolside deck.
Fitness Centre Air conditioned and equipped with a wide range of cardiovascular and weights machines.
An early morning stroll around the forest or a moonlit walk around our gardens.
Precious time spent recharging your vital energies.
Step into a luxury chauffeur driven car and let us escort you from the doorstep of The Oberoi Sukhvilas Spa Resort to Chandigarh airport. Step aboard your private helicopter and take a breathtaking flight over the Garden City of India to unforgettable Amritsar, where your personal chauffeur and guide will take you on an insightful tour of the Golden Temple; a legendary site of Sikh pilgrimage that...
From rural paths that meander through fields and past villages, to challenging off road trails. Get your heart pumping and feel alive on the saddle of a multi geared mountain bike. Trails are suitable for all ages and levels of ability. All mountain biking experiences are accompanied by an expert guide, bike, helmets, knees and elbow guards.
A special four course menu of traditional Punjabi dishes, for two. Made all the more memorable when served by your private butler at a candlelit table in our speciality restaurant: Kaanan or Anant Mahal.
Set within 8,000 acres of protected natural forest, The Oberoi Sukhvilas is the perfect place to experience the calming, neurologically beneficial therapy of forest bathing or "taking in the forest atmosphere". Step inside the Siswan Forest, breathe deeply, allow yourself to switch off from the world and your whole system will tune in to nature’s vibrations. The medicine of being in the forest is said...
Getaway offers that allow you to truly get away.
Sprawling parks, beautiful gardens and Le Corbusier’s signature artworks abound in Chandigarh: The Garden City.
Not what it seems, The Rock Garden of Chandigarh is actually a 40 acre park filled with sculptures made from recycled items. Built in secret, the park remained undiscovered for 18 years, until 1975, by which time it had grown into a vast labyrinth of interlinked courtyards punctuated with sculptures of people and animals.
Sukhna Lake is flanged by Chandigarh Golf Course and the Rock Garden of Chandigarh. Walkers can stroll and children can rollerskate along the promenade, while anglers catch fish and painters set up their canvases. A variety of watersports and boating can be enjoyed on Sukhna Lake. It is also the venue for numerous cultural festivals throughout the year.
This garden was established in the 17th century by the Patiala Dynasty and typifies many elements of traditional Indian garden design, with terraced lawns and charming palaces; from "Shish Mahal", a palace of glass, to "Hawa Mahal", a palace of air, "Rang Mahal", a painted palace and "Jal Mahal", a palace of water. To entertain the nobles, there was and still remains an open air theatre and a zoo.
This unmissable 100 acre site was designed by Le Corbusier and features an emotive Open Hand Monument: a symbol of peace and reconciliation designed in response to the partition of India in 1947. Also to be found within the complex are the Palace of Assembly, the Secretariat, the High Court, Geometric Hill, the Tower of Shadows and a lake. Note: A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
For which we thank our guests and our people.